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Professor Mary Herbert
Oocytes from Stem Cells2022
Mahdi Lamb
Dr Lisa Ferguson
Chris Lodge
Professor Mary Herbert
Deprotection of centromeric cohesin at meiosis II requires APC/C activity but not kinetochore tension2021
Dr Yuko Takeda
Dr Magomet Aushev
Dr Meenakshi Choudhary
Professor Mary Herbert
Parental genome unification is highly error-prone in mammalian embryos2021
Dr Lisa Ferguson
Professor Mary Herbert
Tex19.1 inhibits the N-end rule pathway and maintains acetylated SMC3 cohesin and sister chromatid cohesion in oocytes2020
Dr Magomet Aushev
Professor Mary Herbert
Mitochondrial genome editing gets precise2020
Chris Lodge
Professor Mary Herbert
Oocyte aneuploidy-more tools to tackle an old problem2020
Dr Lisa Ferguson
Dr Meenakshi Choudhary
Professor Mary Herbert
Prc1-rich kinetochores are required for error-free acentrosomal spindle bipolarization during meiosis I in mouse oocytes2020
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
Dr Helen Griffin
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
Assessing mitochondrial heteroplasmy using next generation sequencing: A note of caution2019
Dr Gavin Hudson
Dr Yuko Takeda
Professor Mary Herbert
Reversion after replacement of mitochondrial DNA2019
Dr Nikoletta Panagiotopoulou
Dr Raveen Sandher
Professor Mary Herbert
Dr Jane Stewart
Barriers and facilitators towards fertility preservation care for cancer patients: A meta-synthesis2018
Dr Jane Carr-Wilkinson
Dr Nilendran Prathalingam
Dr Deepali Pal
Dr Mohammad Moad
Dr Peter James
et al.
Differentiation of human embryonic stem cells to sympathetic neurons: A model for understanding neuroblastoma pathogenesis.2018
Professor Mary Herbert
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Mutation-specific effects in germline transmission of pathogenic mtDNA variants2018
Professor Mary Herbert
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Progress in mitochondrial replacement therapies2018
Dr Randy Ballesteros Mejia
Professor Mary Herbert
APC/CCdh1 Enables Removal of Shugoshin-2 from the Arms of Bivalent Chromosomes by Moderating Cyclin-Dependent Kinase Activity2017
Professor Mary Herbert
How Meiosis Creates the Single-Copy Genome2017
Professor Mary Herbert
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Mitochondrial donation - Clearing the final regulatory hurdle in the United Kingdom2017
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Professor Mary Herbert
Professor Alison Murdoch
Dr Julie Murphy
James Lawford-Davies
et al.
Research into Policy: A Brief History of Mitochondrial Donation2016
Dr Louise Hyslop
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Mahdi Lamb
Dr Nilendran Prathalingam
Qi Zhang
et al.
Towards clinical application of pronuclear transfer to prevent mitochondrial DNA disease2016
Jessica Richardson
Dr Laura Irving
Dr Louise Hyslop
Dr Meenakshi Choudhary
Professor Alison Murdoch
et al.
Assisted Reproductive Technologies to Prevent Transmission of Mitochondrial DNA Disease2015
Dr Angela Pyle
Dr Gavin Hudson
Dr Ian Wilson
Dr Jonathan Coxhead
Tania Smertenko
et al.
Extreme-Depth Re-sequencing of Mitochondrial DNA Finds No Evidence of Paternal Transmission in Humans2015
Professor Mary Herbert
Dimitri Kalleas
Daniel Cooney
Mahdi Lamb
Dr Lisa Ferguson
et al.
Meiosis and Maternal Aging: Insights from Aneuploid Oocytes and Trisomy Births2015
Professor Grainne Gorman
Dr John Grady
Dr Yi Ng
Dr Andrew Schaefer
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Mitochondrial Donation: How Many Women Could Benefit?2015
Professor Mary Herbert
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Mitochondrial replacement to prevent the transmission of mitochondrial DNA disease2015
Dr Raveen Sandher
Kevin McEleny
Rob Pickard
Professor Mary Herbert
Spermatogonial stem cells (SSCs): a route to preserving fertility2015
Dr Louise Hyslop
Dr Laura Irving
Jessica Richardson
Dr Meenakshi Choudhary
Professor Alison Murdoch
et al.
