Browsing publications by Professor John Loughlin

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Michael Rushton
Professor David Young
Professor John Loughlin
Dr Louise Reynard
Differential DNA methylation and expression of inflammatory and zinc transporter genes defines subgroups of osteoarthritic hip patients2015
Professor John Loughlin
Genetic contribution to osteoarthritis development: current state of evidence2015
Professor John Loughlin
Dr Louise Reynard
Osteoarthritis: Epigenetics of articular cartilage in knee and hip OA2015
Steffan Bos
Dr Fraser Birrell
Professor Andrew McCaskie
Michael Reed
Professor John Loughlin
et al.
A meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies identifies novel variants associated with osteoarthritis of the hip2014
Dr Fiona Gee
Clare Clubbs
Dr Emma Raine
Dr Louise Reynard
Professor John Loughlin
et al.
Allelic expression analysis of genes from within the osteoarthritis susceptibility locus at chromosome 3p21 reveals functional gene expression effects at GNL3 and SPCS1 that correlate with the association signal2014
Dr Fiona Gee
Clare Clubbs
Emma Raine
Dr Louise Reynard
Professor John Loughlin
et al.
Allelic expression analysis of the osteoarthritis susceptibility locus that maps to chromosome 3p21 reveals cis-acting eQTLs at GNL3 and SPCS1 2014
Professor Andrew McCaskie
Professor John Loughlin
Assessment of osteoarthritis candidate genes in a meta-analysis of 9 genome-wide association studies2014
Dr Michael Rushton
Dr Louise Reynard
Dr Matthew Barter
Kenneth Rankin
Professor David Young
et al.
Characterisation of the cartilage DNA methylome in knee and hip osteoarthritis using high-density genome-wide analysis2014
Dr Michael Rushton
Dr Louise Reynard
Dr Matthew Barter
Ramsay Refaie
Kenneth Rankin
et al.
Characterization of the cartilage DNA methylome in knee and hip osteoarthritis2014
Dr Louise Reynard
Dr Catherine Bui
Catherine Syddall
Professor John Loughlin
CpG methylation regulates allelic expression of GDF5 by modulating binding of SP1 and SP3 repressor proteins to the osteoarthritis susceptibility SNP rs1433832014
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