Browsing publications by Professor Penny Lovat

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Dr Francesco Zummo
Kirsty Cullen
Professor Penny Lovat
Professor James Shaw
Dr Catherine Arden
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Glucagon-like peptide-1 requires EPAC activity to restore autophagy and protect pancreatic beta cells from cell death2016
Dr Viktor Korolchuk
Dr Bernadette Carroll
Professor Penny Lovat
Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (3rd Ed.)2016
Moyassar Al-Shaibani
Dr Xiao Wang
Professor Penny Lovat
Professor Anne Dickinson
Mesenchymal stem cells promote wound healing via differentiation into epidermal keratinocyte-like cells2016
Ashleigh McConnell
Dr Robert Ellis
Professor Ruth Plummer
Professor Penny Lovat
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
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The prognostic significance and impact of the CXCR4/CXCR7/CXCL12 axis in primary cutaneous melanoma2016
Dr David Hill
Dr Jane Armstrong
Professor Penny Lovat
A novel fully-humanised 3D skin equivalent to model early melanoma invasion2015
Dr Francesco Zummo
Kirsty Cullen
Professor Penny Lovat
Professor James Shaw
Dr Catherine Arden
et al.
An emerging role for autophagy in the regulation of beta cell survival by glucagon-like peptide-12015
Moyassar Al-Shaibani
Dr Xiao Wang
Professor Penny Lovat
Professor Anne Dickinson
Deciphering the Role of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Paracrine in Wound Closure Acceleration2015
Dr Jane Armstrong
Dr David Hill
Christopher McKee
Maria Anagnostou
Fiyinfoluwa Babatunde
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Exploiting Cannabinoid-Induced Cytotoxic Autophagy to Drive Melanoma Cell Death2015
Dr Francesco Zummo
Kirsty Cullen
Professor Penny Lovat
Professor James Shaw
Dr Catherine Arden
et al.
Glucagon-like peptide 1 protects pancreatic beta cells from programmed cell death: a role for autophagy2015
Professor Penny Lovat
Oncogenic BRAF induces chronic ER stress condition resulting in increased basal autophagy and apoptotic resistance of cutaneous melanoma2015
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