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Dr Thomas Hallam
Tom Cox
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
Dr Vicky Brocklebank
April Baral
et al.
A novel method for real-time analysis of the complement C3b:FH:FI complex reveals dominant negative CFI variants in Age-related Macular Degeneration2022
Emily Glover
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
Dr Vicky Brocklebank
Vicky Wilson
Dr Patrick Walsh
et al.
Assessing the impact of prophylactic eculizumab on renal graft survival in atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome2022
Dr Edwin Wong
Thomas Hallam
Dr Vicky Brocklebank
Dr Patrick Walsh
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
et al.
Functional characterisation of rare genetic variants in the N-terminus of complement factor H in aHUS, C3G and AMD2021
Dr Ola Kamala
Dr Thomas Hallam
Tom Cox
Dr Yi Yang
Dr Falguni Vyas
et al.
Homodimeric Minimal Factor H: In Vivo Tracking and Extended Dosing Studies in Factor H Deficient Mice2021
Tom Hallam
Professor Claire Harris
Nik Tzoumas
David Steel
Victoria Shuttleworth
et al.
The Rare C9 P167S Risk Variant for Age-related Macular Degeneration Increases Polymerization of the Terminal Component of the Complement Cascade2021
Dr Vicky Brocklebank
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
Dr Patrick Walsh
Professor Kevin Marchbank
Professor Claire Harris
et al.
Long-term outcomes and response to treatment in DGKE nephropathy2020
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
Dr Yi Yang
Harriet Denton
Katie Cooke
Professor David Kavanagh
et al.
Hyper-functional complement C3 promotes C5-dependent atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome in mice 2019
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
Professor Kevin Marchbank
Targeting properdin in the treatment of atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome: better than eculizumab?2019
Dr Yi Yang
Harriet Denton
Dr Owen Davies
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
Professor Kevin Marchbank
et al.
An Engineered Complement Factor H Construct for Treatment of C3 Glomerulopathy2018
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
Harriet Denton
Professor Kevin Marchbank
A novel C3 gain of function mouse model of atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome2016
Dr Valerie Wilson
Tom Cox
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
Professor David Kavanagh
Professor Tim Goodship
et al.
Chromosomal rearrangement – a rare cause of complement factor I associated atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome2016
Professor David Kavanagh
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
Eculizumab in children with hemolytic uremic syndrome2016