Items where Author is "Duggan, O"

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Gibson, KL, Wu, Y, Barnett, Y, Duggan, O, Vaughan, R, Knodeatis, E, Nilsson, B, Wirkby, A, Kipling, D and Dunn-Walters, D, 2009. B cell diversity decreases in old age and is correlated with poor health status. Aging Cell, 8, pp. 18-25.

Hargreaves, A ORCID: 0000-0001-9754-5477, Taiwo, FA, Duggan, O, Kirk, SH and Ahmad, SI, 2007. Near-ultraviolet photolysis of beta-phenylpyruvic acid generates free radicals and results in DNA damage. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B-Biology, 89, pp. 110-116. ISSN 1011-1344

Annett, KE, Duggan, O, Freeburn, R, Hyland, P, Pawelec, G and Barnett, YA, 2005. An investigation of DNA mismatch repair capacity under normal culture conditions and under conditions of supra-physiological challenge in human CD4+T cell clones from donors of different ages. Experimental Gerontology, 40 (12), pp. 976-981. ISSN 0531-5565

Duggan, O, Hyland, P, Annett, K, Freeburn, R, Barnett, C, Pawelec, G and Barnett, Y, 2004. Effects of a reduced oxygen tension culture system on human T cell clones as a function of in vitro age. Experimental Gerontology, 39, pp. 525-530.

Annett, K, Hyland, P, Duggan, O, Barnett, C and Barnett, Y, 2004. An investigation of DNA excision repair capacity in human CD4+ T cell clones as a function of age in vitro. Experimental Gerontology, 39, pp. 491-498.

Ross, OA, Curran, MD, Middleton, D, McIlhatton, BP, Hyland, P, Duggan, O, Annett, K, Barnett, C and Barnett, Y, 2003. Genetic damage and ageing T cells. Advances in Cell Aging and Gerontology, 13, pp. 191-215.

Ross, OA, Curran, MD, Rea, IM, Hyland, P, Duggan, O, Barnett, CR, Annett, K, Patterson, W, Barnett, YA and Middleton, D, 2003. HLA haplotypes and TNF polymorphism do not associated with longevity in the Irish. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development, 124, pp. 563-567.

Hyland, P, Duggan, O, Turbitt, J, Coulter, J, Wikby, A, Johansson, B, Tompa, A, Barnett, C and Barnett, Y, 2001. Nonagenarians from the Swedish NONA Study have increased plasma antioxidant capacity and similar levels of DNA damage in peripheral blood mononuclear cells compared to younger control subjects. Experimental Gerontology (37), pp. 465-473.

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