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  1. Activated mutant NRas(Q61K) drives aberrant melanocyte signaling, survival, and invasiveness via a Rac1-dependent mechanism

    Li, A., Ma, Y., Jin, M., Mason, S., Mort, R. L., Blyth, K., Larue, L., Sansom, O. J. & Machesky, L. M., 11/2012, In : Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 132, 11, p. 2610-2621 12 p.

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  2. Multiple responses to EGF receptor activation and their abrogation by a specific EGF receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitor

    Harper, M. E., Goddard, L., Glynne-Jones, E., Assender, J., Dutkowski, C. M., Barrow, D., Dewhurst, O. L., Wakeling, A. E. & Nicholson, R. I., 15/06/2002, In : The Prostate. 52, 1, p. 59-68 10 p.

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  3. Positive association between cytoskeletal changes, melanoma cell attachment and invasion in vitro

    Dewhurst, L. O., Rennie, I. G. & MacNeil, S., 08/1998, In : Melanoma Research. 8, 4, p. 303-311 9 p.

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  4. Tamoxifen, 17beta-oestradiol and the calmodulin antagonist J8 inhibit human melanoma cell invasion through fibronectin

    Dewhurst, L. O., Gee, J. W., Rennie, I. G. & MacNeil, S., 03/1997, In : British Journal of Cancer. 75, 6, p. 860-868 9 p.

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