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Dr Alistair Leitch
Tarek Abdelghany
Dr Phillip Probert
Dr Stephanie Meyer
Dr Jeremy Palmer
et al.
The toxicity of the methylimidazolium ionic liquids, with a focus on M8OI and hepatic effects2020
Rachel Wilson
Charlotte Candlish
Dr Ibrahim Ibrahim
Dr Alistair Leitch
Tarek Abdelghany
et al.
Expression of serine/threonine protein kinase SGK1F promotes an hepatoblast state in stem cells directed to differentiate into hepatocytes2019
Professor Matthew Wright
Ionic Liquids: New Emerging Pollutants, Similarities with Perfluorinated Alkyl Substances (PFASs)2019
Dr Aimen Amer
Gourab Sen
Jeremy French
Colin Wilson
Professor Derek Manas
et al.
The association of pregnane X receptor activation with outcomes after liver transplantation—A retrospective study2019
Dr Emma Fairhall
Dr Alistair Leitch
Anne Lakey
Dr Phillip Probert
Carol De Santis
et al.
Glucocorticoid-induced pancreatic-hepatic trans-differentiation in a human cell line in vitro2018
Dr Emma Fairhall
Dr Alistair Leitch
Anne Lakey
Tarek Abdelghany
Dr Ibrahim Ibrahim
et al.
HNF4alpha expression amplifies the glucocorticoid-induced conversion of a human pancreatic cell line to an hepatocyte-like cell2018
Dr Phillip Probert
Dr Alistair Leitch
Dr Michael Dunn
Dr Stephanie Meyer
Dr Jeremy Palmer
et al.
Identification of a xenobiotic as a potential environmental trigger in primary biliary cholangitis2018
Dr Alistair Leitch
Anne Lakey
will Hotham
Professor Loranne Agius
Professor George Kass
et al.
The ionic liquid 1-octyl-3-methylimidazolium (M8OI) is an activator of the human estrogen receptor alpha2018
Dr Alistair Leitch
Philip Probert
Dr Stephanie Meyer
Professor George Kass
Professor Matthew Wright
et al.
B-13 progenitor-derived hepatocytes (B-13/H cells) model lipid dysregulation in response to drugs and chemicals2017
Dr Stephanie Meyer
Dr Phillip Probert
Anne Lakey
Dr Alistair Leitch
Dr Lynsay Blake
et al.
Environmental xenoestrogens super-activate a variant murine ER beta in cholangiocytes2017
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