Publications from Knight Scientific

Scientific publications featuring Pholasin® or its source Pholas dactylus

  1. Knight, R. & Thorne (Knight) J. (1982). Syncilancistrumina elegantissima (Scuticociliatida: Thigmotrichina), a new genus and species of ciliated protozoon from Pholas dactylus (Mollusca: Bivalvia), the Common Piddock. Protistologica 18[1], 53-66.

  2. Thorne, J. (Knight) (1983). A fresh look at the eulamellibranch gill of Pholas dactylus Linné. J. Moll. Stud. Suppl. 12[4], 225.

  3. Knight, J. (1984). Studies on the biology and biochemistry of Pholas dactylus L. Ref Type: Thesis/Dissertation

  4. Roberts, P. A., Knight, J., & Campbell, A. K. (1985). Pholasin®: a new bioluminescent indicator for cell activation. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 1140, 1139-1140.

  5. Holt, M. E., Jenner, D. E., Roberts, P. A., Knight, J., & Campbell, A. K. (1986). Release by human neutrophils of a long lived oxidant of potential importance in the pathogenesis of inflammatory disease. B. J. Rheum. 25, Abstract 23. 

  6. Knight J and Knight R (1986). The blood vascular system of the gills of Pholas dactylus L. (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Eulamellibranchia) Phil Trans R. Soc Lond. B313, 509-523.

  7. Holt, M. E., Knight, J., & Campbell, A. K. (1987). Release by human neutrophils of a long lived oxidant of potential importance in the pathogenesis of inflammatory disease. Anal. Biochem. 160, 139-148.

  8. Knight, J. (1987). Pholasin®-potentiated chemiluminescence as a possible tool for the diagnosis of early stages of inflammation. Presented at workshop, Laboratory Markers of Joint Inflammation. The Arthritis & Rheumatism Council for Research, Conf Proceedings No3.

  9. Roberts, P. A., Knight, J., & Campbell, A. K. (1987). Pholasin®: a bioluminescent indicator for detecting activation of single neutrophils. Anal. Biochem. 160, 139-148.

  10. Knight, J. (1988). Pholas dactylus and its bioluminescence. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. UK, 69, 734.

  11. Muller, T., Davies, E. V., & Campbell, A. K. (1989). Pholasin chemiluminescence detects mostly superoxide anion released from activated human neutrophils. J. Biolum. Chemilum. 3, 105-113.

  12. Burgess, P. J., Cross, M. L., & Knight, J. (1990). Purification of fish immunoglobulins for use in immunological studies of hose parasite systems. Spring Meeting British Society for Parasitology, University of Aberdeen.

  13. Muller, T. & Campbell, A. K. (1990). The chromophore of Pholasin: a highly luminescent protein. J. Biolum. Chemilum. 5, 25-30.

  14. Knight, J., Witko-Sarsat, V., Nguyen, A. T., & Walker, F. (1992). Emerging roles of Pholasin® as a probe for evaluating activation of phagocyte oxidative metabolism. Free Radical Biology & Medicine 13[83], 88.

  15. Witko-Sarsat, V., Nguyen, A. T., Knight, J., & Deschamps Latscha, B. (1992). Pholasin®: a new chemiluminescent probe for the detection of chloramines derived from human phagocytes. Free Radical Biology & Medicine 13, 83-88.

  16. Knight, J., Witko-Sarsat, V., & Walker, F. (1993). Azapropazone's capacity to control cell activation as measured by Pholasin®. B. J. Rheum. 32 Abstract Supplement 2, abstract 26.

  17. Jolly, J., Knight, J., & Garland, J. (1995). Free radicals are not involved in apoptosis in haematopoietic cells. Proc. R. Micr. Soc 30, 121.

  18. Knight, J. & Knight, R. (1995). The piddock. Biological Sciences Review Mar, 28-29.

  19. Shattock, M. J., Miller, I., Southworth, R., Knight, J., & Hearse, D. J. (1995). Pholasin: a novel photoprotein for the detection of free radical production during ischemia and reperfusion in the isolated heart. J. Mol. Cell. Cardiol. 27, A248.

