Browsing publications by Dr Christopher Morris

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Michael Keogh
Dr Wei Wei
Dr Ian Wilson
Dr Jonathan Coxhead
Dr Helen Griffin
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Genetic compendium of 1511 human brains available through the UK Medical Research Council Brain Banks Network Resource2017
Daniel Erskine
Professor Alan Thomas
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Michael Savage
Professor Johannes Attems
et al.
Neuronal Loss and Α-Synuclein Pathology in the Superior Colliculus and Its Relationship to Visual Hallucinations in Dementia with Lewy Bodies.2017
Daniel Erskine
Professor Alan Thomas
Professor Johannes Attems
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Professor Ian McKeith
et al.
Specific patterns of neuronal loss in the pulvinar nucleus in dementia with Lewy bodies2017
Dr Paul Keane
Dr Christopher Morris
Trichloroethylene-induced formic aciduria in the male C57 Bl/6 mouse2017
Dr Tamara Modebadze
Dr Christopher Morris
A Low Mortality, High Morbidity Reduced Intensity Status Epilepticus (RISE) Model of Epilepsy and Epileptogenesis in the Rat2016
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
Dr Peter Hanson
Daniel Erskine
Dr Nichola Lax
Evangelia Karyka
et al.
Analysis of primary visual cortex in dementia with Lewy bodies indicates GABAergic involvement associated with recurrent complex visual hallucinations2016
Dr Francesco Vergani
Dr Christopher Morris
Professor Johannes Attems
Anatomic Connections of the Subgenual Cingulate Region2016
Jonathan Phillips
Dr Alex Laude
Professor Robert Lightowlers
Dr Christopher Morris
Professor Doug Turnbull
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Development of passive CLARITY and immunofluorescent labelling of multiple proteins in human cerebellum: understanding mechanisms of neurodegeneration in mitochondrial disease2016
Dr Michael Keogh
Dr Marzena Kurzawa-Akanbi
Dr Helen Griffin
Dr Konstantinos Douroudis
Dr Kristin Ayers
et al.
Exome sequencing in dementia with Lewy bodies2016
Debbie Lett
Professor Johannes Attems
Dr Christopher Morris
Extended post-mortem delay times should not be viewed as a deterrent to the scientific investigation of human brain tissue: a study from the Brains for Dementia Research Network Neuropathology Study Group, UK2016
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