Browsing publications by Dr Joanna Elson

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Dr Ilse-Sanet Pienaar
Dr Joanna Elson
Mildly deleterious mitochondrial DNA variants are less frequent in healthy older individuals, but not more prevalent in Alzheimer’s patients2017
Dr Ilse-Sanet Pienaar
Dr Joanna Elson
MutPred mutational load analysis shows mildly deleterious mitochondrial DNA variants are not more prevalent in Alzheimer's patients, but may be under-represented in healthy older individuals2017
Dr Joanna Elson
Could we offer mitochondrial donation or similar assisted reproductive technology to South African patients with mitochondrial DNA disease?2016
Dr Joanna Elson
Pedunculopontine cell loss and protein aggregation direct microglia activation in parkinsonian rats2016
Dr Joanna Elson
Professor Francois van der Westhuizen
Using MutPred derived mtDNA load scores to evaluate mtDNA variation in hypertension and diabetes in a two-population cohort: The SABPA study2016
Dr Ilse-Sanet Pienaar
Dr Joanna Elson
Alex Bury
An animal model mimicking pedunculopontine nucleus cholinergic degeneration in Parkinson's disease2015
Dr Ilse-Sanet Pienaar
Dr Joanna Elson
Professor Raj Kalaria
Deep-brain stimulation associates with improved microvascular integrity in the subthalamic nucleus in Parkinson's disease2015
Dr Joanna Elson
Dr Paul Smith
Heterologous Inferential Analysis (HIA) as a Method to Understand the Role of Mitochondrial rRNA Mutations in Pathogenesis2015
Dr Joanna Elson
Mitochondrial DNA as a Risk Factor for False Positives in Case-Control Association Studies2015
Dr Grainne Gorman
Dr Joanna Elson
Jane Newman
Dr Brendan Payne
Dr Bobby McFarland
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Perceived fatigue is highly prevalent and debilitating in patients with mitochondrial disease2015
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