Browsing publications by Dr Susan Aiston

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Dr Catherine Arden
Dr Laura Hampson
Dr Susan Aiston
Dr Linda Harndahl
Professor Loranne Agius
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Increased sensitivity of glycogen synthesis to phosphorylase-a and impaired expression of the glycogen-targeting protein R6 in hepatocytes from insulin-resistant Zucker fa/fa rats2006
Dr Susan Aiston
Dr Laura Hampson
Dr Catherine Arden
Professor Loranne Agius
The role of protein kinase B/Akt in insulin-induced inactivation of phosphorylase in rat hepatocytes2006
Dr Susan Aiston
Mohammed Mukhtar
Professor Loranne Agius
Glucose 6-phosphate causes translocation of phosphorylase in hepatocytes and inactivates the enzyme synergistically with glucose2004
Katy Brocklehurst
Victoria Payne
Dr Susan Aiston
Professor Loranne Agius
Stimulation of Hepatocyte Glucose Metabolism by Novel Small Molecule Glucokinase Activators2004
Andrew Green
Dr Susan Aiston
Professor Loranne Agius
The glycogenic action of protein targeting to glycogen in hepatocytes involves multiple mechanisms including phosphorylase inactivation and glycogen synthase translocation2004
Dr Susan Aiston
Professor Loranne Agius
Glucose 6-phosphate regulates hepatic glycogenolysis through inactivation of phosphorylase2003
Dr Susan Aiston
Professor Loranne Agius
Inactivation of phosphorylase is a major component of the mechanism by which insulin stimulates hepatic glycogen synthesis2003
Dr Susan Aiston
Dr Laura Hampson
Professor Loranne Agius
Hepatic glycogen synthesis is highly sensitive to phosphorylase activity: Evidence from metabolic control analysis2001
Dr Susan Aiston
Professor Loranne Agius
Impaired glycogen synthesis in hepatocytes from Zucker fatty fa/fa rats: The role of increased phosphorylase activity2000
Dr Mark Stubbs
Dr Susan Aiston
Professor Loranne Agius
Subcellular localization, mobility, and kinetic activity of glucokinase in glucose-responsive insulin-secreting cells2000
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