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2000No evidence for association of 5-HT2A receptor polymorphism with suicideCrawford, J.; Sutherland, G.; Goldney, R.
2007Fragile sites on human chromosomesSutherland, G.
2008Deletion of Glu155 causes a deficiency of glutathione transferase Omega 1-1 but does not alter sensitivity to arsenic trioxide and other cytotoxic drugsSchmuck, E.; Cappello, J.; Coggan, M.; Brew, J.; Cavanaugh, J.; Blackburn, A.; Baker, R.; Eyre, H.; Sutherland, G.; Board, P.
2008The history and development of the human genetics society of AustralasiaSutherland, G.
2000Molecular cloning and characterisation of GPR74 a novel G-protein coupled receptor closest related to the Y-receptor familyParker, R.; Copeland, N.; Eyre, H.; Liu, M.; Gilbert, D.; Crawford, J.; Couzens, M.; Sutherland, G.; Jenkins, N.; Herzog, H.
2000Fca/m receptor mediates endocytosis of IgM-coated microbesShibuya, A.; Sakamoto, N.; Shimizu, Y.; Shibuya, K.; Osawa, M.; Hiroyama, T.; Eyre, H.; Sutherland, G.; Endo, Y.; Fujita, T.; Miyabayashi, T.; Sakana, S.; Tsuji, T.; Nakayama, E.; Phillips, J.; Lanier, L.; Nakauchi, H.
2004HLS5, a novel RBCC (ring finger, B box, coiled-coil) family member isolated from a hemopoietic lineage switch, is a candidate tumor suppressorLalonde, J.; Lim, R.; Ingley, E.; Tilbrook, P.; Thompson, M.; McCulloch, R.; Beaumont, J.; Wicking, C.; Eyre, H.; Sutherland, G.; Howe, K.; Solomon, E.; Williams, J.; Klinken, S.
2001Identification of a novel human tankyrase through its interaction with the adaptor protein Grb14Lyons, R.; Deane, R.; Lynch, D.; Ye, Z.; Sanderson, G.; Eyre, H.; Sutherland, G.; Daly, R.
2000Cloning of the cDNA and localization of the gene encoding human NRPB, a ubiquitously expressed, multidomain putative adapter proteinHooper, J.; Baker, E.; Ogbourne, S.; Sutherland, G.; Antalis, T.
2001TTYH2, a human homologue of the Drosophila melanogaster gene tweety, is located on 17q24 and upregulated in renal cell carcinomaRae, F.; Hooper, J.; Eyre, H.; Sutherland, G.; Nicol, D.; Clements, J.