Browsing publications by Professor Dianne Ford

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Pier Paoli
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Dr Geraldine Wright
Professor Dianne Ford
The dietary proportion of essential amino acids and Sir2 influence lifespan in the honeybee2014
Dr Helen Bosomworth
Professor Dianne Ford
Dr Ruth Valentine
Altered Expression of ZnT10 in Alzheimer's Disease Brain2013
Laura Ions
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Dr Helen Bosomworth
Joy Hardyman
Suzanne Escolme
et al.
Effects of Sirt1 on DNA methylation and expression of genes affected by dietary restriction2013
Professor Mark Walker
Professor Dianne Ford
Dr Ruth Valentine
Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics; the role of nutrition in gene expression2013
Anna Maciel Dominguez
Dr Daniel Swan
Professor Dianne Ford
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Selenium alters miRNA profile in an intestinal cell line: Evidence that miR-185 regulates expression of GPX2 and SEPSH22013
Dr Helen Bosomworth
Dr Jared Thornton
Lisa Coneyworth
Professor Dianne Ford
Dr Ruth Valentine
et al.
Efflux function, tissue-specific expression and intracellular trafficking of the Zn transporter ZnT10 indicate roles in adult Zn homeostasis2012
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
Lisa Coneyworth
Dr Kelly Jackson
Dr John Tyson
Dr Helen Bosomworth
Eline van der Hagen
et al.
Identification of the human zinc transcriptional regulatory element (ZTRE): a palindromic protein-binding DNA sequence responsible for zinc-induced transcriptional repression2012
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Professor Dianne Ford
Polymorphisms in genes involved in the metabolism and transport of soy isoflavones affect the urinary metabolite profile in premenopausal women following consumption of a commercial soy supplement as a single bolus dose2012
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Professor Dianne Ford
SIRT1-independent epigenetic effects of resveratrol mediated through the estrogen receptor2012
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