Items where Kingston Author is "Robertson, Cameron"

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Zecchini, Matteo, Lucas, Robert A., Robertson, Cameron, Coban, Tomris, Thatti, Ravtej and Le Gresley, Adam (2022) Investigation of the formation of squalene oligomers exposed to ultraviolet light and changes in the exposed squalene as a potential skin model. Molecules, 27(11), p. 3481. ISSN (online) 1420-3049

Robertson, Cameron, Raj, Nidhin, Lucas, Robert, Coban, Tomris and Le Gresley, Adam (2022) A proof-of-concept study utilising 2D NMR spectrometry for in situ characterisation and quantitation of key biomarkers and actives in tape stripped ex vivo human skin. Talanta, 237, p. 122980. ISSN (print) 0039-9140

Coban, Tomris, Robertson, Cameron, Schwikkard, Sianne, Singer, Richard and LeGresley, Adam (2021) Synthesis and evaluation of bis(imino)anthracene derivatives as G-quadruplex ligands. RSC Medicinal Chemistry, 5, pp. 751-757. ISSN (online) 2632-8682

Elmedlou, Heba, Ishak, Yostina, Szczesnowska, Aleksandra, Karagil, Simge, Robertson, Cameron, Schwikkard, Sianne, Elbediwy, Ahmed and Morgan, Huda (2021) An insight into the growing interests surrounding the Arabic cultivated Ajwa date variety with anti-neoplastic potential benefits. Foods, ISSN (online) 2304-8158 (In Press)

Robertson, Cameron, Lucas, Robert A. and Le Gresley, Adam (2020) Scope and limitations of nuclear magnetic resonance techniques for characterisation and quantitation of vitamin D in complex mixtures. Skin Research and Technology, 26(1), pp. 112-120. ISSN (print) 0909-752X

Le Gresley, Adam, Broadberry, Grace, Robertson, Cameron, Peron, Jean-Marie, Robinson, Joshua and O'Leary, Shane (2019) Application of pure shift and diffusion NMR for the characterisation of crude and processed pyrolysis oil. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 140, pp. 281-289. ISSN (print) 0165-2370

Thesis

Robertson, Cameron (2019) The scope and limitations of novel NMR techniques to characterise and quantify biologically active compounds in the 'Stratum corneum'. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

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