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    • Circulating Serum Exosomal miRNAs As Potential Biomarkers for Esophageal Adenocarcinoma 

      Chiam, Karen; Wang, Tingting; Watson, David Ian; Mayne, George C; Irivine, Tanya; Bright, Tim Flaxman; Smith, Lorelle; White, Imogen A; Bowen, Joanne M; Keefe, Dorothy M K; Thompson, Sarah K; Jones, Michael E; Hussey, Damian James (Springer, 2015-05-06)
      Abstract Background The poor prognosis and rising incidence of esophageal adenocarcinoma highlight the need for improved detection methods. The potential for circulating microRNAs (miRNAs) as biomarkers in other cancers ...
    • A fixed-point algorithm for estimating amplification efficiency from a polymerase chain reaction dilution series 

      Jones, Michael Emlyn; Mayne, George C; Wang, Tingting; Watson, David Ian; Hussey, Damian James (BioMed Central, 2014-12)
      Background The polymerase chain reaction amplifies and quantifies small amounts of DNA. It is a cyclic process, during each cycle of which each strand of template DNA is copied with probability approaching one: the amount ...
    • MicroRNA signatures in chemotherapy resistant esophageal cancer cell lines 

      Hummel, Richard; Sie, Corina; Watson, David Ian; Wang, Tingting; Ansar, Alfiya; Hussey, Damian James; Michael, Michael Zenon; van der Hoek, Mark; Haier, Jorg (Baishideng Publishing Group Inc, 2014-10)
      AIM: To investigate expression of microRNA (miRNA) and potential targets in chemotherapy resistant esophageal cancer cell lines. METHODS: An in-vitro model of acquired chemotherapy resistance in esophageal adeno- (EAC) ...
    • Simplified Algorithms for Determining Cycle Shift between qPCR Fluorescence Curves 

      Jones, Michael Emlyn; Mayne, George C; Wang, Tingting; Watson, David Ian; Hussey, Damian James (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2015)
      The polymerase chain reaction is a central component of current molecular biology. It is a cyclic process, in each early cycle of which the template DNA approximately doubles. An indicator which fluoresces when bound to ...