  20. Knight, J. & Knight, R. (1996). Pholas dactylus the remarkable mollusc. J. Biolum Chemilum. 11[23], 1-65.

  21. Knight, J., & McCafferty, A. (1996). Pholasin® monitors neutrophil degranulation and activation. J. Biolum. Chemilum. 11(231), 65, abstract 100.     

  22. Knight, J., McCafferty, A., Noon, E., & Bell A. (1996). Indirect evidence to support the production of hydroxyl and/or ferryl radicals at sites of inflammation. Brit J.Rheum 35 [Abst suppl 2].

  23. Knight, J., McCafferty, A., Witko-Sarsat, V., & Decamps-Latscha, B. (1996). Luminescent reactions of Pholasin® with isolated human leucocytes and diluted blood. Eur. J. Clin. Invest. 26, 207 A37.

  24. Knight, J. (1997). Pholasin® assays for blood biocompatibility monitoring. J. Biolum. Chemilum. 12, 93-112

  25. Knight, J. (1997). The piddock and the Immunologist. Immunology News 4[1], 26-31.

  26. Knight, J. & McCafferty, A. (1997). Pholasin® monitors neutrophil degranulation and activation. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Bioluminescence & Chemiluminescence, Woods Hole, Mass, Oct 1996, 334-337. 

  27. Knight, J. (1998). Pholasin® as a luminescent probe for investigating activation and degranulation in neutrophils. Proc workshop Hypochlorous acid as metabolite of neutrophilic granulocytes Leipzig, Germany, March 5-6.

  28. Humphries, J. E, Corr, B., Alexander, H. D., McConnell, J., Bell, A. L., Markey, G. M. and Morris, T. C. M. (1999). Why discard the peritoneal macrophages of patients on CAPD? British Journal of Haematology 105, 319-320.  

  29. Knight, J. (1999). Rapid, simple and sensitive blood biocompatibility tests with the light emitting protein Pholasin®.  Proceedings of the TechMed/Medical Device Technology Conference. Advanstar Communications UK Ltd, Chester, 3-17. [A copy of the paper can be downloaded at]

  30. Knight, J. (1999). Reactions of Pholasin® with superoxide and peroxidases: applications to cellular luminescence. J. Biolum. Chemilum. 13, 22.

  31. Reichl, S., Benard, S., Arnhold, J., Schiller, J., & Arnold, K. (1999). Factors influencing the Pholasin chemiluminescence. 280-283. Ref Type: Conference Proceeding.

  32. Slade, D., Pilsworth, L., Knight, J., Ashleigh, R., England, R., & McCollum, C. (1999). Antioxidant consumption in open and endovascular aortic surgery. J. Cardiovascular Interventional Radiology 22, S111.

  33. Reichl, S., Arnhold, J., Knight, J., Schiller, J., & Arnold, K. (2000). Reactions of Pholasin® with peroxidases and hypochlorus acid. Free Radical Biology & Medicine 28, 1555-1563.

  34. Arnhold, J., Furtmüller, P.G., Regelsberger, G. & Obinger, C. (2001). Redox properties of the couple compound l/native enzyme of myeloperoxidase and eosinophil peroxidase. Eur. J. Biochem. 268, 5142-5148.

  35. Arnhold, J., Osipov, A.N., Spalteholz, H., Panasenko, O.M. & Schiller, J. (2001). Effects of hypochlorous acid on unsaturated phosphatidylcholines. Free Radical Biology & Medicine 31[9], 1111-1119.

  36. Jackson, P., Hunt, J. A., & Knight, J. (2001). Effect of controlled release glass (C.R.G.) chemistry and particle size on the neutrophil's respiratory burst. European Society for Biomaterials, London 12-14th September.

  37. Knight, J. (2001). Monitoring bioactivity with the light-emitting protein Pholasin®.  MedTech Conference, Galway Ireland 19-20 September 2001. [A copy of the paper can be downloaded from]

  38. Marwah, S., Knight, J., Wright, J., & Bareford D. (2001). Vitamin-E antioxidant capacity and non-transferrin bound iron correlation in homozygous sickle cell patients. European Society for Clinical Investigation 31[Suppl I], 16.

