Welcome to the Newcastle University Library ePrints Service

The ePrints service provides free access to peer-reviewed research, including journal articles, conference papers and book chapters, produced by Newcastle University staff. The full text of documents is available on open access wherever possible, and new items are added regularly.

Please note - this is not a complete record of all research published by Newcastle University staff.

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Authors               TitleYearFull text
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Dr Marcus Kaiser
Divergent brain functional network alterations in dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer’s disease2015
Csenge Gal
Dr Simon Whitehall
A histone H3K36 chromatin switch coordinates DNA double-strand break repair pathway choice.2014
Christine Aldridge
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Co-Inactivation of GlnR and CodY Regulators Impacts Pneumococcal Cell Wall Physiology2015
Dr Naomi Willis
Professor John Mathers
Promoter methylation of zinc transporter genes in the ageing human bowel2013
Iain McCallum
Seamus Kelly
Dr Naomi Willis
Dr Long Xie
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Methylation of the notch pathway in patients at higher risk of colorectal cancer and effects of supplementation with resistant starch in a randomised controlled trial2013
Fiona Malcomson
Dr Naomi Willis
Iain McCallum
Dr Long Xie
Seamus Kelly
et al.
Anti-neoplastic effects of non-digestible carbohydrates on WNT signalling in the bowel: a randomised controlled dietary intervention2013
David Longfield
Educational Development in South Sudan: Conscious Design or Spontaneous Order?2015
Dr Hyang-Min Byun
Storage conditions and stability of global DNA methylation in placental tissue2013
Dr Hyang-Min Byun
Evolutionary age of repetitive element subfamilies and sensitivity of DNA methylation to airborne pollutants2013
Paul Hilton
The risk of ureteric injury after hysterectomy performed in the English National Health Service: a 10-year retrospective cohort study2015