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2010Alleviating Transcriptional Inhibition of the Norepinephrine Slc6a2 Transporter Gene in Depolarized NeuronsChristodoulou, John; Pelka, Gregory; Tam, Patrick; Bayles, Richard; Cappai, Roberto; Ciccotosto, Giuseppe D.; El-Osta, Assam; Harikrishnan, K. N.; Maxwell, Scott; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Childrens Medical Research Institute (CMRI)Alleviating Transcriptional Inhibition of the Norepinephrine Slc6a2 Transporter Gene in Depolarized Neurons, The Journal of Neuroscience, vol.30, 4, 2010,pp 1494-1501
2013Generation of mice deficient in both KLF3/BKLF and KLF8 reveals a genetic interaction and a role for these factors in embryonic globin gene silencingBell-Anderson, Kim; Pelka, Gregory; Power, Melinda; Radziewic, Tania; Tam, Patrick; Crossley, Merlin Paul; Fraser, Stuart T.; Funnell, Alister; Mak, Ka Sin; Norton, Laura; Pearson, Richard; Perkins, Andrew C; Twine, Natalie; Wilkins, Marc Ronald; Molecular Bioscience; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research InsGeneration of mice deficient in both KLF3/BKLF and KLF8 reveals a genetic interaction and a role for these factors in embryonic globin gene silencing, Molecular and Cellular Biology, vol.33, 15, 2013,pp 2976-2987
2014Mitochondrial dysfunction in the skeletal muscle of a mouse model of Rett syndrome (RTT): Implications for the disease phenotypeChristodoulou, John; Gold, Wendy; Tam, Patrick; Hargreaves, Iain; Kaur, Sukhdeep; Land, John; Pelka, Gregory; Williamson, Sarah L; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research InsMitochondrial dysfunction in the skeletal muscle of a mouse model of Rett syndrome (RTT): Implications for the disease phenotype, Mitochondrion, vol.15, N/A, 2014,pp 10-17