  39. McConnell, J., Courtney, P., Knight, J., & Cell AL. (2001). Decreased generation of reactive oxygen species by SLE phagocytes: relationship with neutrophil apoptosis.

  40. Reichl, S., Vocks, A., Petkovic, M., Schiller, J., & Arnhold, J. (2001). The photoprotein Pholasin as a luminescence substrate for detection of superoxide anion radicals and myeloperoxidase activity in stimulated neutrophils. Free Radical Research 35, 723-733.

  41. Redelman, D., Zhong, Q., Hudig, D., Castell, L.M., Roberts, D. & Ensign, W.Y. (2001). Measuring oxidative bursts with the photoprotein Pholasin. Communications in Clinical Cytometry 46, 324.

  42. Selloum, L., Reichl, S., Müller, M., Sebihi, L. & Arnhold, J. (2001). Effects of flavonols on the generation of superoxide anion radicals by xanthine oxidase and stimulated neutrophils. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 395[1], 49-56.

  43. Vance, C. A., Eggleton, P., & Castell, L. M. (2001). The effect of in vivo and in vitro glutamine supplementation on human neutrophils. Amino Acids 21, 62.

  44. Arnhold, J., Reichl, S., Petkovic, M. and Vocks, A. (2002). Pholasin luminescence of polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Luminescence 17, 79.

  45. Arnhold, J., Reichl, S., Petkovic, M. and Vocks, A. (2002) Pholasin® Luminescence of polymorphonuclear Leukocytes.  In Phil Stanley, Larry Kricka Editors Bioluminescence & Chemiluminescence: Progress & Current Applications World Scientific Publishing Co. Ptc. Ltd. 233-236.

  46. Knight, J., Ganderton, M., Hothersall, J. & Nourooz-Zadeh, J. (2002). The ABEL® peroxynitrite antioxidant test with Pholasin® measures the antioxidant capacity of plasma to protect against peroxyl radical attack. Luminescence 17, 95-96.

  47. Knight, J., Ganderton, M., Hothersall, J, Zitouni, K. & Nourooz-Zadeh, J. (2002). The ABEL® peroxynitrite antioxidant test with Pholasin® measures the antioxidant capacity of plasma to protect against peroxyl radical attack. In Phil Stanley, Larry Kricka Editors Bioluminescence & Chemiluminescence: Progress & Current Applications World Scientific Publishing Co. Ptc. Ltd. 257-260.

  48. Knight, J., Hothersall, J., Ganderton, M. & Nourooz-Zadeh, J. (2002) Oxidation of plasma by peroxyl radicals: ABEL® antioxidant assays with Pholasin® monitor loss of antioxidants and development of pro-oxidants. Free Radical Biology & Medicine 33, Supplement 1 Abstract 692, S260

  49. Meenan, B., McConnel, J., Knight, J., Boyd, A. & Bell, A. (2002). Development of a sensitive whole blood chemiluminescence method for assessing the bioactivity of calcium phosphate powders. Biomaterials 23, 2431-2445.

  50. Swindle, E.J. J Hunt & J W Coleman. (2002). A comparison of reactive oxygen species generation by rat peritoneal macrophages and mast cells using the highly sensitive real-time chemiluminescent probe Pholasin: inhibition of antigen-induced mast cell degranulation by macrophage-derived hydrogen peroxide. Journal of Immunology 169, 5866-5873.

  51. Castell, L.M., Ensign, W., Knight, J., Roberts, D., Thake, D.   (2003). Exercise or hypoxia?  The stress of intensive training at altitude in winter may lead to immuno-depression.  Climatic Physiol. Group, May, Glamorgan.

  52. Castell, L.M., Ensign, W., Hudig, D., Knight, J., Redelman, D., Roberts, D.  (2003). Changes in plasma fatty acids and tryptophan in chronic exercise in military personnel in the desert and at altitude in winter.  European Cell. Sports Med.  July, Salzburg.

