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2009Cap disease due to mutation of the beta-tropomyosin gene (TPM2)Clarke, Nigel; Domazetovska, Ana; North, Kathryn; Waddell, Leigh; Kornberg, Andrew J.; McLean, Catriona A.; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthCap disease due to mutation of the beta-tropomyosin gene (TPM2), Neuromuscular Disorders, vol.19, 5,pp 348-351
2010Evidence for a dominant negative disease mechanism in cap myopathy due to TPM3Clarke, Nigel; North, Kathryn; Waddell, Leigh; Kennedy, Paul; Kornberg, Andrew J.; Kreissl, Michaela; Labarre-Vila, Annick; McLean, Catriona A.; Monnier, Nicole; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthEvidence for a dominant negative disease mechanism in cap myopathy due to TPM3, Neuromuscular Disorders, vol.20, N/A,pp 464-466
2015INPP4B is highly expressed in prostate intermediate cells and its loss of expression in prostate carcinoma predicts for recurrence and poor long term survivalGupta, Ruta; Horvath, Lisa; Kench, James; Chiam, K; Fedele, Clare; Giles, Graham; McLean, Catriona A.; Mitchell, Christina A.; Ooms, Lisa M; Rynkiewicz, Natalie; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: PathologyINPP4B is highly expressed in prostate intermediate cells and its loss of expression in prostate carcinoma predicts for recurrence and poor long term survival, The Prostate, vol.75, 1, 2015,pp 92-102