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2017Inflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumors of the Female Genital Tract Are Under-recognized: A Low Threshold for ALK Immunohistochemistry Is RequiredAndrici, Juliana; Gard, Greg; Gill, Anthony; Hogg, Russell; Turchini, John; Chou, Angela; Clarkson, Adele; Friedlander, Michael; Kim, Yoomee; Maidens, Jayne; Mcilroy, K; Najdawi, Fedaa; Nevell, D; Pickett, Justine; Reagh, Jessica J H; Riley, Denise; Robertson, G; Sheen, Amy; Sioson, Loretta; Valmadre, Susan; Nepean Clinical School: Surgery; Nepean Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Northern Clinical School: Pathology; Westmead Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: PathologyInflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumors of the Female Genital Tract Are Under-recognized: A Low Threshold for ALK Immunohistochemistry Is Required, American Journal of Surgical Pathology, vol.41, 10, 2017,pp 1433-1442
2016An International Ki67 Reproducibility Study in Adrenal Cortical CarcinomaGill, Anthony; Turchini, John; Duregon, Eleonora; et al, Various; Giordano, Thomas J.; Lloyd, Ricardo V; Lu, Hao; Papathomas, Thomas; Papotti, Mauro; Pucci, Eugenio; Tischler, Arthur S; volante, Marco; Northern Clinical School: Pathology; Northern Clinical School: PathologyAn International Ki67 Reproducibility Study in Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma, The American Journal of Surgical Pathology, vol.40, 4, 2016,pp 569-576
2017Lessons learnt from implementation of a Lynch syndrome screening program for patients with gynaecological malignancyGard, Greg; Gill, Anthony; Hogg, Russell; Turchini, John; Ahadi, Mahsa S; Clarkson, Adele; Crook, Ashley; Dooley, Susan J.; Fellowes, Andrew; Field, M; Fox, Stephen B.; Ho, Musei; Maidens, Jayne; McEvoy, Christopher; Mcilroy, K; Najdawi, Fedaa; Nevell, D; Pickett, Justine; Scott, Rodney J; Sheen, Amy; Sioson, Loretta; Valmadre, Susan; Nepean Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Northern Clinical School: Pathology; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Northern Clinical School: PathologyLessons learnt from implementation of a Lynch syndrome screening program for patients with gynaecological malignancy, Pathology, vol.49, 5, 2017,pp 457-464
2016Loss of INI1 expression in colorectal carcinoma is associated with high tumor grade, poor survival, BRAFV600E mutation, and mismatch repair deficiencyAndrici, Juliana; Gill, Anthony; Toon, Christopher Chien; Turchini, John; Clarkson, Adele; Farzin, Mahtab; Sheen, Amy; Sioson, Loretta; Wang, Jennifer; Nepean Clinical School: Surgery; Northern Clinical School: Pathology; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: PathologyLoss of INI1 expression in colorectal carcinoma is associated with high tumor grade, poor survival, BRAFV600E mutation, and mismatch repair deficiency, Human Pathology, vol.55, N/A, 2016,pp 83-90
2017NRASQ61R mutation-specific immunohistochemistry also identifies the HRASQ61R mutation in medullary thyroid cancer and may have a role in triaging genetic testing for MEN2Andrici, Juliana; Bullock, Martyn; Clifton-Bligh, Roderick; Delbridge, Leigh; Field, Michael; Gill, Anthony; Learoyd, Diana; Lim, Grace; Robinson, Bruce; Sidhu, Stan; Sywak, Mark; Turchini, John; Aniss, Ahmad; Clarkson, Adele; Ng, Daniel; Oei, Paul; Reagh, Jessica J H; Sheen, Amy; Shepherd, Phillip; Sioson, Loretta; Watson, Nicole; Nepean Clinical School: Surgery; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Surgery; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Pathology; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Surgery; Northern Clinical School: PathologyNRASQ61R mutation-specific immunohistochemistry also identifies the HRASQ61R mutation in medullary thyroid cancer and may have a role in triaging genetic testing for MEN2, American Journal of Surgical Pathology, vol.41, 1, 2017,pp 75-81
2017NRASQ61R Mutation-specific Immunohistochemistry is Highly Specific for Either NRASQ61R or KRASQ61R Mutation in Colorectal CarcinomaAndrici, Juliana; Gill, Anthony; Toon, Christopher Chien; Turchini, John; Clarkson, Adele; Dixon-McIver, Amanda; Ng, Daniel; Oei, Paul; Shepherd, Phillip; Sioson, Loretta; Watson, Nicole; Nepean Clinical School: Surgery; Northern Clinical School: Pathology; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: PathologyNRASQ61R Mutation-specific Immunohistochemistry is Highly Specific for Either NRASQ61R or KRASQ61R Mutation in Colorectal Carcinoma, Applied Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Morphology, vol.25, 7, 2017,pp 475-480