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Hannah Smith
Francesco Kumara Mastrorosa
Dr Giles Holt
Dr Brendan Houston
Dr Bilal Alobaidi
et al.
A de novo paradigm for male infertility2022
Saad Aldalaqan
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Sara Luzzi
Chile Siachisumo
Dr Louise Reynard
et al.
Cryptic splicing: common pathological mechanisms involved in male infertility and neuronal diseases2022
Emma Scott
Rebecca Garnham
Adam Duxfield
Professor David Elliott
Dr Jennifer Munkley
et al.
Pro-Survival Factor EDEM3 Confers Therapy Resistance in Prostate Cancer2022
Kayla Bastian
Dr Emma Scott
Professor David Elliott
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Fut8 alpha-(1,6)-fucosyltransferase in cancer2021
Dr Emma Scott
Professor David Elliott
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Tumour associated glycans: A route to boost immunotherapy?2020
Alice Coomer
Dr Fiona Black
Dr Alastair Greystoke
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Professor David Elliott
et al.
Alternative splicing in lung cancer2019
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Dr Katherine James
Yilei Liu
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
Dr Jannetta Steyn
et al.
An ancient germ cell-specific RNA-binding protein protects the germline from cryptic splice site poisoning2019
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 Jennifer Munkley
SR Gokul Krishnan
Gerald Hysenaj
Dr Emma Scott
Caroline Dalgliesh
et al.
Androgen-regulated transcription of ESRP2 drives alternative splicing patterns in prostate cancer2019
Professor David Elliott
Caroline Dalgliesh
Gerald Hysenaj
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
RBMX family proteins connect the fields of nuclear RNA processing, disease and sex chromosome biology2019
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 Jennifer Munkley
Karen Livermore
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Dr Katherine James
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
et al.
Androgen-dependent alternative mRNA isoform expression in prostate cancer cells2018
Dr 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
Gerald Hysenaj
Professor David Elliott
SUPPA2: fast, accurate, and uncertainty-aware differential splicing analysis across multiple conditions2018
Dr Marina Danilenko
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Professor Alison Tyson-Capper
Dr Gavin Clowry
et al.
Binding site density enables paralog-specific activity of SLM2 and Sam68 proteins in Neurexin2 AS4 splicing control2017
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Karen Livermore
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
Professor David Elliott
RNA splicing and splicing regulator changes in prostate cancer pathology2017
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Dr Urszula McClurg
Karen Livermore
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Professor Craig Robson
et al.
The cancer-associated cell migration protein TSPAN1 is under control of androgens and its upregulation increases prostate cancer cell migration2017
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Yaobo Xu
Dr Marina Danilenko
Marie Maclennan
et al.
A SLM2 Feedback Pathway Controls Cortical Network Activity and Mouse Behavior2016
Karen Livermore
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Professor David Elliott
Androgen receptor in prostate cancer2016
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 Jennifer Munkley
Karen Livermore
Dr Katherine James
Dr Brian Wilson
Professor Craig Robson
et al.
Glycosylation is an Androgen-Regulated Process Essential for Prostate Cancer Cell Viability2016
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Professor David Elliott
Hallmarks of glycosylation in cancer2016
Dr Irina Neganova
Dr Evgeniya Shmeleva
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Dr Valeria Chichagova
Dr George Anyfantis
et al.
JNK/SAPK signalling is essential for efficient reprogramming of human fibroblasts to induced pluripotent stem cells2016
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Professor David Elliott
STARs in the CNS2016
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
Dr Marina Danilenko
Caroline Dalgliesh
Yilei Liu
Professor David Elliott
et al.
Structural basis of RNA recognition and dimerization by the STAR proteins T-STAR and Sam682016
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Professor David Elliott
Sugars and cell adhesion: the role of ST6GalNAc1 in prostate cancer progression2016
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Professor David Elliott
The role of glycans in the development and progression of prostate cancer2016
Dr Andrew Best
Dr Katherine James
Gerald Hysenaj
Professor Alison Tyson-Capper
Professor David Elliott
et al.