  53. Castell, L.M., Ensign, W., Hudig, D., Knight, J., Roberts, D., Thake, D.  (2003). The stress of intensive training at altitude in winter after training in the desert.  Int. Soc. Exercise Immunol. 6th Int. Conference, Copenhagen.

  54. James, TJ, Hughes, MA, Cherry GW, Taylor, RP (2003) Evidence of oxidative stress in chronic venous ulcers. Wound Rep. Reg. 11, 172-176.

  55. Knight, J, Ganderton, M, Armstrong, K and Larkins, N (2003). The use of Pholasin®-based assays to evaluate anti- and pro- oxidant capacity of extracts of certain functional foods: the effect of these foods on leucocytes in blood. Free             Radical Biology & Medicine 35, Supplement 1 S39 (92) 

  56. Knight, J & Larkins, N.J. (2003) Antioxidant status of horses quantified by ABEL® wide-range assay. British Equine Veterinary Association 42nd Congress: Handbook of presentations & Free Communications, Equine Veterinary Journal Ltd. 193-294.

  57. Manoury, B, Leclerc,O, Nénan S,Guénon, Caulet-Maugendre, S, Bolcho,E, Planquois, J.M., Bertrand, C and Lagente, V. (2003) Deficiency in reactive oxygen species p47phox -/- mice attenuates bleomycin induced pulmonary fibrosis. Inflamm. Res., 52 S92-S95.

  58. Marques, AP, Reis, RL, Hunt, JA (2003) Evaluation of the potential of starch-based biodegradable polymers in the activation of human inflammatory cells. J. Mater Sci.: Materials in Medicine 14, 167-173.

  59. Thake, C. D., Mian, R. (2003) Effect of acute hypocapnic hypoxia on circulating leukocyte subsets, neutrophil activity and plasma anti-oxidant status during exercise at 50% normoxic peak. Journal of Physiology, 547P.

  60. Arnhold, J. (2004). Free radicals --- friends or foes? Properties, functions and secretion of human myeloperoxidase. Biochemistry (Moscow) Vol 69, No1 pp 8-1

  61. Castell, L.M., Vance, C., Abbott, R. Marquez, J. and Eggleton, P. (2004). Granule localization of glutaminase in human neutrophils and the
    consequence of glutamine utilization for neutrophil activity.   J. Biol. Chem. 279, 13305-13310.

  62. Davison, G & Gleeson, M (2005). Influence of acute Vitamin C and/pr carbohydrate ingestion on hormonal, cytokine and immune responses to prolonged exercise. Int. J. Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 15, 465-479.

  63. Glebska, J & Koppenol, W.H. (2005). Chemiluminescence of Pholasin caused by peroxynitrite. Free Rad. Biol. Med. 38, 1014-1022.

  64. Knight, J (2005) PholasinÒ- based antioxidant assays for cosmetics, cosmeceutical and nutraceutical product development. In Cosmetic Science Technology 2005, 249-257. Published by Caroline Johnson & Guy Loosemore, T Four Group London

  65. Knight J and Knight R (2005) Quality assurance of nutraceutical health claims: The Case for Antioxidants  Bioworld Europe 04, 10-13

  66. Li, Tzai-Li & Gleeson, M (2005). The effect of carbohydrate supplementation during the second of two prolonged cycling bouts on immunoendocrine responses. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol.

  67. Schönfelder, U., Abel, M., Wiegand, C., Klemm, D., Elsner, P. and Hipler, U. (2005). Influence of selected wound dressings on PMN elastase in chronic wound fluid and their antioxidative potential in vitro. Biomaterials, 26, 6664-6673. 

  68. Gough L, Johnston M, Armstrong K, Knight J, Castell L M, Godfrey R J (2006) Comparison of anti- and pro-oxidant capacity of saliva, and urine with serum before and after acute exercise. BASEM meeting October 2006, Oxford.

