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Maira S-M, Galetic I, Brazil DP, Kaech S, Ingley E, Thelen M, Hemmings BA. 2001. Carboxyl-terminal modulator protein (CTMP), a negative regulator of PKB/Akt and v-Akt at the plasma membrane. Science 294:374-80. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

Ingley E, McCarthy DJ, Pore, JR, Sarna MK, Adenan AS, Wright MJ, Erber W, Tilbrook PA, Klinken SP. 2005. Lyn deficiency reduces GATA-1, EKLF and STAT5, and induces extramedullary stress erythropoiesis. Oncogene 24:336-43. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

Ingley E, Schneider JR, McCarthy DJ, Harder KW, Hibbs ML, Klinken SP. 2006. Csk-binding protein mediates sequential enzymatic down-regulation and degradation of Lyn in erythropoietin-stimulated cells. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281:31920-9. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

Frech M, Andjelkovic M, Ingley E, Reddy KK, Falck JR, Hemmings BA. 1997. High affinity binding of inositol phosphates and phospholipids to the pleckstrin homology domain of RAC / protein kinase B and their influence on kinase activity. Journal of Biological Chemistry 272:8474-81. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

Tilbrook PA, Ingley E, Williams JH, Hibbs ML, Klinken SP. 1997. Lyn tyrosine kinase is essential for erythropoietin-induced differentiation of J2E erythroid cells. EMBO Journal 16:1610-9. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

Williams NK, Lucet IS, Klinken SP, Ingley E, Rossjohn J. 2009. Crystal structures of the Lyn protein tyrosine kinase domain in its Apo- and inhibitor-bound state. Journal of Biological Chemistry 284:284-291.[NCBI PubMed Entry]

Calvert N, Wu J, Sneddon S, Woodhouse J, Carey-Smith R, Wood D, Ingley E. 2018. The use of whole exome sequencing and murine patient derived xenografts as a method of chemosensitivity testing in sarcoma. Clinical Sarcoma Research 8:e4(1-8).https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29541442

Kendrick TS, Payne CJ, Epis MR, Schneider JR, Leedman PJ, Klinken SP. Ingley E. 2008. Erythroid defects in TR-/- mice. Blood 111:3245-3248.[NCBI PubMed Entry]

Samuels AS, Klinken SP, Ingley E. 2008. Liar, a novel Lyn-binding nuclear/cytoplasmic shuttling protein that influences erythropoietin-induced differentiation. Blood 113:3845-56. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

Slavova-Azmanova NS, Kucera N, Satiaputra J, Stone L, Magno M, Maxwell MJ, Quilici C, Erber W, Klinken SP, Hibbs ML, Ingley E. 2013. Gain-of-function Lyn induces anemia – appropriate Lyn activity is essential for normal erythropoiesis and Epo-receptor signaling. Blood 122:262-271.[NCBI PubMed Entry]