Browsing publications by Dr Philip Manning

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Alasdair Anderson
Dr Amy Bowman
Dr SarahJayne Boulton
Dr Philip Manning
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
et al.
A role for human mitochondrial complex II in the production of reactive oxygen species in human skin2014
Dr Amy Bowman
Dr Amy Anderson
Dr Philip Manning
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Applicability of dermoscopy for evaluation of patients' response to nonablative therapies for the treatment of superficial basal cell carcinoma2014
Dr SarahJayne Boulton
Paul Keane
Dr Christopher Morris
Professor Calum McNeil
Dr Philip Manning
et al.
Real-time monitoring of superoxide generation and cytotoxicity in neuroblastoma mitochondria induced by 1-trichloromethyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-beta-carboline2012
Dr Philip Manning
Alison Manning
Electrochemical and optical sensing of reactive oxygen species: pathway to an integrated intracellular and extracellular measurement platform2011
Alasdair Anderson
Dr SarahJayne Boulton
Dr Helen Swalwell
Dr James Henderson
Dr Philip Manning
et al.
Implications of using ROS sensitive probes in studies of UVA induced ROS in skin cells2011
Dr SarahJayne Boulton
Alasdair Anderson
Dr Helen Swalwell
Dr James Henderson
Dr Philip Manning
et al.
Implications of using the fluorescent probes, dihydrorhodamine 123 and 2 ',7 '-dichlorodihydrofluorescein diacetate, for the detection of UVA-induced reactive oxygen species2011
Dr Helen Swalwell
Dr SarahJayne Boulton
Dr Philip Manning
Catriona McNeil
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
et al.
Real time electrochemical measurement of oxidative stress in human melanoma skin cells and its relationship with mitochondrial DNA damage and pigmentation2011
Dr Helen Swalwell
Dr James Henderson
Dr SarahJayne Boulton
Dr Philip Manning
Professor Calum McNeil
et al.
Oxidative stress in skin cells and its association with mitochondrial damage and skin cancer2010
Alasdair Anderson
Dr SarahJayne Boulton
Dr Helen Swalwell
Dr James Henderson
Dr Philip Manning
et al.
Potential pitfalls of measuring cellular oxidative stress using fluorescent probes, and the contribution of the individual mitochondrial respiratory chain complexes to oxidative stress generation in human skin2010
Dr James Henderson
Dr Helen Swalwell
Dr SarahJayne Boulton
Dr Philip Manning
Professor Calum McNeil
et al.
Direct, real-time monitoring of superoxide generation in isolated mitochondria2009
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