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Professor Anthony Thody
The eicosanoid response to high dose UVR exposure of individuals prone and resistant to sunburn2012
Professor Anthony Thody
Prostaglandin D-2 production in FM55 melanoma cells is regulated by alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone and is not related to melanin production2010
Professor Anthony Thody
Prostaglandin-E2 is produced by adult human epidermal melanocytes in response to UVB in a melanogenesis-independent manner2010
Professor Anthony Thody
The sunburn response in human skin is characterized by sequential eicosanoid profiles that may mediate its early and late phases2009
Professor Anthony Thody
Proopiomelanocortin (POMC), the melanocortin precursor, is secreted by human epidermal keratinocytes and melanocytes and stimulates melanogenesis2008
Sarah Milner
Dr Kehinde Ross
Professor Anthony Thody
Professor Nick Reynolds
The anti-psoriatic drug anthralin inhibits calcium release from the endoplasmic reticulum, store-operated calcium entry and the translocation of stromal interacting molecule 1 (STIM1)2008
Professor Anthony Thody
Proopiomelanocortin (POMC), the ACTH/melanocortin precursor, is secreted by human epidermal keratinocytes and melanocytes and stimulates melanogenesis2007
Dr Kehinde Ross
Professor Anthony Thody
Melanin protects melanocytes and keratinocytes against H2O 2-induced DNA strand breaks through its ability to bind Ca 2+2004
Professor Anthony Thody
Prostaglandin production by melanocytic cells and the effect of α-melanocyte stimulating hormone2004
Professor Anthony Thody
Melanin has a role in Ca2+ homeostasis in human melanocytes2003
Professor Anthony Thody
Melanin protects against H2O2-induced DNA strand breaks through its ability to bind Ca2+2003
Dr Philip Manning
Dr Mark Cookson
Dr Christopher Eggett
Professor Anthony Thody
Professor Pamela Shaw
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Real-time measurement of free radical production using specific electrochemical sensors: New insight into the consequences of O2/- and NO flux2000
Alison Graham
Dr Philip Manning
Emeritus Professor Calum McNeil
Professor Anthony Thody
α-Melanocyte-stimulating hormone modulates nitric oxide production in melanocytes2000
Dr Philip Manning
Christopher McNeil
Professor Anthony Thody
alpha-MSH inhibits lipopolysaccharide induced nitric oxide production in B16 mouse melanoma cells1999
Professor Anthony Thody
Skin POMC peptides - Their binding affinities and activation of the human MC1 receptor1999
Amanda Graham
Professor Anthony Thody
Skin POMC peptides: Their binding affinities and activation of the human MC1 receptor1999
Dr Alison Graham
Professor Anthony Thody
The expression of alpha-MSH by melanocytes is reduced in vitiligo1999
Dr Philip Manning
Emeritus Professor Calum McNeil
Professor Anthony Thody
α-MSH inhibits lipopolysaccharide induced nitric oxide production in B16 mouse melanoma cells1999
Professor John Lunec
Carole Todd
Professor Anthony Thody

Cultured Human Melanocytes Respond to MSH Peptides and ACTH

1994
Professor John Lunec
Professor Anthony Thody

MSH Receptors and Function in Amelanotic B16 Melanoma-Cells

1993
Professor John Lunec
Professor Anthony Thody

Demonstration of specific melanocyte stimulating hormone receptors on human melanocytes grown in a system free of artificial mitogens

1992
Professor John Lunec
Professor Anthony Thody
MSH receptor expression and the relationship to melanogenesis and metastatic activity in B16 melanoma 1992
Professor John Lunec
Professor Anthony Thody
The expression of functional MSH receptors on cultured human melanocytes1992
Dr Chris Redfern
Professor Anthony Thody

Expression of tyrosinase gene during melanogenesis

1990
Professor John Lunec
Dr Gajanan Sherbet
Professor Anthony Thody
Alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone immunoreactivity in melanoma-cells1990
Dr Chris Redfern
Professor Anthony Thody
Immunohistochemical markers of human sebaceous gland differentiation1989
Dr Chris Redfern
Professor Anthony Thody
Investigation of differentiation markers in human sebaceous glands by indirect immunofluorescence1988
Professor John Lunec
Dr Gajanan Sherbet
Professor Anthony Thody
Pigment-cells are able to synthesize MSH peptides1988
Professor John Lunec
Dr Craig Parker
Dr Gajanan Sherbet
Professor Anthony Thody
Possible Autocrine Control of Growth and Progression of Melanonma by Alpha-MSH1988