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MicroRNA-196a links human body fat distribution to adipose tissue extracellular matrix composition.

Journal article

Hilton C. et al, (2019), EBioMedicine, 44, 467 - 475

A cellular model for the investigation of depot specific human adipocyte biology.

Journal article

Todorčević M. et al, (2017), Adipocyte, 6, 40 - 55

American Diabetes Association meeting report.

Conference paper

Hilton C. and Beer NL., (2016), J Clin Transl Endocrinol, 5, 53 - 54

Effect of microRNA-196a on regulation of body-fat distribution in man

Conference paper

Hilton C. et al, (2014), LANCET, 383, 56 - 56

MicroRNA-196a is a potential regulator of body fat distribution in humans

Conference paper

Hilton CZE. et al, (2013), DIABETOLOGIA, 56, S316 - S316

Circulating microRNAs: what is their relevance?

Journal article

Hilton C. and Karpe F., (2013), Clin Chem, 59, 729 - 731

MicroRNAs in adipose tissue: Their role in adipogenesis and obesity

Journal article

Hilton C. et al, (2013), International Journal of Obesity, 37, 325 - 332

What should prompt an urgent referral to a community mental health team?

Journal article

Hilton C. et al, (2008), Ment Health Fam Med, 5, 197 - 201