Transformer2 proteins protect breast cancer cells from accumulating replication stress by ensuring productive splicing of checkpoint kinase 12016
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Professor Craig Robson
Professor Hing Leung
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
Professor David Elliott
et al.
Androgen-regulation of the protein tyrosine phosphatase PTPRR activates ERK1/2 signalling in prostate cancer2015
Alicia Madgwick
Dr Peter Hanson
Professor David Elliott
Dr Christopher Morris
Dr Julian Venables
et al.
Neural Differentiation Modulates the Vertebrate Brain Specific Splicing Program2015
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Dr Brian Wilson
Karen Livermore
Dr Vasileios Floros
Professor Craig Robson
et al.
The androgen receptor controls expression of the cancer-associated sTn antigen and cell adhesion through induction of ST6GalNAc1 in prostate cancer2015
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Karen Livermore
Dr Urszula McClurg
Professor Craig Robson
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
et al.
The PI3K regulatory subunit gene PIK3R1 is under direct control of androgens and repressed in prostate cancer cells2015
Dr Jacqueline Stockley
Professor Craig Robson
Professor David Elliott
Professor Hing Leung
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
et al.
The RNA-binding protein Sam68 regulates expression and transcription function of the androgen receptor splice variant AR-V72015
Elaine Hong
Dr Andrew Best
Dr Hannah Gautrey
Professor David Elliott
Professor Alison Tyson-Capper
et al.
Unravelling the RNA-Binding Properties of SAFB Proteins in Breast Cancer Cells2015
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Dr Juliane Mueller
Dr Angela Pyle
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Michele Giunta
et al.
EXOSC8 mutations alter mRNA metabolism and cause hypomyelination with spinal muscular atrophy and cerebellar hypoplasia2014
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
Caroline Dalgliesh
Robert Jackson
Professor Craig Robson
et al.
A novel androgen-regulated isoform of the TSC2 tumour suppressor gene increases cell proliferation2014
Andy Best
Caroline Dalgliesh
Elaine Hong
Mahsa Kheirollahi Kouhestani
Dr Yaobo Xu
et al.
Human Tra2 proteins jointly control a CHEK1 splicing switch among alternative and constitutive target exons2014
Professor David Elliott
Illuminating the Transcriptome through the Genome2014
Dr Andrew Best
Caroline Dalgliesh
Mahsa Kheirollahi Kouhestani
Dr Marina Danilenko
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
et al.
Tra2 protein biology and mechanisms of splicing control2014
Andy Best
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Mahsa Kheirollahi Kouhestani
Professor Alison Tyson-Capper
Professor David Elliott
et al.
Expression of Tra2ß in cancer cells as a potential contributory factor to neoplasia and metastasis2013
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Marina Danilenko
Professor David Elliott
et al.
The splicing landscape is globally reprogrammed during male meiosis2013
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Marina Danilenko
Moira Crosier
Lynne Overman
et al.
The Tissue-Specific RNA Binding Protein T-STAR Controls Regional Splicing Patterns of Neurexin Pre-mRNAs in the Brain2013
Professor David Elliott
Andy Best
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
et al.
How does Tra2 beta protein regulate tissue-specific RNA splicing?2012
Dr Elaine Hong
Professor David Elliott
Professor Alison Tyson-Capper
Identification of SAFB1 and SAFB2 Target Genes within the Oestrogen Receptor-Signalling Pathway in Breast Cancer Cells2012
Elaine Hong
Dr Hannah Gautrey
Professor David Elliott
Professor Alison Tyson-Capper
SAFB1 and SAFB2 mediated transcriptional repression: relevance in cancer2012
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
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
Caroline Dalgliesh
Pip Carling
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
Dr Kelly Coffey
et al.
