Items where Author is "Horrocks, M H"

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Ludtmann, M H R and Angelova, P R and Horrocks, M H and Choi, M L and Rodrigues, M and Baev, A Y and Berezhnov, A V and Yao, Z and Little, D and Banushi, B and Al-Menhali, A S and Ranasinghe, R T and Whiten, D R and Yapom, R and Dolt, K S and Devine, M J and Gissen, P and Kunath, T and Jaganjac, M and Pavlov, E V and Klenerman, D and Abramov, A Y and Gandhi, S (2018) a-synuclein oligomers interact with ATP synthase and open the permeability transition pore in Parkinson’s disease. Nature Communications, 9. p. 2293.

Iljina, M and Hong, L and Horrocks, M H and Ludtmann, M H R and Hughes, C D and Choi, M L and Ruggeri, F S and Guilliams, T and Buell, A K and Gandhi, S and Bryant, C E and Vendruscolo, M and Knowles, T P J and Dobson, C M and De Genst, E and Klenerman, D (2017) Nanobodies raised against monomeric a-synuclein inhibit fibril-formation and destabilize toxic oligomeric species of a-synuclein. BMC Biology, 15 (57).

Deas, E and Cremades, N and Angelova, P R and Ludtmann, M H R and Yao, Z and Chen, S and Horrocks, M H and Banushi, B and Little, D and Devine, M J and Gissen, P and Klenerman, D and Dobson, C M and Wood, N W and Gandhi, S and Abramov, A Y (2016) Alpha-Synuclein Oligomers Interact with Metal Ions to Induce Oxidative Stress and Neuronal Death in Parkinson's Disease. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling, 24 (7). pp. 376-91.

Angelova, P R and Ludtmann, M H R and Horrocks, M H and Negoda, A and Cremades, N and Klenerman, D and Dobson, C M and Wood, N W and Pavlov, E V and Gandhi, S and Abramov, A Y (2016) Ca2+ is a key factor in a-synuclein-induced neurotoxicity. Journal of Cell Science, 129 (9). pp. 1792-801.

Reeve, A K and Ludtmann, M H R and Angelova, P R and Simcox, E M and Horrocks, M H and Klenerman, D and Gandhi, S and Turnbull, D M and Abramov, A Y (2015) Aggregated a-synuclein and complex I deficiency: exploration of their relationship in differentiated neurons. CELL DEATH & DISEASE, 6. e1820.

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