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Carrey, EA; Simmonds, HA; (2005) Nucleic Acids: Physiology, Dietary Sources and Toxicology. In: Caballero, B and Prentice, A and Allen, L, (eds.) Encyclopaedia of Human Nutrition. (pp. 260-269). Elsevier Ltd.

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Davidson, SM; Townsend, PA; Carroll, C; Yurek-George, A; Balasubramanyam, K; Kundu, TK; Stephanou, A; ... Latchman, DS; + view all (2005) The transcriptional coactivator p300 plays a critical role in the hypertrophic and protective pathways induced by phenylephrine in cardiac cells but is specific to the hypertrophic effect of urocortin. Chembiochem. , 6 (1) pp. 162-170.

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Fauchon, MAC; Pell, TJ; Baxter, GF; Yellon, DM; Latchman, DS; Hubank, MF; Mayne, LV; (2005) Representational difference analysis of cDNA identifies novel genes expressed following preconditioning of the heart. EXP MOL MED , 37 (4) 311 - 322. Gold open access

Fraser, SP; Diss, JKJ; Chioni, AM; Mycielska, ME; Pan, HY; Yamaci, RF; Pani, F; ... Djamgoz, MBA; + view all (2005) Voltage-gated sodium channel expression and potentiation of human breast cancer metastasis. Clinical Cancer Research , 11 (15) pp. 5381-5389.

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Giles, I; Lambrianides, N; Ioannou, Y; Latchman, D; Chen, P; Chukwuocha, R; Isenberg, D; (2005) Arginine residues are critical in the binding of human monoclonal antiphospholipid antibodies to beta 2glycoprotein I. In: RHEUMATOLOGY. (pp. I142 - I142). OXFORD UNIV PRESS

Giles, I; Pattni, N; Lambrianides, N; Chuckwuocha, R; Chen, P; Latchman, D; Isenberg, D; (2005) Arginine residues are important in determining the ability of human monoclonal antiphospholipid antibodies to bind prothrombin and phosphatidylserine but not phosphatidycholine. In: ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM. (pp. S597 - S597). WILEY-LISS

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Ioannou, Y; Giles, I; Lambrianides, N; Latchman, DS; Isenberg, DA; Rahman, A; (2005) A novel, efficient, expression system of domain I of human beta2 glycoprotein I in E-coli. RHEUMATOLOGY , 44 I141 - I142.

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Latchman, DS; (2005) HSP27 and cell survival in neurones. International Journal of Hyperthermia , 21 (5) pp. 393-402.

Latchman, DS; (2005) HSV-based vectors for the treatment of cancer and neurodegenerative disease. Current Opinion in Molecular Therapeutics , 7 (5) pp. 415-418.

Latchman, DS; (2005) Herpes simplex virus-based vectors for the treatment of cancer and neurodegenerative disease. Current Opinion in Molecular Therapeutics , 7 (5) pp. 415-418.

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Patel, YJK; Payne Smith, MD; de Belleroche, J; Latchman, DS; (2005) Hsp27 and Hsp70 administered in combination have a potent protective effect against FALS-associated SOD1-mutant-induced cell death in mammalian neuronal cells. Brain Res Mol Brain Res , 134 (2) pp. 256-274. 10.1016/j.molbrainres.2004.10.028.

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Ripley, BJM; Rahman, AA; Isenberg, DA; Latchman, DS; (2005) Elevated expression of the Brn-3a and Brn-3b transcription factors in systemic lupus erythematosus correlates with antibodies to Brn-3 and overexpression of Hsp90. ARTHRITIS RHEUM , 52 (4) 1171 - 1179. 10.1002/art.21000.

Ripley, BJM; Rahman, MA; Isenberg, DA; Latchman, DS; (2005) Elevated expression of the Brn-3a and Brn-3b transcription factors in systemic lupus erythematosus correlates with antibodies to Brn-3 and overexpression of Hsp90. Arthritis and Rheumatism , 52 (4) pp. 1171-1179. 10.1002/art.21000.

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Townsend, P; Packham, G; Barry, S; Chen-Scarabelli, C; Raddino, R; Knight, R; Latchman, D; (2005) Cytoplasmic/nuclear relocation of myocyte BAG-1 provides endogenous cardioprotection in the intact rat heart exposed to ischemia/reperfusion injury. CIRCULATION , 112 (17) U1195 - U1195.

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