Browsing publications by Professor Geoff Toms

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Simon Bridge
Dr David Sheridan
Dr Daniel Felmlee
Fiona Fenwick
Dr Clare Lanyon
et al.
PCSK9, apolipoprotein E and lipoviral particles in chronic hepatitis C genotype 3: Evidence for genotype-specific regulation of lipoprotein metabolism2015
Fiona Fenwick
Professor Geoff Toms
Imaging analysis of human metapneumovirus-infected cells provides evidence for the involvement of F-actin and the raft-lipid microdomains in virus morphogenesis2014
Dr David Sheridan
Dr Daniel Felmlee
Dr Simon Bridge
Fiona Fenwick
Professor Geoff Toms
et al.
Metabolic Syndrome and Insulin Resistance are Associated with Maximum Hepatitis C Lipoviral Particles in Genotype 1 Infection2013
Dr David Sheridan
Dr Simon Bridge
Dr Daniel Felmlee
Professor Geoff Toms
Dr R Neely
et al.
Apolipoprotein-E and hepatitis C lipoviral particles in genotype 1 infection: Evidence for an association with interferon sensitivity2012
Alison Tedcastle
Fiona Fenwick
Ruth Ingram
Mark Robinson
Professor Geoff Toms
et al.
The characterization of monoclonal antibodies to human metapneumovirus and the detection of multiple forms of the virus nucleoprotein and phosphoprotein2012
Dr Simon Bridge
Dr David Sheridan
Dr Daniel Felmlee
Professor Geoff Toms
Professor Margaret Bassendine
et al.
Apolipoprotein E and low-density, apolipoprotein B associated lipoviral particles in chronic Hepatitis C infection: Evidence for genotype-specific modulation of lipid pathways2011
Professor Margaret Bassendine
Dr David Sheridan
Dr Daniel Felmlee
Dr Simon Bridge
Professor Geoff Toms
et al.
HCV and the hepatic lipid pathway as a potential treatment target2011
Professor Geoff Toms
Molecular Epidemiology and Evolution of Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus and Human Metapneumovirus2011
Dr Daniel Felmlee
Dr David Sheridan
Dr Simon Bridge
Professor Geoff Toms
Professor Margaret Bassendine
et al.
Use of intralipid infusion to analyse apolipoprotein B (APOB) and HCV RNA kinetics in chronic infection2011
Dr David Sheridan
Professor Kim Bartlett
Dr Daniel Felmlee
Dr Simon Bridge
Professor Geoff Toms
et al.
Hypocholesterolaemia in chronic hepatitis C genotype 3 infection is due to both reduced cholesterol production and increased LDL clearance2010
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