Rachael A. Dunlop
Rachael A. Dunlop
Senior researcher, Brain Chemistry Labs
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The non-protein amino acid BMAA is misincorporated into human proteins in place of L-serine causing protein misfolding and aggregation
RA Dunlop, PA Cox, SA Banack, KJ Rodgers
PloS one 8 (9), e75376, 2013
Oxidized proteins: mechanisms of removal and consequences of accumulation
RA Dunlop, UT Brunk, KJ Rodgers
IUBMB life 61 (5), 522-527, 2009
Recent developments in the intracellular degradation of oxidized proteins
RA Dunlop, KJ Rodgers, RT Dean
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 33 (7), 894-906, 2002
Evidence for inactivation of cysteine proteases by reactive carbonyls via glycation of active site thiols
J Zeng, RA Dunlop, KJ Rodgers, MJ Davies
Biochemical Journal 398 (2), 197-206, 2006
Revisiting adverse reactions to vaccines: A critical appraisal of Autoimmune Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants (ASIA)
D Hawkes, J Benhamu, T Sidwell, R Miles, RA Dunlop
Journal of Autoimmunity 59, 77-84, 2015
The impact of specific oxidized amino acids on protein turnover in J774 cells
RA Dunlop, RT Dean, KJ Rodgers
Biochemical Journal 410 (1), 131-140, 2008
L-serine: a naturally-occurring amino acid with therapeutic potential
JS Metcalf, RA Dunlop, JT Powell, SA Banack, PA Cox
Neurotoxicity research 33 (1), 213-221, 2018
L-DOPA is incorporated into brain proteins of patients treated for Parkinson's disease, inducing toxicity in human neuroblastoma cells in vitro
SW Chan, RA Dunlop, A Rowe, KL Double, KJ Rodgers
Experimental Neurology 238 (1), 29-37, 2012
Biosynthesis and turnover of DOPA-containing proteins by human cells
KJ Rodgers, PM Hume, RA Dunlop, RT Dean
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 37 (11), 1756-1764, 2004
Proteins containing oxidized amino acids induce apoptosis in human monocytes
RA Dunlop, UT Brunk, KJ Rodgers
Biochemical Journal 435 (1), 207-216, 2011
An miRNA fingerprint using neural-enriched extracellular vesicles from blood plasma: towards a biomarker for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/motor neuron disease
SA Banack, RA Dunlop, PA Cox
Open biology 10 (6), 200116, 2020
The use of L-serine to prevent β-methylamino-L-alanine (BMAA)-induced proteotoxic stress in vitro
BJ Main, RA Dunlop, KJ Rodgers
Toxicon 109, 7-12, 2016
L-Serine-mediated neuroprotection includes the upregulation of the ER stress chaperone protein disulfide isomerase (PDI)
RA Dunlop, JT Powell, JS Metcalf, GJ Guillemin, PA Cox
Neurotoxicity Research 33 (1), 113-122, 2018
Kavalactones Yangonin and Methysticin Induce Apoptosis in Human Hepatocytes (HepG2) In Vitro
J Tang, RA Dunlop, A Rowe, KJ Rodgers, I Ramzan
Phytotherapy Research 25 (3), 417-423, 2011
Oxidative bioactivation of crotyl alcohol to the toxic endogenous aldehyde crotonaldehyde: association of protein carbonylation with toxicity in mouse hepatocytes
FR Fontaine, RA Dunlop, DR Petersen, PC Burcham
Chemical research in toxicology 15 (8), 1051-1058, 2002
The cyanobacteria-derived BMAA can be incorporated into cell proteins and could thus be an environmental trigger for ALS and other neurological diseases associated with protein …
K Rodgers
Amyotrph. Lateral Sclero. 12 (1), 22, 2011
Proteolytic'defences' and the accumulation of oxidized polypeptides in cataractogenesis and atherogenesis
J Saklatvala, H Nagase, G Salvesen, RT Dean, R Dunlop, P Hume, ...
Biochemical Society Symposia 70, 135-146, 2003
Is exposure to BMAA a risk factor for neurodegenerative diseases? A response to a critical review of the BMAA hypothesis
D Ra, B Sa, B Sl, M Js, M Sj, D DA, S Ew, B EB, C AD, G GG, C PA, M DC, ...
Neurotoxicity research 39 (1), 81-106, 2021
The cyanotoxin and non-protein amino acid β-methylamino-L-alanine (L-BMAA) in the food chain: incorporation into proteins and its impact on human health
RA Dunlop, GJ Guillemin
Neurotoxicity research 36 (3), 602-611, 2019
The deleterious effects of non-protein amino acids from desert plants on human and animal health
RA Dunlop, BJ Main, KJ Rodgers
Journal of Arid Environments 112, 152-158, 2015
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