Affiliation: University of Bristol
- Collagen cross-links in mineralizing tissues: a review of their chemistry, function, and clinical relevanceL Knott
Collagen Research Group, Division of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Bristol, Langford, UK
Bone 22:181-7. 1998..This review also demonstrates the potential for further study into this area to provide more subtle information into the mechanisms and etiology of disease and aging of mineralizing tissues...
- Homocysteine oxidation and apoptosis: a potential cause of cleft palateLynda Knott
Division of Child Dental Health, Dental School, University of Bristol, United Kingdom BS1 2LY
In Vitro Cell Dev Biol Anim 39:98-105. 2003..We have demonstrated that biologically relevant levels of homocysteine in combination with copper can result in apoptosis as a result of oxidative stress; therefore, homocysteine has the potential to disrupt normal palate development...
- Mechanisms of maturation and ageing of collagenA J Bailey
Collagen Research Group, University of Bristol, Langford, UK
Mech Ageing Dev 106:1-56. 1998..An understanding of these mechanisms is now leading to the development of inhibitors of glycation and compounds capable of cleaving the cross-links, thus alleviating the devastating effects of ageing...
- Microarray analysis of murine palatogenesis: temporal expression of genes during normal palate developmentNathan L Brown
Division of Child Dental Health, University of Bristol Dental School, Lower Maudlin Street, Bristol, BS1 2LY, UK
Dev Growth Differ 45:153-65. 2003..Candidate genes with a putative role in cleft palate are also highlighted...