Items by Richardson, Judith
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Koumanov, F., Pereira, V. J., Richardson, J. D., Sargent, S. L., Fazakerley, D. J. and Holman, G. D., 2015. Insulin regulates Rab3–Noc2 complex dissociation to promote GLUT4 translocation in rat adipocytes. Diabetologia, 58 (8), pp. 1877-1886.
Chowdhury, E. A., Richardson, J. D., Tsintzas, K., Thompson, D. and Betts, J. A., 2015. Carbohydrate-rich breakfast attenuates glycaemic, insulinaemic and ghrelin response to ad libitum lunch relative to morning fasting in lean adults. British Journal of Nutrition, 114 (01), pp. 98-107. Item availability may be restricted.
Chowdhury, E., Richardson, J., Tsintzas, K., Thompson, D. and Betts, J., 2015. Forthcoming. Effect of extended morning fasting upon ad libitum lunch intake and associated metabolic and hormonal responses in obese adults. International Journal of Obesity
Betts, J., Richardson, J. D., Chowdhury, E., Holman, G. D., Tsintzas, K. and Thompson, D., 2014. The causal role of breakfast in energy balance and health:A randomized controlled trial in lean adults. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 100 (2), pp. 539-547.
Walhin, J. P., Richardson, J. D., Betts, J. A. and Thompson, D., 2013. Exercise counteracts the effects of short-term overfeeding and reduced physical activity independent of energy imbalance in healthy young men. Journal of Physiology, 591 (24), pp. 6231-6243.
Betts, J. A., Thompson, D., Richardson, J. D., Chowdhury, E. A., Jeans, M., Holman, G. D. and Tsintzas, K., 2011. Bath Breakfast Project (BBP) - Examining the Role of Extended Daily Fasting in Human Energy Balance and Associated Health Outcomes: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial [ISRCTN31521726]. Trials, 12, 172.
Koumanov, F., Richardson, J. D., Murrow, B. A. and Holman, G. D., 2011. AS160 phosphotyrosine-binding domain constructs inhibit insulin-stimulated GLUT4 vesicle fusion with the plasma membrane. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 286 (19), pp. 16574-16582.
Dukes, J. D., Richardson, J. D., Simmons, R. and Whitley, P., 2008. A dominant-negative ESCRT-III protein perturbs cytokinesis and trafficking to lysosomes. Biochemical Journal, 411 (2), pp. 233-239.