Items where Author is "Faulkner, A"

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Faulkner, A and Tamiato, A and Cathery, W and Rampin, A and Caravaggi, C M and Jover, E and Allen, S and Mellor, H and Hauton, D and Heather, L C and Spinetti, G and Madeddu, P (2020) Dimethyl-2-oxoglutarate improves redox balance and mitochondrial function in muscle pericytes of individuals with diabetes mellitus. Diabetologia, 63 (10). pp. 2205-2217. ISSN 0012-186X

Faulkner, A and Lynam, E and Purcell, R and Jones, C and Lopez, C and Board, M and Wagner, K-D and Wagner, N and Carr, C and Wheeler-Jones, C (2020) Context-dependent regulation of endothelial cell metabolism: differential effects of the PPAR╬▓/╬┤ agonist GW0742 and VEGF-A. Scientific Reports, 10 (1). ISSN 2045-2322

Latham, S H and Purcell, R and Nicolaou, A and Faulkner, A and Bishop-Bailey, D and Botham, K M and Hall, W and Wheeler-Jones, C P D (2015) CYTO-PROTECTIVE AND PRO-REPAIR ACTIONS OF N-3 PUFA AND THEIR OXYGENATED METABOLITES: ROLES FOR ENDOTHELIAL NOX4 AND FPR2/ALX. JOURNAL OF VASCULAR RESEARCH, 52. p. 56.

Carter, S E and Faulkner, A and Rakobowchuk, M (2014) The role of prostaglandin and antioxidant availability in recovery from forearm ischemia-reperfusion injury in humans. JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION, 32 (2). pp. 339-351.

Faulkner, A and Purcell, R and Hibbert, A and Latham, S H and Thomson, S and Hall, W L and Wheeler-Jones, C P D and Bishop-Bailey, D (2014) A thin layer angiogenesis assay: a modified basement matrix assay for assessment of endothelial cell differentiation. BMC Cell Biology, 15.

Book Section

Bishop-Bailey, D and Thomson, S and Askari, A and Faulkner, A and Wheeler-Jones, C P D (2014) Lipid-Metabolizing CYPs in the Regulation and Dysregulation of Metabolism. In: UNSPECIFIED UNSPECIFIED, pp. 261-279.

Conference or Workshop Item

Faulkner, A and Jones, C and Watts, S and Purcell, R and Carr, C and Board, M and Wheeler-Jones, C P D and Bishop-Bailey, D (2015) AGONIST-DEPENDENT UTILISATION OF NAD plus FOR METABOLIC REGULATION OF TUBULOGENESIS BY HUMAN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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