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Kyle Stanforth
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Iain Brownlee
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Christopher Ward
et al.
In vitro modelling of the mucosa of the oesophagus and upper digestive tract: narrative review2022
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Peter Chater
Kyle Stanforth
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
The rheological properties of an alginate satiety formulation in a physiologically relevant human model gut system2022
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Peter Chater
Moaz Zulali
Dr Edward Okello
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
et al.
The effect of seaweed enriched bread on carbohydrate digestion and the release of glucose from food2021
Dr Dave Houghton
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Iain Brownlee
Dr Peter Chater
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
et al.
Acceptability of alginate enriched bread and its effect on fat digestion in humans2019
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Encapsulation of stevia rebaudiana Bertoni aqueous crude extracts by ionic gelation – Effects of alginate blends and gelling solutions on the polyphenolic profile2019
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Peter Chater
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Letter: studies of salivary pepsin in patients with gastro-oesophageal reflux disease2019
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
The effect of thiamine-coating nanoparticles on their biodistribution and fate following oral administration2019
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Efficacy and safety concerns over the use of mucus modulating agents for drug delivery using nanoscale systems2018
Cassie Bakshani
Dr ana Morales Garcia
Dr Mike Althaus
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
et al.
Evolutionary conservation of the antimicrobial function of mucus: a first defence against infection2018
Dr Iain Brownlee
Dr Saloni Kaur Dang
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Dr Peter Chater
et al.
Starch digestion in the upper gastrointestinal tract of humans2018
Dr Saloni Kaur Dang
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Dr Iain Brownlee
et al.
The impact of dietary fibres on the physiological processes of the large intestine2018
Dr Iain Brownlee
Dr Peter Chater
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dietary fibre and weight loss: Where are we now?2017
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Evaluation of the cytotoxicity, genotoxicity and mucus permeation capacity of several surface modified poly(anhydride) nanoparticles designed for oral drug delivery2017
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Peter Chater
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
ζ potential changing nanoparticles as cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator gene delivery system: An in vitro evaluation2017
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Paul Cherry
Dr Iain Brownlee
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
et al.
Inhibitory activity of extracts of Hebridean brown seaweeds on lipase activity2016
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Matthew Wilcox
The properties of the mucus barrier, a unique gel - how can nanoparticles cross it?2016
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Iain Brownlee
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
A synthetic model gut system to study macronutrient digestion in vitro2015
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Iain Brownlee
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Alginate as a protease inhibitor in vitro and in a model gut system; selective inhibition of pepsin but not trypsin2015
Dr Dave Houghton
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Iain Brownlee
Professor Mike Trenell
et al.
Alginate enriched bread attenuates circulating lipids and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease2015
Dr Dave Houghton
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Iain Brownlee
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
et al.
Biological activity of alginate and its effect on pancreatic lipase inhibition as a potential treatment for obesity2015
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Mucus permeating carriers: formulation and characterization of highly densely charged nanoparticles2015
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Nanoparticles decorated with proteolytic enzymes, a promising strategy to overcome the mucus barrier2015
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Optimal design for studying mucoadhesive polymers interaction with gastric mucin using a quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation (QCM-D): Comparison of two different mucin origins2015
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Peter Chater
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
The effect of nanoparticle permeation on the bulk rheological properties of mucus from the small intestine2015
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Dr Iain Brownlee
The impact of dietary fibres on the physiological processes governing small intestinal digestive processes2015
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Dave Houghton
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
The role of seaweed bioactives in the control of digestion: implications for obesity treatments2015
Dr Dave Houghton
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Iain Brownlee
Dr Peter Chater
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
et al.
Method for quantifying alginate and determining release from a food vehicle in gastrointestinal digesta2014
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Iain Brownlee
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
The modulation of pancreatic lipase activity by alginates2014
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Development and Evaluation of a Novel Mucus Diffusion Test System Approved by Self-Nanoemulsifying Drug Delivery Systems2013
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Dr Peter Chater
Dr Iain Brownlee
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Inhibitory activities of three Malaysian edible seaweeds on lipase and α-amylase2013
Dr Iain Brownlee
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Physiological parameters governing the action of pancreatic lipase2010
Dr Iain Brownlee
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Applications of Alginates in Food2009