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2004Determination of oligosaccharides and glycolipids in amniotic fluid by electrospray ionisation tandem mass spectrometry: in utero indicators of lysosomal storage diseasesRamsay, S.; Maire, I.; Bindloss, C.; Fuller, M.; Whitfield, P.; Piraud, M.; Hopwood, J.; Meikle, P.
2004Newborn screening for lysosomal storage disorders: Clinical evaluation of a two-tier strategyMeikle, P.; Ranieri, E.; Simonsen, H.; Rozaklis, T.; Ramsay, S.; Whitfield, P.; Fuller, M.; Christensen, E.; Skovby, F.; Hopwood, J.
2008Diagnosis of metachromatic leukodystrophy by immune quantification of arylsulphatase A protein and activity in dried blood spotsTan, M.; Dean, C.; Hopwood, J.; Meikle, P.
2008Plasma lipids are altered in Gaucher disease: Biochemical markers to evaluate therapeutic interventionMeikle, P.; Whitfield, P.; Rozaklis, T.; Blacklock, D.; Duplock, S.; Elstein, D.; Zimran, A.; Mengel, E.; Cannell, P.; Hopwood, J.; Fuller, M.
2008Effect of lysosomal storage on bis(monoacylglycero)phosphateMeikle, P.; Duplock, S.; Blacklock, D.; Whitfield, P.; Macintosh, G.; Hopwood, J.; Fuller, M.
2008Minimum substrate requirements of endoglycosidase activities toward dermatan sulfate by electrospray ionization-tandem mass spectrometryNielsen, T.; Meikle, P.; Hopwood, J.; Fuller, M.
2003Immortalisation of a mucopolysaccharidosis type IIIC fibroblast cell line via expression of SV40 T antigenNelson, K.; Melville, E.; Meikle, P.; Anson, D.
2008Glucosylceramide accumulation is not confined to the lysosome in fibroblasts from patients with Gaucher diseaseFuller, M.; Rozaklis, T.; Lovejoy, M.; Zarrinkalam, K.; Hopwood, J.; Meikle, P.
2004Transthyretin interacts with the lysosome-associated membrane protein (LAMP-1) in circulationChang, M.; Hua, C.; Isaac, E.; Litjens, T.; Hodge, G.; Karageorgos, L.; Meikle, P.
2005Replacing acid ∝-glucosidase in Pompe disease: recombinant and transgenic enzymes are equipotent, but neither completely clears glycogen from type II muscle fibersRaben, N.; Fukuda, T.; Gilbert, A.; de Jong, D.; Thurberg, B.; Mattaliano, R.; Meikle, P.; Hopwood, J.; Nagashima, K.; Nagaraju, K.; Plotz, P.