  69. Nourooz-Zadeh, J., Ziegler, D., Sohr, C., Betteridge, D. J., Knight, J. and Hothersall, J. (2006). The use of PholasinÒ as a probe for the determination of plasma total antioxidant capacity  Clinical Biochemistry 39, 55-61

  70. 78.Walker, G. J., Finlay, O., Griffiths, H., Sylvester, J., Williams, M. and Bishop, N. V. (2007). Immunoendocrine Response to Cycling Following Ingestion of Caffeine and Carbohydrate. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 39(9), 1554-1560.

  71. Flemmig, J., Leßig, J., Reinbetanz, U., Dautel, P. And Arnold, J. (2008). Non – vital polymorphonuclear leukocytes express myeloperoxidase on their surface. Cell Physiology and Biochemistry 21, 287-296.

  72. Henkel, R., Fransman, W., Hipler, U. and Schreiber, G. (2008). Typha capensis extracts decrease ROS production and affect human sperm functions. African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines. Abstracts of the World Congress on Medical and Aromatic Plants, Cape Town, November 2008.

  73. 82.Knight, J., Armstrong, K., Gong, X. & Reeves, J. F. (2008). Measuring the antioxidant capacity of natural ingredients. Proceedings of the Cosmetic Science Conference 16-17th April 2008, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, at In-Cosmetics.

  74. Spaiteholz, H, Furtmüller, PG, Jakopitsh, C, Obinger, C, Schewe, T, Sies, H and Arnhold, J. (2008) Kinetic evidence for rapid oxidation of (-)-epicatechin by human myeloperoxiase. Biochem Biophys Res Comm 371, 810-813.

  75. Farthing, D. E., Sica, D., Hindle, M., Edinboro, L., Xi, L., Gehr, T. W. B., Gehr, L., Farthing, C. A., Larus, T. L., Fakhry, I. and Karnes, H. T. (2009). A rapid and simple chemiluminescence method for screening levels of inosine and hypoxanthine in non-traumatic chest pain patients. Luminescence. Retrieved 27/05/2010, from

  76. Fluhr, J. W., Breternitz, M., Kowatzki, D., Bauer, A., Bossert, J., Elsner, P. and Hipler, U. (2009). Silver-loaded seaweed-based cellulosic fiber improves epidermal skin physiology in atopic dermatitis: safety assessment, mode of action and controlled, randomized single-blinded exploratory in vivo study. Experimental Dermatology. Retrieved 27/05/2010, from

  77. Freitas, M., Lima, J. L.F.C. and Fernandes, E. (2009). Optical probes for detection and quantification of neutrophils’ oxidative burst. A review. Analytica. Chimica. Acta. 649(1), 8-23.

  78. Karadag, A., Ozcelik, B. and Saner, S. (2009). Review of methods to determine antioxidant capacity. Food Analytical Methods 2(1), 41-60.

  79. Pensalfini, A., Zampagni, M., Liguri, G., Becatti, M., Evangelisti, E., Fiorillo, C., Bagnoli, S., Cellini, E. Nacmias, B., Sorbi, S. and Cecchi, C. (2009). Membrane cholesterol enrichment prevents Aβ-induced oxidative stress in Alzheimer's fibroblasts. Neurobiology of Aging. Article in press.

  80. Prignano, F., Pescitelli, L., Becatti, M, Di Gennaro, P., Fiorillo, C., Taddei, N. and Lotti, T. (2009). Ultrastructural and functional alterations of mitochondria in perilesional vitiligo skin. Journal of Dermatological Science 54(3), 157-167.

  81. Rider, S. A., Davies, S. J,  Jha, A. N., Fisher, A. A., Knight, J. and  Sweetman J. W. (2009). Supra-nutritional dietary intake of selenite and selenium yeast in normal and stressed rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss): Implications on selenium status and health responses. Aquaculture 295(3-4), 282-291.

  82. Tobler, M. and Sandell, M. I. (2009). Sex-specific effects of prenatal testosterone on nestling plasma antioxidant capacity in the zebra finch. Journal of Experimental Biology 212. 89-94.

