Browsing publications by Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Terry Aspray
Dr Thomas Hill
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
25-hydroxyvitamin D and increased all-cause mortality in very old women: the Newcastle 85+ study2014
Dr Joanna Collerton
Dr Hannah Gautrey
Sanne van Otterdijk
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
et al.
Acquisition of aberrant DNA methylation is associated with frailty in the very old: findings from the Newcastle 85+Study2014
Laura Wiley
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Professor Carol Jagger
Mohammad Yadegarfar
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
et al.
Gender and telomere length: Systematic review and meta-analysis2014
Dr Kristin Ayers
Professor Heather Cordell
Dr Joanna Collerton
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
et al.
Genome-wide association meta-analysis of human longevity identifies a novel locus conferring survival beyond 90 years of age2014
Laura Wiley
Deepthi Ashok
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
David Talbot
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
Reactive Oxygen Species Production and Mitochondrial Dysfunction in White Blood Cells Are Not Valid Biomarkers of Ageing in the Very Old2014
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Thomas Hill
Professor Thomas Kirkwood CBE
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and cognitive decline in the very old: The Newcastle 85+ study2014
Dr Joanna Collerton
Andrew Kingston
Dr Fahad Yousaf
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Antoinette Kenny
et al.
Utility of NT-proBNP as a rule-out test for left ventricular dysfunction in very old people with limiting dyspnoea: the Newcastle 85+Study2014
Dr Antoneta Granic
Professor Thomas Kirkwood CBE
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
Dr Thomas Hill
et al.
25-hydroxyvitamin D and increased risk of all-cause mortality in very old women: The Newcastle 85+ study.2013
Dr Glyn Nelson
James Wordsworth
Dr Diana Jurk
Dr Conor Lawless
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
et al.
A senescent cell bystander effect: senescence-induced senescence2012
Dr Mark Pearce
Kay Mann
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Martin White
et al.
Childhood Growth, IQ and Education as Predictors of White Blood Cell Telomere Length at Age 49-51 Years: The Newcastle Thousand Families Study2012
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