Towards therapeutic application of IVF-based techniques to prevent transmission of mtDNA disease2015
Dr Charlotte Alston
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Dr Jane Stewart
Professor Bobby McFarland
Professor Robert Taylor
et al.
PGD to prevent mitochondrial disease: embryological aspects2014
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Dr Laura Irving
Dr Charlotte Alston
Dr Emma Watson
Professor Bobby McFarland
et al.
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis for mitochondrial DNA disease2014
Dr Raveen Sandher
Rob Pickard
Professor Mary Herbert
Spermatogonial stem cells: a route to preserving fertiltiy2014
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Dr Jim Stewart
Professor Mary Herbert
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
et al.
The Challenges of Mitochondrial Replacement2014
Gareth Greggains
Dr Lisa Ferguson
Dr Helen Tuppen
Qi Zhang
Dr Nilendran Prathalingam
et al.
Therapeutic potential of somatic cell nuclear transfer for degenerative disease caused by mitochondrial DNA mutations2014
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Professor Mary Herbert
Nucleosome Assembly Proteins Get SET to Defeat the Guardian of Chromosome Cohesion2013
Dr Louise Hyslop
Dr Nilendran Prathalingam
Lynne Nowak
Dr John Fenwick
Dr Brian Watson
et al.
A Novel Isolator-Based System Promotes Viability of Human Embryos during Laboratory Processing2012
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Dr Laura Irving
Professor Mary Herbert
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Development of the Pronuclear Transfer Technique to Prevent Transmission of Mitochondrial DNA Disease in Humans2012
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Dr Laura Irving
Professor Mary Herbert
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Development of the Pronuclear Transfer Technique to Prevent Transmission of Mitochondrial DNA Disease in Humans2012
Dr Meenakshi Choudhary
Maria Nesbitt
Joyce Burgess
Dr Louise Hyslop
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
Egg Sharing for Research: A Successful Outcome for Patients and Researchers2012
Dr Nilendran Prathalingam
Linda Ferguson
Lorna Young
Professor Georg Lietz
Dr Rachel Oldershaw
et al.
Production and validation of a good manufacturing practice grade human fibroblast line for supporting human embryonic stem cell derivation and culture2012
Dr Charlotte Alston
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Professor Mary Herbert
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Analysis of mitochondrial DNA mutant loads in oocytes & preimplantation embryos for the 14709T > C & 14487T > C mtDNA mutations by pyrosequencing2011
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Professor Mary Herbert
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Manipulation of human abnormally fertilized pronuclear stage zygotes following vitrification2011
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Dr Joanna Elson
Dr Helen Tuppen
Dr Lisa Ferguson
Gareth Greggains
et al.
Mitochondrial DNA disease: new options for prevention2011
Dr Lisa Ferguson
Dr Louise Hyslop
Dimitri Kalleas
Sarah Pace
Jaclyn Barel
et al.
Age-Related Meiotic Segregation Errors in Mammalian Oocytes Are Preceded by Depletion of Cohesin and Sgo22010
Dr Louise Hyslop
Petra Stojkovic
Professor Alison Murdoch
Professor Miodrag Stojkovic
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
Evaluation of epigenetic marks in human embryos derived from IVF and ICSI2010
Professor Mary Herbert
Laboratory Apparatus with Incubator2010
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
Dr Helen Tuppen
Gareth Greggains
Dr Julie Murphy
Dr Lynsey Cree
et al.
Pronuclear transfer in human embryos to prevent transmission of mitochondrial DNA disease2010
Dr Lisa Ferguson
Professor Mary Herbert
Bi-orientation of achiasmatic chromosomes in meiosis I oocytes contributes to aneuploidy in mice2007
Vanessa Hall
Petra Stojkovic
Maria Nesbitt
Professor Mary Herbert
Professor Alison Murdoch
et al.
