Browsing publications by Dr Gabriele Saretzki

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Clara Correia Melo
Francisco Marques
Rhys Anderson
Graeme Hewitt
Dr Bernadette Carroll
et al.
Mitochondria are required for pro-ageing features of the senescent phenotype2016
Abbas Ishaq
Dr Peter Hanson
Dr Christopher Morris
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
Telomerase Activity is Downregulated Early During Human Brain Development2016
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Rebecca Dodds
Dr Andrew Owens
et al.
The role of cardiomyocyte senescence and regeneration in Ageing2016
Dr Dean Hallam
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
Dietary restriction mitigates age-related accumulation of DNA damage, but not all changes in mouse corneal epithelium2015
Dr Alison Spilsbury
Dr Satomi Miwa
Professor Johannes Attems
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
The Role of Telomerase Protein TERT in Alzheimer's Disease and in Tau-Related Pathology In Vitro2015
Dr Karim Bennaceur
Mark Atwill
Nayef Al Zhrany
Jedrzej Hoffmann
Professor Bernard Keavney
et al.
Atorvastatin induces T cell proliferation by a telomerase reverse transcriptase (TERT) mediated mechanism2014
Dr Diana Jurk
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Joao Passos
Professor Fiona Oakley
Clara Correia Melo
et al.
Chronic inflammation induces telomere dysfunction and accelerates ageing in mice2014
Nouf Al-Ajmi
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
Dr Colin Miles
Professor Ioakim Spyridopoulos
Dietary restriction ameliorates haematopoietic ageing independent of telomerase, whilst lack of telomerase and short telomeres exacerbate the ageing phenotype2014
Dr Satomi Miwa
Dr Howsun Jow
Karen Baty
Amy Bell
Dr Rafal Czapiewski
et al.
Low abundance of the matrix arm of complex I in mitochondria predicts longevity in mice2014
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Irina Neganova
Sun Yung
Chatcha Singhapol
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
et al.
A human iPSC model of Ligase IV deficiency reveals an important role for NHEJ-mediated-DSB repair in the survival and genomic stability of induced pluripotent stem cells and emerging haematopoietic progenitors2013
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