Browsing publications by Dr Lisa Turnbull

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Edwin Wong
Holly Anderson
Rachel Challis
Dr Lisa Turnbull
Daniel Ahlert
et al.
Characterization of a Factor H Mutation That Perturbs the Alternative Pathway of Complement in a Family with Membranoproliferative GN2014
Dr Lisa Turnbull
Dr David Bourn
Dr Christopher Bacon
Dr Michael Wright
Dr Mario Abinun
et al.
Phenotypic Variations of Cartilage Hair Hypoplasia: Granulomatous Skin Inflammation and Severe T Cell Immunodeficiency as Initial Clinical Presentation in Otherwise Well Child with Short Stature2014
Dr Lisa Turnbull
Professor Tim Goodship
Dr Veronique Fremaux-Bacchi
A prevalent CFHR1/FH reverse hybrid gene in aHUS patients induces deregulation of the alternative pathway2013
Rachel Challis
Holly Anderson
Dr Edwin Wong
Dr Lisa Turnbull
Dr Kevin Marchbank
et al.
Atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome associated with a novel hybrid CFH/CFHR3 gene2013
Dr Lucy Holmes
Dr Lisa Turnbull
Dr Iain Moore
Dr Kevin Marchbank
Dr David Kavanagh
et al.
Determining the Population Frequency of the CFHR3/CFHR1 Deletion at 1q322013
Dr David Kavanagh
Dr Lisa Turnbull
Dr Kevin Marchbank
Professor Tim Goodship
A novel hybrid CFH/CFHR3 gene generated by a microhomology-mediated deletion in familial atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome2012
Dr Luca Ermini
Professor Tim Goodship
Dr Lisa Turnbull
Professor Heather Cordell
Dr Veronique Fremaux-Bacchi
et al.
Common genetic variants in complement genes other than CFH, CD46 and the CFHRs are not associated with aHUS.2012
Dr Lisa Turnbull
Professor Tim Goodship
Dense deposits disease (DDD): Favorable long-term outcome on enalapril despite persistence of complement activation2012
Professor Tim Goodship
Dr Isabel Pappworth
Dr Iain Moore
Dr Eva-Maria Hunze
James Staniforth
et al.
Factor H autoantibodies in membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis2012
Dr David Kavanagh
Dr Isabel Pappworth
Christine Hayes
Dr Iain Moore
Dr Eva-Maria Hunze
et al.
Factor I Autoantibodies in Patients with Atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome: Disease-Associated or an Epiphenomenon?2012
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