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Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Darin Zerti
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Lyle Armstrong
et al.
A single cell atlas of human cornea that defines its development, limbal progenitor cells and their interactions with the immune cells2021
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Darin Zerti
Professor David Steel
Professor Majlinda Lako
et al.
Dissecting the transcriptional and chromatin accessibility heterogeneity of proliferating cone precursors in human retinoblastoma tumours by single cell sequencing- opening pathways to new therapeutic strategies?2021
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Islam Mostafa
Dr Rachel Queen
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
et al.
In the eye of the storm: SARS-CoV-2 infection and replication at the ocular surface?2021
Dr Chunbo Yang
Dr Maria Georgiou
Rob Atkinson
Dr Joseph Collin
Professor Lyle Armstrong
et al.
Pre-mRNA Processing Factors and Retinitis Pigmentosa: RNA Splicing and Beyond2021
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Dr Joseph Collin
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
et al.
Transplanted pluripotent stem cell‐derived photoreceptor precursors elicit conventional and unusual light responses in mice with advanced retinal degeneration2021
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Maria Georgiou
et al.
Co-expression of SARS-CoV-2 entry genes in the superficial adult human conjunctival, limbal and corneal epithelium suggests an additional route of entry via the ocular surface2020
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
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Roman Bauer
Dr Jonathan Coxhead
et al.
CRX Expression in Pluripotent Stem Cell‐Derived Photoreceptors Marks a Transplantable Subpopulation of Early Cones2019
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Raf Hussain
et al.
Deconstructing Retinal Organoids: Single cell RNA-Seq reveals the cellular components of human pluripotent stem cell-derived retina2019
Dr Carla Jackson
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Dr Darin Zerti
et al.
Systematic Comparison of Retinal Organoid Differentiation from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Reveals Stage Specific, Cell Line, and Methodological Differences2019
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 Valeria Chichagova
Dr Dean Hallam
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr Birthe Hilgen
et al.
Cellular regeneration strategies for macular degeneration: past, present and future2018
Dr Sanja Bojic
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Min Yu
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
et al.
Differences in the activity of endogenous BMP signalling impact on the ability of induced pluripotent stem cells to differentiate to corneal epithelial like cells2018
Majed Felemban
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Dr Nicola Hunt
Dr Dean Hallam
Dr Darin Zerti
et al.
Extracellular matrix components expression in human pluripotent stem cell-derived retinal organoids recapitulates retinogenesis in vivo and reveals an important role for IMPG1 and CD44 in the development of photoreceptors and interphotoreceptor matrix2018
Dr Dean Hallam
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Sanja Bojic
Dr Valeria Chichagova
Dr Adriana Buskin
et al.
An iPSC patient specific model of CFH (Y402H) polymorphism displays characteristic features of AMD and indicates a beneficial role for UV light exposure2017
Dr Valeria Chichagova
Dr Dean Hallam
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Adriana Buskin
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
et al.
Human iPSC disease modelling reveals functional and structural defects in retinal pigment epithelial cells harbouring the m.3243A>G mitochondrial DNA mutation2017
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Lili Zhu
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Dr Irina Neganova
Professor Majlinda Lako
et al.
A Novel role for miR-1305 in Regulation of Pluripotency-Differentiation Balance, Cell Cycle and Apoptosis in Human Pluripotent Stem Cells2016
Dr Tomas Barta
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Irina Neganova
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Professor Majlinda Lako
et al.
Inhibition of miR-145 Enhances Reprogramming of Human Dermal Fibroblasts to Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells2016
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Carla Jackson
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Professor Majlinda Lako
Using Zinc Finger Nuclease Technology to Generate CRX-Reporter Human Embryonic Stem Cells as a Tool to Identify and Study the Emergence of Photoreceptors Precursors During Pluripotent Stem Cell Differentiation2016
Dr Joseph Collin
A novel zinc finger gene, ZNF465, is inappropriately expressed in acute myeloid leukaemia cells2015
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Carla Jackson
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Using zinc finger nuclease technology to generate reporter-labelled human pluripotent stem cells as a tool to optimize photoreceptor transplantation2015
Dr Saba Habibollah
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Tomas Barta
Raf Hussain
et al.
An Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Model of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS) Reveals Multiple Expression and Functional Differences in HLHS-Derived Cardiac Myocytes2014
Dr Carla Jackson
Dr Joseph Collin
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Nicholas Wride
Professor David Steel
et al.
Lab generated retina: Realizing the dream2014
Stuart Atkinson
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr George Anyfantis
Professor Majlinda Lako
Professor Lyle Armstrong
et al.
A Putative Role for the Immunoproteasome in the Maintenance of Pluripotency in Human Embryonic Stem Cells2012
Dr Joseph Collin
Professor Majlinda Lako
Concise Review: Putting a Finger on Stem Cell Biology: Zinc Finger Nuclease-Driven Targeted Genetic Editing in Human Pluripotent Stem Cells2011