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2003Successful peripheral blood stem cell mobilisation with filgrastim in patients with chronic myeloid leukaemia achieving complete cytogenetic response with imatinib, without increasing disease burden as measured by quantitative real-time PCRHui, C.; Goh, K.; White, D.; Branford, S.; Grigg, A.; Seymour, J.; Kwan, Y.; Walsh, S.; Hoyt, R.; Trickett, A.; Rudzki, Z.; Ma, D.; To, L.; Hughes, T.
2007BCR-ABL messenger RNA levels continue to decline in patients with chronic phase chronic myeloid leukemia treated with imatinib for more than 5 years and approximately half of all first-line treated patients have stable undetectable BCR-ABL using strict sensitivity criteriaBranford, S.; Seymour, J.; Grigg, A.; Arthur, C.; Rudzki, Z.; Lynch, K.; Hughes, T.
2000A novel BCR-ABL transcript (e8a2) with the insertion of an inverted sequence of ABL intron 1b in a patient with Philadelphia-positive chronic myeloid leukaemiaBranford, S.; Rudzi, Z.; Hughes, T.
2011BCR-ABL transcript dynamics support the hypothesis that leukemic stem cells are reduced during imatinib teatmentStein, A.; Bottino, D.; Modur, V.; Branford, S.; Kaeda, J.; Goldman, J.; Hughes, T.; Radich, J.; Hochhaus, A.
2013Rapid initial decline in BCR-ABL1 is associated with superior responses to second-line nilotinib in patients with chronic-phase chronic myeloid leukemiaStein, A.; Martinelli, G.; Hughes, T.; Muller, M.; Beppu, L.; Gottardi, E.; Branford, S.; Soverini, S.; Woodman, R.; Hochhaus, A.; Kim, D.; Saglio, G.; Radich, J.
2013PCR-mediated recombination can lead to artificial chimera formation, which may pose as BCR-ABL1 compound mutationsParker, W.; Phillis, S.; Yeung, D.; Hughes, T.; Scott, H.; Branford, S.; 55th American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting and Exhibition (07 Dec 2013 - 10 Dec 2013 : New Orleans, Louisiana)
2003Molecular monitoring of chronic myeloid leukemiaHughes, T.; Branford, S.
2014The adverse effect of high sokal risk for first line imatinib treated patients is overcome by a rapid rate of BCR-ABL decline measured as early as 1 month of treatmentBranford, S.; Yeung, D.; Ross, D.; Parker, W.; Braley, J.; Seymour, J.; Hughes, T.; 56th ASH Annual Meeting (06 Dec 2014 - 09 Dec 2014 : San Francisco, California)
2010Detection of low level nilotinib or dasatinib resistant BCR-ABL mutations by mass spectrometry in CML patients who fail Imatinib is highly predivtive of their subsequent clonal expansion when treated with the drug for which their mutation confers resistanceParker, W.; Ho, M.; Lawrence, R.; Irwin, D.; Scott, H.; Hughes, T.; Branford, S.; American Society of Hematology Meeting (52nd : 2010 : Florida, CA.)
2010Limiting the variability within a BCR-ABL quantitative PCR (RQ-PCR) assay is essential for optimal concordance of results between laboratories generating BCR-ABL values on an international reporting scaleFletcher, L.; Prime, J.; Phillis, S.; Jamison, B.; Field, C.; Prime, H.; Sullivan, B.; Yeoman, A.; Georgievski, J.; Parker, W.; Slader, C.; Hughes, T.; Branford, S.; Haematology Association of Australasia Annual Meeting (2010 : Auckland, New Zealand)