William Willmore
William Willmore
Professor of Biochemistry, Carleton University
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Quantification of lipid peroxidation in tissue extracts based on Fe (III) xylenol orange complex formation
M Hermes-Lima, WG Willmore, KB Storey
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 19 (3), 271-280, 1995
Inhibition of hypoxia-inducible factor 1 activation by carbon monoxide and nitric oxide: implications for oxygen sensing and signaling
LE Huang, WG Willmore, J Gu, MA Goldberg, HF Bunn
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274 (13), 9038-9044, 1999
Redox regulation of mitochondrial function with emphasis on cysteine oxidation reactions
RJ Mailloux, X Jin, WG Willmore
Redox biology 2, 123-139, 2014
A comparative and evolutionary approach to oxidative stress in fish: a review
K Birnie‐Gauvin, D Costantini, SJ Cooke, WG Willmore
Fish and Fisheries 18 (5), 928-942, 2017
Antioxidant systems and anoxia tolerance in a freshwater turtle Trachemys scripta elegans
WG Willmore, KB Storey
Molecular and cellular biochemistry 170, 177-185, 1997
Validation of reflex indicators for measuring vitality and predicting the delayed mortality of wild coho salmon bycatch released from fishing gears
GD Raby, MR Donaldson, SG Hinch, DA Patterson, AG Lotto, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (1), 90-98, 2012
Cadmium telluride quantum dots cause oxidative stress leading to extrinsic and intrinsic apoptosis in hepatocellular carcinoma HepG2 cells
KC Nguyen, WG Willmore, AF Tayabali
Toxicology 306, 114-123, 2013
A current overview of the biological and cellular effects of nanosilver
SJ Cameron, F Hosseinian, WG Willmore
International journal of molecular sciences 19 (7), 2030, 2018
Regulation of iron pathways in response to hypoxia
NL Chepelev, WG Willmore
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 50 (6), 645-666, 2011
Rapid detection of circulating breast cancer cells using a multiresonant optical fiber aptasensor with plasmonic amplification
M Loyez, EM Hassan, M Lobry, F Liu, C Caucheteur, R Wattiez, ...
ACS sensors 5 (2), 454-463, 2020
S-glutathionylation reactions in mitochondrial function and disease
RJ Mailloux, WG Willmore
Frontiers in cell and developmental biology 2, 68, 2014
Mitochondrial toxicity of cadmium telluride quantum dot nanoparticles in mammalian hepatocytes
KC Nguyen, P Rippstein, AF Tayabali, WG Willmore
Toxicological sciences 146 (1), 31-42, 2015
Hypoxia-inducible factor signaling provides protection in Clostridium difficile-induced intestinal injury
SA Hirota, K Fines, J Ng, D Traboulsi, J Lee, E Ihara, Y Li, WG Willmore, ...
Gastroenterology 139 (1), 259-269. e3, 2010
Glutathione systems and anoxia tolerance in turtles
WG Willmore, KB Storey
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 1997
Lentils enhance probiotic growth in yogurt and provide added benefit of antioxidant protection
R Agil, A Gaget, J Gliwa, TJ Avis, WG Willmore, F Hosseinian
LWT-Food Science and Technology 50 (1), 45-49, 2013
Changing gears in Nrf1 research, from mechanisms of regulation to its role in disease and prevention
M Bugno, M Daniel, NL Chepelev, WG Willmore
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Gene Regulatory Mechanisms 1849 (10 …, 2015
Peptidomic analysis of hydrolyzed oat bran proteins, and their in vitro antioxidant and metal chelating properties
R Esfandi, WG Willmore, A Tsopmo
Food chemistry 279, 49-57, 2019
Plant phenolics regulate neoplastic cell growth and survival: a quantitative structure–activity and biochemical analysis
CS Harris, F Mo, L Migahed, L Chepelev, PS Haddad, JS Wright, ...
Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 85 (11), 1124-1138, 2007
Cadmium and platinum suppression of erythropoietin production in cell culture: clinical implications
H Horiguchi, F Kayama, E Oguma, WG Willmore, P Hradecky, HF Bunn
Blood, The Journal of the American Society of Hematology 96 (12), 3743-3747, 2000
Antioxidant activity of oat proteins derived peptides in stressed hepatic HepG2 cells
Y Du, R Esfandi, WG Willmore, A Tsopmo
Antioxidants 5 (4), 39, 2016
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