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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
connor Richardson
Professor Carol Brayne
Professor Pamela Shaw
Professor Fiona Matthews
Advanced Glycation End Product Formation in Human Cerebral Cortex Increases with Alzheimer-type Neuropathologic Changes but is Not Independently Associated with Dementia in a Population-Derived Ageing Brain Cohort2020
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Pamela Shaw
Regionality of disease progression predicts prognosis in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis2015
Professor Stephen Bourke
Professor Pamela Shaw
Safety and efficacy of diaphragm pacing in patients with respiratory insufficiency due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (DiPALS): a multicentre, open-label, randomised controlled trial2015
Professor Pamela Shaw
Dr Nick Steen
Health utility decreases with increasing clinical stage in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis2014
Dr Timothy Peel
Professor Pamela Shaw
Emeritus Professor John Gibson
Professor Stephen Bourke
Non-invasive ventilation in motor neuron disease: an update of current UK practice2012
Professor Stephen Bourke
Dr Timothy Peel
Emeritus Professor John Gibson
Professor Pamela Shaw
The changing landscape of non-invasive ventilation in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis2012
Professor Pamela Shaw
Dr Nick Steen
Protocol for a double-blind randomised placebo-controlled trial of lithium carbonate in patients with amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (LiCALS) [Eudract number: 2008-006891-31]2011
Dr Timothy Peel
Professor Pamela Shaw
Professor Stephen Bourke
Non-invasive ventilation in motor neurone disease: an update of current UK practice [abstract]2010
Professor John O'Brien
Dr Robert Barber
Professor Raj Kalaria
Professor Carol Brayne
Professor Pamela Shaw
et al.
Microarray RNA Expression Analysis of Cerebral White Matter Lesions Reveals Changes in Multiple Functional Pathways2009
Dr Paula Heath
Professor Carol Brayne
Dr Robert Barber
Professor Raj Kalaria
Professor John O'Brien
et al.
Microarray gene expression analysis of deep subcortical lesions in the ageing brain reveals changes in multiple functional pathways2008
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