Browsing publications by Dr Lynsey Cree

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Christoph Freyer
Dr Lynsey Cree
Dr Vasileios Floros
Dr David Samuels
Professor Patrick Chinnery
et al.
Variation in germline mtDNA heteroplasmy is determined prenatally but modified during subsequent transmission2012
Pip Carling
Dr Lynsey Cree
Professor Patrick Chinnery
The implications of mitochondrial DNA copy number regulation during embryogenesis2011
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Dr Helen Tuppen
Gareth Greggains
Dr Julie Murphy
Dr Lynsey Cree
et al.
Pronuclear transfer in human embryos to prevent transmission of mitochondrial DNA disease2010
Dr Lynsey Cree
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Reassessing evidence for a postnatal mitochondrial genetic bottleneck2010
Dr Patrick Yu Wai Man
Dr Lynsey Cree
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Secondary mtDNA Defects Do Not Cause Optic Nerve Dysfunction in a Mouse Model of Dominant Optic Atrophy2009
Dr Lynsey Cree
Dr David Samuels
Professor Patrick Chinnery
The inheritance of pathogenic mitochondrial DNA mutations2009
Dr Lynsey Cree
Professor Patrick Chinnery
A reduction of mitochondrial DNA molecules during embryogenesis explains the rapid segregation of genotypes2008
Dr Lynsey Cree
Dr Sheila Patel
Dr Angela Pyle
Dr Stephen Lynn
Professor Doug Turnbull
et al.
Age-related decline in mitochondrial DNA copy number in isolated human pancreatic islets2008
Dr Steve Durham
Dr David Samuels
Dr Lynsey Cree
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Normal levels of wild-type mitochondrial DNA maintain cytochrome c oxidase activity for two pathogenic mitochondrial DNA mutations but not for m.3243A→G2007
Professor Mary Herbert
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Professor Robert Taylor
Professor Robert Lightowlers
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
et al.
Transmission of mitochondrial DNA disorders: possibilities for the future2006
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