Browsing publications by Dr Paul Smith

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Dr Paul Smith
Dr Angela Pyle
Dr Aurora Gomez Duran
Professor Patrick Chinnery
et al.
Altered 2-thiouridylation impairs mitochondrial translation in reversible infantile respiratory chain deficiency2013
Dr Paul Smith
Dr Joanna Elson
Dr Laura Greaves
Professor Robert Lightowlers
Professor Zofia Chrzanowska-Lightowlers
et al.
The role of the mitochondrial ribosome in human disease: Searching for mutations in 12S mitochondrial rRNA with high disruptive potential2013
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Dr Paul Smith
Kamil Sitarz
Professor Zofia Chrzanowska-Lightowlers
Professor Robert Lightowlers
et al.
Studying the molecular basis of the reversibility in infantile reversible cytochrome c oxidase deficiency2012
Dr Paul Smith
Professor Robert Lightowlers
Altering the balance between healthy and mutated mitochondrial DNA2011
Ricarda Richter
Joanna Rorbach
Aleksandra Pajak
Dr Paul Smith
Professor Robert Lightowlers
et al.
A functional peptidyl-tRNA hydrolase, ICT1, has been recruited into the human mitochondrial ribosome2010
Professor Rita Horvath
Dr Helen Tuppen
Dr Gavin Hudson
Dr Angela Pyle
Dr Paul Smith
et al.
Infantile reversible COX deficiency myopathy caused by the m.14674T > C mutation in mt-tRNA(Glu) in a German family2010
Sven Dennerlein
Dr Paul Smith
Agata Rozanska
Professor Robert Lightowlers
Professor Zofia Chrzanowska-Lightowlers
et al.
Knowing when to stop - human mitochondrial translation termination2010
Professor Rita Horvath
Dr Helen Tuppen
Dr Gavin Hudson
Dr Angela Pyle
Dr Paul Smith
et al.
Molecular basis of infantile reversible cytochrome c oxidase deficiency myopathy2009
Professor Zofia Chrzanowska-Lightowlers
Dr Richard Temperley
Dr Paul Smith
Professor Robert Lightowlers
Functional polypeptides can be synthesized from human mitochondrial transcripts lacking termination codons2004
Dr Paul Smith
Dr Gunther Ross
Professor Robert Taylor
Professor Doug Turnbull
Professor Robert Lightowlers
et al.
Bridging PNAs can bind preferentially to a deleted mitochondrial DNA template but replication by mitochondrial DNA polymerase γ in vitro is not impaired2003
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