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Dr Eugene Healy
Professor Sian Robinson
Faltering of prenatal growth precedes the development of atopic eczema in infancy: cohort study2018
Dr Sara Brown
Stacey Langan
Professor Nick Reynolds
Dr Eugene Healy
Identifying translational dermatology research priorities in the UK: results of an e-Delphi exercise2015
Emeritus Professor Brian Diffey
Dr Eugene Healy
Protection against UVR Involves MC1R-Mediated Non-Pigmentary and Pigmentary Mechanisms In Vivo2010
Dr Eugene Healy
Dr Amanda Ray
Dr Niamh Flanagan
Carole Todd
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
et al.
Evidence for variable selective pressures at MC1R2000
Simon Carter
Dr Eugene Healy
Professor Tom Strachan
Hailey-Hailey disease is caused by mutations in ATP2C1 encoding a novel Ca2+ pump2000
Dr Eugene Healy
Dr Amanda Ray
Professor John Matthews
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Professor Jonathan Rees
et al.
Melanocortin-1-receptor gene and sun sensitivity in individuals without red hair2000
Dr Eugene Healy
Professor Jonathan Rees
Novel keratin 16 mutations and protein expression studies in pachyonychia congenita type 1 and focal palmoplantar keratoderma2000
Dr Niamh Flanagan
Dr Eugene Healy
Dr Amanda Ray
Carole Todd
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
et al.
Pleiotropic effects of the melanocortin 1 receptor (MC1R) gene on human pigmentation2000
Dr Eugene Healy
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Professor Jonathan Rees
The Human Melanocortin1-Receptor Gene2000
Dr Victor Ruiz-Perez
Simon Carter
Dr Eugene Healy
Carole Todd
Professor Jonathan Rees
et al.
ATP2A2 mutations in Darier's disease: Variant cutaneous phenotypes are associated with missense mutations, but neuropsychiatric features are independent of mutation class1999
Dr Victor Ruiz-Perez
Simon Carter
Dr Eugene Healy
Professor Jonathan Rees
Professor Tom Strachan
et al.
Classical and variant Darier disease due to mutation in ATP2A21999
Dr Eugene Healy
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Professor Jonathan Rees
Distinct mutations in human basic hair keratins 1 and 6 cause monilethrix: Implications for protein structure and clinical phenotype1999
Professor Jonathan Rees
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Dr Niamh Flanagan
Dr Eugene Healy
Genetic studies of the human melanocortin-1 receptor1999
Professor Jonathan Rees
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Dr Niamh Flanagan
Dr Eugene Healy
Genetic studies of the human melanocortin-1 receptor1999
Dr Niamh Flanagan
Dr Eugene Healy
Dr Amanda Ray
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Heterozygote mutants of the melanocortin 1 receptor show reduced tanning whilst homozyotes show red hair1999
Dr Eugene Healy
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Professor Jonathan Rees
Identification of novel mutations in basic hair keratins hHb1 and hHb6 in monilethrix: Implications for protein structure and clinical phenotype1999
Dr Amanda Ray
Dr Eugene Healy
Carein Todd
Dr Niamh Flanagan
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
et al.
Molecular genetic evidence for evolutionary selection of the red hair (MC1R) phenotype1999
Dr Eugene Healy
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Professor Jonathan Rees
Catriona Munro
Point mutation in the helix termination peptide (HTP) of human type II hair keratin hHb6 causes monilethrix in five families1999
Dr Eugene Healy
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Point mutations in the 1A domain (N114) of hair keratin hHb6 in monilethrix patients: A new hotspot for mutations?1999
Dr Eugene Healy
Professor Jonathan Rees
Rescue of pigmentation phenotype in ee mice transgenic for murine and human wild type melanocortin 1 receptor genes demonstrates that this receptor controls both interfollicular and follicular pigmentation1999
Dr Eugene Healy
Carole Todd
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Professor Jonathan Rees
Skin type, melanoma, and melanocortin 1 receptor variants1999
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Dr Eugene Healy
Somatic mutations in the Peutz-Jegners (LKB1/STKII) gene in sporadic malignant melanomas1999