Browsing publications by Professor Loranne Agius

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Kirsty Cullen
Dr Ziad Al-Oanzi
Professor Loranne Agius
Dr Catherine Arden
Glucagon induces translocation of glucokinase from the cytoplasm to the nucleus of hepatocytes by transfer between 6-phosphofructo 2-kinase/fructose 2,6-bisphosphatase-2 and the glucokinase regulatory protein2014
Dr John Petrie
Sofia Fountana
Professor Loranne Agius
Opposite effects of glucokinase activators and metformin on gene expression in hepatocytes2014
Professor Loranne Agius
Structure based inhibitor design targeting glycogen phosphorylase b. Virtual screening, synthesis, biochemical and biological assessment of novel N-acyl- β Normal 0 false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE - ᴅ Normal 0 false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE -glucopyranosylamines2014
Dr Phillip Probert
Git Chung
Dr Simon Cockell
Professor Loranne Agius
Steven White
et al.
Utility of B-13 Progenitor-Derived Hepatocytes in Hepatotoxicity and Genotoxicity Studies2014
Dr John Petrie
Dr Ziad Al-Oanzi
Dr Catherine Arden
Dr Susan Tudhope
Dr Jelena Mann
et al.
Glucose induces protein targeting to glycogen in hepatocytes by fructose 2,6-bisphosphate-mediated recruitment of MondoA to the promoter2013
Professor Loranne Agius
High-carbohydrate diets induce hepatic insulin resistance to protect the liver from substrate overload2013
Dr Gillian Patman
Professor Loranne Agius
Douglas Hui
Dr Despoina Televantou
Dr Helen Reeves
et al.
Post-transcriptional activation of PPAR alpha by KLF6 in hepatic steatosis2013
Dr Susan Tudhope
Fiona Malcomson
Dr Catherine Arden
Dr Laura Hampson
Professor Loranne Agius
et al.
A Novel Mechanism for Regulating Hepatic Glycogen Synthesis Involving Serotonin and Cyclin-Dependent Kinase-52012
Professor Loranne Agius
Comment on: Stefanovski et al. Estimating Hepatic Glucokinase Activity Using a Simple Model of Lactate Kinetics. Diabetes Care 2012;35: 1015-10202012
Dr Catherine Arden
Dr Susan Tudhope
Dr Ziad Al-Oanzi
Kirsty Cullen
Professor Loranne Agius
et al.
Fructose 2,6-bisphosphate is essential for glucose-regulated genetranscription of glucose-6-phosphatase and other ChREBP target genes inhepatocytes2012
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