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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Steven Lisgo
Emerita Professor Susan Lindsay
Mutations in phospholipase C eta-1 (PLCH1) are associated with holoprosencephaly2021
Abdullah Ben Awadh
Emerita Professor Susan Lindsay
Dr Gavin Clowry
Dr Iain Keenan
Combined impact of simultaneous 3D digital visualisation and 3D printed model usage on medical student anatomy learning and clinical image interpretation2020
Dr Steven Lisgo
Emerita Professor Susan Lindsay
Gene expression across mammalian organ development2020
Dr Carla Mellough
Dr Roman Bauer
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr David Dolan
et al.
An integrated transcriptional analysis of the developing human retina2019
Lauren Harkin
Emerita Professor Susan Lindsay
Dr Yaobo Xu
Ayman Alzu'bi
Dr Gavin Clowry
et al.
Corrigendum: Neurexins 1-3 Each Have a Distinct Pattern of Expression in the Early Developing Human Cerebral Cortex2019
Dr Dorin-Mirel Popescu
Dr Rachel Botting
Emily Stephenson
Dr Kile Green
Simone Webb
et al.
Decoding human fetal liver haematopoiesis2019
Dr Rachel Botting
Dr Dorin-Mirel Popescu
Dr Roser Vento-Tormo
Emily Stephenson
Dr Kile Green
et al.
Spatiotemporal immune zonation of the human kidney2019
Adriana Buskin
Dr Lili Zhu
Dr Valeria Chichagova
Dr David Dolan
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
et al.
Disrupted alternative splicing for genes implicated in splicing and ciliogenesis causes PRPF31 retinitis pigmentosa2018
Adriana Buskin
Dr Lili Zhu
Dr Valeria Chichagova
Dr David Dolan
Dr Joseph Collin
et al.
Disrupted alternative splicing for genes implicated in splicing and ciliogenesis causes PRPF31 retinitis pigmentosa2018
Majed Felemban
Dr Nicola Hunt
Dr Dean Hallam
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr Roman Bauer
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
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