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Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Nuno Mendonca
Professor Avan Sayer
Professor Thomas Hill
Dr Karen Davies
et al.
Effects of dietary patterns and low protein intake on sarcopenia risk in the very old: the Newcastle 85+ Study2020
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Christopher Hurst
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Terry Aspray
Professor Emma Stevenson
et al.
Milk for skeletal muscle health and sarcopenia in older adults: a narrative review2020
Dr Nuno Mendonca
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Antoneta Granic
Professor Carol Jagger
Protein intake and transitions between frailty states and to death in very old adults: the Newcastle 85+ study2020
Dr Richard Dodds
Dr Antoneta Granic
Professor Sian Robinson
Professor Avan Sayer
Sarcopenia, long-term conditions and multimorbidity: findings from UK Biobank participants2020
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Christopher Hurst
Professor Avan Sayer
Professor Emma Stevenson
Dr Terry Aspray
et al.
Study of the older adults’ motivators and barriers engaging in a nutrition and resistance exercise intervention for sarcopenia: An embedded qualitative project in the MIlkMAN pilot study 2020
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Antoneta Granic
Sammy Waite
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Charlotte Warren
et al.
The feasibility of muscle mitochondrial respiratory chain phenotyping across the cognitive spectrum in Parkinson’s disease2020
Dr Antoneta Granic
Chromosome Instability and Mosaic Aneuploidy in Neurodegenerative and Neurodevelopmental Disorders2019
Dr Nuno Mendonca
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Antoneta Granic
Professor Thomas Hill
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Contribution of protein intake and its interaction with physical activity to transitions between disability states and to death in very old adults: the Newcastle 85+ Study2019
Dr Antoneta Granic
Professor Avan Sayer
Professor Sian Robinson
Dietary patterns, skeletal muscle health and sarcopenia in older adults2019
Dr Antoneta Granic
karen Davies
Dr Richard Dodds
Dr Rachel Duncan
Germaine Uwimpuhwe
et al.
Factors associated with change in self-reported physical activity in the very old: The Newcastle 85+ Study2019
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