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Peter Sowter
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
Dr Michael Jackson
Dr Gillian Borthwick
Dr Neil Rajan
et al.
Response to ‘Cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma is associated with Lynch syndrome: widening the spectrum of Lynch syndrome-associated tumours’2022
Dr Richard Gallon
Peter Sowter
Rachel Phelps
Christine Hayes
Dr Gillian Borthwick
et al.
How should we test for lynch syndrome? A review of current guidelines and future strategies2021
Dr Richard Gallon
Dr Steven Cook
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
Dr Michael Jackson
Professor Sir John Burn
et al.
Sebaceous tumours: a prototypical class of skin tumour for universal germline genetic testing2021
Dr Richard Gallon
Dr Michael Jackson
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
Constitutional mismatch repair deficiency is the diagnosis in 0.41% of pathogenic NF1/SPRED1 variant negative children suspected of sporadic neurofibromatosis type 12020
Dr Richard Gallon
Dr Harsh Sheth
Christine Hayes
Lisa Redford
Dr Ghanim Alhilal
et al.
Sequencing‐based microsatellite instability testing using as few as six markers for high‐throughput clinical diagnostics2020
Dr Richard Gallon
Dr Harsh Sheth
Christine Hayes
Dr Gillian Borthwick
Professor Sir John Burn
et al.
A sensitive and scalable microsatellite instability assay to diagnose constitutional mismatch repair deficiency by sequencing of peripheral blood leukocytes2019
Dr Carla Jackson
Dr Roman Bauer
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Dr Darin Zerti
et al.
An integrated transcriptional analysis of the developing human retina2019
Lisa Redford
Dr Ghanim Alhilal
Dr Stephanie Needham
Ottilia O'Brien
Julie Coaker
et al.
A novel panel of short mononucleotide repeats linked to informative polymorphisms enabling effective high volume low cost discrimination between mismatch repair deficient and proficient tumours2018
Dr Osagie Izuogu
Dr Carla Mellough
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Richard Gallon
Francesco Kumara Mastrorosa
et al.
Analysis of human ES cell differentiation establishes that the dominant isoforms of the lncRNAs RMST and FIRRE are circular2018
Dr Harsh Sheth
Dr Michael Jackson
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
Professor Sir John Burn
Interaction between polymorphisms in aspirin metabolic pathways, regular aspirin use and colorectal cancer risk: A case-control study in unselected white European populations2018
Dr Jannetta Steyn
Professor David Elliott
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
Dr Michael Jackson
Circular RNA enrichment in platelets is a signature of transcriptome degradation2016
Dr Ginikachukwu Izuogu
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
Professor David Elliott
Dr Michael Jackson
Erratum to: PTESFinder: A computational method to identify post-transcriptional exon shuffling (PTES) events [BMC Bioinf. 2016; 17: 31]2016
Dr Ginikachukwu Izuogu
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
David Elliott
Dr Michael Jackson
PTESFinder: a computational method to identify post-transcriptional exon shuffling (PTES) events2016
Dr Harsh Sheth
Dr Michael Jackson
Dr John Tyson
Professor Ann Daly
Professor Sir John Burn
et al.
Relevance of genetic factors to warfarin dosing in India2015
Dr Maria Lastowska
Hani Al-Afghani
Haya AL-Balool
Harsh SHETH
Dr Jonathan Coxhead
et al.
Identification of a neuronal transcription factor network involved in medulloblastoma development2013
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
Caroline Dalgliesh
Andy Best
Yilei Liu
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
et al.
Identification of evolutionarily conserved exons as regulated targets for the splicing activator tra2β in development2011
Haya AL-Balool
Dr Mark Wade
Dr Jonathan Coxhead
Professor Julie Irving
Professor David Elliott
et al.
Post-transcriptional exon shuffling events in humans can be evolutionarily conserved and abundant2011
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Caroline Dalgliesh
Anastasios Tsaousis
Dr Ralf Kist
Weiping Li
et al.
Haploinsufficiency of the germ cell-specific nuclear RNA binding protein hnRNP G-T prevents functional spermatogenesis in the mouse2008
Dr Katrina Wood
Dr Michael Jackson
Dr Maria Lastowska
Dr Darroch Hall
Dr Helen Imrie
et al.
