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Publications

Find out more about the key publications and upcoming events concerning the Centre for Life and Sport Sciences. 

Key publications

Life Sciences for Health and Disease 
  • Tsaprouni, L. (2019) Annotating and detecting phenotypic information for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

  • Vreugdenhil, M. (2019) μ-Opioid receptor activation modulates CA3-to-CA1 gamma oscillation phase-coupling. IBRO Reports

  • Vreugdenhil, M. (2019) The modulation of acute methamphetamine on the neuronal network oscillations in rat hippocampal CA3 area
  • Vreugdenhil, M. (2019) Near-death high-frequency hyper-synchronization in the rat hippocampus
  • Hurst, T. (2019) Interferon-Inducible Protein 16 (IFI16) Has a Broad-Spectrum Binding Ability Against ssDNA Targets: An Evolutionary Hypothesis for Antiretroviral Checkpoint. Frontiers in Microbiology (2019) 10:1426
  • Hurst, T. (2018) Dysregulation of human endogenous retroviruses in primary CD4+ T Cells following vorinostat treatment. Frontiers in Immunology (2018) 9: 603

  • Hurst, T. (2018) The HERV-K HML-2 integration within RASGRF2 is associated with intravenous drug abuse and modulates transcription in a cell-line model. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA
  • Tsaprouni, L. (2018) Manipulation of dipeptidylpeptidase 10 in mouse and human and models indicates a protective role in asthma
  • Hurst, T. (2017) Human endogenous retrovirus (HERV) expression is not induced by treatment with the histone deactylase (HDAC) inhibitors in cellular models of HIV-1 latency. Retrovirology 2016; 13: 10

Interdisciplinary Life and Sport Science      
  • Jahangiri, L. (2020) Time control or size control? Reducing complexity and improving accuracy in genetic programming models. 23rd European Conference on Genetic Programming

  • Jahangiri, L. (2020) Diagnostic accuracy of circulating-free DNA for the determination of MYCN amplification status in advanced-stage neuroblastoma: a systematic review and meta-analysis. British Journal of Cancer. (In Press)
  • Kelly, A. L., & Williams, C. A. (2020). Physical characteristics and the talent identification and development processes in youth soccer: A narrative review. Strength and Conditioning Journal [ePub ahead of print].

  •  Kelly, A. L., Wilson, M. R., Gough, L. A., Knapman, H., Morgan, P., Cole, M., Jackson, D. T., & Williams, C. A. (2020). A longitudinal investigation into the relative age effect in an English professional football club: Exploring the ‘underdog hypothesis’. Science and Medicine in Football, 4(2), 111–118.
  • Bradley, B., Johnson, D., Hill, M., McGee, D., Kana-ah, A., Sharpin, C., Sharp, P., Kelly, A. L., Cumming, S. P., & Malina, R. M. (2019). Bio-banding in academy football: Player’s perceptions of a maturity matched tournament. Annals of Human Biology, 46(5), 400–408.
  • Vahia, D., Kelly, A. L., Knapman, H., & Williams, C. (2019). Variation in the correlation between heart rate and session rating of perceived exertion based estimations of internal training load in youth soccer players. Pediatric Exercise Science, 31(1), 91–98.
  • Jahangiri, L. (2019) Assessing the Concordance of Genomic Alterations between Circulating-Free DNA and Tumour Tissue in Cancer Patients

  • Jahangiri, L. (2019) The targetable kinase PIM1 drives ALK inhibitor resistance in high-risk neuroblastoma independent of MYCN status

  •  Kelly, A. L., Wilson, M. R., & Williams, C. A. (2018). Developing a football-specific talent identification and development profiling concept – The Locking Wheel Nut Model. Applied Coaching Research Journal, 2(1), 32–41.
  • Tsaprouni, L. (2015) Genetic studies of body mass index yield new insights for obesity biology

  • Tsaprouni, L. (2015) New genetic loci link adipose and insulin biology to body fat distribution
  • Tsaprouni, L. (2014) Cigarette smoking reduces DNA methylation levels at multiple genomic loci but the effect is partially reversible upon cessation
  • Raphael, J. Brain activity modifications following spinal cord stimulation for chronic neuropathic pain: A systematic review

