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Roger T. Dean
Roger T. Dean
Professor of Sonic Communication, Western Sydney University; Artistic Director, austraLYSIS
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Biochemistry and pathology of radical-mediated protein oxidation
RT Dean, S FU, R Stocker, MJ Davies
Biochemical Journal 324 (1), 1-18, 1997
24891997
Glucose autoxidation and protein modification. The potential role of ‘autoxidative glycosylation’in diabetes
SP Wolff, RT Dean
Biochemical journal 245 (1), 243-250, 1987
17231987
Practice-led research, research-led practice in the creative arts
H Smith
Edinburgh University Press, 2009
12062009
Hydroxyl radical production and autoxidative glycosylation. Glucose autoxidation as the cause of protein damage in the experimental glycation model of diabetes mellitus and ageing
JV Hunt, RT Dean, SP Wolff
Biochemical journal 256 (1), 205-212, 1988
11081988
Free radicals, lipids and protein degradation
SP Wolff, A Garner, RT Dean
Trends in biochemical sciences 11 (1), 27-31, 1986
7751986
Stable markers of oxidant damage to proteins and their application in the study of human disease
MJ Davies, S Fu, H Wang, RT Dean
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 27 (11-12), 1151-1163, 1999
6601999
Human atherosclerotic plaque contains both oxidized lipids and relatively large amounts of α-tocopherol and ascorbate
C Suarna, RT Dean, J May, R Stocker
Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology 15 (10), 1616-1624, 1995
5041995
Fragmentation of proteins by free radicals and its effect on their susceptibility to enzymic hydrolysis
SP Wolff, RT Dean
Biochemical Journal 234 (2), 399-403, 1986
4691986
Reactive species and their accumulation on radical-damaged proteins
RT Dean, S Gieseg, MJ Davies
Trends in biochemical sciences 18 (11), 437-441, 1993
4261993
Radical-mediated protein oxidation: from chemistry to medicine
MJ Davies, RT Dean
Oxford University Press, 1997
4251997
Effects of exogenous amines on mammalian cells, with particular reference to membrane flow
RT Dean, W Jessup, CR Roberts
Biochemical Journal 217 (1), 27-40, 1984
3291984
Evidence for roles of radicals in protein oxidation in advanced human atherosclerotic plaque
S Fu, MJ DAVIES, R STOCKER, RT DEAN
Biochemical Journal 333 (3), 519-525, 1998
3161998
Long-lived reactive species on free-radical-damaged proteins
JA Simpson, S Narita, S Gieseg, S Gebicki, JM Gebicki, RT Dean
Biochemical Journal 282 (3), 621-624, 1992
3081992
7-Hydroperoxycholesterol and its products in oxidized low density lipoprotein and human atherosclerotic plaque
AJ Brown, SL Leong, RT Dean, W Jessup
Journal of lipid research 38 (9), 1730-1745, 1997
2901997
Direct evidence of importance of lysosomes in degradation of intracellular proteins
RT Dean
Nature 257 (5525), 414-416, 1975
2851975
Protein hydroperoxides can give rise to reactive free radicals
MJ Davies, S Fu, RT Dean
Biochemical Journal 305 (2), 643-649, 1995
2831995
Free radical damage to proteins: the influence of the relative localization of radical generation, antioxidants, and target proteins
RT Dean, JV Hunt, AJ Grant, Y Yamamoto, E Niki
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 11 (2), 161-168, 1991
2821991
Scavenging by alginate of free radicals released by macrophages
JA Simpson, SE Smith, RT Dean
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 6 (4), 347-353, 1989
2521989
Biochemical and morphological characterization of the killing of human monocytes by a leukotoxin derived from Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans
NS Taichman, RT Dean, CJ Sanderson
Infection and immunity 28 (1), 258-268, 1980
2451980
Protein-bound 3, 4-dihydroxyphenylalanine is a major reductant formed during hydroxyl radical damage to proteins
SP Gieseg, JA Simpson, TS Charlton, MW Duncan, RT Dean
Biochemistry 32 (18), 4780-4786, 1993
2421993
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