Charles H. Graham
Charles H. Graham
Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Queen's University
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Establishment and characterization of first trimester human trophoblast cells with extended lifespan
CH Graham, TS Hawley, RC Hawley, JR MacDougall, RS Kerbel, N Khoo, ...
Experimental cell research 206 (2), 204-211, 1993
A mechanism of hypoxia-mediated escape from adaptive immunity in cancer cells
IB Barsoum, CA Smallwood, DR Siemens, CH Graham
Cancer research 74 (3), 665-674, 2014
Hypoxia-driven selection of the metastatic phenotype
R Sullivan, CH Graham
Cancer and Metastasis Reviews 26, 319-331, 2007
Localization of transforming growth factor-β at the human fetal-maternal interface: role in trophoblast growth and differentiation
CH Graham, JJ Lysiak, KR McCrae, PK Lala
Biology of reproduction 46 (4), 561-572, 1992
Mechanism of control of trophoblast invasion in situ
CH Graham, PK Lala
Journal of cellular physiology 148 (2), 228-234, 1991
Acquired multicellular-mediated resistance to alkylating agents in cancer.
H Kobayashi, S Man, CH Graham, SJ Kapitain, BA Teicher, RS Kerbel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (8), 3294-3298, 1993
Inflammation in rat pregnancy inhibits spiral artery remodeling leading to fetal growth restriction and features of preeclampsia
T Cotechini, M Komisarenko, A Sperou, S Macdonald-Goodfellow, ...
Journal of Experimental Medicine 211 (1), 165-179, 2014
Mechanisms of trophoblast invasiveness and their control: the role of proteases and protease inhibitors
PK Lala, CH Graham
Cancer and Metastasis Reviews 9, 369-379, 1990
Mechanisms of placental invasion of the uterus and their control
CH Graham, PK Lala
Biochemistry and cell biology 70 (10-11), 867-874, 1992
Extent of vascularization as a prognostic indicator in thin (< 0.76 mm) malignant melanomas.
CH Graham, J Rivers, RS Kerbel, KS Stankiewicz, WL White
The American journal of pathology 145 (3), 510, 1994
Hypoxia-induced resistance to anticancer drugs is associated with decreased senescence and requires hypoxia-inducible factor-1 activity
R Sullivan, GC Pare, LJ Frederiksen, GL Semenza, CH Graham
Molecular cancer therapeutics 7 (7), 1961-1973, 2008
Hypoxia‐mediated stimulation of carcinoma cell invasiveness via upregulation of urokinase receptor expression
CH Graham, J Forsdike, CJ Fitzgerald, S Macdonald‐Goodfellow
International journal of cancer 80 (4), 617-623, 1999
The Hippo pathway component TAZ promotes immune evasion in human cancer through PD-L1
HJ Janse van Rensburg, T Azad, M Ling, Y Hao, B Snetsinger, P Khanal, ...
Cancer research 78 (6), 1457-1470, 2018
Hypoxia stimulates urokinase receptor expression through a heme protein-dependent pathway
CH Graham, TE Fitzpatrick, KR McCrae
Blood, The Journal of the American Society of Hematology 91 (9), 3300-3307, 1998
Characteristic's of trophoblast cells migrating from first trimester chorionic villus explants and propagated in culture
JA Irving, JJ Lysiak, CH Graham, S Hearn, VKM Han, PK Lala
Placenta 16 (5), 413-433, 1995
Nitric oxide-mediated regulation of chemosensitivity in cancer cells
NE Matthews, MA Adams, LR Maxwell, TE Gofton, CH Graham
Journal of the National Cancer Institute 93 (24), 1879-1885, 2001
Resistance of malignant trophoblast cells to both the anti-proliferative and anti-invasive effects of transforming growth factor-β
CH Graham, I Connelly, JR MacDougall, RS Kerbel, ...
Experimental cell research 214 (1), 93-99, 1994
Mechanisms of hypoxia-mediated immune escape in cancer
IB Barsoum, M Koti, DR Siemens, CH Graham
Cancer research 74 (24), 7185-7190, 2014
The role of macrophages in utero-placental interactions during normal and pathological pregnancy
SJ Renaud, CH Graham
Immunological investigations 37 (5-6), 535-564, 2008
Suppression of Invasion by Inducible Expression of Tissue Inhibitor of Metalloproteinase-1 (TIMP-1) in B 16-F10 Melanoma Cells
R Khokha, MJ Zimmer, CH Graham, PK Lala, P Waterhouse
JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute 84 (13), 1017-1022, 1992
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