Identification of Novel Androgen-Regulated Pathways and mRNA Isoforms through Genome-Wide Exon-Specific Profiling of the LNCaP Transcriptome2011
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Agata Rozanska
Professor David Elliott
Molecular design of a splicing switch responsive to the RNA binding protein Tra2β2011
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
Yilei Liu
Professor David Elliott
Coupling genetics and post-genomic approaches to decipher the cellular splicing code at a systemswide level2010
Professor David Elliott
Coupling genetics and post-genomic approaches to decipher the cellular splicing code at a systems-wide level2010
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Professor David Elliott
Expression and functions of the start proteins Sam68 and T-Star in mammalian spermatogenesis2010
Yilei Liu
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Professor David Elliott
Human RBMY regulates germline-specific splicing events by modulating the function of the serine/arginine-rich proteins 9G8 and Tra2-β2010
Professor David Elliott
Sam68 sequestration and partial loss of function are associated with splicing alterations in FXTAS patients2010
Professor David Elliott
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
The role of the RNA-binding protein Sam68 in mammary tumourigenesis2010
Professor David Elliott
Professor Craig Robson
Professor Hing Leung
Alternative splicing and biological heterogeneity in prostate cancer2009
Dr Sarra Ryan
Professor David Elliott
Professor David Ellison
Professor Simon Bailey
Professor Steven Clifford
et al.
Amplification and overexpression of Hsa-miR-3ob, Hsa-miR-30d and KHDRBS3 at 8q24.22-q24.23 in medulloblastoma2009
Professor David Elliott
Heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein G regulates splice site selection by binding to CC(A/C)-rich regionsin pre-mRNA2009
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Kaveh Emami
Dr Emma Clark
Professor Craig Robson
et al.
Proteomic identification of heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein L as a novel component of SLM/Sam68 Nuclear Bodies2009
Professor David Elliott
The Germ Cell Nuclear Proteins hnRNP G-T and RBMY Activate a Testis-Specific Exon2009
Dr Emma Clark
Professor David Elliott
Professor Craig Robson
Coupling transcription to RNA processing via the p68 DEAD box RNA helicase androgen receptor co-activator in prostate cancer2008
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 Prabhakar Rajan
Dr Luke Gaughan
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Amira El-Sherif
Professor Craig Robson
et al.
Regulation of gene expression by the RNA-binding protein Sam68 in cancer2008
Dr Emma Clark
Dr Anne Coulson
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
Professor Rakesh Heer
et al.
The RNA helicase p68 is a novel androgen receptor coactivator involved in splicing and is overexpressed in prostate cancer2008
Dr Prabhakar Rajan
Dr Luke Gaughan
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Amira El-Sherif
Professor Craig Robson
et al.
The RNA-binding and adaptor protein Sam68 modulates signal-dependent splicing and transcriptional activity of the androgen receptor2008
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Julian Venables
Professor David Elliott
Alternative RNA splicing complexes containing the scaffold attachment factor SAFB22007
Professor Karim Nayernia
Dr Jae Ho Lee
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Professor David Elliott
From stem cells to germ cells and from germ cells to stem cells2007
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
Professor David Elliott
The testis-specific human protein RBMY recognizes RNA through a novel mode of interaction2007
Professor David Elliott
Dr Sushma Grellscheid
Alternative RNA splicing regulation in the testis2006
Professor Karim Nayernia
Dr Jae Ho Lee
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Professor David Elliott
In Vitro-Differentiated Embryonic Stem Cells Give Rise to Male Gametes that Can Generate Offspring Mice2006
Dr Alexandra Reis
Dr Mark Levasseur
Professor David Elliott
Professor Keith Jones
The CRY box: A second APCcdh1-dependent degron in mammalian cdc202006
Dr Jared Thornton
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Julian Venables
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Professor David Elliott
et al.
