Items where Kingston Author is "Mackintosh, David"
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Ioannou, Nikolaos, Seddon, Alan M., Dalgleish, Angus, Mackintosh, David and Modjtahedi, Helmout (2013) Treatment with a combination of the ErbB (HER) family blocker afatinib and the IGF-IR inhibitor, NVP-AEW541 induces synergistic growth inhibition of human pancreatic cancer cells. BMC Cancer, 13(41), ISSN (print) 1471-2407
Ioannou, N., Seddon, A.M., Dalgleish, A., Mackintosh, D. and Modjtahedi, H. (2012) Expression pattern and targeting of HER family members and IGF-IR in pancreatic cancer. Frontiers in Bioscience, 17(1), pp. 2698-2724. ISSN (print) 1093-9946
Ioannou, N, Dalgleish, A G, Seddon, A M, Mackintosh, D, Guertler, U, Solca, F and Modjtahedi, H (2011) Anti-tumour activity of afatinib, an irreversible ErbB family blocker, in human pancreatic tumour cells. British Journal of Cancer, 105(10), pp. 1554-1562. ISSN (print) 0007-0920
Walker, Anthony J, Lacchini, Audrey H, Sealey, Katie L, Mackintosh, David and Davies, Angela J (2010) Spreading by snail (Lymnaea stagnalis) defence cells is regulated through integrated PKC, FAK and Src signalling. Cell and Tissue Research, 341(1), pp. 131-145. ISSN (print) 0302-766X
Patel, Hiren, Mackintosh, David, Ayling, Roger D., Nicholas, Robin A. J. and Fielder, Mark D. (2008) A novel medium devoid of ruminant peptone for high yield growth of Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae. Veterinary Microbiology, 127(3-4), pp. 309-314. ISSN (print) 0378-1135
Lacchini, Audrey H., Davies, Angela J., Mackintosh, David and Walker, Anthony J. (2006) [Beta]-1, 3-glucan modulates PKC signalling in Lymnaea stagnalis defence cells: a role for PKC in H[sub]2O[sub]2 production and downstream ERK activation. The Journal of Experimental Biology (JEB), 209(24), pp. 4829-4840. ISSN (print) 0022-0949
Mackintosh, David, Coleman, Kim and Davies, Angela J. (2003) Mitogenic activity of insulin in the culture of a trypanosome: duration and dose response. Cell Biology International, 27(1), pp. 75-78. ISSN (print) 1065-6995