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Dr Ewen Sommerville
Dr Yi Ng
Dr Charlotte Alston
Dr Langping He
Charlotte Knowles
et al.
Clinical features, molecular heterogeneity, and prognostic implications in YARS2-related mitochondrial myopathy2017
Professor Bobby McFarland
Professor Laurence Bindoff
Dr Grainne Gorman
Professor Rita Horvath
Professor Doug Turnbull
et al.
International Workshop:: Outcome measures and clinical trial readiness in primary mitochondrial myopathies in children and adults. Consensus recommendations. 16-18 November 2016, Rome, Italy2017
Padraig Flannery
Dr Florence Burte
Professor Robert Taylor
Professor Laurence Bindoff
Dr Patrick Yu Wai Man
et al.
Fatal infantile mitochondrial encephalomyopathy, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and optic atrophy associated with a homozygous OPA1 mutation2016
Dr Ian Wilson
Pip Carling
Dr Charlotte Alston
Vasileios Floros
Dr Angela Pyle
et al.
Mitochondrial DNA sequence characteristics modulate the size of the genetic bottleneck2016
Dr John Yarham
Dr Angela Pyle
Dr Francesco Bruni
Dr Langping He
Dr Helen Griffin
et al.
Defective i6A37 Modification of Mitochondrial and Cytosolic tRNAs Results from Pathogenic Mutations in TRIT1 and its Substrate tRNA2014
Dr Charalampos Tzoulis
Dr Jonathan Coxhead
Dr Brendan Payne
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Professor Laurence Bindoff
et al.
Molecular Pathogenesis of Polymerase Gamma-Related Neurodegeneration2014
Dr Anna Sarkozy
Dr Debbie Hicks
Dr Steven Laval
Dr Rita Barresi
Dr Lizzie Harris
et al.
ANO5 Gene Analysis in a Large Cohort of Patients with Anoctaminopathy: Confirmation of Male Prevalence and High Occurrence of the Common Exon 5 Gene Mutation2013
Dr Gerald Pfeffer
Professor Rita Horvath
Professor Laurence Bindoff
Dr Patrick Yu Wai Man
Professor Michael Hanna
et al.
New treatments for mitochondrial disease - no time to drop our standards2013
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Professor Hanns Lochmuller
Professor Laurence Bindoff
Professor Robert Taylor
Professor John Matthews
et al.
The risk of developing a mitochondrial DNA deletion disorder2004
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Dr Richard Andrews
Professor Laurence Bindoff
Mitochondrial enteropathy: the primary pathology may not be within the gastrointestinal tract2001
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