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Koo, T and Lu-Nguyen, N B and Malerba, A and Kim, E and Kim, D and Cappellari, O and Cho, H-Y and Dickson, G and Popplewell, L and Kim, J-S (2018) Functional rescue of dystrophin deficiency in mice caused by frameshift mutations using Campylobacter jejuni Cas9. Molecular Therapy. (In Press)

Charles, J P and Cappellari, O and Spence, A J and Wells, D J and Hutchinson, J R (2016) Muscle moment arms and sensitivity analysis of a mouse hindlimb musculoskeletal model. JOURNAL OF ANATOMY, 229 (4). pp. 514-535.

Charles, J P and Cappellari, O and Spence, A J and Hutchinson, J R and Wells, D J (2016) Musculoskeletal Geometry, Muscle Architecture and Functional Specialisations of the Mouse Hindlimb. PLoS One, 11 (4).

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Maffioletti, SM and Sarcar, S and Henderson, A and Mannhardt, I and Pinton, L and Moyle, LA and Steele-Stallard, H and Cappellari, O and Wells, K E and Ragazzi, M and Wang, W and Zammit, P and Wells, D J and Eschenhagen, T and Tedesco, F S (2017) GENERATION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL HUMAN ARTIFICIAL SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE FROM IPS CELLS ENABLES COMPLEX DISEASE MODELLING FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Muses, S and Godfrey, C and McClorey, G and Wells, K E and Coursindel, T and Terry, R L and Betts, C and Cappellari, O and Hammond, S and O'Donovan, E and Hildyard, J and El Andaloussi, S and Gait, M and Wood, M and Wells, D J (2015) THE PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF DIFFERENT LEVELS OF DYSTROPHIN FOLLOWING ANTISENSE BASED EXON-SKIPPING IN THE MDX MOUSE. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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