Dr Peter Houweling

Research Fellow
Paediatrics & Child Health, Children's Hospital, Westmead

Telephone 98451453

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Journals

  • Garton, F., Seto, J., Quinlan (nee Edwards), K., Yang, N., Houweling, P., North, K. (2014). alpha-Actinin-3 deficiency alters muscle adaptation in response to denervation and immobilisation. Human Molecular Genetics, 23(7), 1879-1893. [More Information]
  • Thomas, K., Zheng, X., Garces Suarez, F., Raftery, J., Quinlan (nee Edwards), K., Yang, N., North, K., Houweling, P. (2014). Evidence based selection of commonly used RT-qPCR reference genes for the analysis of mouse skeletal muscle. PLoS One, 9(2), e88653- 1-e88653- 11. [More Information]
  • Head, S., Houweling, P., Chan, S., Chen, G., Hardeman, E. (2014). Properties of regenerated mouse extensor digitorum longus muscle following notexin injury. Experimental Physiology, 99(4), 664-674. [More Information]
  • Thomas, K., Hamilton (Ellis), N., North, K., Houweling, P. (2014). Sequence analysis of the Equine ACTN3 Gene in Australian horse breeds. Gene, 538(1), 88-93. [More Information]
  • Seto, J., Quinlan (nee Edwards), K., Lek, M., Zheng, X., Garton, F., MacArthur, D., Hogarth, M., Houweling, P., Gregorevic, P., Turner, N., Yang, N., North, K., et al (2013). ACTN3 genotype infuences muscle performance through the regulation of calcineurin signaling. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 123(10), 4255-4263. [More Information]
  • Eynon, N., Hanson, E., Lucia, A., Houweling, P., Garton, F., North, K., Bishop, D. (2013). Genes for elite power and sprint performance: ACTN3 leads the way. Sports Medicine, 43(9), 803-817. [More Information]
  • Yang, N., Schindeler, A., McDonald, M., Seto, J., Houweling, P., Lek, M., Hogarth, M., Morse, A., Raftery, J., Balasuriya, D., Berman, Y., Quinlan (nee Edwards), K., Little, D., North, K., et al (2011). α-Actinin-3 deficiency is associated with reduced bone mass in human and mouse. Bone, 49(4), 790-798. [More Information]
  • Frugier, T., Mitchell, N., Tammen, I., Houweling, P., Arthur, D., Kay, G., van Diggelen, O., Jolly, R., Palmer, D. (2008). A new large animal model of CLN5 neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis in Borderdale sheep is caused by nucleotide substitution at a consensus splice site (c. 571 + 1G >A) leading to excision of exon 3. Neurobiology of Disease, 29, 306-315.
  • Tammen, I., Houweling, P., Frugier, T., Mitchell, N., Kay, G., Cavanagh, J., Cook, R., Raadsma, H., Palmer, D. (2006). A missense mutation (c.184C>T) in ovine CLN6 causes neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis in Merino sheep whereas affected South Hampshire sheep have reduced levels of CLN6 mRNA. BBA - Bioenergetics, 1762 (10), 898-905.
  • Houweling, P., Cavanagh, J., Palmer, D., Frugier, T., Mitchell, N., Windsor, P., Raadsma, H., Tammen, I. (2006). Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis in Devon cattle is caused by a single base duplication (c.662dupG) in the bovine CLN5 gene. BBA - Bioenergetics, 1762 (10), 890-897. [More Information]
  • Houweling, P., Cavanagh, J., Tammen, I. (2006). Radiation hybrid mapping of three candidate genes for bovine neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis: CLN3, CLN5 and CLN6. Cytogenetic and Genome Research, 115(1), 5-6. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Hamilton (Ellis), N., Tammen, I., Thomson, P., Forhead, A., Head, M., Coomer, R., Houweling, P., Wade, C., Hill, E., Raadsma, H. (2011). Intronic equine ACE polymorphisms are associated with lower circulating ACE levels. 9th Dorothy Russell Havemeyer Horse Genome Mapping Workshop, Minneapolis.
  • Mohd Ismail, I., Cavanagh, J., Mitchell, N., Houweling, P., Palmer, D., Tammen, I. (2009). A New Strategy to Identify the Disease Causing Mutation for Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis in South Hampshire Sheep. 18th Conference for the Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics AAABG 2009, Roseworthy, South Australia: Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics.
  • Frugier, T., Houweling, P., Mitchell, N., Kay, G., Tammen, I., Palmer, D. (2006). Molecular genetic characterization of three spontaneous ovine forms of neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses. Neuroscience 2006.
  • Houweling, P., Cavanagh, C., Windsor, P., Mitchell, N., Palmer, D., Raadsma, H., Tammen, I. (2005). CLN5; the causative gene for NCL in Australian Devon cattle. A large animal model for Finnish variant NCL. 10th International Congress on Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis.
  • Tammen, I., Houweling, P., Cavanagh, J., Mitchell, N., Raadsma, H., Kay, G., Palmer, D. (2005). Genetic characterisation of ruminant animal models of NCLs. 10th International Congress on Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis.
  • Houweling, P., Tammen, I., Cavanagh, C., Palmer, D., Raadsma, H. (2004). Genetic characterisation of two animal models for Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses (NCL): the Australian Merino sheep and Devon cattle. 29th International Conference on Animal Genetics (ISAG), Japan: ISAG.
  • Houweling, P., Tammen, I., Cavanagh, J., Palmer, D., Raadsma, H. (2004). Genetic characterisation of two animal models for Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses (NCL): the Australian Merino sheep and Devon cattle. 29th Conference of the International Society of Animal Genetics. ISAG.
  • Mitchell, N., Tammen, I., Houweling, P., Kay, G., Palmer, D. (2004). Ovine Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis: use of an indirect marker in the CLN6 gene for genotype prediction. 29th International Conference on Animal Genetics (ISAG), Japan: ISAG.

