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2012The Impact of Natural and Synthetic PPARγ ligands on Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress and the Unfolded Protein ResponseWebb, Richard; Thomas, Andrew; Morris, Keith; Isa, Suleiman
18-Mar-2016Interleukin-6 and associated cytokine responses to an acute bout of high intensity interval exercise: the effect of exercise intensity and volumeCullen, Tom; Thomas, Andrew; Webb, Richard; Hughes, Michael G.
2010Low-intensity exercise enhances expression of markers of alternative activation in circulating leukocytes: Roles of PPARy and Th2 cytokinesYakeu, G.; Butcher, Lee; Isa, S.A.; Webb, Richard; Roberts, Aled W.; Thomas, Andrew; Backx, Karianne; James, P.E.; Morris, Keith
2008Low-intensity exercise exerts beneficial effects on plasma lipids via PPARFButcher, Lee; Thomas, Andrew; Backx, Karianne; Roberts, Aled W.; Webb, Richard; Morris, Keith
2013Matrix Metalloproteinase-9 and Augmentation Index are reduced with an 8-week green-exercise walking programmeMcDonnell, Barry. J; Thompson, Jane. E.S; Webb, Richard; Hewlett, Paul; Llewellyn, David
23-Jun-2016Moderate-intensity exercise alters markers of alternative activation in circulating monocytes in females: a putative role for PPARγRuffino, Jose; Davies, Nia; Morris, Keith; Ludgate, Marian; Zhang, L.; Webb, Richard; Thomas, Andrew
2009The Non-Genomic Effects Of The PPAR-γ Ligand Rosiglitazone On Intracellular Calcium Concentrations In Mammalian Monocytic And Smooth Muscle CellsWebb, Richard; Thomas, Andrew; Lang, Derek; Caddy, Joanne
Feb-2015The relationship between interleukin-6 in saliva, venous and capillary plasma, at rest and in response to exerciseCullen, Tom; Thomas, Andrew; Webb, Richard; Hughes, Michael G.
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