Items where Author is "Morris, Peter J."

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Liu, Liang Q. and Morris, Peter J. and Pengel, Liset H. M. (2013) Compliance to the CONSORT statement of randomized controlled trials in solid organ transplantation: a 3-year overview. Transplant International, 26 (3). pp. 300-306. ISSN 0934-0874

Liu, Liang Q. and Pengel, Liset H. M. and Morris, Peter J. (2012) Do reporting of randomised controlled trials in solid organ transplantation adherence to CONSORT statement? A 3 year overview. In: 15th British Transplant Society Congress, 22-25 Feb 2012, Glasgow, Scotland.

Pengel, Liset H. M. and Liu, Liang Q. and Morris, Peter J. (2011) Do wound complications or lymphoceles occur more often in solid organ transplant recipients on mTOR inhibitors? A systematic review of randomized controlled trials. Transplant International, 24 (12). pp. 1216-1230. ISSN 0934-0874

Liu, Liang Q. and Pengel, Liset H. M. and Morris, Peter J. (2011) Reporting quality of randomised controlled trials in solid organ transplantation. In: European Society of Transplantation Congress, 05-07 Sep 2011, Glasgow, Scotland.

Morris, Peter J. and Theil, Thomas and Ring, Christopher J. and Lillycrop, Karen A. and Moroy, Tarik and Latchman, David S. (1994) The opposite and antagonistic effects of the closely related POU family transcription factors Brn-3a and Brn-3b on the activity of a target promoter are dependent on differences in the POU domain. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 14 (10). pp. 6907-6914. ISSN 0270-7306

Morris, Peter J. and Ring, Christopher J. and Lillycrop, Karen A. and Latchman, David S. (1993) Transactivation of the human papilloma virus 16 octamer motif by the octamer binding protein Oct-2 requires both the N and C terminal activation domains. Nucleic acids research, 21 (19). pp. 4506-10. ISSN 0305-1048

Morris, Peter J. and Dent, Carolyn L. and Ring, Christopher J. and Latchman, David S. (1993) The octamer binding site in the HPV16 regulatory region produces opposite effects on gene expression in cervical and non-cervical cells. Nucleic Acids Research, 21 (4). pp. 1019-1023. ISSN 0305-1048

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