Browsing publications by Professor Nick Europe-Finner

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Michael Taggart
Dr Magdalena Karolczak-Bayatti
A role for cytoskeletal protein acetylation in modulating myometrial activity2013
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Dr Alison Tyson-Capper
Estrogen Alters the Splicing of Type 1 Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone Receptor in Breast Cancer Cells2013
Dr Aiqing Chen
Dr Magdalena Karolczak-Bayatti
Dr Michele Sweeney
Dr Achim Treumann
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
et al.
Lysine deacetylase inhibition promotes relaxation of arterial tone and C-terminal acetylation of HSPB6 (Hsp20) in vascular smooth muscle cells2013
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Regulation of GTP-binding protein (Gαs) expression in human myometrial cells: A role for tumour necrosis factor in modulating Gαs promoter acetylation by transcriptional complexes2013
Dr Tim Butler
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Role of serine-threonine phosphoprotein phosphatases in smooth muscle contractility2013
Dr Magdalena Karolczak-Bayatti
Dr Nadhim Bayatti
Dr Neil Chapman
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Michael Taggart
et al.
Changes in Expression of PKA-and Acetylation-Related Signalling Molecules with Guinea Pig Pregnancy2012
Dr Wing Tong
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Michael Taggart
Chemoattractant Activity of Cervix and Ovary Is Not Increased at Term or RU486-Induced Preterm Labor in the Guinea Pig2012
Dr Wing Tong
Professor Michael Taggart
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Chemoattractant Activity of Extracts from Uterine and Fetal Membranes Is Not Related to Maternal Serum Progesterone Concentrations and Is Not Required for Labor in Guinea Pigs2012
Dr Magdalena Karolczak-Bayatti
Tamer Abu-Amara
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Expression of the GTP-Binding Protein Gαs in Human Myometrial Cells is Regulated by Ubiquitination and Protein Degradation: Involvement of Proteasomal Inhibition by Trichostatin A2012
Dr Wing Tong
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Michael Taggart
Guinea Pig Parturition Occurs in the Absence of Serum Progesterone (P4) Withdrawal yet Anti-Progestin Treatment Induces Preterm Labor: A Model for Human Parturition2012
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