Items where Author is "Godfrey, C"

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Betts, C A and McClorey, G and Healicon, R and Hammond, S M and Manzano, R and Muses, S and Ball, V and Godfrey, C and Merritt, T M and Westering, T and O'Donovan, L and Wells, K E and Gait, M J and Wells, D J and Tyler, D and Wood, M J (2019) Cmah-dystrophin deficient mdx mice display an accelerated cardiac phenotype that is improved following peptide-PMO exon skipping treatment. HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS, 28 (3). pp. 396-406.

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 C W 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. Neuromuscular Disorders, 25. S312-S313.

Betts, C A and Saleh, A F and Carr, C A and Muses, S and Wells, K E and Hammond, S M and Godfrey, C and McClorey, G and Woffindale, C and Clarke, K and Wells, D J, Gait, M J and Wood, M J A (2015) Implications for Cardiac Function Following Rescue of the Dystrophic Diaphragm in a Mouse Model of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Scientific Reports (Nature), 5 (11632).

Godfrey, C and Muses, S and McClorey, G and Wells, K E and Coursindel, T and Terry, R L and Betts, C and Hammond, S and O'Donovan, L and Hildyard, J C W and El Andaloussi, S and Gait, M J and Wood, M J and Wells, D J (2015) How much dystrophin is enough: the physiological consequences of different levels of dystrophin in the mdx mouse. HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS, 24 (15). pp. 4225-4237.

Jimenez-Mallebrera, C and Torelli, S and Feng, L and Kim, J and Godfrey, C and Clement, E and Mein, R and Abbs, S and Brown, S C and Campbell, K P and Kröger, S and Talim, B and Topaloglu, H and Quinlivan, R and Roper, H and Childs, A M and Kinali, M and Sewry, C A and Muntoni, F (2009) A comparative study of alpha-dystroglycan glycosylation in dystroglycanopathies suggests that the hypoglycosylation of alpha-dystroglycan does not consistently correlate with clinical severity. Brain Pathology, 19 (4). pp. 596-611.

Clement, E M and Godfrey, C and Tan, J and Brockington, M A and Torelli, S and Feng, L and Brown, S C and Jimenez-Mallebrera, C and Sewry, C A and Longman, C and Mein, R and Abbs, S and Vajsar, J and Schachter, H and Muntoni, F (2008) Mild POMGnT1 mutations underlie a novel limb-girdle muscular dystrophy variant. Archives of Neurology, 65 (1). pp. 137-4.

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