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Dr Claire Granger
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Dr Chris Lamb
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Maternal breastmilk, infant gut microbiome and the impact on preterm infant health2021
Dr Alistair Leitch
Dr Ibrahim Ibrahim
Dr Tarek Mamdouh Abdelghany
Dr Alex Charlton
Clair Roper
et al.
The methylimidazolium ionic liquid M8OI is detectable in human sera and is subject to biliary excretion in perfused human liver2021
Professor Quentin Anstee
Dr Rebecca Darlay
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Olivier Govaere
Dr Dina Tiniakos
et al.
Genome-Wide Association Study of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver and Steatohepatitis in a Histologically-Characterised Cohort2020
Dr Alistair Leitch
Dr Tarek Mamdouh 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
Dr Olivier Govaere
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Dina Tiniakos
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Massimo Younes
et al.
Transcriptomic profiling across the nonalcoholic fatty liver disease spectrum reveals gene signatures for steatohepatitis and fibrosis2020
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 Emma Scott
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Professor Quentin Anstee
Impaired hepatic lipid synthesis from polyunsaturated fatty acids in TM6SF2 E167K variant carriers with NAFLD2017
Dr Phillip Probert
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Dr Aimen Amer
Steven White
Professor David Jones
et al.
Progenitor-derived hepatocyte-like (B-13/H) cells metabolise 1′-hydroxyestragole to a genotoxic species via a SULT2B1-dependent mechanism2016
Dr Jess Dyson
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Dr Lin Lee Wong
Dr Stuart Kendrick
Professor David Jones
et al.
Understanding the importance of pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines in autoimmune hepatitis2016
Dr Edwin Wong
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Professor Neil Sheerin
Dr Isabel Pappworth
FH1-5(18-20) ameliorates experimental C3 glomerulopathy; generation and testing of a murine version for further pre-clinical experiments2015
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