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Ally Leitch
Philip Probert
Dr Stephanie Meyer
Professor George Kass
Professor Matthew Wright
et al.
B-13 progenitor-derived hepatocytes (B-13/H cells) model lipid dysregulation in response to drugs and chemicals2017
Dr Stephanie Meyer
Dr Phillip Probert
Anne Lakey
Alistair Leitch
Dr Lynsay Blake
et al.
Environmental xenoestrogens super-activate a variant murine ER beta in cholangiocytes2017
Dr Stephanie Meyer
Dr Phillip Probert
Anne Lakey
Andrew Axon
Ally Leitch
et al.
Hepatic effects of tartrazine (E 102) after systemic exposure are independent of oestrogen receptor interactions in the mouse2017
Dr Bushra alQuadeib
Dr Lidija Siller
Professor Matthew Wright
Dr Ben Horrocks
Oral administration of amphotericin B nanoparticles: antifungal activity, bioavailability and toxicity in rats2017
Saimir Luli
Dr Stephen Hill
Helen Brown
Jack Leslie
Dr Helen Marshall
et al.
A new fluorescence-based optical imaging method to non-invasively monitor hepatic myofibroblasts in vivo2016
Professor Matthew Wright
Hepatic stellate cells regulate liver specific immunity to visceral leishmaniasis through p110δ dependent induction of regulatory T cells in mice.2016
Dr Emma Fairhall
Dr Michelle Charles
Dr Phillip Probert
Dr Karen Wallace
Jen Gibb
et al.
Pancreatic B-13 Cell Trans-Differentiation to Hepatocytes Is Dependent on Epigenetic-Regulated Changes in Gene Expression2016
Dr Emma Fairhall
Dr Phillip Probert
Professor Fiona Oakley
Professor Matthew Wright
Pancreatic progenitor-derived hepatocytes are viable and functional in a 3D high density bioreactor culture system.2016
Dr Phillip Probert
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Dr Aimen Amer
Steven White
Professor David Jones
et al.
Progenitor-derived hepatocyte-like (B-13/H) cells metabolise 1′-hydroxyestragole to a genotoxic species via a SULT2B1-dependent mechanism2016
Aimen Amer
Professor Matthew Wright
Steven White
Activation of the pregnane X receptor (PXR) reduces the risk of early allograft dysfunction following liver transplantation2015
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