Developmental competence of human in vitro aged oocytes as host cells for nuclear transfer2007
Professor Mary Herbert
Emma Moody
Dr Jane Stewart
Professor Alison Murdoch
Estimating the risks of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS): Implications for egg donation for research2007
Dr Meenakshi Choudhary
Petra Stojkovic
Dr Louise Hyslop
Dr George Anyfantis
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
Putative role of hyaluronan and its related genes, HAS2 and RHAMM, in human early preimplantation embryogenesis and embryonic stem cell characterization2007
Dr Hayden Homer
Dr Alexander McDougall
Dr Mark Levasseur
Professor Alison Murdoch
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
[abstract] Spindle assembly checkpoint dysfunction: a molecular correlate for human aneuploidy2006
Professor Mary Herbert
Can 'abnormally' fertilized zygotes give rise to viable embryos?2006
Dr Hayden Homer
Dr Alexander McDougall
Dr Mark Levasseur
Professor Alison Murdoch
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
Spindle assembly checkpoint dysfunction: A molecular correlate for human aneuploidy2006
Professor Mary Herbert
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Professor Robert Taylor
Professor Robert Lightowlers
Dr Lyndsey Butterworth
et al.
Transmission of mitochondrial DNA disorders: possibilities for the future2006
Petra Stojkovic
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Rebecca Stewart
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
An Autogeneic Feeder Cell System That Efficiently Supports Growth of Undifferentiated Human Embryonic Stem Cells2005
Professor Miodrag Stojkovic
Petra Stojkovic
Vanessa Hall
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
Derivation of a human blastocyst after heterologous nuclear transfer to donated oocytes2005
Dr Louise Hyslop
Professor Miodrag Stojkovic
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Theresia Walter
Petra Stojkovic
et al.
Downregulation of NANOG induces differentiation of human embryonic stem cells to extraembryonic lineages2005
Professor Mary Herbert
Explaining the oligomerization properties of the spindle assembly checkpoint protein Mad22005
Professor Mary Herbert
Focus on meiosis2005
Dr Hayden Homer
Dr Alexander McDougall
Dr Mark Levasseur
Professor Alison Murdoch
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
Mad2 is required for inhibiting securin and cyclin B degradation following spindle depolymerisation in meiosis I mouse oocytes2005
Dr Hayden Homer
Dr Mark Levasseur
Professor Alison Murdoch
Professor Mary Herbert
Mad2 prevents aneuploidy and premature proteolysis of cyclin B and securin during meiosis I in mouse oocytes2005
Dr Hayden Homer
Aaron McDougall
Dr Mark Levasseur
Professor Mary Herbert
Restaging the spindle assembly checkpoint in female mammalian meiosis I2005
Dr Hayden Homer
Dr Alexander McDougall
Dr Mark Levasseur
Professor Alison Murdoch
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
RNA interference in meiosis I human oocytes: Towards an understanding of human aneuploidy2005
Dr Meenakshi Choudhary
Emerita Professor Erica Haimes
Professor Mary Herbert
Professor Miodrag Stojkovic
Professor Alison Murdoch
et al.
Demographic, medical and treatment characteristics associated with couples' decisions to donate fresh spare embryos for research2004
Professor Miodrag Stojkovic
Professor Majlinda Lako
Petra Stojkovic
Dr Rebecca Stewart
Professor Lyle Armstrong
et al.
Derivation of human embryonic stem cells from day-8 blastocysts recovered after three-step in vitro culture2004
Professor Mary Herbert
Professor Alison Murdoch
Embryo selection in assisted conception2004
Dr Suzanne Madgwick
Dr Victoria Nixon
Professor Mary Herbert
Dr Mark Levasseur
Professor Keith Jones
et al.
Maintenance of sister chromatid attachment in mouse eggs through maturation-promoting factor activity2004
Professor Mary Herbert
Dr Mark Levasseur
Dr Hayden Homer
Professor Alison Murdoch
Dr Alexander McDougall
et al.
Homologue disjunction in mouse oocytes requires proteolysis of securin and cyclin B12003
Hazel Clouston
Professor Mary Herbert
Dr John Fenwick
Professor Alison Murdoch
Dr John Wolstenholme
et al.
Cytogenetic analysis of human blastocysts2002
Dr John Fenwick
Professor Alison Murdoch
Professor Mary Herbert
Time from insemination to first cleavage predicts developmental competence of human preimplantation embryos in vitro2002
Professor Alison Murdoch
Professor Mary Herbert
Embryonic development in vitro is compromised by the ICSI procedure2000
Professor Mary Herbert
Dr Mark Levasseur
Professor Alison Murdoch
Dr Alexander McDougall
A non-degradable form of cyclin can be used to induce arrest at the first meiotic metaphase in human oocytes1999
Dr John Fenwick
Professor Mary Herbert
Professor Alison Murdoch
Severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome following salvage of empty follicle syndrome1999