Browsing publications by Dr Helen Andrews

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Dr Helen Andrews
Dr Kathryn White
Emeritus Professor David Bates
Professor Doug Turnbull
Dr Philip Nichols
et al.
Increased axonal mitochondrial activity as an adaptation to myelin deficiency in the Shiverer mouse2006
Dr Helen Andrews
Dr Kathleen White
Christopher Thomson
Emeritus Professor David Bates
Professor Doug Turnbull
et al.
A role for mitochondria in axonal loss in multiple sclerosis: studies in the Shiverer mouse model2005
Dr Philip Nichols
Dr Helen Andrews
Dr Kathleen White
Emeritus Professor David Bates
Professor Doug Turnbull
et al.
A role for mitochondria in chronic axonal loss in multiple sclerosis: Studies at early and late time points in the shiverer mouse model2005
Dr Helen Andrews
Dr Kathleen White
Emeritus Professor David Bates
Professor Doug Turnbull
Dr Philip Nichols
et al.
A role for mitochondria in chronic axonal loss in multiple sclerosis: studies at early and late time points in the shiverer mouse model2005
Dr Helen Andrews
Dr Kathleen White
Emeritus Professor David Bates
Professor Doug Turnbull
Dr Philip Nichols
et al.
Mitochondria and axonal loss in multiple sclerosis: the missing link?2005
Dr Helen Andrews
Dr Kathleen White
Christopher Thomson
Emeritus Professor David Bates
Professor Doug Turnbull
et al.
Mitochondria and axonal loss in multiple sclerosis: the shiverer mouse as a model of secondary progressive MS2005
Dr Helen Andrews
Dr Philip Nichols
Emeritus Professor David Bates
Professor Doug Turnbull
Mitochondrial dysfunction plays a key role in progressive axonal loss in Multiple Sclerosis2005