Browsing publications by Sharon Foster

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Lars Klinge
Dr Steven Laval
Sharon Foster
Faye Haldane
Professor Volker Straub
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From T-tubule to sarcolemma: Damage-induced dysferlin translocation in early myogenesis2007
Dr Bobby McFarland
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Dr Andrew Schaefer
Dr Andrew Morris
Sharon Foster
et al.
Homoplasmy, heteroplasmy, and mitochondrial dystonia2007
Dr Richard Andrews
Professor Doug Turnbull
Michael Birch
Sharon Foster
Professor Patrick Chinnery
et al.
The role of mitochondrial haplogroups in primary open angle glaucoma2006
Philip Griffiths
Sharon Foster
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Michael Birch
A polymorphism at codon 31 of gene p21 is not associated with primary open angle glaucoma in Caucasians2005
Sharon Foster
Professor Doug Turnbull
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Co-segregation and heteroplasmy of two coding-region mtDNA mutations within a matrilineal pedigree2005
Sharon Foster
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Minimum prevalence of spinocerebellar ataxia 17 in the north east of England2005
Dr Thomas Ressiniotis
Philip Griffiths
Dr Mark Birch
Sharon Foster
Professor Patrick Chinnery
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Apolipoprotein E promoter polymorphisms do not have a major influence on the risk of developing primary open angle glaucoma2004
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Sharon Foster
Dr Vankateswara Ramesh
Infantile hereditary spastic paraparesis due to codominant mutations in the spastin gene2004
Kate Craig
Sharon Foster
Dr Ann Curtis
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Molecular Epidemiology of Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 62004
Dr Thomas Ressiniotis
Philip Griffiths
Dr Mark Birch
Sharon Foster
Professor Patrick Chinnery
et al.
Primary open angle glaucoma is associated with a specific p53 gene haplotype2004
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