Browsing publications by Dr Kathleen Scougall

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Aiman Mahmoud
Dr Ali Aldibbiat
Dr Susan Campbell
Dr Graham Holliman
Dr Kathleen Scougall
et al.
Expression, storage and rapid regulated secretion of active glucagon like peptide-1 following muscle-targeted gene transfer2008
Dr Ali Aldibbiat
Dr Kathleen Scougall
Dr Susan Campbell
Professor James Shaw
Inability to process and store proinsulin in transdifferentiated pancreatic acinar cells lacking the regulated secretory pathway2008
Dr Catherine Arden
Dr Alison Trainer
Dr Kathleen Scougall
Professor James Shaw
Professor Loranne Agius
et al.
Cell biology assessment of glucokinase mutations V62M and G72R in pancreatic β-cells: Evidence for cellular instability of catalytic activity2007
Dr Catherine Arden
Dr Kathleen Scougall
Professor James Shaw
Professor Loranne Agius
[abstract] Generation of MIN6 stable cell lines expressing GFP-tagged glucokinase for cellular analysis of glucokinase mutants2006
Marcus Wilson
Dr Kathleen Scougall
Dr Elizabeth McIntyre
Professor James Shaw
Storage, processing and rapid regulated secretion of insulin following gene transfer to human muscle2006
Simon Cotterill
Professor Geoff Hammond
Dr Tony McDonald
Paul Drummond
David Teasdale
et al.
Implementing ePortfolios: adapting technology to suit pedagogy and not vice versa!2005
Dr Ali Aldibbiat
Dr Kathleen Scougall
Dr Susan Campbell
Professor James Shaw
Proinsulin overexpression as a tool for characterization of β-cell phenotype in transdifferentiation studies2005
Dr Kathleen Scougall
Dr Elizabeth McIntyre
Professor James Shaw
Tetracycline-regulated secretion of human (pro)insulin following plasmid-mediated transfection of human muscle2005
Dr Ali Aldibbiat
Dr Kathleen Scougall
Dr Susan Campbell
Professor James Shaw
Characterisation of pancreatic acinar cells for endocrine potential and determination of proinsulin processing and secretion following transfection with a human preproinsulin gene2004
Jarupa Ratanamart
Dr Kathleen Scougall
Professor John Kirby
Professor James Shaw
Establishment of an in vitro bioassay for immunogenicity of bacterial lipopolysaccharide and unmethylated CpG motifs in plasmid-derived gene therapy vectors2004
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