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2017Irinotecan-induced mucositis: the interactions and potential role of GLP-2 analoguesMayo, B.; Stringer, A.; Bowen, J.; Bateman, E.; Keefe, D.
2013Investigation of effect of nutritional drink on chemotherapy-induced mucosal injury and tumor growth in an established animal modelBateman, E.; Bowen, J.; Stringer, A.; Mayo, B.; Plews, E.; Wignall, A.; Greenberg, N.; Schiffrin, E.; Keefe, D.
2017Irinotecan-induced toxicity pharmacogenetics: an umbrella review of systematic reviews and meta-analysesCampbell, J.; Stephenson, M.; Bateman, E.; Peters, M.; Keefe, D.; Bowen, J.
2011The effect of ErbB inhibition on chemotherapy-induced intestinal damageMayo, B.; Bowen, J.; Stringer, A.; Bateman, E.; Plews, E.; Darby, J.; Boyle, F.; Keefe, D.; International MASCC/ISOO Symposium (2011 : Athens, Greece)
2014Apoptosis, proliferation and inflammation are improved after treatment with the new selective glp-2 receptor agonist, elsiglutide, in a rat model of irinotecan-induced mucositisMayo, B.; Stringer, A.; Bateman, E.; Bowen, J.; Wignall, A.; Wozniak, B.; White, I.; Pietra, C.; Cantoreggi, S.; Keefe, D.; COSA's 41st Annual Scientific Meeting. Joining Forces - Accelerating Progress (02 Dec 2014 - 04 Dec 2014 : Melbourne, Vic.)
2018Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), transforming growth factor beta (TGFβ), angiostatin, and endostatin are increased in radiotherapy-induced gastrointestinal toxicityStansborough, R.; Bateman, E.; Al-Dasooqi, N.; Bowen, J.; Wignall, A.; Keefe, D.; Yeoh, A.; Logan, R.; Yeoh, E.; Stringer, A.; Gibson, R.
2017Fractionated abdominal irradiation induces intestinal microvascular changes in an in vivo model of radiotherapy-induced gut toxicityStansborough, R.; Bateman, E.; Al-Dasooqi, N.; Bowen, J.; Keefe, D.; Yeoh, A.; Logan, R.; Yeoh, E.; Stringer, A.; Gibson, R.