  83. Castell, L. M., Thake, C. D. and Ensign, W. (2010). Biochemical markers of possible immunodepression in military training in harsh environments. Military Medicine 175(3), 158-165. 

  84. Farthing, D. E., Gehr, T., Farthing, C., Kontos, M. C., Vetrovec G., Sica, D., Ruddley, J., Larus, T., Karnes, H. T., Fakhry, I. and Gehr, L. (2010). Rapid analysis of plasma hypoxanthine in hospital cardiac patients. Biomarker World Congress, May 04 - 06, 2010, Philadelphia, PA.

  85. Knight, J. and Reeves, J. F. (2010). Substantiating antioxidant claims. In Cosmetic Science Technology 2010, 181-190. T4 International.

  86. Knight, J. and Reeves, J. F. (2010). Understanding antioxidants and substantiating claims. In Personal Care Europe, June 2010: 41-45. Step Communications Ltd, UK.

  87. Palmer, D. M. and Kitchin, J. S. (2010). Oxidative damage, skin aging, antioxidants and a novel antioxidant rating system. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology 9(1), 11-15.

  88. Sild, E & Hõrak, P. (2010). Assessment of oxidative burst in avian whole blood samples: validation and application of a chemiluminescence method based on Pholasin. Behav Ecol Sociobiol 64, 2065–2076.

  89. Tamburic, S., Knight, J., Williams, S., Reeves, J. and Gong, X. (2010). In Vitro Assessment of Antioxidant Properties of Cocoa Extract in Cosmetic Formulations: Comparison between Analysis by Emitted Light (ABEL) & ORAC Antioxidant Capacity Methods. Proceedings of the 26th IFSCC Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sept 2010.

  90. Sild, E., Sepp, T. & Hõrak, P. (2011). Behavioural trait covaries with immune responsiveness in a wild passerine. Brain, Behaviour, and Immunity 25, 1349–1354.

  91. Sild, E., Sepp, T., Männiste, M. & Hõrak, P. (2011). Carotenoid intake does not affect immune-stimulated oxidative burst in greenfinches. The Journal of Experimental Biology 214, 3467-3473.

  92. Bryan, N., Ashwin, H., Smart, N. J., Bayon, Y. and Hunt, J. A. (2012). In vitro activation of human leukocytes in response to contact with synthetic hernia meshes. Clinical Biochemistry 45, 672-676.  

  93. Bryan, N., Ashwin, H., Smart, N., Bayon, Y., Scarborough, N., and Hunt, J. A. (2012). The innate oxygen dependent immune pathway as a sensitive parameter to predict the performance of biological graft materials. Biomaterials 33(27) 6380-6392.

  94. Tobler, M., Sandell, M.I., Chiriac. S., and Hasselquist, D. (2013). Effects of Prenatal Testosterone Exposure on Antioxidant Status and Bill Color in Adult Zebra Finches.

  95. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 86(3), 333-345.

  96. Hunt, J. A., Fok, M., Bryan, N. (2013). Impact of cell purification technique of autologous human adult stem cells on inflammatory reaction. Biomaterials 34 (31) 7626-7631

  97.  Anatoliotakis, N., Deftereos, S., Bouras, G., Giannopoulos, G., Tsounis, D., Angelidis, C., Kaoukis, A., Stefanadis, C., (2013) Myeloperoxidase: Expressing Inflammation and Oxidative Stress in Cardiovascular Disease. Source: Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 13, Number 2, January 2013, pp. 115-138(24).

  98. Friedrich, L. H., Jungebluth, P., Sjöqvist, S., Lundin, V., Haag, J. C., Lemon, G., Gustafsson, Y., Ajalloueian, F., Sotnichenko, A., Kielstein, H., Burguillos, M. A., Joseph, B., Teixeira, A. I., Lim, M. L., Macchiarini, P. (2014) Preservation of aortic root architecture and properties using a detergent-enzymatic perfusion protocol. Biomaterials, Volume 35, Issue 6, February 2014, Pages 1907–1913

  99. Peters, E. M. J., Liezmann, C., Spatz, K., Ungethüm, U., Kuban, R. J., Daniltchenko, M., Kruse, J., Imfeld, D., Klapp  B. F.,and Campiche, R., (2013) Profiling mRNA of the Graying Human Hair Follicle Constitutes a Promising State-of-the-Art Tool to Assess Its Aging: An Exemplary Report. Journal of Investigative Dermatology (2013) 133, 1150–1160.

