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Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Lorraine Eley
Jasmin Turner
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Development of the Human Arterial Valves: Understanding Bicuspid Aortic Valve2022
Dr Laura Jardine
Dr Simone Webb
Issac Goh
Dr Gary Reynolds
Dr Michael Mather
et al.
Blood and immune development in human fetal bone marrow and Down syndrome2021
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Dr Tamilvendhan Dhanaseelan
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr David Burns
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Exercise, programmed cell death and exhaustion of cardiomyocyte proliferation in aging zebrafish2021
Professor Deborah Henderson
The editors’ personal biography of professor Robert Anderson2021
Professor Bob Anderson
Jasmin Turner
Professor Deborah Henderson
The Morphogenesis of Abnormal Coronary Arteries in the Congenitally Malformed Heart2021
Dr Rachel Botting
Dr Cecilia Dominguez Conde
Dr Dorin-Mirel Popescu
Emily Stephenson
Dr Simone Webb
et al.
A cell atlas of human thymic development defines T cell repertoire formation2020
Dr Adrian Santos
Sam Washer
Dr Tamilvendhan Dhanaseelan
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Ahlam Alqahtani
et al.
Alternative splicing of jnk1a in zebrafish determines first heart field ventricular cardiomyocyte numbers through modulation of hand2 expression2020
Amy-Leigh Johnson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Simon Bamforth
Early embryonic expression of AP-2a is critical for cardiovascular development2020
Dr Ahlam Alqahtani
Andrew Skelton
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Srinivas Annavarapu
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Isolation and next generation sequencing of archival formalin-fixed DNA2020
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Bill Chaudhry
New concepts in the development and malformation of the arterial valves2020
Catherine Stothard
Dr Silvia Mazzotta
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Simon Bamforth
et al.
Pax9 and Gbx2 interact in the pharyngeal endoderm to control cardiovascular cevelopment.2020
Professor Deborah Henderson
Vangl2 acts at the interface between actin and N-cadherin to modulate mammalian neuronal outgrowth2020
Dr Claudia Racca
Professor Deborah Henderson
Vangl2 in the Dentate Network Modulates Pattern Separation and Pattern Completion2020
Dr Kate Bailey
Dr Guy MacGowan
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Lauren Charlotte Phillips Phillips
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Disruption of embryonic ROCK signalling reproduces the sarcomeric phenotype of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy2019
Professor Deborah Henderson
VANGL2 regulates luminal epithelial organization and cell turnover in the mammary gland2019
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Ahlam Alqahtani
Dr Rachel Richardson
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Shindi Tiurma
et al.
A novel source of arterial valve cells linked to bicuspid aortic valve without raphe in mice2018
Dr Rachel Richardson
Dr Lorraine Eley
Charlotte Donald-Wilson
Natasha Curley
Dr Ahlam Alqahtani
et al.
Development and maturation of the fibrous components of the arterial roots in the mouse heart2018
Professor Deborah Henderson
Planar cell polarity in organ formation2018
Professor Deborah Henderson
Vangl2 disruption alters the biomechanics of late spinal neurulation leading to spina bifida in mouse embryos2018
Dr Kathryn White
Professor Deborah Henderson
Vangl2, a planar cell polarity molecule, is implicated in irreversible and reversible kidney glomerular injury2018
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Development and maintenance of the arterial valves2017
Dr Ahlam Alqahtani
Dr Rachel Richardson
Dr John O'Sullivan
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Re-evaluation of hypoplastic left heart syndrome from a developmental and morphological perspective2017
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Development and maldevelopment of the ventricular outflow tracts2016
Professor Deborah Henderson
The core planar cell polarity gene, Vangl2, directs adult corneal epithelial cell alignment and migration2016
Professor Deborah Henderson
Professor Bob Anderson
The anatomy and development of normal and abnormal coronary arteries2015
Dr Bill Chaudhry
David Burns
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Professor Deborah Henderson
Exercise and cardiomyocyte turnover in the aging zebrafish heart2014
Dr Simon Ramsbottom
Professor Deborah Henderson
Genetics of Cardiovascular Development2014
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Nicola Brown
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Myths and Realities Relating to Development of the Arterial Valves2014
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Normal and abnormal development of the heart2014
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Dr Iain Keenan
Dr Simon Ramsbottom
Charlotte Donald-Wilson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
et al.
