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Mohamed Al-Hamed
Dr Sarah Rice
Dr Noel Edwards
Professor John Sayer
Bialleleic PKD1 mutations underlie early-onset autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease in Saudi Arabian families2019
Dr Sarah Rice
Kat Cheung
Dr Louise Reynard
Professor John Loughlin
Discovery and analysis of methylation quantitative trait loci (mQTLs) mapping to novel osteoarthritis genetic risk signals2019
Dr Sarah Rice
Dr Colin Shepherd
Professor John Loughlin
Functional testing of thousands of osteoarthritis-associated variants for regulatory activity2019
Dr Sarah Rice
Maria Tselepi
Dr Tony Sorial
Guillaume Aubourg
Dr Colin Shepherd
et al.
Prioritization of PLEC and GRINA as osteoarthritis risk genes through the identification and characterization of novel methylation quantitative trait loci2019
Sumaya Alkanderi
Dr Elisa Molinari
Veronica Sammut
Dr Simon Ramsbottom
Dr Shalabh Srivastava
et al.
ARL3 Mutations Cause Joubert Syndrome by Disrupting Ciliary Protein Composition2018
Dr Amy Fearn
Ben Allison
Dr Sarah Rice
Dr Noel Edwards
Professor John Sayer
et al.
Clinical, biochemical, and pathophysiological analysis of SLC34A1 mutations2018
Livia Delpiano
Dr Sarah Rice
Dr Michael Gray
Dr Vinciane Saint-Criq
Esomeprazole Increases Airway Surface Liquid pH in Primary Cystic Fibrosis Epithelial Cells2018
Dr Sarah Rice
Guillaume Aubourg
Dr Tony Sorial
Dr David Almarza Gomez
Maria Tselepi
et al.
Identification of a novel, methylation-dependent, RUNX2 regulatory region associated with osteoarthritis risk2018
Dr Sarah Rice
Dr Tony Sorial
Guillaume Aubourg
Dr Colin Shepherd
Maria Tselepi
et al.
Identification of novel methylation quantitative trait loci (mqtls) and functional characterization using CRISPR/CAS9 and gene expression analysis prioritizes PLEC as an OA risk gene2018
Dr Sarah Rice
Guillaume Aubourg
Dr Tony Sorial
Professor David Deehan
Professor John Loughlin
et al.
Epigenetic and transcriptional effects operate on the SUPT3H and RUNX2 genes residing at the chromosome 6p21.1 osteoarthritis susceptibility locus and correlate with the association signal2017
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