Carolyn Porteous

Research Assistant
CarolynPorteous
  • Biochemistry Department
  • School of Biomedical Sciences
  • University of Otago
  • P.O. Box 56
  • 710 Cumberland St
  • Dunedin 9054 , New Zealand
  • Tel.: 64 3 479-7860
  • Fax: 64 3 479-7866
  • Email:carolyn.porteous@otago.ac.nz

Selected Publications

S McCormick, T Kader, C Porteous, G Jones, and N Dickerhof., Ribose-Cysteine Increases Glutathione-Based Antioxidant Status and Reduces Atherosclerosis in Apoe-Deficient Mice., Atherosclerosis 2016 vol. 252 pp. E97-E98., Link »

Angela Logan, Victoria R Pell, Karl J Shaffer, Cameron Evans, Nathan J Stanley, Ellen L Robb, Tracy A Prime, Edward T Chouchani, Helena M Cocheme, Ian M Fearnley, Sara Vidoni, Andrew M James, Carolyn M Porteous, Linda Partridge, Thomas Krieg, Robin A J Smith, and Michael P Murphy., Assessing the Mitochondrial Membrane Potential in Cells and In Vivo using Targeted Click Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry, Cell Metab 2015, Link »

Monika Sharma, Anne Von Zychlinski-Kleffmann, Carolyn M Porteous, Gregory T Jones, Michael J A Williams, and Sally P A McCormick., Lipoprotein (a) upregulates ABCA1 in liver cells via scavenger receptor-B1 through its oxidized phospholipids., J Lipid Res 2015 vol. 56 (7) pp. 1318-1328., Link »

Kader, T., Porteous, C. M., Williams, M. J. A., Gieseg, S. P., & McCormick, S. P. A. , Ribose-cysteine increases glutathione-based antioxidant status and reduces LDL in human lipoprotein(a) mice., Atherosclerosis (2014) 237(2), 725–733., Link »

C M Porteous, D K Menon, F I Aigbirhio, R.A.J. Smith, and M.P. Murphy, P-glycoprotein (Mdr1a/1b) and breast cancer resistance protein (Bcrp) decrease the uptake of hydrophobic alkyl triphenylphosphonium cations by the brain, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - General Subjects 2013 vol. 1830 (6) pp. 3458-3465, Link »

G F Kelso, A Maroz, H M Cochemé, A Logan, T A Prime, A V Peskin, C.C. Winterbourn, A M James, M F Ross, S Brooker, C M Porteous, R F Anderson, M.P. Murphy, and R.A.J. Smith, A mitochondria-targeted macrocyclic Mn(II) superoxide dismutase mimetic, Chemistry and Biology 2012 vol. 19 (10) pp. 1237-1246, Link »