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Dr Katherine Johnson
Dr Ana Topf
Professor Volker Straub
POGLUT1 biallelic mutations cause myopathy with reduced satellite cells, α-dystroglycan hypoglycosylation and a distinctive radiological pattern2020
Dr Claire Wood
Professor Volker Straub
A comparison of the bone and growth phenotype of mdx, mdx:Cmah−/− and mdx:Utrn+/− murine models with the C57BL/10 wild-type mouse2020
Dr Jana Haberlova
Professor Volker Straub
Dr Chiara Marini Bettolo
European muscle MRI study in limb girdle muscular dystrophy type R1/2A (LGMDR1/LGMD2A)2020
Dr Katherine Johnson
Dr Ana Topf
Professor Volker Straub
POPDC3 Gene Variants Associate with a New Form of Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy2019
Professor Volker Straub
236th ENMC International Workshop Bone protective therapy in Duchenne muscular dystrophy: Determining the feasibility and standards of clinical trials Hoofddorp, The Netherlands, 1-3 June 20182019
Daniel Cox
Matt Henderson
Professor Volker Straub
Dr Rita Barresi
A simple and rapid immunoassay predicts dysferlinopathies in peripheral blood film2019
Dr Katherine Johnson
Dr Ana Topf
Professor Volker Straub
ANO5 mutations in the Polish limb girdle muscular dystrophy patients: Effects on the protein structure2019
Dr Anna Mayhew
Roberto Fernandez-Torron
Dr Michelle Eagle
Karen Bettinson
Professor Andrew Blamire
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Assessment of disease progression in dysferlinopathy – a 1 year cohort study2019
Dr Ana Topf
Dr Katherine Johnson
Professor Volker Straub
Characterization of three TRAPPC11 variants suggests a critical role for the extreme carboxy terminus of the protein2019
Professor Andrew Blamire
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Professor Volker Straub
Exploration of new contrasts, targets, and MR imaging and spectroscopy techniques for neuromuscular disease-A workshop report of working group 3 of the biomedicine and molecular biosciences COST action BM1304 MYO-MRI2019
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