Items where Author is Doyle, A.
Number of items: 6.
Clow, Angela and Doyle, A. and Hucklebridge, Frank and Carroll, D. and Ring, C. and Shrimpton, J. and Willemsen, G. and Evans, Philip D. (1997) Endogenous monoamine oxidase A inhibitory activity (tribulin), measured in saliva, is related to cardiovascular reactivity in normal individuals. Journal of Neural Transmission (supplement) , 52 . pp. 77-83. ISSN 0303-6995
Doyle, A. and Hucklebridge, Frank and Evans, Philip D. and Clow, Angela (1996) Salivary monoamine oxidase A and B inhibitory activities correlate with stress. Life Sciences, 59 (16). pp. 1357-1362. ISSN 0024-3205
Doyle, A. and Hucklebridge, Frank and Evans, Philip D. and Clow, Angela (1996) Urinary output of endogenous monoamine oxidase inhibitory activity is related to everyday stress. Life Sciences, 58 (20). pp. 1723-1730. ISSN 0024-3205
Doyle, A. and Pang, F.-Y. and Bristow, M. and Hucklebridge, Frank and Evans, Philip D. and Clow, Angela (1996) Urinary cortisol and endogenous monoamine oxidase inhibitor(s), but not isatin, are raised in anticipation of stress and/or arousal in normal individuals. Stress Medicine, 12 (1). pp. 43-49. ISSN 1532-3005
Evans, Philip D. and Hucklebridge, Frank and Clow, Angela and Doyle, A. (1995) Secretory immunoglobulin A as convenient biomarker in health survey work. In: Rodriguez-Martin, J., (ed.) Health psychology and quality of life research: Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society. University of Alicante, Alicante, pp. 541-549.
Doyle, A. and Pang, F.-Y. and Hucklebridge, Frank and Evans, Philip D. and Clow, Angela (1996) Tribulin and stress in normal individuals. In: McCarty, R. and Aguilera, G. and Sabban, E. and Kvetnansky, R., (eds.) Stress: molecular genetic and neurobiological advances. Harwood Academic, Amsterdam, pp. 877-883.