Scrib:Rac1 interactions are required for the morphogenesis of the ventricular myocardium2014
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Simon Ramsbottom
Vipul Sharma
Vangl2-regulated polarisation of second heart field cells is required for outflow tract lengthening2014
Dr Simon Ramsbottom
Vipul Sharma
Dr Hong Jun Rhee
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Helen Phillips
et al.
Vangl2-Regulated Polarisation of Second Heart Field-Derived Cells Is Required for Outflow Tract Lengthening during Cardiac Development2014
Dr Nicola Hunt
Professor Deborah Henderson
Calcium-Alginate Hydrogel-Encapsulated Fibroblasts Provide Sustained Release of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor2013
Dr Simon Bamforth
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Professor Bob Anderson
Clarification of the identity of the mammalian fifth pharyngeal arch artery2013
Addison Palomino Doza
Dr Ana Topf
Dr John O'Sullivan
Professor Caroline Relton
Professor Judith Goodship
et al.
Low-frequency intermediate penetrance variants in the ROCK1 gene predispose to Tetralogy of Fallot2013
Dr Helen Phillips
Pavithra Mahendran
Dr Esha Singh
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
et al.
Neural crest cells are required for correct positioning of the developing outflow cushions and pattern the arterial valve leaflets2013
Dr Bill Chaudhry
David Burns
Professor Deborah Henderson
Cardiomyocyte aging: swimming against the clock2012
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Conditional deletion of Scrib gene in the developing myocardium leads to congenital heart defects2012
Dr Emma Bell
Dr Gavin Richardson
Professor Colin Jahoda
Dr Helen Phillips
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Dermal stem cells can differentiate down an endothelial lineage2012
Dr Nicola Hunt
Antoniana Batsivari
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
ECM control of neural crest cell (NCC) behaviour and implications for heart development2012
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Paul Chrystal
Professor Deborah Henderson
Fast Digital Laser Sheet Microscopy: swimaging in 6 dimensions2012
Dr Ana Topf
Professor Judith Goodship
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr John O'Sullivan
Professor Bernard Keavney
et al.
Low-frequency intermediate penetrance variants in the ROCK1 gene predispose to congenital heart disease2012
Dr Helen Phillips
Tania Papoutsi
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Neural Crest Cell Survival is Dependent on Rho Kinase and is Required for Development of the Mid Face in Mouse Embryos2012
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Dr Simon Bamforth
Dr Darren Hoyland
Dr Helen Phillips
et al.
Normal and abnormal development of the intrapericardial arterial trunks in humans and mice2012
Dr Iain Keenan
Dr Hong Jun Rhee
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Origin of non-cardiac endothelial cells from an Isl1+ lineage.2012
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Getting to the Heart of Planar Cell Polarity Signaling2011
Professor Deborah Henderson
Kidins220/ARMS is an essential modulator of cardiovascular and nervous system development2011
Dr Gordon Love
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Real-time optical gating for three-dimensional beating heart imaging2011
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Development of the outflow tracts with reference to aortopulmonary windows and aortoventricular tunnels2010
Professor Deborah Henderson
Foregut separation and tracheo-oesophageal malformations: The role of tracheal outgrowth, dorso-ventral patterning and programmed cell death2010
Professor Deborah Henderson
Inducible expression of V600EBraf using tyrosinase-driven Cre recombinase results in embryonic lethality2010
Dr Helen Phillips
Professor Deborah Henderson
Origins of Gliogenic Stem Cell Populations Within Adult Skin and Bone Marrow2010
Professor Deborah Henderson
The novel mouse mutant, chuzhoi, has disruption of Ptk7 protein and exhibits defects in neural tube, heart and lung development and abnormal planar cell polarity in the ear2010
Dr Andrew Robson
Kathleen Allinson
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Professor Helen Arthur
et al.
The TGF beta Type II Receptor Plays a Critical Role in the Endothelial Cells During Cardiac Development2010
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
03-P015: Rho kinase is required for cohesive behaviour of neural crest cells during outflow tract morphogenesis2009
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Autonomic Innervation of the Developing Heart: Origins and Function2009
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Cell traction force microscopy in cardiac morphogenesis2009
Lucy Bradshaw
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dual role for neural crest cells during outflow tract septation in the neural crest-deficient mutant Splotch(2H)2009
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Stephen Webb
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Dr Jonathan Peat
Dr Helen Phillips
et al.
