Browsing publications by Dr Carlyn Marek

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Karen Wallace
Dr Carlyn Marek
Professor Matthew Wright
Glucocorticoid-dependent transdifferentiation of pancreatic progenitor cells into hepatocytes is dependent on transient suppression of WNT signalling2010
Dr Karen Wallace
Dr Carlyn Marek
Professor Matthew Wright
Exocrine pancreas trans-differentiation to hepatocytes-A physiological response to elevated glucocorticoid in vivo2009
Dr Carlyn Marek
Dr Karen Wallace
Professor Matthew Wright
Low affinity glucocorticoid binding site ligands as potential anti-fibrogenics2009
Dr Karen Wallace
Dr Carlyn Marek
Professor Matthew Wright
The Trans-Differentiation of Pancreatic Acinar Cells into Hepatocytes is Mediated by a Suppression of WNT Signalling Activity2009
Dr Karen Wallace
Dr David Cowie
Dr Carlyn Marek
Professor Derek Mann
Professor Matthew Wright
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PXR activation reduces hepatic TNF-alpha levels - A mechanism for inhibiting liver fibrosis2008
Dr Carlyn Marek
Dr Karen Wallace
Professor Matthew Wright
Expression of CYP2S1 in human hepatic stellate cells2007
Dr Carlyn Marek
Professor Derek Mann
Professor Matthew Wright
Pregnane X Receptor Activators Inhibit Human Hepatic Stellate Cell Transdifferentiation In Vitro2006
Dr Fiona Oakley
Dr Carlyn Marek
Professor Matthew Wright
Professor Derek Mann
Inhibition of Inhibitor of κB Kinases Stimulates Hepatic Stellate Cell Apoptosis and Accelerated Recovery From Rat Liver Fibrosis2005
Dr Carlyn Marek
Professor Matthew Wright
Pregnenolone 16α carbonitrile inhibits rodent liver fibrogenesis via PXR-dependent and PXR-independent mechanisms2005
Dr Carlyn Marek
Professor Matthew Wright
Mechanism of Action of the Antifibrogenic Compound Gliotoxin in Rat Liver Cells2004
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