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Ramada Khasawneh
Dr Ralf Kist
Dr Rachel Queen
Raf Hussain
Dr Jonathan Coxhead
et al.
Msx1 haploinsufficiency modifies the Pax9-deficient cardiovascular phenotype2021
Amy-Leigh Johnson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Simon Bamforth
Early embryonic expression of AP-2a is critical for cardiovascular development2020
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
Dr Helen Phillips
Catherine Stothard
Dr Wasay Shaikh Qureshi
Dr Alberto Briones Leon
Ramada Khasawneh
et al.
Pax9 is required for cardiovascular development and interacts with Tbx1 in the pharyngeal endoderm to control 4th pharyngeal arch artery morphogenesis2019
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 Bob Anderson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Fifth arch artery – a case of mistaken identity?2017
Dr Simon Bamforth
Professor Bob Anderson
Understanding the morphogenesis of the left-sided arterial duct in the setting of a right-sided aortic arch2017
Dr Simon Bamforth
Professor Bob Anderson
Anomalous origin of the left pulmonary artery from the internal carotid artery2016
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Development and maldevelopment of the ventricular outflow tracts2016
Dr Simon Bamforth
Amy-Leigh Johnson
Childhood presentation of interrupted aortic arch with persistent carotid ducts2015
Dr Simon Bamforth
Professor Bob Anderson
How frequent is the fifth arch artery?2015
Amy-Leigh Johnson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Molecular pathways and animal models of d-transposition of the great arteries2015
Amy-Leigh Johnson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Molecular pathways and animal models of semilunar valve and aortic arch anomalies2015
Amy-Leigh Johnson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Molecular pathways and animal models of truncus arteriosus2015
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 Simon Bamforth
Professor Bob Anderson
The Right Subclavian Artery Arising as the First Branch of a Left-Sided Aortic Arch2014
Dr Simon Bamforth
A cell-autonomous role of Cited2 in controlling myocardial and coronary vascular development2013
Dr Simon Bamforth
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Professor Bob Anderson
Clarification of the identity of the mammalian fifth pharyngeal arch artery2013
Dr Simon Bamforth
Professor Sir John Burn
DiGeorge Syndrome2013
Dr Simon Bamforth
Professor Bernard Keavney
Functional Significance of SRJ Domain Mutations in CITED22012
Dr Simon Bamforth
High-throughput analysis of mouse embryos by magnetic resonance imaging2012
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
Professor Helen Arthur
Dr Simon Bamforth
TGF beta Signaling and Congenital Heart Disease: Insights from Mouse Studies2011
Dr Simon Bamforth
A novel role for transcription factor Lmo4 in thymus development through genetic interaction with Cited22010
Dr Simon Bamforth
Divya Venkatesh
Dr Ralf Kist
Dr Heiko Peters
THE PHARYNGEAL ENDODERM IN CARDIOVASCULAR PATTERNING2010
Dr Simon Bamforth
Cited2 is an essential regulator of adult haematopoietic stem cells2009
Dr Simon Bamforth
Divya Venkatesh
The role of AP-2 alpha in the development of the outflow tract and pharyngeal arch arteries2009
Dr Yanjun Zhang
Dr Simon Bamforth
CITED2 Signals through Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor-γ to Regulate Death of Cortical Neurons after DNA Damage2008
Dr Simon Bamforth
Development and tissue origins of the mammalian cranial base2008
Dr Simon Bamforth
Epiblastic Cited2 deficiency results in cardiac phenotypic heterogeneity and provides a mechanism for haploinsufficiency2008
Dr Simon Bamforth
Professor Bernard Keavney
Cited2 haploinsufficiency is associated with congenital heart defects in mouse and man: Introducing the GO-CHD Study2006
Dr Simon Bamforth
Professor Bob Anderson
Cited2 controls left-right patterning and heart development through a Nodal-Pitx2c pathway2004
Dr Simon Bamforth
Identification of cardiac malformations in mice lacking Ptdsr using a novel high-throughput magnetic resonance imaging technique2004
Dr Simon Bamforth
High-resolution imaging of normal anatomy, and neural and adrenal malformations in mouse embryos using magnetic resonance microscopy2003
Dr Simon Bamforth
High-resolution, high-throughput magnetic paragraph sign resonance imaging of mouse embryonic paragraph sign anatomy using a fast gradient-echo sequence2003
Dr Simon Bamforth
Physical and functional interactions among AP-2 transcription factors, p300/CREB-binding protein, and CITED22003
Dr Simon Bamforth
Rapid identification and 3D reconstruction of complex cardiac malformations in transgenic mouse embryos using fast gradient echo sequence magnetic resonance imaging2003
Dr Simon Bamforth
Transcriptional coactivator Cited2 induces Bmi1 and Mel18 and controls fibroblast proliferation via Ink4a/ARF2003
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
Dr Simon Bamforth
Disruption of epithelial tight junctions is prevented by cyclic nucleotide-dependent protein kinase inhibitors2000
Dr Simon Bamforth
A dominant mutant of occludin disrupts tight junction structure and function1999