Histological profile of tumours from MYCN transgenic mice2008
Dr Maria Lastowska
Dr Michael Jackson
Minimal disease monitoring by QRT–PCR: guidelines for identification and systematic validation of molecular markers prior to evaluation in prospective clinical trials2008
Dr Maria Lastowska
Dr Michael Jackson
Cell lines from MYCN transgenic murine tumours reflect the molecular and biological characteristics of human neuroblastoma2007
Dr Maria Lastowska
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
Ilka Wappler
Dr Heiko Peters
Dr Andrew Hall
et al.
Identification of candidate genes involved in neuroblastoma progression by combining genomic and expression microarrays with survival data2007
Dr Julian Venables
Dr Lisa Turnbull
Dr David Bourn
Dr Martha Lucia Diaz Torres
Dr Michael Jackson
et al.
Atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome associated with a hybrid complement gene2006
Dr Michael Jackson
Dr Lisa Turnbull
Professor Judith Goodship
Dr Liz Kemp
Professor Tim Goodship
et al.
De novo gene conversion in the RCA gene cluster (1q32) causes mutations in complement factor H associated with atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome2006
Dr Michael Jackson
Kathryn Creighton
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
Evidence for widespread reticulate evolution within human duplicons2005
Jonathan Mudge
Dr Michael Jackson
Evolutionary implications of pericentromeric gene expression in humans2005
Dr Emma Tonkin
Pieter Eichhorn
Burhan Imamwerdi
Emerita Professor Susan Lindsay
Dr Michael Jackson
et al.
A giant novel gene undergoing extensive alternative splicing is severed by a Cornelia de Lange-associated translocation breakpoint at 3q26.32004
Dr Maria Lastowska
Professor Andrew Pearson
Dr Michael Jackson
Regions Syntenic to Human 17q Are Gained in Mouse and Rat Neuroblastoma2004
Dr Michael Jackson
Duplicate, decouple, disperse: The evolutionary transience of human centromeric regions2003
Jonathan Mudge
Dr Michael Jackson
Neocentromeres in 15q24-26 map to duplicons which flanked an ancestral cantromere in 15q252003
Jonathan Mudge
Dr Michael Jackson
Neocentromeres in 15q24-26 map to duplicons which flanked an ancestral centromere in 15q252003
Dr Maria Lastowska
Simon Cotterill
Natalie Bown
Professor John Lunec
Professor Tom Strachan
et al.
Breakpoint position on 17q identifies the most aggressive neuroblastoma tumors2002
Moira Crosier
Dr Michael Jackson
Human paralogs of KIAA0187 were created through independent pericentromeric-directed and chromosome-specific duplication mechanisms2002
Dr Maria Lastowska
Simon Cotterill
Dr Nicholas Bown
Dr Katia Mazzocco
Professor Andrew Pearson
et al.
Comprehensive genetic and histopathologic study reveals three types of neuroblastoma tumors2001
Dr Maria Lastowska
Dr Nicholas Bown
Professor John Lunec
Professor Tom Strachan
Professor Andrew Pearson
et al.
Molecular cytogenetic definition of 17q translocation breakpoints in neuroblastoma2001
Dr Maria Lastowska
Dr Nicholas Bown
Professor John Lunec
Professor Tom Strachan
Professor Andrew Pearson
et al.
Molecular cytogenetic definition of 17q translocation breakpoints in neuroblastoma2001
Dr Michael Jackson
Moira Crosier
Characterisation of the heterochromatin/euchromatin boundary at 10q11 and identification of novel transcripts formed by repeat induced instability1999
Dr Michael Jackson
Oral staphylococci in health and disease1999
Dr Michael Jackson
Dennis Kirk
Sequences flanking the centromere of human chromosome 10 are a complex patchwork of arm-specific sequences, stable duplications and unstable sequences with homologies to telomeric and other centromeric locations1999
Dr Maria Lastowska
Dr Nicholas Bown
Professor John Lunec
Professor Tom Strachan
Professor Andrew Pearson
et al.
Molecular cytogenetic delineation of 17q translocation breakpoints in neuroblastoma cell lines1998