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Dr Daniel Stratton

Lecturer / Director of Studies for Forensic Science

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Department of Biomedical Sciences

Qualifications

  • PhD

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Plasma mEV levels in Ghanain malaria patients with low parasitaemia are higher than those of healthy controls, raising the potential for parasite markers in mEVs as diagnostic targets

Antwi-Baffour, S., Malibha-Pinchbeck, M., Stratton, D., Jorfi, S., Lange, S., & Inal, J. (2020). Plasma mEV levels in Ghanain malaria patients with low parasitaemia are higher than those of healthy controls, raising the potential for parasite markers in mEVs as diagnostic targets. Journal of Extracellular Vesicles, 9(1), https://doi.org/10.1080/20013078.2019.1697124

Inhibition of microvesiculation sensitizes prostate cancer cells to chemotherapy and reduces docetaxel dose required to limit tumor growth in vivo

Jorfi, S., Ansa-Addo, E. A., Kholia, S., Stratton, D., Valley, S., Lange, S., & Inal, J. (2015). Inhibition of microvesiculation sensitizes prostate cancer cells to chemotherapy and reduces docetaxel dose required to limit tumor growth in vivo. Scientific reports, 5(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/srep13006

Lifelong exercise, but not short-term high-intensity interval training, increases GDF11, a marker of successful aging: a preliminary investigation

Elliott, B. T., Herbert, P., Sculthorpe, N., Grace, F. M., Stratton, D., & Hayes, L. D. (2017). Lifelong exercise, but not short-term high-intensity interval training, increases GDF11, a marker of successful aging: a preliminary investigation. Physiological Reports, 5(13), e13343. https://doi.org/10.14814/phy2.13343

Microvesicles released constitutively from prostate cancer cells differ biochemically and functionally to stimulated microvesicles released through sublytic C5b-9

Stratton, D., Moore, C., Antwi-Baffour, S., Lange, S., & Inal, J. (2015). Microvesicles released constitutively from prostate cancer cells differ biochemically and functionally to stimulated microvesicles released through sublytic C5b-9. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, 460(3), 589-595. doi:10.1016/j.bbrc.2015.03.074

Sigma-1 receptors modulate neonatal Nav1.5 ion channels in breast cancer cell lines

Aydar, E., Stratton, D., Fraser, S. P., Djamgoz, M. B., & Palmer, C. (2016). Sigma-1 receptors modulate neonatal Nav1.5 ion channels in breast cancer cell lines. European Biophysics Journal, 45(7), 671-683. doi:10.1007/s00249-016-1135-0

Postgraduate supervision

Dr Stratton would welcome enquiries and applications in extracellular vesicles, immunology and tissue regeneration.

Current PhD Supervisions

- Janos Kovacs

- Anfal Sariff