Browsing publications by Dr Brendan Payne

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Dr Brendan Payne
Dr Thomas Chadwick
Professor Andrew Blamire
Dr Kirstie Anderson
Dr Jehill Parikh
et al.
Does efavirenz replacement improve neurological function in treated HIV infection?2017
Dr Brendan Payne
Dr Thomas Chadwick
Professor Andrew Blamire
Jessica Qian
Dr Ann Marie Hynes
et al.
Neurocognitive and neurometabolic effects of switch from efavirenz to ritonavir-boosted lopinavir2016
Dr Matthias Schmid
Dr Brendan Payne
Virological failure and development of new resistance mutations according to CD4 count at combination antiretroviral therapy initiation2016
Dr Brendan Payne
Kris Gardner
Professor Rita Horvath
Professor Robert Taylor
Professor Patrick Chinnery
et al.
Clinical and Pathological Features of Mitochondrial DNA Deletion Disease Following Antiretroviral Treatment2015
Dr Rebecca Batten
Dr Brendan Payne
Dr Stuart McPherson
Dr Ben Thompson
False-positive Hepatitis B Serology Due to Suspected Cross-Reactivity in a Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis2015
Dr Brendan Payne
Kris Gardner
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Mitochondrial DNA mutations in ageing and disease: implications for HIV?2015
Dr Brendan Payne
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Mitochondrial dysfunction in aging: Much progress but many unresolved questions2015
Dr Grainne Gorman
Dr Joanna Elson
Jane Newman
Dr Brendan Payne
Dr Bobby McFarland
et al.
Perceived fatigue is highly prevalent and debilitating in patients with mitochondrial disease2015
Professor Francois van der Westhuizen
Dr Grainne Gorman
Dr Brendan Payne
Dr Joanna Elson
Understanding the Implications of Mitochondrial DNA Variation in the Health of Black Southern African Populations: The 2014 Workshop2015
Kris Gardner
Dr Brendan Payne
Professor Rita Horvath
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Use of stereotypical mutational motifs to define resolution limits for the ultra-deep resequencing of mitochondrial DNA2015
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