Browsing publications by Professor John Edward Hesketh

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Anze Zupanic
Dr Catherine Meplan
Grazielle Huguenin
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Dr Daryl Shanley
et al.
Modeling and gene knockdown to assess the contribution of nonsense-mediated decay, premature termination, and selenocysteine insertion to the selenoprotein hierarchy2016
Dr Catherine Meplan
Dr Simon Cockell
David Bradburn
Dr Daniel Commane
Dr Ramesh Arasaradnam
et al.
Transcriptomics and proteomics show that selenium affects inflammation, cytoskeleton, and cancer pathways in human rectal biopsies2016
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Dr Catherine Meplan
Association between maternal micronutrient status, oxidative stress, and common genetic variants in antioxidant enzymes at 15 weeks' gestation in nulliparous women who subsequently develop preeclampsia2015
Dr Emma Bermingham
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Anna Maciel Dominguez
Low Folate and Selenium in the Mouse Maternal Diet Alters Liver Gene Expression Patterns in the Offspring after Weaning2015
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Dr Patience Ezea
Ochratoxin A promotes porcine circovirus type 2 replication in vitro and in vivo2015
Dr Anthony Oxley
Philip Berry
Gordon Taylor
Dr Joe Cowell
Dr Michael Hall
et al.
An LC/MS/MS method for stable isotope dilution studies of β-carotene bioavailability, bioconversion and vitamin A status in humans2014
Dr Anze Zupanic
Dr Catherine Meplan
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
Professor John Mathers
Professor Thomas Kirkwood CBE
et al.
Detecting translational regulation by change point analysis of ribosome profiling data sets2014
Sadat Aziz
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Professor Dianne Ford
Genistein promotes a gene expression profile characteristic of brown rather than white adipocytes and increases Sirt1 expression in mouse NIH3T3-L1 cells2014
Dr Catherine Meplan
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Selenium and cancer: a story that should not be forgotten-insights from genomics.2014
Dr Catherine Meplan
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Selenium status is associated with colorectal cancer risk in the European prospective investigation of cancer and nutrition cohort2014
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