Browsing publications by Dr Fiona Smith

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Fiona Smith
Dr Peter Thelwall
Professor Roy Taylor
Professor Michael Trenell
Professor Emma Stevenson
et al.
Sucrose ingestion after exhaustive exercise accelerates liver, but not muscle glycogen repletion when compared to glucose ingestion in trained athletes2016
Dr Mavin Macauley
Dr Fiona Smith
Dr Peter Thelwall
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Professor Roy Taylor
et al.
Diurnal variation in skeletal muscle and liver glycogen in humans with normal health and Type 2 diabetes2015
Dr Mavin Macauley
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Dr Fiona Smith
Dr Peter Thelwall
Dr Ahmad Al-Mrabeh
et al.
Effect of Vildagliptin on Hepatic Steatosis2015
Dr Fiona Smith
Dr Peter Thelwall
Professor Roy Taylor
Professor Emma Stevenson
Professor Michael Trenell
et al.
Ingestion of glucose or sucrose prevents liver but not muscle glycogen depletion during prolonged endurance-type exercise in trained cyclists2015
Dr Mavin Macauley
Dr Fiona Smith
Professor Roy Taylor
Failure of the skeletal muscle to contribute to diurnal glucose homeostasis in type 2 diabetes2014
Dr John Skamarauskas
Dr Fiona Oakley
Dr Fiona Smith
Carlo Bawn
Dr Michael Dunn
et al.
Non-invasive in vivo magnetic resonance measures of glutathione synthesis in human and rat liver as an oxidative stress biomarker2014
Iain Croall
Christopher Cowie
Dr Jiabao He
Anna Peel
Josh Wood
et al.
White matter correlates of cognitive dysfunction after mild traumatic brain injury2014
Dr Peter Thelwall
Dr Fiona Smith
Dr Djordje Jakovljevic
Professor Michael Trenell
Addition of protein and amino acids to maltodextrin and galactose does not enhance post-exercise liver and muscle glycogen synthesis2013
Philip Griffiths
Dr Fiona Smith
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Grainne Gorman
Professor Robert Taylor
et al.
Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia - Disease mechanisms and clinical outcome measures2013
Dr Cynthia Yu Wai Man
Dr Fiona Smith
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Grainne Gorman
Professor Robert Taylor
et al.
Extraocular Muscle Atrophy and Central Nervous System Involvement in Chronic Progressive External Ophthalmoplegia2013
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