Professor P C Molan (MBE)
Professor (Biological Sciences)
Qualifications: BSc (Hons) Wales. PhD Liv.
The antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of honey. Clinical and veterinary uses of honey. Development of honey-based wound dressing materials. Antibacterial peptides in mammalian secretions. Factors affecting the survival of sperm in artificial insemination procedures.
- Bean, Amanda (2012). Anti-inflammatory properties of honey.
- Omar, Syaliza (in progress). Identification of phenolic compounds in NZ beech honeydew honey and its property as iron chelator antioxidant.
- Ross, Kathryn (in progress). Resistance to black beetle (Heteronychus arator) in perennial ryegrass infected with AR1 endophyte
- Lin, Shih-Min Sam (2010). The study of the effect of manuka honey on enterobacteria.
- Bang, Lynne (2008). An investigation of the health properties of honey in the diet
- Harcourt, Nichola (2006). Investigating the effects of honey on the cellular processes involved in wound healing. [pictured above left]
- Hodgkinson, Alison (2006). Investigating the way in which immunoglobulins are produced in milk in response to hyper-immunisation of cows.
- Stephens, Jonathan (2006). Partitioning of genetic and environmental factors responsible for UMF production in Leptospermum scoparium (Manuka).
- Lin, Yuewen (2003). Isolation and characterisation of the antibacterial peptide in seminal plasma.
- Chang, Hsu-Wen (in progress). Are the antioxidants in honey responsible for honey's anti-inflammatory activity?
- Wang, Hao (2010). The study of the antioxidant activity of phenolic components of manuka honey.
- Zareie, Parvaneh (2010). The sensitivity of respiratory viruses to honey.
- Littlejohn, Emma (2009). The sensitivity of Adenovirus and Herpes simplex virus to honey.
- Ko, Yi-Ju (Sarah) (2005). The sensitivity of enteropathogenic bacteria to the antibacterial activity of honey.
- Blackstock, Steven (2004). Peptide inhibitors from milk proteins.
Antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of honey; clinical uses of honey; development of honey-based wound dressing materials.
- Molan, P. (2011) The evidence and the rationale for the use of honey as a wound dressing
Refereed Journal Articles - Wound Practice & Research: Journal of the Australian Wound Management Association
- Naidoo, N., Molan, P., Littler, R., Mok, G., Jameson, M., Round, G. (2011) A phase II randomized controlled trial of Manuka honey as prophylaxis against radiation-induced dermatitis in breast cancer patients
Refereed Journal Articles - European Journal of Cancer
- Cooper, R., Lindsay, E., Molan, P. (2011) Testing the susceptibility to manuka honey of streptococci isolated from wound swabs
Refereed Journal Articles - Journal of ApiProduct and ApiMedical Science
- Lin, S., Molan, P., Cursons, R. (2010) The controlled in vitro susceptibility of gastrointestinal pathogens to the antibacterial effect of manuka honey
Refereed Journal Articles - European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
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