Derek R. Marriott

Imperial College, London, London, England, United Kingdom 
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Hirst WD, Young KA, Newton R, et al. (1999) Expression of COX-2 by normal and reactive astrocytes in the adult rat central nervous system. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 13: 57-68
Mullens L, Marriott DR, Young KA, et al. (1994) Up-regulation of lipocortin-1 and its mRNA in reactive astrocytes in kainate-lesioned rat cerebellum. Journal of Neuroimmunology. 50: 25-33
Too HP, Marriott DR, Wilkin GP. (1994) Preprotachykinin-A and substance P receptor (NK1) gene expression in rat astrocytes in vitro. Neuroscience Letters. 182: 185-7
Stephens GJ, Marriott DR, Djamgoz MB, et al. (1993) Electrophysiological and biochemical evidence for bradykinin receptors on cultured rat cortical oligodendrocytes. Neuroscience Letters. 153: 223-6
Marriott DR, Wilkin GP. (1993) Substance P receptors on O-2A progenitor cells and type-2 astrocytes in vitro. Journal of Neurochemistry. 61: 826-34
Marriott DR, Wilkin GP. (1992) Preincubation with substance P induces substance P-stimulated phosphatidylinositol turnover in cultured cerebellar astrocytes. Journal of Neurochemistry. 59: 443-8
Croucher MJ, Marriott DR, Bradford HF, et al. (1991) Lack of effect of focally administered prostaglandins on electrically kindled seizure activity. Prostaglandins. 42: 29-38
Marriott DR, Wilkin GP, Wood JN. (1991) Substance P-induced release of prostaglandins from astrocytes: regional specialisation and correlation with phosphoinositol metabolism. Journal of Neurochemistry. 56: 259-65
Wilkin GP, Marriott DR, Cholewinski AJ, et al. (1991) Receptor activation and its biochemical consequences in astrocytes. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 633: 475-88
Wilkin GP, Marriott DR, Cholewinski AJ. (1990) Astrocyte heterogeneity. Trends in Neurosciences. 13: 43-6
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