Rex Tyrrell
Rex Tyrrell
Professor of Pharmaceutical Science University of Bath
Verified email at bath.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Heme oxygenase is the major 32-kDa stress protein induced in human skin fibroblasts by UVA radiation, hydrogen peroxide, and sodium arsenite
SM Keyse, RM Tyrrell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (1), 99-103, 1989
14131989
The heme synthesis and degradation pathways: role in oxidant sensitivity: heme oxygenase has both pro-and antioxidant properties
SW Ryter, RM Tyrrell
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 28 (2), 289-309, 2000
8362000
Induction of heme oxygenase: a general response to oxidant stress in cultured mammalian cells
LA Applegate, P Luscher, RM Tyrrell
Cancer research 51 (3), 974-978, 1991
7341991
Heme oxygenase 1 mediates an adaptive response to oxidative stress in human skin fibroblasts
GF Vile, S Basu-Modak, C Waltner, RM Tyrrell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (7), 2607-2610, 1994
5551994
Oxidative stress resulting from ultraviolet A irradiation of human skin fibroblasts leads to a heme oxygenase-dependent increase in ferritin.
GF Vile, RM Tyrrell
Journal of Biological Chemistry 268 (20), 14678-14681, 1993
4371993
Induction of oxidative DNA base damage in human skin cells by UV and near visible radiation.
E Kvam, RM Tyrrell
Carcinogenesis 18 (12), 2379-2384, 1997
3631997
UVA radiation-induced oxidative damage to lipids and proteins in vitro and in human skin fibroblasts is dependent on iron and singlet oxygen
GF Vile, RM Tyrrell
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 18 (4), 721-730, 1995
3441995
New trends in photobiology the interaction of UVA radiation with cultured cells
RM Tyrrell, SM Keyse
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 4 (4), 349-361, 1990
3251990
Photocarcinogenesis: an overview
HS Black, FR DeGruijl, PD Forbes, JE Cleaver, HN Ananthaswamy, ...
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 40 (1), 29-47, 1997
2831997
Activation of mammalian gene expression by the UV component of sunlight–from models to reality
RM Tyrrell
Bioessays 18 (2), 139-148, 1996
2611996
Both near ultraviolet radiation and the oxidizing agent hydrogen peroxide induce a 32-kDa stress protein in normal human skin fibroblasts.
SM Keyse, RM Tyrrell
Journal of Biological Chemistry 262 (30), 14821-14825, 1987
2551987
Singlet molecular oxygen (1O2): a possible effector of eukaryotic gene expression
SW Ryter, RM Tyrrell
Free radical biology and medicine 24 (9), 1520-1534, 1998
2391998
Endogenous glutathione levels modulate both constitutive and UVA radiation/hydrogen peroxide inducible expression of the human heme oxygenase gene
D Lautier, P Luscher, RM Tyrrell
Carcinogenesis 13 (2), 227-232, 1992
2391992
Singlet oxygen involvement in the inactivation of cultured human fibroblasts by UVA (334 nm, 365 nm) and near‐visible (405 nm) radiations
REXM TYRRELL, M PIDOUX
Photochemistry and photobiology 49 (4), 407-412, 1989
2331989
Tea flavonoids and cardiovascular health
RA Riemersma, CA Rice‐Evans, RM Tyrrell, MN Clifford, MEJ Lean
Qjm 94 (5), 277-282, 2001
2272001
Induction of pyrimidine dimers in bacterial DNA by 365 nm radiation
REXM TYRRELL
Photochemistry and photobiology 17 (1), 69-73, 1973
2271973
Oxidant stress leads to transcriptional activation of the human heme oxygenase gene in cultured skin fibroblasts.
SM Keyse, LA Applegate, Y Tromvoukis, RM Tyrrell
Molecular and cellular biology 10 (9), 4967-4969, 1990
2261990
Singlet oxygen: a primary effector in the ultraviolet A/near-visible light induction of the human heme oxygenase gene
S Basu-Modak, RM Tyrrell
Cancer research 53 (19), 4505-4510, 1993
2081993
Epicatechin and its in vivo metabolite, 3′-O-methyl epicatechin, protect human fibroblasts from oxidative-stress-induced cell death involving caspase-3 activation
JPE SPENCER, H SCHROETER, G KUHNLE, SKS SRAI, RM TYRRELL, ...
Biochemical Journal 354 (3), 493-500, 2001
2002001
UVA (320-380 nm) radiation as an oxidative stress
RM Tyrrell
Oxidative stress: oxidants and antioxidants, 1991
1881991
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