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2003-12-15Frequent Loss of Heterozygosity Targeting the Inactive X Chromosome in MelanomaIndsto, JO; Nassif, NT; Kefford, RF; Mann, GJ
2019-01-01Ex vivo expansion of murine MSC impairs transcription factor-induced differentiation into pancreatic β-cellsGerace, D; Martiniello-Wilks, R; Habib, R; Ren, B; Nassif, NT; O'Brien, BA; Simpson, AM
2009-01-01Partial forensic validation of a 16plex SNP assay for the inference of biogeographical ancestryDaniel, R; Sanchez, JJ; Nassif, NT; Hernandez, A; Walsh, SJ
2004-01-15PTEN mutations are common in sporadic microsatellite stable colorectal cancerNassif, NT; Lobo, GP; Wu, X; Henderson, CJA; Morrison, CD; Eng, C; Jalaludin, B; Segelov, E
2015-11-01GENE THERAPY FOR DIABETES: REVERSAL OF DIABETES IN THE HUMANISED FRG MOUSE MODEL.Simpson, A; Ren, B; O'Brien, BA; Alexander, IE; Nassif, NT; Tan, Y; Martiniello-Wilks, R
2015-08-01MELLIGEN CELSS: AN INSULIN-SECRETING HUMAN LIVER CELL LINE WHICH IS RESISTANT TO CYTOKINE-INDUCED IMMUNE ATTACKLawandi, J; Tao, C; Ren, B; Williams, P; Ling, D; Swan, MA; Nassif, NT; Torpy, FR; O'Brien, BA; Simpson, AM
2015-11-01Gene therapy for diabetes: reversal of diabetes in the humanised FRG mouse modelSimpson, A; Ren, B; O'Brien, BA; Alexander, IE; Nassif, NT; Tan, Y; Martiniello-Wilks, R
2009-07-24Germline and somatic cancer-associated mutations in the ATP-binding motifs of PTEN influence its subcellular localization and tumor suppressive functionLobo, GP; Waite, KA; Planchon, SM; Romigh, T; Nassif, NT; Eng, C
2013-01-01Long-term reversal of diabetes in non-obese diabetic mice by liver-directed gene therapyRen, B; O'Brien, BA; Byrne, MR; Ch'ng, E; Gatt, PN; Swan, MA; Nassif, NT; Wei, MQ; Gijsbers, R; Debyser, Z; Simpson, AM
2018-07-17Heart Rate Variability as a Biomarker for Predicting Stroke, Post-stroke Complications and FunctionalityLees, T; Shad-Kaneez, F; Simpson, AM; Nassif, NT; Lin, Y; Lal, S
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