Browsing publications by Professor James Shaw

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Emma Fairhall
Dr Karen Wallace
Steven White
Professor James Shaw
Professor Alastair Burt
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Adult human exocrine pancreas differentiation to hepatocytes – potential source of a human hepatocyte progenitor for use in toxicology research2013
Michael White
Dr Helen Marshall
Dr Richard Rigby
Steven White
Professor James Shaw
et al.
Expression of mesenchymal and alpha-cell phenotypic markers in islet beta-cells in recently diagnosed diabetes2013
Dr Stuart Little
Annette Lane
Dr Thomas Chadwick
Professor Sally Marshall
Professor James Shaw
et al.
Restoration of self-awareness of hypoglycemia in adults with long-standing Type 1 diabetes: hyperinsulinemic-hypoglycemic clamp substudy results from the HypoCOMPaSS trial2013
Dr Stuart Little
Dr Thomas Chadwick
Catherine Brennand
Dr Julia Stickland
Professor Sally Marshall
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Comparison of Optimised MDI versus Pumps with or without Sensors in Severe Hypoglycaemia (the Hypo COMPaSS trial)2012
Professor James Shaw
Dearbhaile Church
Evaluation of a Quality-of-Life Tool for Dogs with Diabetes Mellitus2012
Dr Susan Campbell
Dr Ali Aldibbiat
Christopher Huggins
Dr Audrey Brown
Professor James Shaw
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Novel diabetes mellitus treatment: mature canine insulin production by canine striated muscle through gene therapy2012
Dr Susan Campbell
Professor James Shaw
Marsha Nicholson
Rapamycin toxicity in MIN6 cells and rat and human islets is mediated by the inhibition of mTOR complex 2 (mTORC2)2012
Dr Ali Aldibbiat
Dr Graham Holliman
Linda Ferguson
Kenneth Brigham
Dr Josephine Wardle
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Validation of Islet Transport From a Geographically Distant Isolation Center Enabling Equitable Access and National Health Service Funding of a Clinical Islet Transplant Program for England2012
Dr Stuart Little
Professor James Shaw
Professor Philip Home
Hypoglycemic rates with basal insulin analogs2011
Professor James Shaw
Insulin Pump Therapy With Automated Insulin Suspension in Response to Hypoglycemia: Reduction in nocturnal hypoglycemia in those at greatest risk2011
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