2014

  • Garton, F., Seto, J., Quinlan (nee Edwards), K., Yang, N., Houweling, P., North, K. (2014). alpha-Actinin-3 deficiency alters muscle adaptation in response to denervation and immobilisation. Human Molecular Genetics, 23(7), 1879-1893. [More Information]
  • Thomas, K., Zheng, X., Garces Suarez, F., Raftery, J., Quinlan (nee Edwards), K., Yang, N., North, K., Houweling, P. (2014). Evidence based selection of commonly used RT-qPCR reference genes for the analysis of mouse skeletal muscle. PLoS One, 9(2), e88653- 1-e88653- 11. [More Information]
  • Head, S., Houweling, P., Chan, S., Chen, G., Hardeman, E. (2014). Properties of regenerated mouse extensor digitorum longus muscle following notexin injury. Experimental Physiology, 99(4), 664-674. [More Information]
  • Thomas, K., Hamilton (Ellis), N., North, K., Houweling, P. (2014). Sequence analysis of the Equine ACTN3 Gene in Australian horse breeds. Gene, 538(1), 88-93. [More Information]

2013

  • Seto, J., Quinlan (nee Edwards), K., Lek, M., Zheng, X., Garton, F., MacArthur, D., Hogarth, M., Houweling, P., Gregorevic, P., Turner, N., Yang, N., North, K., et al (2013). ACTN3 genotype infuences muscle performance through the regulation of calcineurin signaling. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 123(10), 4255-4263. [More Information]
  • Eynon, N., Hanson, E., Lucia, A., Houweling, P., Garton, F., North, K., Bishop, D. (2013). Genes for elite power and sprint performance: ACTN3 leads the way. Sports Medicine, 43(9), 803-817. [More Information]