  • Raphael, J. Analysis of psychological characteristics impacting spinal cord stimulation treatment outcomes: A prospective cohort assessment
  • Raphael, J. Electroencephalographic evoked pain response is suppressed by spinal cord stimulation in complex regional pain syndrome: a case report
  • Raphael, J. Osteoarthritis pain has a significant neuropathic component: An exploratory in vivo patient model
Sport Science for Health and Disease
  1.      Kelly, A. L., & Williams, C. A. (2020). Physical characteristics and the talent identification and development processes in youth soccer: A narrative review. Strength and Conditioning Journal [ePub ahead of print].
  2.      Kelly, A. L., Wilson, M. R., Gough, L. A., Knapman, H., Morgan, P., Cole, M., Jackson, D. T., & Williams, C. A. (2020). A longitudinal investigation into the relative age effect in an English professional football club: Exploring the ‘underdog hypothesis’. Science and Medicine in Football, 4(2), 111–118.
  3. Gough, L. (2019). The Effects of a Soccer-specific Fitness Test on Eccentric Knee-flexor Strength
  4. Gough, L. (2019). The Dose-response Effect of Sodium Bicarbonate on Cycling to Exhaustion Performance and Gastrointestinal Discomfort
  5. Gough, L. (2019). Post-exercise Supplementation of Sodium Bicarbonate (NaHCO3) Improves Acid Base Balance Recovery and Subsequent Boxing Performance
  6. Gough, L. (2019). The BASES Expert Statement on Extracellular Buffering Agents
  7. Gough, L. (2019). A longitudinal investigation into the relative age effect in an English professional football club: Exploring the ‘underdog hypothesis’
  8. Gough, L. (2019). BASES ES - Schematic v2.jpg
  9. Gough, L. (2019). Buffering Agents: Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Citrate and Sodium Phosphate
  10. Gough, L. (2019). High dose Nitrate ingestion does not improve 40 km cycling time trial performance in trained cyclists
  11. Gough, L. (2019). Sodium Bicarbonate Ingestion and Performance: Dosage Revisited
  12. Gough, L. (2019). A Novel Ingestion Strategy for Sodium Bicarbonate Supplementation in a Delayed-Release Form: a Randomised Crossover Study in Trained Males
  13. Gough, L. (2019). The effects of sodium bicarbonate ingestion on cycling performance and acid base balance recovery in acute normobaric hypoxia
  14. Bradley, B., Johnson, D., Hill, M., McGee, D., Kana-ah, A., Sharpin, C., Sharp, P., Kelly, A. L., Cumming, S. P., & Malina, R. M. (2019). Bio-banding in academy football: Player’s perceptions of a maturity matched tournament. Annals of Human Biology, 46(5), 400–408.
  15.  Vahia, D., Kelly, A. L., Knapman, H., & Williams, C. (2019). Variation in the correlation between heart rate and session rating of perceived exertion based estimations of internal training load in youth soccer players. Pediatric Exercise Science, 31(1), 91–98.
  16. Kelly, A. L., Wilson, M. R., & Williams, C. A. (2018). Developing a football-specific talent identification and development profiling concept – The Locking Wheel Nut Model. Applied Coaching Research Journal, 2(1), 32–41.
  17. Herbert, A. (2018). The interactions of physical activity, exercise and genetics and their associations with bone mineral density: implications for injury risk in elite athletes
  18. Gough, L. (2018). The effects of sodium bicarbonate on 4 km time trial cycling performance and post-exercise acid base balance recovery in acute hypoxia: A tale of two doses
  19. Gough, L. (2018). The influence of alkalosis on repeated high-intensity exercise performance and acid–base balance recovery in acute moderate hypoxic conditions
  20. Gough, L. (2018). Pre-exercise optimisation of the alkalosis response to sodium bicarbonate ingestion: have we been missing its peak ergogenic effect?. Journal of Science and Cycling, North America, 7, mar. 2019.
  21. Gough, L. (2018). Sodium bicarbonate supplementation improves severe-intensity intermittent exercise under moderate acute hypoxic conditions
  22. Gough, L. (2017). Astaxanthin in Exercise Metabolism, Performance and Recovery: A Review
  23. Gough, L. (2017). Sodium bicarbonate improves 4 km time trial cycling performance when individualised to time to peak blood bicarbonate in trained male cyclists
  24. Gough, L. (2017). Ingestion of Sodium Bicarbonate (NaHCO3) Following a Fatiguing Bout of Exercise Accelerates Post-Exercise Acid-Base Balance Recovery and Improves Subsequent High-Intensity Cycling Time to Exhaustion
  25. Gough, L. (2017). The Reproducibility of 4-km Time Trial (TT) Performance Following Individualised Sodium Bicarbonate Supplementation: a Randomised Controlled Trial in Trained Cyclists
  26. Gough, L. (2017). The Reproducibility of Blood Acid Base Responses in Male Collegiate Athletes Following Individualised Doses of Sodium Bicarbonate: A Randomised Controlled Crossover Study
  27. Gough, L. (2017). Quantifying the effects of acute hypoxic exposure on exercise performance and capacity: A systematic review and meta-regression
  28. Gough, L. (2017). Determinants of curvature constant (W’) of the power duration relationship under normoxia and hypoxia: the effect of pre-exercise alkalosis
  29. Gough, L. (2017). Effects Of Individualized Nahco3 Ingestion On Peak Alkalosis: 1077 Board #256 May 31 3
  30. Gough, L. (2016). Recent Developments in the Use of Sodium Bicarbonate as an Ergogenic Aid
  31. Gough, L. (2016). Determinants of W′ in the power duration relationship in normoxia and hypoxia: the effect of induced alkalosis
  32. Gough, L. (2016). The reproducibility of blood acid base responses following different doses of NaHCO3