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Dr Nicola Simcock
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Professor Dianne Ford
Professor Geraldine Wright
Effects of age and nutritional state on the expression of gustatory receptors in the honeybee (Apis mellifera)2017
Sadat Aziz
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Dr Satomi Miwa
Goiuri Alberdi Aresti
Professor John Hesketh
et al.
Metabolic programming of a beige adipocyte phenotype by genistein2017
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Dr Nicholas Jakubovics
Professor Stephen McHanwell
Dr Jane Stewart
Challenging the basic sciences 'learn and forget' culture2016
Dr Ellen Tullo
Dr Laura Greaves
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Involving older people in the design, development, and delivery of an innovative module on aging for undergraduate students2016
Dr Joy Hardyman-Carlile
Dr John Tyson
Dr Kelly Jackson
Christine Aldridge
Dr Simon Cockell
et al.
Zinc sensing by metal-responsive transcription factor 1 (MTF1) controls metallothionein and ZnT1 expression to buffer the sensitivity of the transcriptome response to zinc2016
Dr Jill McKay
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Nutrition, epigenetics and ageing2015
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Laura Ions
Suzie Escolme
Dr Simon Cockell
Tianhong Su
et al.
SIRI1 effects DNA methylation of polycomb protein target genes, a hotspot of the epigenetic shift observed in ageing2015
Sadat Aziz
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Professor Dianne Ford
Genistein promotes a gene expression profile characteristic of brown rather than white adipocytes and increases Sirt1 expression in mouse NIH3T3-L1 cells2014
Dr Pier Paoli
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Professor Geraldine Wright
Professor Dianne Ford
The dietary proportion of essential amino acids and Sir2 influence lifespan in the honeybee2014
Joy Hardyman
Ogo Ogo
Dr John Tyson
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Dr Ruth Valentine
et al.
DNA methylation of the zinc transcriptional regulatory element and its potential contribution to zinc dyshomeostasis in ageing2013
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