Left cardiac isomerism in the Sonic hedgehog null mouse2009
Professor Deborah Henderson
Professor Bob Anderson
The Development and Structure of the Ventricles in the Human Heart2009
Professor Deborah Henderson
Professor Bob Anderson
The development and structure of the ventricles in the human heart2009
Professor Deborah Henderson
Cardiac expression of Brn-3a and Brn-3b POU transcription factors and regulation of Hsp27 gene expression2008
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Lucy Bradshaw
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Cells migrating from the neural crest contribute to the innervation of the venous pole of the heart2008
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Lessons learnt with regard to aortopulmonary window2008
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Dr Jonathan Peat
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Non-cell-autonomous roles for the planar cell polarity gene vangl2 in development of the coronary circulation2008
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Hong Jun Rhee
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Dr Jonathan Peat
Professor Bob Anderson
et al.
Disruption of planar cell polarity signaling results in congenital heart defects and cardiomyopathy attributable to early cardiomyocyte disorganization2007
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Helen Phillips
Planar cell polarity signalling plays crucial roles in outflow tract development2007
Dr Helen Phillips
Professor Deborah Henderson
Disruption of Bardet-Biedl syndrome ciliary proteins perturbs planar cell polarity in vertebrates2006
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Vang-like 2 and noncanonical Wnt signaling in outflow tract development2006
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Professor Deborah Henderson
An aneuploid mouse strain carrying human chromosome 21 with Down syndrome phenotypes2005
Dr Helen Phillips
Professor Deborah Henderson
Disruption of Bardet-Biedl syndrome ciliary proteins perturbs planar cell polarity in vertebrates2005
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Professor Deborah Henderson
Identification of cardiac abnormalities in the Sonic Hedgehog mouse mutant using optical projection tomography2005
Dr Helen Phillips
Professor Deborah Henderson
Role of the planar cell polarity pathway in the development of the outflow tract2005
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Vangl2 acts via RhoA signaling to regulate polarized cell movements during development of the proximal outflow tract2005
Professor Deborah Henderson
Zic4, a zinc-finger transcription factor, is expressed in the developing mouse nervous system2005
Professor Deborah Henderson
Coexpression of Brn-3a POU protein with p53 in a population of neuronal progenitor cells is associated with differentiation and protection against apoptosis2004
Professor Deborah Henderson
Mechanisms regulating the initiation of neural tube closure2004
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Spatiotemporal Analysis of Programmed Cell Death during Mouse Cardiac Septation2004
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Spatio-temporal analysis of programmed cell death during mouse cardiac septation2004
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Helen Phillips
Disruption of scribble (Scrb1) causes severe neural tube defects in the circletail mouse2003
Professor Deborah Henderson
Mutation of Celsr1 disrupts planar polarity of inner ear hair cells and causes severe neural tube defects in the mouse2003
Professor Deborah Henderson
Role for Sonic hedgehog in the development of the trachea and the oesophagus2003
Professor Judith Goodship
Professor Deborah Henderson
Cardiac development and cardiovascular malformation2002
Dr Steven Lisgo
Professor Deborah Henderson
Professor Tom Strachan
Emerita Professor Susan Lindsay
Craniofacial expression of human and murine TBX22 correlates with the cleft palate and ankyloglossia phenotype observed in CPx patients2002
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dorsoventral patterning in oesophageal atresia with tracheo-oesophageal fistula: Evidence from a new mouse model2002
Dr Simon Bamforth
Francisco Marques
Professor Deborah Henderson
Cardiac malformations, adrenal agenesis, neural crest defects and exencephaly in mice lacking Cited2, a novel Tfap activator2001
Professor Deborah Henderson
Samantha Conway
Professor Bob Anderson
Cardiovascular Defects Associated With Abnormalities in Midline Development in the Loop-tail Mouse Mutant2001
Professor Deborah Henderson
Characterisation of the human TBX20 gene, a new member of the family closely related to the Drosophila H15 gene2000
Professor Deborah Henderson
RhoB is expressed in migrating neural crest and endocardial cushions of the developing mouse embryo2000
Professor Deborah Henderson
Samantha Conway
Rib truncations and fusions in the Sp2H mouse reveal a role for Pax3 in specification of the posterior part of the somite1999