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Shantsila, E., Ghattas, A., Griffiths, H. R. and Lip, G. Y. H. (2019) Mon2 predicts poor outcome in ST-elevation myocardial infarction Journal of Internal Medicine, 285 (3). pp. 301-316.

Dias, I, Brown, C, Shabir, K, Polidori, M and Griffiths, Helen (2018) miRNA 933 Expression by Endothelial Cells is Increased by 27-Hydroxycholesterol and is More Prevalent in Plasma from Dementia Patients Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 64 (3). pp. 1009-1017.

Ademowo, O, Dias, H, Burton, D and Griffiths, Helen (2017) Lipid (per) oxidation in mitochondria: an emerging target in the ageing process? Biogerontology, 18 (6). pp. 859-879.

Ademowo, OS, Dias, HKI, Milic, I, Devitt, A, Moran, R, Mulcahy, R, Howard, AN, Nolan, JM and Griffiths, HR (2017) Phospholipid oxidation and carotenoid supplementation in Alzheimer’s disease patients Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 108. pp. 77-85.

Griffiths, HR (2016) Age-associated changes in long-chain fatty acid profile during healthy aging promote pro-inflammatory monocyte polarization via PPARc Aging Cell, 15 (1). pp. 128-139.

Dunston, CR, Herbert, R and Griffiths, HR (2015) Improving T cell- induced response to subunit vaccines: opportunities for a proteomic systems approach JOURNAL OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACOLOGY, 67 (3). pp. 290-299.

Jackson, MJ, Papa, S, Bolaños, J, Bruckdorfer, R, Carlsen, H, Elliott, RM, Flier, J, Griffiths, HR, Heales, S, Holst, B, Lorusso, M, Lund, E, Øivind Moskaug, J, Moser, U, Di Paola, M, Polidori, MC, Signorile, A, Stahl, W, Viña-Ribes, J and Astley, SB (2002) Antioxidants, reactive oxygen and nitrogen species, gene induction and mitochondrial function. Mol Aspects Med, 23 (1-3). pp. 209-285.

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