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2005ErbB receptors mediate both migratory and proliferative activities in human melanocytes and melanoma cells.Mason, Rebecca; Gordon-Thomson, Clare; Jones, Jackson; Moore, G. Philip M.; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyErbB receptors mediate both migratory and proliferative activities in human melanocytes and melanoma cells., Melanoma research, vol.15,(1),2005,pp 21-28
2009A novel model of wound healing in the SCID mouse using a cultured human skin substituteGordon-Thomson, Clare; Eisenberg, Mark; Moore, G. Philip M.; Windsor, Martin; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyA novel model of wound healing in the SCID mouse using a cultured human skin substitute, Australasian Journal of Dermatology, vol.50, 1,pp 29-35
2003Parathyroid hormone-related peptide modules signal pathways in skin and hair follicle cellsGordon-Thomson, Clare; Thomson, Murray; Bond, J; McCarroll, J.; Moore, G. Philip M.; Williams, Elizabeth D.; Medicine Faculty Office; Biological SciencesParathyroid hormone-related peptide modules signal pathways in skin and hair follicle cells, Experimental Dermatology, vol.12,(4),2003,pp 389-395
2002Tyr-TGF alpha transgenic mice develop ocular melanocytic lesionsMason, Rebecca; Cree, I A; Gordon-Thomson, Clare; Moore, G. Philip M.; Sutton, Richard; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyTyr-TGF alpha transgenic mice develop ocular melanocytic lesions, Melanoma research, vol.12,(N/A),2002,pp 435-439