Browsing publications by Dr Fiona Oakley

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Phillip Probert
Dr Mohammed Ebrahimkhani
Dr Fiona Oakley
Dr Jelena Mann
Professor Alastair Burt
et al.
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
et al.
A TLR2/S100A9/CXCL-2 signaling network is necessary for neutrophil recruitment in acute and chronic liver injury in the mouse2014
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 Phillip Probert
Dr Fiona Oakley
Professor Matthew Wright
Improving expression levels of transporters in progenitor-derived hepatocyte-like (B-13/H) cells2014
Dr John Skamarauskas
Dr Fiona Oakley
Dr Fiona Smith
Carlo Bawn
Dr Michael Dunn
et al.
Non-invasive in vivo magnetic resonance measures of glutathione synthesis in human and rat liver as an oxidative stress biomarker2014
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 Steven O'Reilly
Rachel Cant
Dr Marzena Ciechomska
Dr Fiona Oakley
Professor Sophie Hambleton
et al.
Serum Amyloid A (SAA) induces IL-6 in dermal fibroblasts via TLR2, IRAK4 and NF-κB2014
Dr Steven O'Reilly
Rachel Cant
Dr Marzena Ciechomska
James Finnigan
Dr Fiona Oakley
et al.
Serum amyloid A induces interleukin-6 in dermal fibroblasts via Toll-like receptor 2, interleukin-1 receptor-associated kinase 4 and nuclear factor-kappa B2014
Dr Phillip Probert
Git Chung
Dr Simon Cockell
Professor Loranne Agius
Steven White
et al.
Utility of B-13 Progenitor-Derived Hepatocytes in Hepatotoxicity and Genotoxicity Studies2014
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Dr Jayshree Bagchi Chakraborty
Dr Jelena Mann
Dr Fiona Oakley
Professor Derek Mann
et al.
Deficient Neutrophil Recruitment into the Liver Parenchyma after an Acute CCl4 Challenge does not affect Fibrogenesis2013
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