Browsing publications by Dr Timothy Hardy

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Dr Stuart McPherson
Dr Timothy Hardy
Dr Dina Tiniakos
Professor Alastair Burt
Professor Chris Day
et al.
Age as a Confounding Factor for the Accurate Non-Invasive Diagnosis of Advanced NAFLD Fibrosis2016
Dr Mujdat Zeybel
Dr Timothy Hardy
Gemma Zeybel
Dr Matthew Bashton
Professor John Mathers
et al.
DNA methylation profiling identifies novel markers of progression in hepatitis B-related chronic liver disease2016
Dr Timothy Hardy
Professor Derek Mann
Epigenetic in liver disease: from biology to therapeutics2016
Dr Dave Houghton
Christian Thoma
Dr Kate Hallsworth
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Timothy Hardy
et al.
Exercise Reduces Liver Lipids and Visceral Adiposity in Patients With Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis in a Randomized Controlled Trial2016
Dr Mujdat Zeybel
Dr Timothy Hardy
Stuart Robinson
Christopher Fox
Professor Quentin Anstee
et al.
Differential DNA methylation of genes involved in fibrosis progression in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and alcoholic liver disease2015
Dr Stuart McPherson
Dr Timothy Hardy
Elsbeth Henderson
Professor Alastair Burt
Professor Chris Day
et al.
Evidence of NAFLD progression from steatosis to fibrosing-steatohepatitis using paired biopsies: Implications for prognosis and clinical management2015
Dr Stuart McPherson
Dr Timothy Hardy
Professor Alastair Burt
Professor Chris Day
Professor Quentin Anstee
et al.
High rate of false positives for advanced fibrosis when simple non-invasive fibrosis tests are used in older patients (>=65 years) with NAFLD2015
Dr Timothy Hardy
Dr Christopher Wells
Dr Stuart Kendrick
Professor Chris Day
Professor Alastair Burt
et al.
White cell count and platelet count associate with histological alcoholic hepatitis in jaundiced harmful drinkers2013
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 Graeme Hewitt
Dr Diana Jurk
Francisco Marques
Clara Correia Melo
Dr Timothy Hardy
et al.
Telomeres are favoured targets of a persistent DNA damage response in ageing and stress-induced senescence2012
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