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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Glyn Nelson
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Bioengineering the microanatomy of human skin2019
Dr Mikolaj Ogrodnik
Dr Olena Kucheryavenko
Julien Glibert
Dr Satomi Miwa
Abbas Ishaq
et al.
The bystander effect contributes to the accumulation of senescent cells in vivo2019
Dr Olena Kucheryavenko
Dr Glyn Nelson
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Dr Viktor Korolchuk
Dr Bernadette Carroll
et al.
The mTORC1-autophagy pathway is a target for senescent cell elimination2019
Dr Glyn Nelson
Dr Olena Kucheryavenko
James Wordsworth
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
The senescent bystander effect is caused by ROS-activated NF-κB signalling2018
Dr Bernadette Carroll
Dr Glyn Nelson
Dr Yoana Rabanal Ruiz
Dr Olena Kucheryavenko
Professor Penny Lovat
et al.
Persistent mTORC1 signaling in cell senescence results from defects in amino acid and growth factor sensing2017
Ciaran Welsh
Dr Glyn Nelson
Dr Daryl Shanley
Systems modelling ageing: From single senescent cells to simple multi-cellular models2017
Dr Satomi Miwa
Dr Achim Treumann
Amy Bell
Dr Glyn Nelson
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
et al.
Carboxylesterase converts Amplex red to resorufin: Implications for mitochondrial H2O2 release assays2016
Dr Clara Correia Melo
Francisco Marques
Rhys Anderson
Dr Graeme Hewitt
Dr Bernadette Carroll
et al.
Mitochondria are required for pro-ageing features of the senescent phenotype2016
Dr Filippo Scialo
Ashwin Sriram
Dr Glyn Nelson
Professor Alberto Sanz Montero
Mitochondrial ROS Produced via Reverse Electron Transport Extend Animal Lifespan2016
Dr Graeme Hewitt
Dr Bernadette Carroll
Dr Clara Correia Melo
Mikolaj Ogrodnik
Dr Glyn Nelson
et al.
SQSTM1/p62 mediates crosstalk between autophagy and the UPS in DNA repair2016
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