The tumour-suppressor protein ASPP1 is nuclear in human germ cells and can modulate ratios of CD44 exon V5 spliced isoforms in vivo2006
Professor David Elliott
Molecular markers for the assessment of postnatal male germ cell development in the mouse2005
Professor David Elliott
Pairing, connecting, exchanging, pausing and pulling chromosomes2005
Dr Alexander McDougall
Professor David Elliott
Pairing, connecting, exchanging, pausing and pulling chromosomes2005
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Professor David Elliott
Post-transcriptional control in the male germ line2005
Dr Julian Venables
Caroline Dalgliesh
Professor David Elliott
Up-regulation of the ubiquitous alternative splicing factor Tra2β causes inclusion of a germ cell-specific exon2005
Professor David Elliott
A prevalent POLG CAG microsatellite length allele in humans and African great apes2004
Dr Louise Hyslop
Dr Victoria Nixon
Dr Mark Levasseur
Fiona Chapman
Dr Alexander McDougall
et al.
Ca2+-promoted cyclin B1 degradation in mouse oocytes requires the establishment of a metaphase arrest2004
Professor David Elliott
Does Rbmy have a role in sperm development in mice? (vol 103, pg 330, 2003)2004
Professor David Elliott
Erratum: Does Rbmy have a role in sperm development in mice? (Cytogenetic and Genome Research (2003) 103 (330-336))2004
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Professor David Elliott
Debra Morgan
Molecular markers for the assessment of' postnatal male germ cell development in the mouse2004
Dr Julian Venables
Caroline Dalgliesh
Lindi Skitt
Dr Jared Thornton
Professor Keith Jones
et al.
SIAH1 targets the alternative splicing factor T-STAR for degradation by the proteasome2004
Professor David Elliott
The role of potential splicing factors including RBMY, RBMX, hnRNPG-T and STAR proteins in spermatogenesis2004
Professor Michael Taggart
Professor David Elliott
Absence of mDazl produces a final block on germ cell development at meiosis2003
Professor David Elliott
Does Rbmy have a role in sperm development in mice?2003
Professor David Elliott
Double immunolabeling by the RBM and the PLAP markers for identifying intratubular (in situ) germ cell neoplasia of the testis2003
Professor David Elliott
Lack of RBM expression as a marker for carcinoma in situ of prepubertal dysgenetic testis2003
Professor David Elliott
Pathways of post-transcriptional gene regulation in mammalian germ cell development2003
Dr Julian Venables
Professor David Elliott
tr-kit promotes the formation of a multimolecular complex composed by Fyn, PLCγ1 and Sam682003
Professor David Elliott
Localization of a specific germ cell marker, DAZL1, in testicular germ cell neoplasias2002
Professor David Elliott
Localization of the germ cell-specific protein, hnRNP G-T, in testicular biopsies of azoospermic men2002
Professor David Elliott
Meiotic sex chromosome inactivation in male mice with targeted disruptions of Xist2002
Professor David Elliott
Intratubular germ cell neoplasia: Associated infertility and review of the diagnostic modalities2001
Professor David Elliott
Mutations at the mitochondrial DNA polymerase (POLG) locus associated with male infertility2001
Professor David Elliott
The contribution of RNA-binding motif (RBM) antibody to the histopathologic evaluation of testicular biopsies from infertile men2001
Professor David Elliott
A mammalian germ cell-specific RNA binding protein interacts with ubiquitously expressed proteins involved in splice site selection2000
Professor David Elliott
Dr Julian Venables
An evolutionarily conserved germ cell-specific hnRNP is encoded by a retrotransposed gene2000
Dr Julian Venables
Professor David Elliott
RBMY, a probable human spermatogenesis factor, and other hnRNP G proteins interact with Tra2beta and affect splicing2000
Professor David Elliott
Splicing and the single cell2000
Dr Julian Venables
Professor David Elliott
T-STAR/ETOILE: a novel relative of SAM68 that interacts with an RNA-binding protein implicated in spermatogenesis1999