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Stöberl, Nina, Donaldson, Jasmine ORCID:, Binda, Caroline S., McAllister, Branduff, Hall-Roberts, Hazel, Jones, Lesley ORCID:, Massey, Thomas H. ORCID: and Allen, Nicholas D. ORCID: 2023. Mutant huntingtin confers cell-autonomous phenotypes on Huntington’s disease iPSC-derived microglia. Scientific Reports 13 , 20477. 10.1038/s41598-023-46852-z

Stöberl, Nina 2022. Investigation of microglia phenotypes in an iPSC model of Huntington’s Disease. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Maguire, Emily, Connor-Robson, Natalie ORCID:, Shaw, Bethany, O’Donoghue, Rachel, Stöberl, Nina and Hall-Roberts, Hazel 2022. Assaying microglia functions in vitro. Cells 11 (21) , 3414. 10.3390/cells11213414

Ruigrok, Silvie R., Abbink, Maralinde R., Geertsema, Jorine, Kuindersma, Jesse E., Stöberl, Nina, van der Beek, Eline M., Lucassen, Paul J., Schipper, Lidewij and Korosi, Aniko 2021. Effects of early-life stress, postnatal diet modulation and long-term western-style diet on peripheral and central inflammatory markers. Nutrients 13 (2) , 288. 10.3390/nu13020288

Galino, Jorge, Cervellini, Ilaria, Zhu, Ning, Stöberl, Nina, Hütte, Meike, Fricker, Florence R., Lee, Garrett, McDermott, Lucy, Lalli, Giovanna and Bennett, David L.H. 2019. RalGTPases contribute to Schwann cell repair after nerve injury via regulation of process formation. Journal of Cell Biology 218 (7) , pp. 2370-2387. 10.1083/jcb.201811002

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