Browsing publications by Professor Thomas von Zglinicki

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Diana Jurk
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
17α-Estradiol Alleviates Age-related Metabolic and Inflammatory Dysfunction in Male Mice Without Inducing Feminization2016
Dr Satomi Miwa
Amy Bell
Dr Glyn Nelson
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Carboxylesterase converts Amplex red to resorufin: Implications for mitochondrial H2O2 release assays2016
Professor Ioakim Spyridopoulos
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Dr Catharien Hilkens
Mohammad Yadegarfar
Professor John Isaacs
et al.
CMV-seropositivity and T-cell senescence predict increased cardiovascular mortality in octogenarians - results from the Newcastle 85+ study2016
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Simon Cox
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Longitudinal telomere length shortening and cognitive and physical decline in later life: The Lothian Birth Cohorts 1936 and 19212016
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
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
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Terry Aspray
Dr Thomas Hill
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
25-hydroxyvitamin D and increased all-cause mortality in very old women: the Newcastle 85+ study2015
Dr Joanna Collerton
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Professor Carol Jagger
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Professor Thomas Kirkwood CBE
et al.
Age-related frailty and its association with biological markers of ageing2015
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
Dr David Dolan
Dr Darren Daniels
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Comparison of senescence-associated miRNAs in primary skin and lung fibroblasts2015
Dr Yasumichi Arai
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Inflammation, But Not Telomere Length, Predicts Successful Ageing at Extreme Old Age: A Longitudinal Study of Semi-supercentenarians2015
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