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2013Activated Protein C Inhibits Proliferation and Tumour Necrosis Factor alpha-stimulated Activation of p38, c-Jun NH2-Terminal Kinase (JNK) and Akt in Rheumatoid Synovial FibroblastsJackson, Christopher; Julovi, Sohel; March, Lyn; McKelvey, Kelly; Minhas, Nikita; Shen, Kaitlin; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteActivated Protein C Inhibits Proliferation and Tumour Necrosis Factor alpha-stimulated Activation of p38, c-Jun NH2-Terminal Kinase (JNK) and Akt in Rheumatoid Synovial Fibroblasts, Molecular Medicine, vol.19, N/A, 2013,pp 324-331
2010Activated protein C utilizes the angiopoietin/Tie2 axis to promote endothelial barrier function.Jackson, Christopher; Minhas, Nikita; Xue, Meilang; Fukudome, Kenji; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: MedicineActivated protein C utilizes the angiopoietin/Tie2 axis to promote endothelial barrier function., The F A S E B Journal, vol.24, 3,pp 873-881
2014Endogenous MMP-9 and not MMP-2 promotes rheumatoid synovial fibroblast survival, inflammation and cartilage degradationJackson, Christopher; March, Lyn; McKelvey, Kelly; Minhas, Nikita; Shen, Kaitlin; Xue, Meilang; Park, Sang-Youel; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: MedicineEndogenous MMP-9 and not MMP-2 promotes rheumatoid synovial fibroblast survival, inflammation and cartilage degradation, Rheumatology, vol.53, 12, 2014,pp 2270-2279
2010Endogenous protein C is essential for the functional integrity of human endothelial cells.Chow, Shu-Oi; Dervish, Suat; Jackson, Christopher; March, Lyn; Minhas, Nikita; Sambrook, Philip; Xue, Meilang; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineEndogenous protein C is essential for the functional integrity of human endothelial cells., Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, vol.67, 9,pp 1537-1546