  100. Jones, A. W., Cameron, S. J. S., Thatcher, R., Beecroft, M. S., Mur, L. A. J., Davidson, G., (2013). Effects of bovine colostrum supplementation on upper respiratory illness in active males, Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.

  101. Jones, A.W., Davison, G. (2014). Oral neutrophil responses to acute prolonged exercise may not be representative of blood neutrophil responses. Appl. Physiol. Nutr. Metab 40: 298-301 (2015).

  102. Jones, A.W., Thatcher, R., March, D.S., Davison, G. (2015). Influence of 4 weeks bovine colostrum supplementation on neutrophil and mucosal immune responses to prolonged cycling. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 10.1111/sms. 12433 (2015).                                       

  103.    Weingerl, V. (2015) Classification of Slovenian wine according to phenolic antioxidants and total antioxidant potential. International Journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research (2015) Vol. 4 No. 1 pp. 169-174.

  104.   Lowe, G. M., Gana, K., & Rahman, K. (2015). Dietary supplementation with green tea extract promotes enhanced human leukocyte activity. Journal of Complementary and Integrative Medicine, 12(4), 277-282.

  105.   Ziegler, D., Buchholz, S., Sohr, C., Nourooz-Zadeh, J., & Roden, M. (2015). Oxidative stress predicts progression of peripheral and cardiac autonomic nerve dysfunction over 6 years in diabetic patients. Acta diabetologica,52(1), 65-72.

  106. Pavla, E., HYRŠL, P., ALBRECHT, T., TOMÁŠEK, O (2015). Does daytime influence metabolic activity of phagocytes barn swallow? In Zoologické dny Brno 2015.

  107. Tobler, M., Ballen, C., Healey, M., Wilson, M., & Olsson, M. (2015). Oxidant Trade-Offs in Immunity: An Experimental Test in a Lizard. PloS one, 10(5), e0126155.

  108. Visse, M., Sild, E., Kesler, M., Saks, L., & Hõrak, P. (2015). Do Atlantic salmon parr trade growth against immunity? Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology, 48(4), 225-240.

  109. Lin, Z., Dou, X., Li, H., Ma, Y., & Lin, J. M. (2015). Nitrite sensing based on the carbon dots-enhanced chemiluminescence from peroxynitrous acid and carbonate. Talanta, 132, 457-462.

  110. Whittaker, A., Sofi, F., Luisi, M. L. E., Rafanelli, E., Fiorillo, C., Becatti, M., ... & Benedettelli, S. (2015). An Organic Khorasan Wheat-Based Replacement Diet Improves Risk Profile of Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome: A Randomized Crossover Trial. Nutrients, 7(5), 3401-3415.

  111. Markova, S. V., & Vysotski, E. S. (2015). Coelenterazine-dependent luciferases. Biochemistry (Moscow), 80(6), 714-732.

  112. Kesler, M. (2015). Biological characteristics and restoration of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar populations in the Rivers of Northern Estonia (Doctoral dissertation).

  113. Gubareva, E. A., Sjöqvist, S., Gilevich, I. V., Sotnichenko, A. S., Kuevda, E. V., Lim, M. L., ... & Gumenyuk, I. S. (2016). Orthotopic transplantation of a tissue engineered diaphragm in rats. Biomaterials, 77, 320-335.

  114. Knight, J., Stride, R., Webster, S., Purdue, J. (2016). Managing fatigue in football: A novel approach. Football medicine strategies – Return to play, 9th – 11th April, London 2016 – p227-229 ISBN 978-88-6028-466-2 edited by Roi G.S & Della Villa S.

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