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Dr Hany Zinad
Chanachai Sae-Lee
Mushtaq Khazeem
Amber Knox
Dr Git Chung
et al.
Interdependent Transcription of a Natural Sense/Antisense Transcripts Pair (SLC34A1/PFN3)2022
Dr Dr Shaymaa Sadeq
Dr Surar Al-Hashimi
Carmen Cusack
Dr Andreas Werner
Endogenous double-stranded RNA2021
Dr Andreas Werner
Dr James Clark
Calum Samaranayake
John Casement
Dr Hany Zinad
et al.
Widespread formation of double-stranded RNA in testis2021
Stacey Aston
Professor Anya Hurlbert
Bradley Pearce
Dr Matt Rudd
Dr Andreas Werner
et al.
Exploring the Determinants of Color Perception Using #Thedress and Its Variants: The Role of Spatio-Chromatic Context, Chromatic Illumination, and Material–Light Interaction2020
Dr David Burns
Dr Andreas Werner
Phosphate reabsorption in the kidney: NaPi-IIb or not IIb2020
Dr David Swan
Dr Karin Engelhardt
Dr Rui Chen
Dr Rolando Berlinguer Palmini
Dr Tarana Singh Dang
et al.
An essential role for the Zn2+ transporter ZIP7 in B cell development2019
Professor John Sayer
Dr Andreas Werner
Evaluating pathogenicity of SLC34A3-Ser192Leu, a frequent European missense variant in disorders of renal phosphate wasting2019
Dr Andreas Werner
Expression cloning human and rat renal cortex Na/Pi cotransporters: behind the scenes in the Murer laboratory2019
Professor John Sayer
Dr Andreas Werner
Gene panel sequencing identifies a likely monogenic cause in 7% of 235 Pakistani families with nephrolithiasis2019
Dr Andreas Werner
Phosphate transport: from microperfusion to molecular cloning2019
Dr Andreas Werner
Type II Na+-phosphate Cotransporters and Phosphate Balance in Teleost Fish2019
Dr Amy Fearn
Ben Allison
Dr Sarah Rice
Dr Noel Edwards
Professor John Sayer
et al.
Clinical, biochemical, and pathophysiological analysis of SLC34A1 mutations2018
Monica Piatek
Dr Amy Fearn
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Dr Andreas Werner
Ectopically expressed Slc34a2a sense-antisense transcripts cause a cerebellar phenotype in zebrafish embryos depending on RNA complementarity and Dicer2017
Hany Zinad
Inas Natasya
Dr Andreas Werner
Natural antisense transcripts at the interface between host genome and mobile genetic elements2017
Dr Andreas Werner
Cation Interactions and Membrane Potential Induce Conformational Changes in NaPi-IIb2016
Dr Andreas Werner
Hany Zinad
Dr Amy Fearn
Dr Alex Laude
Molecular determinants of transport function in zebrafish Slc34a Na-phosphate transporters2016
Monica Piatek
Dr Andreas Werner
Natural antisense transcription from a comparative perspective2016
Dr Andreas Werner
Professor Thomas Knopfel
Functional Identification of the Na1 Site of the Phosphate Cotransporter NaPi-IIa2015
Dr Andreas Werner
Identification of the First Sodium Binding Site of the Phosphate Cotransporter NaPi-IIa (SLC34A1)2015
Dr Andreas Werner
Professor Thomas Knopfel
The Na1 Binding Site in the Human Sodium-Phosphate Cotransporter NaPi-IIa2015
Dr Andreas Werner
Monica Piatek
Transpositional shuffling and quality control in male germ cells to enhance evolution of complex organisms2015
Dr Andreas Werner
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Jane Falconer
Mark Carlile
Dr Sammer Alnumeir
et al.
Contribution of natural antisense transcription to an endogenous siRNA signature in human cells2014
Monica Piatek
Dr Andreas Werner
Endogenous siRNAs: regulators of internal affairs2014
Professor Thomas Knopfel
Dr Andreas Werner
Structural Fold and Binding Sites of the Human Na+-Phosphate Cotransporter NaPi-II2014
Dr Andreas Werner
Structural Model of the Human Sodium-Phosphate Cotransporter NaPi-II2014
Dr Andreas Werner
Biological functions of natural antisense transcripts2013
Dr Andreas Werner
The functions of natural antisense transcripts2013
Dr Andreas Werner
Processing and Regulatory Impact of Endogenous siRNAs in Animals2012
Dr Andreas Werner
Phosphate Transporters in Renal, Gastrointestinal, and Other Tissues2011
Dr Gavin McHaffie
Dr Andreas Werner
Professor Jeremy Lakey
A Toxin-based Probe Reveals Cytoplasmic Exposure of Golgi Sphingomyelin2010
Dr Andreas Werner
What are natural antisense transcripts good for?2010
Professor Jeremy Lakey
Dr Andreas Werner
Equinatoxin, a eukaryotic pore-forming toxin used as a specific marker for cellular sphingomyelin2009
Dr Andreas Werner
Professor John Sayer
Naturally occurring antisense RNA: function and mechanisms of action2009
Dr Daniel Swan
Dr Kelly Jackson
Keziah Preston-Fayers
Dr Andreas Werner
Strand selective generation of endo-siRNAs from the Na/phosphate transporter gene Slc34a1 in murine tissues2009
Dr Andreas Werner
Dr Daniel Swan
What do natural antisense transcripts regulate?2009
Dr Andreas Werner
Gene Regulation by Natural Antisense Transcripts2008
Dr Andreas Werner
Dr Colin Miles
Dr Heiko Peters
Expression profiling of antisense transcripts on DNA arrays2007
Dr Andreas Werner
Physiological and molecular mechanisms of inorganic phosphate handling in the toad Bufo bufo2007
Dr Gavin McHaffie
Dr Christopher Graham
Dr Andreas Werner
The role of an intracellular cysteine stretch in the sorting of the type II Na/phosphate cotransporter2007
Dr Andreas Werner
Natural antisense transcripts2006
Dr Andreas Werner
Natural antisense transcripts2005
Dr Andreas Werner
Natural antisense transcripts: Sound or silence?2005
Dr Andreas Werner
Molecular and physiological evidence for Na/Pi transport in toad collecting duct system2004
Dr Andreas Werner
Characterization of a type IIb sodium-phosphate cotransporter from zebrafish (Danio rerio) kidney2003
Dr Andreas Werner
Dietary P regulates phosphate transporter expression, phosphatase activity, and effluent P partitioning in trout culture2003
Dr Andreas Werner
Hypertonic activation of phospholemman in solitary rat hepatocytes in primary culture2003
Dr Julie Musson
Professor John Robinson
Dr Andreas Werner
A novel isoform of the Shank adaptor protein family (Shank 3b) is expressed in immune cells and colocalizes with actin2002
Dr Andreas Werner
Keziah Preston-Fayers
Regulation of the NPT gene by a naturally occurring antisense transcript2002
Dr Andreas Werner
Professor Ted Sharpe
Spatial features and chromatic adaptation2002
Dr Andreas Werner
Evolution of the Na/Pi cotransport system type II (Napi-II)2001
Dr Andreas Werner
Evolution of the Na-P-i cotransport systems2001
Dr Andreas Werner
The shrinkage-activated Na+ conductance of rat hepatocytes and its possible correlation to rENaC2000