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Dr Laura Wadkin
Dr Sirio Orozco Fuentes
Dr Irina Neganova
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Andrew Baggaley
et al.
OCT4 expression in human embryonic stem cells: spatio-temporal dynamics and fate transitions2021
Dr Sirio Orozco Fuentes
Dr Laura Wadkin
Dr Irina Neganova
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Andrew Baggaley
et al.
Spatio-temporal analyses of transcription factor expression and fate transitions in a hESC colony2021
Dr Laura Wadkin
Dr Sirio Orozco Fuentes
Dr Irina Neganova
Professor Majlinda Lako
Professor Anvar Shukurov
et al.
The recent advances in the mathematical modelling of human pluripotent stem cells2020
Dr Sirio Orozco Fuentes
Dr Irina Neganova
Dr Laura Wadkin
Dr Andrew Baggaley
Professor Anvar Shukurov
et al.
Quantification of the morphological characteristics of hESC colonies2019
Dr Laura Wadkin
Dr Sirio Orozco Fuentes
Dr Irina Neganova
Dr Sanja Bojic
Dr Alex Laude
et al.
Seeding hESCs to achieve optimal colony clonality2019
Dr Laura Wadkin
Dr Sirio Orozco Fuentes
Dr Irina Neganova
Dr Alex Laude
Professor Majlinda Lako
et al.
Correlated random walks of human embryonic stem cells in vitro2018
Dr Irina Neganova
Dr Valeria Chichagova
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Professor Majlinda Lako
A critical role for p38MAPK signalling pathway during reprogramming of human fibroblasts to iPSCs2017
Dr Laura Wadkin
Dr Irina Neganova
Dr Nick Parker
Dr Valeria Chichagova
Georgina Kay-Black
et al.
Dynamics of single human embryonic stem cells and their pairs: a quantitative analysis2017
Dr Laura Wadkin
Dr Sirio Orozco Fuentes
Dr Nick Parker
Professor Anvar Shukurov
Dr Irina Neganova
et al.
Human embryonic stem cell colony formation: statistical analysis and agent-based modelling2017
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 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 Irina Neganova
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Adriana Buskin
Iliana Paraskevopoulou
Dr Stuart Atkinson
et al.
CDK1 plays an important role in the maintenance of pluripotency and genomic stability in human pluripotent stem cells2014
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Irina Neganova
Sun Yung
Chatcha Singhapol
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
et al.
A human iPSC model of Ligase IV deficiency reveals an important role for NHEJ-mediated-DSB repair in the survival and genomic stability of induced pluripotent stem cells and emerging haematopoietic progenitors2013
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Irina Neganova
Chatcha Singhapol
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
Jerome Evans
et al.
Brief Report: A Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Model of Cernunnos Deficiency Reveals an Important Role for XLF in the Survival of the Primitive Hematopoietic Progenitors2013
Sun Yung
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Maria Ledran
Dr Saba Habibollah
Dr Irina Neganova
et al.
Brief Report: Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Models of Fanconi Anemia Deficiency Reveal an Important Role for Fanconi Anemia Proteins in Cellular Reprogramming and Survival of Hematopoietic Progenitors2013
Dr Irina Neganova
Dr Stuart Atkinson
Dr Joao Passos
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Professor Lyle Armstrong
et al.
An Important Role for CDK2 in G1 to S Checkpoint Activation and DNA Damage Response in Human Embryonic Stem Cells2011
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Chunbo Yang
Dr Irina Neganova
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Professor Majlinda Lako
et al.
Human-Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Models for the Study of Spinal Muscular Atrophy2010
Dr Irina Neganova
Dr Stuart Atkinson
Dr George Anyfantis
Dr Owen Hughes
Professor Tom Strachan
et al.
A role for NANOG in G1 to S transition in human embryonic stem cells through direct binding of CDK6 and CDC25A2009
Dr Irina Neganova
Stuart Atkinson
Professor Majlinda Lako
Expression and functional analysis of G1 to S regulatory components reveals an important role for CDK2 in cell cycle regulation in human embryonic stem cells2009
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Irina Neganova
Professor Lyle Armstrong
G(1) to S transition and pluripotency Two sides of the same coin?2009
Professor Toivo Maimets
Dr Irina Neganova
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Professor Majlinda Lako
Activation of p53 by nutlin leads to rapid differentiation of human embryonic stem cells2008
Dr Irina Neganova
Professor Majlinda Lako
G1 to S phase cell cycle transition in somatic and embryonic stem cells2008
Dr Irina Neganova
Professor Majlinda Lako
Cell cycle regulation in human embryonic stem cells2007