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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
Dr Richard Holliday
Dr Nicholas Jakubovics
Dr Ralf Kist
Professor Philip Preshaw
Electronic Cigarettes and Oral Health2021
Dr Hans Sathasivam
Dr Ralf Kist
Professor Philip Sloan
Professor Peter Thomson
Michael Nugent
et al.
Predicting the clinical outcome of oral potentially malignant disorders using transcriptomic-based molecular pathology2021
Dr Mitsushiro Nakatomi
Dr Ralf Kist
Dr Steven Lisgo
Dr Heiko Peters
Msx1 deficiency interacts with hypoxia and induces a morphogenetic regulation during lip development2020
Dr Hans Sathasivam
John Casement
Professor Philip Sloan
Dr Max Robinson
Dr Ralf Kist
et al.
Gene expression changes associated with malignant transformation of oral potentially malignant disorders2020
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 Ralf Kist
Inactivation of Sox9 in fibroblasts reduces cardiac fibrosis and inflammation2019
Dr Ralf Kist
Metalloprotease-Dependent Attenuation of BMP Signaling Restricts Cardiac Neural Crest Cell Fate2019
Dr Hans Sathasivam
Professor Philip Sloan
Dr Ralf Kist
Dr Max Robinson
Prognostic Classifier for Oral Potentially Malignant Disorders: An Integrated Histopathological and Molecular approach2019
Dr Ralf Kist
Dr Heiko Peters
PAX9 regulates squamous cell differentiation and carcinogenesis in the oro-esophageal epithelium2018
Dr Richard Holliday
Dr Ralf Kist
Professor Philip Preshaw
E-cigarettes and oral health: a balanced viewpoint2017
Dr Timothy Bates
Dr Michaela Goodson
Professor Peter Thomson
Professor Philip Sloan
Dr Ralf Kist
et al.
Changes in Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Gene Copy Number during Oral Carcinogenesis2016
Dr Richard Holliday
Dr Ralf Kist
E-cigarette vapour is not inert and exposure can lead to cell damage2016
Dr Ralf Kist
Dr Heiko Peters
Generation of Pax1/PAX1-Specific Monoclonal Antibodies2016
Dr Timothy Bates
Professor Peter Thomson
Professor Philip Sloan
Dr Max Robinson
Dr Ralf Kist
et al.
PAX9 expression in potentially malignant disorders and early stage squamous carcinoma of the oral cavity2014
Dr Ralf Kist
Michelle Watson
Moira Crosier
Dr Max Robinson
Dr Julia Reichelt
et al.
The Formation of Endoderm-Derived Taste Sensory Organs Requires a Pax9-Dependent Expansion of Embryonic Taste Bud Progenitor Cells2014
Dr Ralf Kist
Transcription Factor SOX9 Plays a Key Role in the Regulation of Visual Cycle Gene Expression in the Retinal Pigment Epithelium2014
Dr Ralf Kist
Scx+/Sox9+ progenitors contribute to the establishment of the junction between cartilage and tendon/ligament2013
Dr Ralf Kist
Professor Michael Taggart
Emeritus Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Dr Magdalena Karolczak-Bayatti
The Transcription Factor Encyclopedia2012
Dr Jonathan Aust
Frances Davison
Farhana Hussain
Dr Ralf Kist
Dr Heiko Peters
et al.
Mice Lacking Ly49E Show Normal NK Cell Development and Provide Evidence for Probabilistic Expression of Ly49E in NK Cells and T Cells2011
Dr Mitsushiro Nakatomi
Dr Darren Key
Dr Ralf Kist
Andrew Aw
Dr Heiko Peters
et al.
Genetic interactions between Pax9 and Msx1 regulate lip development and several stages of tooth morphogenesis2010
Dr Ralf Kist
Hydroureternephrosis due to loss of Sox9-regulated smooth muscle cell differentiation of the ureteric mesenchyme2010
Dr Ralf Kist
Loss of Sox9 in the periotic mesenchyme affects mesenchymal expansion and differentiation, and epithelial morphogenesis during cochlea development in the mouse2010
Dr Simon Bamforth
Divya Venkatesh
Dr Ralf Kist
Dr Heiko Peters
THE PHARYNGEAL ENDODERM IN CARDIOVASCULAR PATTERNING2010
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 Ralf Kist
Loss of Sox9 function results in defective chondrocyte differentiation of mouse embryonic stem cells in vitro2008
Dr Ralf Kist
Liz Greally
Dr Heiko Peters
Derivation of a mouse model for conditional inactivation of Pax92007
Dr Ralf Kist
SOX9 is required for maintenance of the pancreatic progenitor cell pool2007
Dr Ralf Kist
Sox9 is required for precursor cell expansion and extracellular matrix organization during mouse heart valve development2007
Dr Ralf Kist
Sox9 regulates cell proliferation and is required for Paneth cell differentiation in the intestinal epithelium2007
Dr Ralf Kist
Michelle Watson
Paul Cairns
Dr Colin Miles
Dr Don Reid
et al.
Generation of hypomorphic Pax9 mouse mutants as a model for oligodontia in humans2006
Dr Ralf Kist
Homozygous inactivation of Sox9 causes complete XY sex reversal in mice2006
Dr Ralf Kist
Normal lung development and function after Sox9 inactivation in the respiratory epithelium2005
Dr Ralf Kist
Dr Colin Miles
Dr Don Reid
Dr Heiko Peters
Reduction of Pax9 gene dosage in an allelic series of mouse mutants causes hypodontia and oligodontia2005
Dr Leon Jonker
Dr Ralf Kist
Andrew Aw
Ilka Wappler
Dr Heiko Peters
et al.
Pax9 is required for filiform papilla development and suppresses skin-specific differentiation of the mammalian tongue epithelium2004
Dr Ralf Kist
Conditional inactivation of Sox9: a mouse model for campomelic dysplasia2002
Dr Ralf Kist
Campomelic dysplasia translocation breakpoints are scattered over 1 Mb proximal to SOX9: evidence for an extended control region1999
Dr Ralf Kist
The SOX10/Sox10 gene from human and mouse: sequence, expression, and transactivation by the encoded HMG domain transcription factor1998