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2009Atypical Spitzoid Melanocytic Tumors With Positive Sentinel Lymph Nodes in Children and Teenagers, and Comparison With Histologically Unambiguous and Lethal Melanomas.McCarthy, Stanley; Murali, Rajmohan; Scolyer, Richard; Shaw, Helen; Thompson, John; Brady, Mary; Busam, Klaus; Coit, Daniel G.; Dusza, Stephen; Kayton, Marc; LaQuaglia, Michael; Pulitzer, Melissa; Wilmott, James; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Sydney Melanoma Unit; Central Clinical School: SurgeryAtypical Spitzoid Melanocytic Tumors With Positive Sentinel Lymph Nodes in Children and Teenagers, and Comparison With Histologically Unambiguous and Lethal Melanomas., American Journal of Surgical Pathology, vol.33, 9,pp 1386-1395
2011Clinical and Pathological Features of Metastases of Primary Cutaneous Desmoplastic MelanomaMcCarthy, Stanley; Murali, Rajmohan; Scolyer, Richard; Thompson, John; Zannino, Diana; Synnott, Maria; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Surgery; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials CentreClinical and Pathological Features of Metastases of Primary Cutaneous Desmoplastic Melanoma, Histopathology, vol.58, 6, 2011,pp 886-895
2009Diagnosis of cutaneous melanocytic tumours by four-colour fluorescence in situ hybridisationMann, Graham; McCarthy, Stanley; Murali, Rajmohan; Scolyer, Richard; Morey, Adrienne; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: PathologyDiagnosis of cutaneous melanocytic tumours by four-colour fluorescence in situ hybridisation, Pathology, vol.41,(4),2009,pp 383-387
2009Expression of glucose-regulated stress protein GRP78 is related to progression of melanomaLee, Cheok; McCarthy, Stanley; Scolyer, Richard; Thompson, John; Cooper, Wendy A.; Hersey, Peter; Zhang, Xu Dong; Zhuang, L.; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: SurgeryExpression of glucose-regulated stress protein GRP78 is related to progression of melanoma, Histopathology, vol.54, 4,pp 462-470
2004Failure To Remove True Sentinel Nodes Can Cause Failure Of The Sentinel Node Biopsy Technique: Evidence From Antimony Concentrations In False-Negative Sentinel Nodes From Melanoma Patients.Ka, Vivian; McCarthy, Stanley; Scolyer, Richard; Shaw, Helen; Stretch, Jonathan; Thompson, John; Uren, Roger; Beavis, Alison; Dawson, Michael; Doble, Phillip; Li, Ling-Xi L.; McKinnon, J. Gregory; Soper, Robyne; Medicine; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Sydney Melanoma Unit; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: MedicineFailure To Remove True Sentinel Nodes Can Cause Failure Of The Sentinel Node Biopsy Technique: Evidence From Antimony Concentrations In False-Negative Sentinel Nodes From Melanoma Patients., Annals Of Surgical Oncology, vol.11,(Supplement 3),2004,pp 174S-178S
2010Genetic and morphologic features for melanoma classificationMcCarthy, Stanley; Scolyer, Richard; Barnhill, Raymond; Bauer, Jurgen; Boris, Bastian; Broekaert, Sigrid; Busam, Klaus; Cochran, Alistair; Cook, Martin; Elder, David E; Garbe, Claus; Mihm, Martin; Okamoto, Ichiro; Roy, Ritu; Schadendorf, Dirk; Spatz, Alan; van den Oord, Joost; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: PathologyGenetic and morphologic features for melanoma classification, Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research, vol.23, 6,pp 763-770
2010Histologically Ambiguous (‘‘Borderline’’) Primary Cutaneous Melanocytic Tumors - Approaches to Patient Management Including the Roles of Molecular Testing and Sentinel Lymph Node BiopsyMcCarthy, Stanley; Murali, Rajmohan; Scolyer, Richard; Thompson, John; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: SurgeryHistologically Ambiguous (‘‘Borderline’’) Primary Cutaneous Melanocytic Tumors - Approaches to Patient Management Including the Roles of Molecular Testing and Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy, Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, vol.134, 12,pp 1770-1777
2007IGF binding protein-3 regulates hematopoietic stem cell and endothelial precursor cell function during vascular developmentBaxter, Louise; Chan-Ling, Tailoi; McFarland, E; Sullivan, Sean; Afzal, Aqeela; Caballero, Sergio; Calzi, Sergio; Chang, Kyung-Hee; Grant, Maria; Pan, Hao; Sengupta, Nilanjana; Shaw, Lynn; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyIGF binding protein-3 regulates hematopoietic stem cell and endothelial precursor cell function during vascular development, National Academy of Sciences. Proceedings, vol.104,(25),2007,pp 10595-10600
2004Immunohistochemical Stains Fail To Increase The Detection Rate Of Micrometastatic Melanoma In Completion Regional Lymph Node Dissection Specimens.McCarthy, Stanley; Scolyer, Richard; Sharma, Raghwa; Shaw, Helen; Stretch, Jonathan; Thompson, John; Li, Ling-Xi L.; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Medicine; Central Clinical School: Sydney Melanoma Unit; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: SurgeryImmunohistochemical Stains Fail To Increase The Detection Rate Of Micrometastatic Melanoma In Completion Regional Lymph Node Dissection Specimens., Melanoma research, vol.14,(4),2004,pp 263-268
