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Majed Felemban
Dr Nicola Hunt
Dr Dean Hallam
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr Roman Bauer
et al.
Extracellular matrix expression in human pluripotent stem cell-derived retinal organoids recapitulates retinogenesis in vivo and reveals an important role for IMPG1 and CD44 in the development of photoreceptors and interphotoreceptor matrix2018
Majed Felemban
Alex Sharpe
Dr Roman Bauer
Dr Dean Hallam
David Steel
et al.
Laminin y3 plays an important role in retinal lamination, photoreceptor organization and ganglion cell differentiation2018
Ayman Alzu'bi
Professor Susan Lindsay
Dr Janet Kerwin
Dr Gavin Clowry
Distinct cortical and sub-cortical neurogenic domains for GABAergic interneuron precursor transcription factors NKX2.1, OLIG2 and COUP-TFII in early fetal human telencephalon.2017
Dr Iain Keenan
Dr Janet Kerwin
Professor Susan Lindsay
Enhancing student learning of human embryology with aprototype e-learning resource2017
Lauren Harkin
Professor Susan Lindsay
Dr Yaobo Xu
Ayman Alzu'bi
Dr Gavin Clowry
et al.
Neurexins 1–3 Each Have a Distinct Pattern of Expression in the Early Developing Human Cerebral Cortex2017
Professor Susan Lindsay
Neurodevelopmental protein Musashi-1 interacts with the Zika genome and promotes viral replication2017
Ayman Alzu'bi
Professor Susan Lindsay
Lauren Harkin
Dr Steven Lisgo
Dr Gavin Clowry
et al.
The Transcription Factors COUP-TFI and COUP-TFII have Distinct Roles in Arealisation and GABAergic Interneuron Specification in the Early Human Fetal Telencephalon2017
Professor Susan Lindsay
Dr Yaobo Xu
Dr Steven Lisgo
Lauren Harkin
Dr Gavin Clowry
et al.
HDBR Expression: A Unique Resource for Global and Individual Gene Expression Studies during Early Human Brain Development2016
Dr Janet Kerwin
Professor Susan Lindsay
The embryological basis of subclinical hypertrophic cardiomyopathy2016
Dr Steven Lisgo
Professor Susan Lindsay
Enabling research with human embryonic and fetal tissue resources2015
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