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2007

Stevenson, D.J. and Morgan, C. and McLellan, L.I. and Grant, M.H. (2007) Reduced glutathione levels and expression of the enzymes of glutathione synthesis in cryopreserved hepatocyte monolayer cultures. Toxicology in Vitro, 21 (3). pp. 527-532. ISSN 0887-2333

2005

Stevenson, D.J. and Grant, M.H. (2005) Cryopreservation of hepatocytes for bioartificial liver devices. In: Bioreactors for Tissue Engineering: Principles, Design and Operation. Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pp. 353-372. ISBN 978-1-4020-3740-5

2004

Stevenson, D.J. and Morgan, C. and Goldie, E. and Connel, G. and Grant, M.H. (2004) Cryopreservation of viable hepatocyte monolayers in cryoprotectant media with high serum content: metabolism of testosterone and kaempherol post-cryopreservation. Cryobiology, 49 (2). pp. 97-113. ISSN 0011-2240

Stevenson, D.J. and Morgan, C. and Grant, M.H. (2004) Mitochondrial function in hepatocyte monolayer cultures. Toxicology, 202 (1-2). pp. 101-102. ISSN 0300-483X

2003

Stevenson, D.J. and Morgan, C. and Goldie, E.I. and Connel, G. and Grant, M.H. (2003) Cryopreservation of hepatocyte monolayers. In: Hepatocyte Users Group Meeting, 2003-03-28 - 2003-03-29.

Stevenson, D.J. and Morgan, C. and Goldie, E.I. and Connel, G. and Grant, M.H. (2003) Cryopreservation, hepatocyte monolayers and DMSO shock. In: Cryomed Biol Meeting, 2003-09-01.

2002

Stevenson, D.J. and Grant, M.H. and Goldie, E.I. and Connel, G. and Morgan, C. (2002) Cryopreservation of hepatocytes: the monolayer approach. In: RSC-DMG 2002: New Technologies in Drug Discovery, 2002-12-12 - 2002-12-13.

Stevenson, D. and Morgan, C. and Goldie, E.I. and Connel, G. and Grant, M.H. (2002) Cryopreserved hepatocyte monolayers. Biochemical Society Transactions, 30. p. 94. ISSN 0300-5127

Stevenson, D. and Wokosin, D. and Girkin, J. and Grant, M.H. (2002) Measurement of the intracellular distribution of reduced glutathione in cultured rat hepatocytes using monochlorobimane and confocal laser scanning microscopy. Toxicology in Vitro, 16 (5). pp. 609-619. ISSN 0887-2333

Connolly, P. and Grant, M.H. and Smith, A.C.J. and Stevenson, D. (2002) Monitoring and storing tissue for regenerative medicine. In: Regenerative Medicine European Strategy Meeting, 1900-01-01.

Stevenson, D. and Morgan, C. and Goldie, E.I. and Connel, G. and Grant, M.H. (2002) Viability and function of cryopreserved rat hepatocyte monolayers as a function of cryopreservation media composition. Toxicology, 178. pp. 55-56. ISSN 0300-483X

2001

Stevenson, D. and Wokosin, D. and Girkin, J. and Grant, M.H. (2001) The use of monochlorobimane and confocal laser scanning microscopy to measure the intracellular distribution of reduced glutathione in rat hepatocytes. Toxicology, 168 (3). pp. 114-115. ISSN 0300-483X

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