Browsing publications by Dr Fiona Oakley

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Philip Probert
Dr Mohammed Ebrahimkhani
Dr Fiona Oakley
Dr Jelena Mann
Professor Alastair Burt
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A reversible model for periportal fibrosis and a refined alternative to bile duct ligation2014
Dr Anna Moles Fernandez
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Jayshree Bagchi Chakraborty
Christopher Fox
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A TLR2/S100A9/CXCL-2 signaling network is necessary for neutrophil recruitment in acute and chronic liver injury in the mouse2014
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Jelena Mann
Dr Meagan Walsh
Dr Fiona Oakley
Professor Matthew Wright
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Quiescent Hepatic Stellate Cells Functionally Contribute to the Hepatic Innate Immune Response via TLR32014
Dr Steven O'Reilly
Rachel Cant
Dr Marzena Ciechomska
Dr Fiona Oakley
Dr Sophie Hambleton
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Serum Amyloid A (SAA) induces IL-6 in dermal fibroblasts via TLR2, IRAK4 and NF-κB2014
Philip Probert
Git Chung
Dr Simon Cockell
Professor Loranne Agius
Steven White
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Utility of B-13 Progenitor-Derived Hepatocytes in Hepatotoxicity and Genotoxicity Studies2014
Saimir Luli
Dr Lee Borthwick
Dr Steven O'Reilly
Professor Neil Perkins
Professor Derek Mann
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Inhibition of RelA-Ser536 phosphorylation by a competing peptide reduces mouse liver fibrosis without blocking the innate immune response2013
Dr John Skamarauskas
Dr Fiona Oakley
Dr Fiona Smith
Carlo Bawn
Dr Michael Dunn
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Non-invasive in vivo magnetic resonance measures of glutathione synthesis in human and rat liver as an oxidative stress biomarker2013
Stuart Robinson
Dr Jelena Mann
Professor John Mathers
Professor Alastair Burt
Dr Fiona Oakley
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Pathogenesis of FOLFOX induced sinusoidal obstruction syndrome in a murine chemotherapy model2013
Dr Nicola Fullard
Dr Steven O'Reilly
Professor Jaap Van Laar
David Faini
Julie Diboll
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The c-Rel Subunit of NF-κB Regulates Epidermal Homeostasis and Promotes Skin Fibrosis in Mice2013
Dr Maria Perugorria
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Dr Nicola Fullard
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Fiona Oakley
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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
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