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Dr Neil Cross
Teaching (Cellular Pathology, Cell Biology and Genetics). Research (Cancer-related stuff mainly). Cyclist and birdwatcher.
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Dr Neil Cross Apr 12
cc. Simultaneous detection of 73 proteins at single cell resolution in breast cancers using CyTOF.
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Dr Neil Cross Apr 12
Eif2a phosphorylation inhibitors inhibit chemo-induced ‘stemness’. cc.
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Dr Neil Cross Apr 11
Replying to @earthfast
Had a report of a Brimstone in Loxley valley today. Ears Storr’s bridge.
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James Wilsdon Apr 7
Deliver us from rankers
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Dr Neil Cross Apr 9
Replying to @Doctor_Hutch
The last time I saw him (he was our Uni Chancellor) he walked out in front of a van on a pedestrian crossing and nearly got himself killed. Completely oblivious to it and just carried on walking. If he’d seen it, he might also have thing about vans.
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Shef Uni Med PGR Apr 9
Fantastic PhD opportunity - Discovering and developing ways to inhibit the BubR1-PIDD interaction toenhance tumour cell death in response to radiation opportunity on
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Marciniak Lab Apr 8
Ubiquitin-activating enzyme inhibition induces an unfolded protein response and overcomes drug resistance in myeloma ⁦⁦
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Dr Neil Cross Apr 4
Replying to @dodoscientist
Yes, as teach the tissue translucency window on that module!
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Dr Neil Cross Apr 4
Replying to @DuckettSanders
I teach the tissue translucency window and how to exploit it for fluorescent tumour imaging in mice. Maybe I should grow my fluorescent tumours in frogs...
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Dr Neil Cross Apr 4
The frog with fluorescent bones. This will make it in to one of my lectures. Not sure which one, or why, or whether it will be relevant to the topic, but it will be there.
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Eric Topol Apr 3
The mystery and paradox when gene knockdowns are worse than knockouts, explained:
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Dr Neil Cross Apr 3
Not my collection, I’m just an occasional contributor to the work of . However I certainly approve of this one.
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nature Apr 1
The immune cell microenvironment exerts strong evolutionary selection pressures that shape the immune-evasion capacity of tumours, according to a paper published in Nature. The findings were based observations of non-small-cell lung cancers.
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Dr Neil Cross Mar 25
Replying to @HanbyAndrew
The academics’ paradox. November: This years students are so much worse than last year. June: firsts and 2:1 are up this year!
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Dr Neil Cross Mar 25
Just wondering what % of 1st class degrees and 2:1 I *should* be awarding.
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Dr Neil Cross Mar 21
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Dr Neil Cross Mar 19
Direct targeting of oncogenic GNAq/Gna11 in Uveal melanoma. Exiting times...
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Jon Humphries Mar 15
Tissue-specificity in cancer: The rule, not the exception
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Dr Neil Cross Mar 14
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Dr Neil Cross Mar 5
This is going in my next lecture on HOX gene clusters
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