Browsing publications by Dr Helen Tuppen

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Karolina Rygiel
Dr John Grady
Professor Robert Taylor
Dr Helen Tuppen
Professor Doug Turnbull
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Triple real-time PCR - an improved method to detect a wide spectrum of mitochondrial DNA deletions in single cells2015
Dr John Grady
Dr Julie Murphy
Professor Robert Taylor
Professor Doug Turnbull
Dr Helen Tuppen
et al.
Accurate Measurement of Mitochondrial DNA Deletion Level and Copy Number Differences in Human Skeletal Muscle2014
Dr Laura Greaves
Marco Nooteboom
Dr Joanna Elson
Dr Helen Tuppen
Geoffrey Taylor
et al.
Clonal Expansion of Early to Mid-Life Mitochondrial DNA Point Mutations Drives Mitochondrial Dysfunction during Human Ageing2014
Dr Stuart Williamson
Laura Wilson
Graeme Williamson
Dr Laura Greaves
Dr Helen Tuppen
et al.
Finding a niche. The location of human prostate stem cells2014
Dr Hue Hornig - Do
Dr Arianna Montanari
Dr Agata Rozanska
Dr Helen Tuppen
Abdulraheem Almalki
et al.
Human mitochondrial leucyl tRNA synthetase can suppress non cognate pathogenic mt-tRNA mutations2014
Dr Arianna Montanari
Dr Helen Tuppen
Professor Robert Taylor
The isolated carboxy-terminal domain of human mitochondrial leucyl-tRNA synthetase rescues the pathological phenotype of mitochondrial tRNA mutations in human cells2014
Gareth Greggains
Dr Lisa Lister
Dr Helen Tuppen
Qi Zhang
Dr Nilendran Prathalingam
et al.
Therapeutic potential of somatic cell nuclear transfer for degenerative disease caused by mitochondrial DNA mutations2014
Dr Helen Tuppen
Dr Langping He
Professor Robert Taylor
Cardiomyopathies due to homoplasmic mitochondrial tRNA mutations: morphologic and molecular features2013
Dr Helen Tuppen
Dr Arianna Montanari
Martina Leopizzi
Professor Robert Taylor
Isoleucyl-tRNA synthetase levels modulate the penetrance of a homoplasmic m.4277T > C mitochondrial tRNA(Ile) mutation causing hypertrophic cardiomyopathy2012
Dr Helen Tuppen
John Yarham
Professor Robert Taylor
Dr Bobby McFarland
Mutations in the mitochondrial tRNA(Ser(AGY)) gene are associated with deafness, retinal degeneration, myopathy and epilepsy2012
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