Browsing publications by Dr Alison Spiers

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Liz Williams
Dr Mark Welfare
Dr Alison Spiers
Wendy Bal
Eileen Gibney
et al.
Systemic folate status, rectal mucosal folate concentration and dietary intake in patients at differential risk of bowel cancer (The FAB2 Study)2013
Dr Fiona Caple
Dr Liz Williams
Dr Alison Spiers
Dr John Tyson
Brian Burtle
et al.
Inter-individual variation in DNA damage and base excision repair in young, healthy non-smokers: effects of dietary supplementation and genotype2010
Dr John Tyson
Dr Fiona Caple
Dr Alison Spiers
Brian Burtle
Professor Ann Daly
et al.
Inter-individual variation in nucleotide excision repair in young adults: effects of age, adiposity, micronutrient supplementation and genotype2009
Dr Allyson Lister
Dr Phillip Lord
Dr Alison Spiers
Professor Anil Wipat
The minimum information about a genome sequence (MIGS) specification2008
Dr Mark Welfare
Dr Alison Spiers
Wendy Bal
Yvonne Duckworth
Eileen Gibney
et al.
Responses of biomarkers of folate and riboflavin status to folate and riboflavin supplementation in healthy and colorectal polyp patients (the FAB2 study)2007
Dr John Tyson
Dr Alison Spiers
Dr Fiona Caple
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Effects of age, body mass index and genotype on nucleotide excision repair in healthy adults2006
Professor John Mathers
Dr Liz Williams
Dr Alison Spiers
Yvonne Duckworth
Dr Mark Welfare
et al.
Colon mucosal folate is responsive to folic acid supplements and correlates with plasma folate2005
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Dr Alison Spiers
Yvonne Duckworth
Dr Mark Welfare
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Dietary characteristics of gastroenterology patients2005
Dr John Tyson
Dr Alison Spiers
Dr Fiona Caple
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Inter-individual variation in nucleotide excision repair capacity: potential scope for dietary modulation of DNA repair2005
Dr Alison Spiers
Dr Heather Lamb
Dr Simon Cocklin
Dr Anna Dodds
Professor Alastair Hawkins
et al.
PDZ domains facilitate binding of high temperature requirement protease A (HtrA) and tail-specific protease (Tsp) to heterologous substrates through recognition of the small stable RNA A (ssrA)-encoded peptide2002