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Insight Biotechnology citations

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  1. Critchley, W., Stone, J., Liao, Q., Qin, G., Risnes, I., Trafford, A., Scott, H., Sjöberg, T., Steen, S. and Fildes, J., (2020). Non-Ischemic Heart Preservation Via Hypothermic Cardioplegic Perfusion Induces Immunodepletion Of Donor Hearts Resulting In Diminished Graft Infiltration Following Transplantation. Front. Immunol. pp 11:1621
  2. McFarlane, E., Mokgethi, T., Kaye, P., Hurdayal, R., Brombacher, F., Alexander, J. and Carter, K., (2019). IL-4 Mediated Resistance Of BALB/C Mice To Visceral Leishmaniasis Is Independent Of IL-4Rα Signaling Via T Cells. Front. Immunol. pp 10:1957.
  3. Hernandez-Martinez, J., Forrest, C., Darlington, L., Smith, R. and Stone, T., (2017). Quinolinic Acid Induces Neuritogenesis In SH-SY5Y Neuroblastoma Cells Independently Of NMDA Receptor Activation. Eur J Neurosci. pp700-711
  4. Saadoun, S., Waters, P., Leite, M., Bennett, J., Vincent, A. and Papadopoulos, M., (2013). Neuromyelitis Optica Igg Causes Placental Inflammation And Fetal Death. J Immunol. pp15:191 (6)
  5. Yang, H., Lundbäck, P., Ottosson, L., Erlandsson-Harris, H., Venereau, E., Bianchi, M., Al-Abed, Y., Andersson, U., Tracey, K. and Antoine, D. (2012). Erratum to: Redox Modification of Cysteine Residues Regulates the Cytokine Activity of High Mobility Group Box-1 (HMGB1). Molecular Medicine, 18(3), pp.545-545.
  6. Arlehamn, C., Pétrilli, V., Gross, O., Tschopp, J. and Evans, T. (2010). The Role of Potassium in Inflammasome Activation by Bacteria. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 285(14), pp.10508-10518.
  7. Toulza, F., Nosaka, K., Takiguchi, M., Pagliuca, T., Mitsuya, H., Tanaka, Y., Taylor, G. and Bangham, C. (2009). FoxP3+regulatory T cells are distinct from leukemia cells in HTLV-1-associated adult T-cell leukemia. International Journal of Cancer, 125(10), pp.2375-2382.
  8. Mackinnon, S., Thomson, K., Verfuerth, S., Peggs, K. and Lowdell, M. (2008). Adoptive cellular therapy for cytomegalovirus infection following allogeneic stem cell transplantation using virus-specific T cells. Blood Cells, Molecules, and Diseases, 40(1), pp.63-67.
  9. Toulza, F., Heaps, A., Tanaka, Y., Taylor, G. and Bangham, C. (2008). High frequency of CD4+FoxP3+ cells in HTLV-1 infection: inverse correlation with HTLV-1–specific CTL response. Blood, 111(10), pp.5047-5053.
  10. Knowlden, J., Jones, H., Barrow, D., Gee, J., Nicholson, R. and Hutcheson, I. (2007). Insulin receptor substrate-1 involvement in epidermal growth factor receptor and insulin-like growth factor receptor signalling: implication for Gefitinib (‘Iressa’) response and resistance. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 111(1), pp.79-91.
  11. Hutcheson, I., Knowlden, J., Hiscox, S., Barrow, D., Gee, J., Robertson, J., Ellis, I. and Nicholson, R. (2007). Heregulin β1 drives gefitinib-resistant growth and invasion in tamoxifen-resistant MCF-7 breast cancer cells. Breast Cancer Research, 9(4).
  12. Valentim, L., Laurence, K., Townsend, P., Carroll, C., Soond, S., Scarabelli, T., Knight, R., Latchman, D. and Stephanou, A. (2006). Urocortin inhibits Beclin1-mediated autophagic cell death in cardiac myocytes exposed to ischaemia/reperfusion injury. Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, 40(6), pp.846-852.
  13. Britton, D., Hutcheson, I., Knowlden, J., Barrow, D., Giles, M., McClelland, R., Gee, J. and Nicholson, R. (2005). Bidirectional cross talk between ERα and EGFR signalling pathways regulates tamoxifen-resistant growth. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 96(2), pp.131-146.
  14. Dovedi, S., Kirby, J., Atkins, H., Davies, B. and Kelly, J. (2005). Cyclooxygenase-2 inhibition: a potential mechanism for increasing the efficacy of bacillus calmette-guerin immunotherapy for bladder cancer. Journal of urology, 174(1), pp.332-337.
  15. Cadalbert, L., Sloss, C., Cameron, P. and Plevin, R. (2005). Conditional expression of MAP kinase phosphatase-2 protects against genotoxic stress-induced apoptosis by binding and selective dephosphorylation of nuclear activated c-jun N-terminal kinase. Cellular Signalling, 17(10), pp.1254-1264.
  16. Martin, T., Goyal, A., Watkins, G. and Jiang, W. (2005). Expression of the Transcription Factors Snail, Slug, and Twist and Their Clinical Significance in Human Breast Cancer. Annals of Surgical Oncology, 12(6), pp.488-496.
  17. Lean, J., Davies, J., Fuller, K., Jagger, C., Kirstein, B., Partington, G., Urry, Z. and Chambers, T. (2003). A crucial role for thiol antioxidants in estrogen-deficiency bone loss. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 112(6), pp.915-923.
  18. Milton, N. (2002). Anandamide and noladin ether prevent neurotoxicity of the human amyloid-β peptide. Neuroscience Letters, 332(2), pp.127-130.
  19. Benford, H., McGowan, N., Helfrich, M., Nuttall, M. and Rogers, M. (2001). Visualization of bisphosphonate-induced caspase-3 activity in apoptotic osteoclasts in vitro. Bone, 28(5), pp.465-473.
  20. Latchman, D. (2001). Urocortin Protects Against Ischemic Injury via a MAPK-dependent Pathway. Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine, 11(5), pp.167-169.
  21. Bord, S. (2001). Estrogen Receptors and Are Differentially Expressed in Developing Human Bone. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 86(5), pp.2309-2314.
  22. Riley, S., Webb, C., Leask, R., McCaig, F. and Howe, D. (2000). Involvement of matrix metalloproteinases 2 and 9, tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinases and apoptosis in tissue remodelling in the sheep placenta. Reproduction, pp.19-27.
  23. Gardner, J., Rothwell, N. and Luheshi, G. (1998). Leptin affects food intake via CRF-receptor-mediated pathways. Nature Neuroscience, 1(2), pp.103-103.
  24. Hiscox, S. and Jiang, W. (1997). Regulation of Endothelial CD44 Expression and Endothelium–Tumour Cell Interactions by Hepatocyte Growth Factor/Scatter Factor. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 233(1), pp.1-5.