Browsing publications by Dr Caroline Wilson

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Anna Moles Fernandez
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Jayshree Bagchi Chakraborty
Christopher Fox
et al.
A TLR2/S100A9/CXCL-2 signaling network is necessary for neutrophil recruitment in acute and chronic liver injury in the mouse2014
Dr Marzena Ciechomska
Dr Caroline Wilson
Achilleas FLOUDAS
Professor Drew Rowan
Professor John Robinson
et al.
Antigen-specific B lymphocytes acquire proteoglycan aggrecan from cartilage extracellular matrix resulting in antigen presentation and CD4+ T-cell activation2014
Dr Diana Jurk
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Joao Passos
Dr Fiona Oakley
Clara Correia Melo
et al.
Chronic inflammation induces telomere dysfunction and accelerates ageing in mice2014
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Jelena Mann
Dr Meagan Walsh
Dr Fiona Oakley
Professor Matthew Wright
et al.
Quiescent Hepatic Stellate Cells Functionally Contribute to the Hepatic Innate Immune Response via TLR32014
Dr Maria Perugorria
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Dr Nicola Fullard
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Fiona Oakley
et al.
Tumor progression locus 2/Cot is required for activation of extracellular regulated kinase in liver injury and toll-like receptor-induced TIMP-1 gene transcription in hepatic stellate cells in mice2013
Stuart Robinson
Dr Caroline Wilson
Professor Alastair Burt
Professor Derek Manas
Steven White
et al.
Chemotherapy associated liver injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis2012
Shilu Amin
Dr Meagan Walsh
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Elaine Willmore
Professor Derek Mann
et al.
Cross-talk between DNA methylation and active histone modifications regulates aberrant expression of ZAP70 in CLL2012
Dr Mujdat Zeybel
Dr Timothy Hardy
Frances Wong
Professor John Mathers
Christopher Fox
et al.
Multigenerational epigenetic adaptation of the hepatic wound-healing response2012
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Fiona Oakley
Dr Jelena Mann
Professor Derek Mann
NF-kappa B1-/- suppresses ageing and carcinogen-induced hepatocellular carcinoma by limiting neutrophil accumulation and ROS production2012
Dr Marzena Ciechomska
Dr Caroline Wilson
Professor Drew Rowan
Professor John Robinson
Dr Andrew Knight
et al.
Antigen-specific B cells can acquire and present the rheumatoid arthritis candidate autoantigen aggrecan from a non-internalisable surface2011
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