Recent Submissions

  • C-ABL in human cancer: an investigation of its role in apoptosis inhibition, differentiation and angiogenesis 

    Russell, Jennifer M. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Medicine. Discipline of Histopathology & Morbid Anatomy, 2003)
    Research over the past number of decades has significantly advanced our understanding of the cell signalling effects that mediate a diverse array of cellular activities including cell proliferation, homeostasis and ...
  • Molecular Mechanisms of Advanced Prostate Cancer 

    BRADY, LAUREN MARIE (Trinity College Dublin. School of Medicine. Discipline of Histopathology, 2018)
    Globally, prostate cancer is the fourth most common cancer type. Five year survival rates for primary localised disease are high, however these figures decrease significantly with the onset of metastasis. Obesity and ...
  • The silencing of HPV16 Oncogenes using E6siRNAs 

    Soyingbe, Itunu Senami O. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Medicine. Discipline of Histopathology & Morbid Anatomy, 2014)
    Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer worldwide and remains a rising cause of cancer deaths amongst women worldwide, particularly in low to mid-income countries. High risk HPV is the main etiological factor in ...
  • Diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers in ovarian cancer 

    Langhe, Ream (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Medicine. Discipline of Histopathology & Morbid Anatomy, 2013)
    Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cancer in women and the most frequent cause of gynaecological malignancy-related mortality in women. The vast majority present in advanced stages and this is due to lack of a reliable ...
  • Molecular features of aggressive prostate carcinoma 

    Flynn, Louise (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Medicine. Discipline of Histopathology & Morbid Anatomy, 2015)
    Prostate cancer is the most common form of malignancy in the male urinary tract and accounts for more than 20% of all newly diagnosed male cancer cases. The vast majority of prostate tumours are clinically insignificant, ...

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