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Murray, Andrew J. and Knight, Nicholas S. and Cole, Mark A. and Cochlin, Lowri E. and Carter, Emma and Tchabanenko, Kirill and Pichulik, Tica and Gulston, Melanie K. and Atherton, Helen J. and Schroeder, Marie A. and Deacon, Robert M. J. and Kashiwaya, Yoshihiro and King, M. Todd and Pawlosky, Robert and Rawlins, J. Nicholas P. and Tyler, Damian J. and Griffin, Julian L. and Robertson, Jeremy and Veech, Richard L. and Clarke, Kieran (2016) A novel ketone diet enhances physical and cognitive performance. FASEB Journal . ISSN 1530-6860
Mansor, Latt S. and Mehta, Keshavi and Aksentijevic, Dunja and Carr, Carolyn A. and Lund, Trine and Cole, Mark A. and Page, Lydia Le and Sousa Fialho, Maria da Luz and Shattock, Michael J. and Aasum, Ellen and Clarke, Kieran and Tyler, Damian J. and Heather, Lisa C. (2016) Increased oxidative metabolism following hypoxia in the type 2 diabetic heart, despite normal hypoxia signalling and metabolic adaptation. Journal of Physiology, 594 (2). pp. 307-320. ISSN 1469-7793
Cole, Mark and Abd Jamil, Amira H. and Heather, Lisa C. and Murray, Andrew J. and Sutton, Elizabeth R. and Slingo, Mary and Sebag-Montefiore, Liam and Tan, Suat Cheng and Aksentijević, Dunja and Gildea, Ottilie S. and Stuckey, Daniel J. and Yeoh, Kar Kheng and Carr, Carolyn A. and Evans, Rhys D. and Aasum, Ellen and Schofield, Christopher J. and Ratcliffe, Peter J. and Neubauer, Stefan and Robbins, Peter A. and Clarke, Kieran (2016) On the pivotal role of PPARa in adaptation of the heart to hypoxia and why fat in the diet increases hypoxic injury. FASEB Journal, 30 (8). pp. 2684-2697. ISSN 0892-6638
Slingo, Mary and Cole, Mark and Carr, Carolyn and Curtis, Mary K. and Dodd, Michael and Giles, Lucia and Heather, Lisa C. and Tyler, Damian and Clarke, Kieran and Robbins, Peter A. (2016) The von Hippel-Lindau Chuvash mutation in mice alters cardiac substrate and high energy phosphate metabolism. American Journal of Physiology – Heart and Circulatory Physiology . ISSN 1522-1539