Dr Ammar Hassan Jasim A Mayah
PhD, MSc, BSc
Department of Biological and Medical Sciences
We are interested in cell-cell communication following irradiation. Our field is to study the singles of non-targeted effects of ionising radiation, in particular extracellular vesicles/exosomes.
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Al-Abedi R, Tuncay Cagatay S, Mayah A, Brooks SA, Kadhim M, 'Ionising Radiation Promotes Invasive Potential of Breast Cancer Cells: The Role of Exosomes in the Process'
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 22 (21) (2021)
ISSN: 1661-6596 eISSN: 1422-0067Abstract Published here Open Access on RADAR
Kadhim MA, Mayah A, Brooks SA
, 'Does direct and indirect exposure to ionising radiation influence metastatic potential of breast cancer cells? '
Cancers 12 (1) (2020)
ISSN: 2072-6694 eISSN: 2072-6694Abstract Published here Open Access on RADAR
Al-Mayah AHJ, Bright SJ, Bowler DA, Slijepcevic P, Goodwinc E, Kadhim MA, 'Exosome-Mediated Telomere Instability in Human Breast Epithelial Cancer Cells after X Irradiation'
Radiation Research 187 (1) (2016) pp.98-106
ISSN: 0033-7587 eISSN: 1938-5404Abstract Published here
Al-Mayah AHJ, Kadhim M, Hill MA, Goodwin E, 'Do the Bystander Effects Have Beneficial Consequences?'
Mutagenesis 27 (1) (2012) pp.116-117
ISSN: 0267-8357Abstract Published here Open Access on RADAR
Chapman KL, Al-Mayah AH, Bowler DA, Irons SL, Kadhim MA, 'No influence of serotonin levels in foetal bovine sera on radiation induced bystander effects and genomic instability'
International Journal of Radiation Biology 88 (10) (2012) pp.781-785
ISSN: 0955-3002 eISSN: 1362-3095Published here