Items where Author is "Hanna, K"

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YUN, H., DUMBELL, R., HANNA, K., BOWEN, J., MCLEAN, S.L., KANTAMNENI, S., PORS, K., WU, Q.-F. and HELFER, G., 2022. The chemerin-CMKLR1 axis is functionally important for central regulation of energy homeostasis. Frontiers in Physiology, 13: 897105. ISSN 1664-042X

LAVILLA, C.J., BILLACURA, M.P., HANNA, K., BOOCOCK, D.J., COVENEY, C., MILES, A.K., FOULDS, G.A., MURPHY, A., TAN, A., JACKISCH, L., SAYERS, S.R., CATON, P.W., DOIG, C.L., MCTERNAN, P.G., COLOMBO, S.L., SALE, C. and TURNER, M.D., 2021. Carnosine protects stimulus-secretion coupling through prevention of protein carbonyl adduction events in cells under metabolic stress. Free Radical Biology and Medicine. ISSN 0891-5849

CRIPPS, M.J., BAGNATI, M., JONES, T.A., OGUNKOLADE, B.W., SAYERS, S.R., CATON, P.W., HANNA, K., BILLACURA, M., FAIR, K., NELSON, C.P., LOWE, R., HITMAN, G.A., BERRY, M.D. and TURNER, M.D., 2020. Identification of a subset of trace amine-associated receptors and ligands as potential modulators of insulin secretion. Biochemical Pharmacology, 171: 113685. ISSN 0006-2952

CRIPPS, M.J., HANNA, K., LAVILLA, C., SAYERS, S.R., CATON, P.W., SIMS, C., DE GIROLAMO, L., SALE, C. and TURNER, M.D., 2017. Carnosine scavenging of glucolipotoxic free radicals enhances insulin secretion and glucose uptake. Scientific Reports, 7 (1), p. 13313. ISSN 2045-2322

BAGNATI, M., OGUNKOLADE, B.W., MARSHALL, C., TUCCI, C., HANNA, K., JONES, T.A., BUGLIANI, M., NEDJAI, B., CATON, P.W., KIESWICH, J., YAQOOB, M.M., BALL, G.R., MARCHETTI, P., HITMAN, G.A. and TURNER, M.D., 2016. Glucolipotoxicity initiates pancreatic β-cell death through 1 tumour necrosis factor receptor 5 (TNFR5 / CD40) mediated 2 STAT1 and NF-κB activation. Cell Death and Disease, 7, e2329. ISSN 2041-4889

Thesis

HANNA, K., 2018. Novel mechanisms of glucolipotoxic pancreatic beta cell death. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

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