Browsing publications by Dr Jill McKay

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Sabine Langie
Sebastian Achterfeldt
Joanna Gorniak
Rachel Godschalk
Dr Jill McKay
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Maternal folate depletion and high-fat feeding from weaning affects DNA methylation and DNA repair in brain of adult offspring2013
Dr Jill McKay
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Kate Potter
Lisa Coneyworth
Professor Dianne Ford
et al.
Genetic and Non-Genetic Influences during Pregnancy on Infant Global and Site Specific DNA Methylation: Role for Folate Gene Variants and Vitamin B122012
Dr Jill McKay
Dr Long Xie
Dr Simon Harris
Professor Dianne Ford
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Blood as a surrogate marker for tissue-specific DNA methylation and changes due to folate depletion in post-partum female mice2011
Dr Jill McKay
Dr Long Xie
Caroline Manus
Professor Dianne Ford
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Consequences of Folate Depletion during Development and High Fat Intake from Weaning on Adiposity, Gene Expression and DNA Methylation in Adult Mice2011
Dr Jill McKay
Professor Dianne Ford
Professor Caroline Relton
Professor John Mathers
Consequences of Folate Depletion during Development for DNA Methylation and Gene Expression in the Fetal Mouse2011
Dr Jill McKay
Professor John Mathers
Diet induced epigenetic changes and their implications for health2011
Dr Jill McKay
Dr Liz Williams
Professor John Mathers
Effect of maternal and post weaning folate supply on gene-specific DNA methylation in the small intestine of weaning and adult Apc+/Min and wild type mice2011
Dr Jill McKay
Dr Long Xie
Professor Caroline Relton
Professor Dianne Ford
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Folate Depletion during Development Causes Gene Expression Changes in Fetal and Adult Mouse Liver2011
Dr Jill McKay
Professor Caroline Relton
Professor Dianne Ford
Professor John Mathers
Maternal folate supply and sex influence gene-specific DNA methylation in the fetal gut2011
Mariona Palou March
Dr Jill McKay
Professor John Mathers
Protective effects of leptin during the suckling period against later obesity may be associated with changes in promoter methylation of the hypothalamic pro-opiomelanocortin gene2011
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