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2014Cellular, molecular and functional characterisation of YAC transgenic mouse models of Friedreich AtaxiaVirmouni, SA; Sandi, C; Al-Mahdawi, S; Pook, MA
2018Effect of diazoxide on friedreich ataxia modelsSantoro, A; Virmouni, SA; Paradies, E; Coa, VLV; Al-Mahdawi, S; Khoo, M; Porcelli, V; Vozza, A; Perrone, M; Denora, N; Taroni, F; Merla, G; Palmieri, L; Pook, MA; Marobbio, CMT
2014The emerging role of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine in neurodegenerative diseasesAl-Mahdawi, S; Virmouni, SA; Pook, MA
2014Epigenetic-based therapies for Friedreich ataxiaSandi, C; Sandi, M; Virmouni, SA; Al-Mahdawi, S; Pook, MA
2013Epigenetics in Friedreich's ataxia: Challenges and opportunities for therapySandi, C; Al-Mahdawi, S; Pook, MA
2018FAST-1 antisense RNA epigenetically alters FXN expressionPook, M; Mikaeili, H; Sandi, M; Bayot, A; Al-Mahdawi, S
2007The Friedreich ataxia GAA repeat expansion mutation induces comparable epigenetic changes in human and transgenic mouse brain and heart tissuesPook, MA; Al-Mahdawi, S; Mouro Pinto, R; Sandi, C; Trabzuni, D
2013Friedreich ataxia patient tissues exhibit increased 5-hydroxymethylcytosine modification and decreased CTCF binding at the FXN locusAl-Mahdawi, S; Sandi, C; Mouro Pinto, R; Pook, MA
2006GAA repeat expansion mutation mouse models of Friedreich ataxia exhibit oxidative stress leading to progressive neuronal and cardiac pathologyPook, MA; Al-Mahdawi, S; Mouro Pinto, R
2006The GAA triplet-repeat is unstable in the context of the human FXN locus and displays age-dependent expansions in cerebellum and DRG in a transgenic mouse modelPook, MA; Clark, RM; De Biase, I; Al-Mahdawi, S; Malykhina, AP; Bidichandani, S
2014Generation and characterisation of Friedreich ataxia YG8R mouse fibroblast and neural stem cell modelsSandi, C; Sandi, M; Jassal, H; Ezzatizadeh, V; Anjomani-Virmouni, S; Al-Mahdawi, S; Pook, MA
2015Genotype and phenotype characterisation of enhanced Friedreich’s ataxia GAA repeat expansion mouse modelsAnjomani Virmouni, S; Sandi, C; Ezzatizadeh, V; Sandi, M; Al-Mahdawi, S; Pook, M; Anjomani-Virmouni, S
2013Genotype and phenotype characterisation of Friedreich ataxia mouse models and cellsAnjomani Virmouni, Sara
2015Identification of telomere dysfunction in Friedreich ataxiaAnjomani-Virmouni, S; Al-Mahdawi, S; Sandi, C; Yasaei, H; Slijepcevic, P; Pook, M
2015Identification of telomere dysfunction in Friedreich ataxia.Anjomani-Virmouni, S; Al-Mahdawi, S; Sandi, S; Yasaei, H; Giunti, P; Slijepcevic, P; Pook, M
2012Interferon gamma upregulates frataxin and corrects the functional deficits in a Friedreich ataxia modelTomassini, B; Arcuri, G; Fortuni, S; Sandi, C; Ezzatizadeh, V; Casali, C; Condò, I; Malisan, F; Al-Mahdawi, S; Pook, M; Testi, R
2018Large interruptions of GAA repeat expansiopns mutations in Friedreich ataxia are very rarePook, M; Al-Mahdawi, S; Ging, H; Bayot, A; Cavalcanti, F; La Cognata, V; Cavallaro, S; Giunti, P
2016Lentivirus-meditated frataxin gene delivery reverses genome instability in Friedreich ataxia patient and mouse model fibroblastsKhonsari, H; Schneider, M; Al-Mahdawi, S; Chianea, YG; Themis, M; Parris, C; Pook, MA; Themis, M
2012The mismatch repair system protects against intergenerational GAA repeat instability in a Friedreich ataxia mouse modelEzzatizadeh, V; Pinto, RM; Sandi, C; Sandi, M; Al-Mahdawi, S; Te Riele, H; Pook, MA
2014MutLα heterodimers modify the molecular phenotype of Friedreich ataxiaEzzatizadeh, V; Sandi, C; Sandi, M; Anjomani-Virmouni, S; Al-Mahdawi, S; Pook, MA