Browsing publications by Professor Michael Trenell

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Brendan Payne
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
David Ashley Price
Professor Michael Trenell
Professor Patrick Chinnery
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In Vivo Mitochondrial Function in HIV-Infected Persons Treated with Contemporary Anti-Retroviral Therapy: A Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Study2014
Dr Vincent van Hees
Professor Michael Trenell
Association Between Questionnaire- and Accelerometer-Assessed Physical Activity: The Role of Sociodemographic Factors2014
Sophie Cassidy
Kate Hallsworth
Dr Christian Thoma
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Professor Michael Trenell
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Cardiac structure and function is altered in adults with metabolic disorders2014
Dr Brook Galna
Jane Newman
Dr Djordje Jakovljevic
Dr Matthew Bates
Dr Andrew Schaefer
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Discrete gait characteristics are associated with m.3243A > G and m.8344A > G variants of mitochondrial disease and its pathological consequences2014
Dr Djordje Jakovljevic
Kate Hallsworth
Professor Michael Trenell
Dr Guy MacGowan
Effect of Left Ventricular Assist Device Implantation and Heart Transplantation on Habitual Physical Activity and Quality of Life2014
Dr Jing Kang
Anisah Hussain
Professor Michael Trenell
Dr Eileen Yu
Electrochemical detection of non-esterified fatty acid by layer-by-layer assembled enzyme electrodes2014
Professor Michael Trenell
Eradicating hepatitis C virus ameliorates insulin resistance without change in adipose depots2014
Professor Mark Walker
Professor Michael Trenell
Heavily reducing pre- and post-exercise rapid-acting insulin dose may cause hyperglycaemia, but does not augment ketonaemia or increase inflammatory cytokines in patients with Type 1 diabetes2014
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Denton
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Elaine McColl
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Integrating an Evidence-Based Behaviour Change Intervention Targeting Physical Activity Behaviour into Routine Primary Care: Movement as Medicine for Type 2 Diabetes: An open pilot study2014
Professor Mark Walker
Professor Michael Trenell
Metabolic Implications when Employing Heavy Pre- and Post-Exercise Rapid-Acting Insulin Reductions to Prevent Hypoglycaemia in Type 1 Diabetes Patients: A Randomised Clinical Trial2014
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