2007The importance of mitotic rate as a prognostic factor for localized primary cutaneous melanomaMcCarthy, Stanley; Scolyer, Richard; Shaw, Helen; Thompson, John; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Sydney Melanoma Unit; Central Clinical School: SurgeryThe importance of mitotic rate as a prognostic factor for localized primary cutaneous melanoma, Journal Of Cutaneous Pathology, vol.33,(5),2007,pp 395-396
2010Lactate dehydrogenase 5 expression in melanoma increases with disease progression and is associated with expression of Bcl-XL and Mcl-1, but not Bcl-2 proteinsMcCarthy, Stanley; Murali, Rajmohan; Scolyer, Richard; Thompson, John; Hersey, Peter; Zhang, Xu Dong; Zhuang, L.; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: SurgeryLactate dehydrogenase 5 expression in melanoma increases with disease progression and is associated with expression of Bcl-XL and Mcl-1, but not Bcl-2 proteins, Modern pathology, vol.23, 1,pp 45-53
2007Mcl-1, Bcl-XL and Stat3 expression are associated with progression of melanoma whereas Bcl-2, AP-2 and MITF levels decrease during progression of melanomaLee, Cheok; McCarthy, Stanley; Scolyer, Richard; Thompson, John; Zhuang, Liqing; Hersey, Peter; Zhang, Xu Dong; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Dermatology Research Foundat.Mcl-1, Bcl-XL and Stat3 expression are associated with progression of melanoma whereas Bcl-2, AP-2 and MITF levels decrease during progression of melanoma, Modern pathology, vol.20,(4),2007,pp 416-426
2004Micromorphometric Features Of Positive Sentinel Lymph Nodes Predict Involvement Of Nonsentinel Nodes In Patients With MelanomaMcCarthy, Stanley; Scolyer, Richard; Sharma, Raghwa; Shaw, Helen; Stretch, Jonathan; Thompson, John; Li, Ling-Xi L.; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Medicine; Central Clinical School: Sydney Melanoma Unit; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: SurgeryMicromorphometric Features Of Positive Sentinel Lymph Nodes Predict Involvement Of Nonsentinel Nodes In Patients With Melanoma, American Journal of Clinical Pathology, vol.122,(4),2004,pp 532-539
2006Myopericytoma: a unifying term for a spectrum of tumours that show overlapping features with myofibroma. A review of 14 cases.McCarthy, Stanley; Palmer, Allan; Scolyer, Richard; Bonar, S. Fiona; Dray, M. S.; Marjoniemi, V.; Millar, E.; Stalley, Paul; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Medicine; Central Clinical School: PathologyMyopericytoma: a unifying term for a spectrum of tumours that show overlapping features with myofibroma. A review of 14 cases., Journal of Clinical Pathology 2005, vol.59,(1),2006,pp 67-73
2011Ollier disease and Maffucci syndrome are caused by somatic mosaic mutations of IDH1 and IDH2.McCarthy, Stanley; Amary, M Fernanda; Berisha, Fitim; Bonar, Fiona; Damato, Stephen; Eskandarpour, Malihe; et al, various; Fantin, Valeria; Halai, Dina; Lobo, Samira; Straley, Kimberly; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAHOllier disease and Maffucci syndrome are caused by somatic mosaic mutations of IDH1 and IDH2., Nature Genetics, vol.43, 12, 2011,pp 1262-1266
2008Pathologic examination of sentinel lymph nodes from melanoma patientsMcCarthy, Stanley; Murali, Rajmohan; Scolyer, Richard; Thompson, John; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: SurgeryPathologic examination of sentinel lymph nodes from melanoma patients, Seminars in Diagnostic Pathology, vol.25,(2),2008,pp 100-111
2010Pitfalls and Important Issues in the Pathologic Diagnosis of Melanocytic TumorsMcCarthy, Stanley; Scolyer, Richard; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: PathologyPitfalls and Important Issues in the Pathologic Diagnosis of Melanocytic Tumors, The Ochsner Journal, vol.10, N/A,pp 66-74
2010Prognostic Factors in Cutaneous Desmoplastic Melanoma: A Study of 252 PatientsMcCarthy, Stanley; Murali, Rajmohan; Scolyer, Richard; Shaw, Helen; Stretch, Jonathan; Thompson, John; Quinn, Michael J.; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Sydney Melanoma Unit; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: SurgeryPrognostic Factors in Cutaneous Desmoplastic Melanoma: A Study of 252 Patients, Cancer, vol.116, 17,pp 4130-4138
2006Progression in melanoma is associated with decreased expression of death receptors for tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand.Hersey, Peter; Lee, Cheok; McCarthy, Stanley; Scolyer, Richard; Thompson, John; Zhuang, Liqing; Screaton, Gavin; Zhang, Xu Dong; Medicine Faculty Office; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Dermatology Research Foundat.Progression in melanoma is associated with decreased expression of death receptors for tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand., Human Pathology, vol.37,(10),2006,pp 1286-1294
2006The role of cell cycle regulatory proteins in the pathogenesis of melanoma.Karim, Rooshdiya; Li, Wei; McCarthy, Stanley; Sanki, Amira; Scolyer, Richard; Soon, Lee; Thompson, John; Zhuang, Liqing; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Medicine; Central Clinical School: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Dermatology Research Foundat.The role of cell cycle regulatory proteins in the pathogenesis of melanoma., Pathology, vol.38,(4),2006,pp 287-301