Browsing publications by Professor David Samuels

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor David Samuels
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Preventing the transmission of pathogenic mitochondrial DNA mutations: can we achieve long-term benefits from germ-line gene transfer?2013
Dr Gerald Pfeffer
Charlotte Alston
Dr Adam Hassani
Professor Rita Horvath
Professor David Samuels
et al.
Adult-onset spinocerebellar ataxia syndromes due to MTATP6 mutations2012
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Dr Hannah Elliott
Dr Gavin Hudson
Professor David Samuels
Professor Caroline Relton
et al.
Epigenetics, epidemiology and mitochondrial DNA diseases2012
Dr Gavin Hudson
Dr Ian Wilson
Dr Brendan Payne
Dr Joanna Elson
Professor David Samuels
et al.
Unique mitochondrial DNA in highly inbred feral cattle2012
Professor David Samuels
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Reply to Lee and Sawcer2010
Professor David Samuels
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Two direct repeats cause most human mtDNA deletions2004
Professor David Samuels
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Simulations of the random drift of intra-cellular mitochondrial DNA mutations2002
Professor David Samuels
Dr Enid Michael
Professor Doug Turnbull
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Random genetic drift determines the level of mutant mtDNA in human primary oocytes2001
Dr Joanna Elson
Professor David Samuels
Professor Doug Turnbull
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Random intracellular drift explains the clonal expansion of mitochondrial DNA mutations with age2001
Dr Olusola Idowu
Professor David Samuels
Evolution of coupled Gaussian vortex systems in helium II2000