Browsing publications by Professor John Edward Hesketh

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Anthony Oxley
Philip Berry
Gordon Taylor
Joseph Cowell
Dr Michael Hall
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An LC/MS/MS method for stable isotope dilution studies of β-carotene bioavailability, bioconversion and vitamin A status in humans2014
Dr Catherine Meplan
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Association between Polymorphisms in Glutathione Peroxidase and Selenoprotein P Genes, Glutathione Peroxidase Activity, HRT Use and Breast Cancer Risk2013
Anna Maciel Dominguez
Dr Daniel Swan
Professor Dianne Ford
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Selenium alters miRNA profile in an intestinal cell line: Evidence that miR-185 regulates expression of GPX2 and SEPSH22013
Lynne Crosley
Professor John Edward Hesketh
The Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism (GPX4c718t) in the Glutathione Peroxidase 4 Gene Influences Endothelial Cell Function: Interaction with Selenium and Fatty Acids2013
Mark Pearson
Siavash Khazaipoul
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Albumin 3'untranslated region facilitates increased recombinant protein production from Chinese hamster ovary cells2012
Dr Catherine Meplan
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Colorectal Cancer Risk - the Influence of Selenoprotein Gene Variants and Blood Selenium Status2012
Professor John Edward Hesketh
CUG binding protein 1 binds to a specific region within the human albumin 3' untranslated region2012
Guanyu Gong
Dr Catherine Meplan
Dr Hannah Gautrey
Dr Judith Hall
Professor John Edward Hesketh
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Differential effects of selenium and knock-down of glutathione peroxidases on TNF alpha and flagellin inflammatory responses in gut epithelial cells2012
David Swan
Dr Daryl Shanley
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Glutathione Peroxidase 4 has a major role in protecting mitochondria from oxidative damage and maintaining oxidative phosphorylation complexes in gut epithelial cells2012
Dr Georg Lietz
Dr Anthony Oxley
Professor John Edward Hesketh
Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms Upstream from the β-Carotene 15,15'-Monoxygenase Gene Influence Provitamin A Conversion Efficiency in Female Volunteers2012
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