Browsing publications by Dr Ana Topf

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Ana Topf
Professor Volker Straub
Improving genetic diagnosis in Mendelian disease with transcriptome sequencing2017
Dr Lizzie Harris
Dr Rita Barresi
Dr Chiara Marini Bettolo
Dr Ana Topf
Professor Volker Straub
et al.
Recessive mutations in the kinase ZAK cause a congenital myopathy with fibre type disproportion2017
Dr Juliane Mueller
Dr Teresinha Evangelista
Dr Ana Topf
Professor Hanns Lochmuller
KLHL40-related nemaline myopathy with a sustained, positive response to treatment with acetylcholinesterase inhibitors2016
Dr Katherine Johnson
Lauren Phillips
Dr Ana Topf
Professor Volker Straub
A homozygous DPM3 mutation in a patient with alpha-dystroglycan-related limb girdle muscular dystrophy2016
Dr Ana Topf
Dr Jelena Nikodinovic Glumac
Dr Marta Bertoli
Dr Katherine Johnson
Lauren Phillips
et al.
A recessive TTN founder mutation causes a distal myopathy phenotype in a Serbian cohort2016
Dr Ana Topf
Professor Katherine Bushby
Professor Volker Straub
Analysis of a large international cohort confirms that recessively inherited loss-of-function TTN mutations cause prenatal or infant-onset muscle disease, often complicated by early cardiorespiratory involvement2016
Dr Katherine Johnson
Dr Marta Bertoli
Lauren Phillips
Dr Ana Topf
Professor Volker Straub
et al.
Application of exome sequencing technologies: A case study of patients with unexplained limb-girdle muscle weakness harbouring GAA mutations2016
Dr Ana Topf
Dr Katherine Johnson
Professor Volker Straub
Exercise intolerance and myalgia: First clinical sign of a primary alpha-sarcoglycanopathy2016
Emily O'Connor
Dr Ana Topf
Dr Juliane Mueller
Daniel Cox
Dr Teresinha Evangelista
et al.
Identification of mutations in the MYO9A gene in patients with congenital myasthenic syndrome2016
Lauren Phillips
Dr Ana Topf
Dr Katherine Johnson
Dr Marta Bertoli
Professor Volker Straub
et al.
Identification of sequence variants in eight genes associated with dystroglycanopathies using whole exome sequencing2016
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