Browsing publications by Professor Peter Blain CBE

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Phillip Probert
Stephanie Meyer
Fouzeyyah Alsaeedi
Andrew Axon
Dr Emma Fairhall
et al.
An expandable donor-free supply of functional hepatocytes for toxicology2015
Rizwan Nisar
Dr Peter Hanson
Dr Langping He
Professor Robert Taylor
Professor Peter Blain CBE
et al.
Diquat causes caspase-independent cell death in SH-SY5Y cells by production of ROS independently of mitochondria2015
Dr Simon Hill
Professor Simon Thomas
Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Aurelie Thomas
Dr Christopher Morris
et al.
Rapid and equivalent systemic bioavailability of the antidotes HI-6 and dicobalt edetate via the intraosseous and intravenous routes2015
Dr Paul Jowsey
Professor Peter Blain CBE
Checkpoint kinase 1 is activated and promotes cell survival after exposure to sulphur mustard2014
Dr Paul Jowsey
Professor Peter Blain CBE
Fe65 Ser228 is Phosphorylated by ATM/ATR and Inhibits Fe65-APP-Mediated Gene Transcription2014
Dr John Skamarauskas
Dr Fiona Oakley
Dr Fiona Smith
Carlo Bawn
Dr Michael Dunn
et al.
Non-invasive in vivo magnetic resonance measures of glutathione synthesis in human and rat liver as an oxidative stress biomarker2014
Craig Moore
Dr Simon Wilkinson
Professor Peter Blain CBE
Dr Michael Dunn
Dr Gillian Aust
et al.
Percutaneous absorption and distribution of organophosphates (chlorpyrifos and dichlorvos) following dermal exposure and decontamination scenarios using in vitro human skin model2014
Dr Simon Wilkinson
Professor Peter Blain CBE
Professor Faith Williams
Use of a human skin in vitro model to investigate the influence of 'every-day' clothing and skin surface decontamination on the percutaneous penetration of organophosphates2014
Dr Paul Jowsey
Professor Peter Blain CBE
Whole Genome Expression Analysis in Primary Bronchial Epithelial Cells after Exposure to Sulphur Mustard2014
Professor Peter Blain CBE
A screening tool to prioritize public health risk associated with accidental or deliberate release of chemicals into the atmosphere2013
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