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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Martin Edwards
Professor Andrew Cockburn
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
A proteomic-based approach to study underlying molecular responses of the small intestine of Wistar rats to genetically modified corn (MON810)2019
Baida Alshukri
Federica Astarita
Dr Mushtaq Al-Esawy
Professor Francesco Pennacchio
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
et al.
Targeting Potassium Ion Channels Genes SK and SH, as a Novel Approach for Control of Insect Pests: Efficacy and Biosafety2019
Tahsin Shoala
Dr Martin Edwards
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
OXI1 kinase plays a key role in resistance of Arabidopsis towards aphids (Myzus persicae)2018
Dr Martin Edwards
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
RNAi-mediated gene silencing in Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Oliver) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)2017
Dr Martin Edwards
Expression patterns of the glycogen phosphorylase gene related to larval diapause in Ostrinia furnacalis2016
Baida ALSHUKRI
Dr Munawar Ahmad
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Dr Martin Edwards
RNAi-mediated knockdown of the voltage gated sodium ion channel TcNav causes mortality in Tribolium castaneum2016
Dr Filitsa Karamaouna
Georgios Partsinevelos
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Dr Martin Edwards
Sublethal effects of the insecticidal fusion protein ω-ACTX-Hv1a/GNA on the parasitoid Eulophus pennicornis via its host Lacanobia oleracea2016
Dr Martin Edwards
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Expression of cytochrome P450 CYP81A6 in rice: tissue specificity, protein subcellular localization, and response to herbicide application2015
Dr Martin Edwards
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Functional analysis of a Wheat Homeodomain protein, TaR1, reveals that host chromatin remodelling influences the dynamics of the switch to necrotrophic growth in the phytopathogenic fungus Zymoseptoria tritici2015
Susanna Guan
Dr Natalie Ferry
Dr Martin Edwards
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Proteomic analysis shows that stress response proteins are significantly up-regulated in resistant diploid wheat (Triticum monococcum) in response to attack by the grain aphid (Sitobion avenae)2015
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