2011

  • Hamilton (Ellis), N., Tammen, I., Thomson, P., Forhead, A., Head, M., Coomer, R., Houweling, P., Wade, C., Hill, E., Raadsma, H. (2011). Intronic equine ACE polymorphisms are associated with lower circulating ACE levels. 9th Dorothy Russell Havemeyer Horse Genome Mapping Workshop, Minneapolis.
  • Yang, N., Schindeler, A., McDonald, M., Seto, J., Houweling, P., Lek, M., Hogarth, M., Morse, A., Raftery, J., Balasuriya, D., Berman, Y., Quinlan (nee Edwards), K., Little, D., North, K., et al (2011). α-Actinin-3 deficiency is associated with reduced bone mass in human and mouse. Bone, 49(4), 790-798. [More Information]

2009

  • Mohd Ismail, I., Cavanagh, J., Mitchell, N., Houweling, P., Palmer, D., Tammen, I. (2009). A New Strategy to Identify the Disease Causing Mutation for Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis in South Hampshire Sheep. 18th Conference for the Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics AAABG 2009, Roseworthy, South Australia: Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics.

2008

  • Frugier, T., Mitchell, N., Tammen, I., Houweling, P., Arthur, D., Kay, G., van Diggelen, O., Jolly, R., Palmer, D. (2008). A new large animal model of CLN5 neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis in Borderdale sheep is caused by nucleotide substitution at a consensus splice site (c. 571 + 1G >A) leading to excision of exon 3. Neurobiology of Disease, 29, 306-315.

2006

  • Tammen, I., Houweling, P., Frugier, T., Mitchell, N., Kay, G., Cavanagh, J., Cook, R., Raadsma, H., Palmer, D. (2006). A missense mutation (c.184C>T) in ovine CLN6 causes neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis in Merino sheep whereas affected South Hampshire sheep have reduced levels of CLN6 mRNA. BBA - Bioenergetics, 1762 (10), 898-905.
  • Frugier, T., Houweling, P., Mitchell, N., Kay, G., Tammen, I., Palmer, D. (2006). Molecular genetic characterization of three spontaneous ovine forms of neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses. Neuroscience 2006.
  • Houweling, P., Cavanagh, J., Palmer, D., Frugier, T., Mitchell, N., Windsor, P., Raadsma, H., Tammen, I. (2006). Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis in Devon cattle is caused by a single base duplication (c.662dupG) in the bovine CLN5 gene. BBA - Bioenergetics, 1762 (10), 890-897. [More Information]
  • Houweling, P., Cavanagh, J., Tammen, I. (2006). Radiation hybrid mapping of three candidate genes for bovine neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis: CLN3, CLN5 and CLN6. Cytogenetic and Genome Research, 115(1), 5-6. [More Information]

2005

  • Houweling, P., Cavanagh, C., Windsor, P., Mitchell, N., Palmer, D., Raadsma, H., Tammen, I. (2005). CLN5; the causative gene for NCL in Australian Devon cattle. A large animal model for Finnish variant NCL. 10th International Congress on Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis.
  • Tammen, I., Houweling, P., Cavanagh, J., Mitchell, N., Raadsma, H., Kay, G., Palmer, D. (2005). Genetic characterisation of ruminant animal models of NCLs. 10th International Congress on Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis.

2004

  • Houweling, P., Tammen, I., Cavanagh, C., Palmer, D., Raadsma, H. (2004). Genetic characterisation of two animal models for Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses (NCL): the Australian Merino sheep and Devon cattle. 29th International Conference on Animal Genetics (ISAG), Japan: ISAG.
  • Houweling, P., Tammen, I., Cavanagh, J., Palmer, D., Raadsma, H. (2004). Genetic characterisation of two animal models for Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses (NCL): the Australian Merino sheep and Devon cattle. 29th Conference of the International Society of Animal Genetics. ISAG.
  • Mitchell, N., Tammen, I., Houweling, P., Kay, G., Palmer, D. (2004). Ovine Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis: use of an indirect marker in the CLN6 gene for genotype prediction. 29th International Conference on Animal Genetics (ISAG), Japan: ISAG.

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