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Dr Lindsay Murphy
Dr Tamilvendhan Dhanaseelan
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr David Burns
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Exercise, programmed cell death and exhaustion of cardiomyocyte proliferation in aging zebrafish2021
Dr Adrian Santos
Sam Washer
Dr Tamilvendhan Dhanaseelan
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Ahlam Alqahtani
et al.
Alternative splicing of jnk1a in zebrafish determines first heart field ventricular cardiomyocyte numbers through modulation of hand2 expression2020
Dr Ahlam Alqahtani
Andrew Skelton
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Srinivas Annavarapu
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Isolation and next generation sequencing of archival formalin-fixed DNA2020
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Bill Chaudhry
New concepts in the development and malformation of the arterial valves2020
Dr Stamatina Verykiou
Michael Alexander
Dr Noel Edwards
Professor Ruth Plummer
Dr Bill Chaudhry
et al.
Harnessing autophagy to overcome MEK-inhibitor induced resistance in metastatic melanoma2019
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Ahlam Alqahtani
Dr Rachel Richardson
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Shindi Tiurma
et al.
A novel source of arterial valve cells linked to bicuspid aortic valve without raphe in mice2018
Dr Rachel Richardson
Dr Lorraine Eley
Charlotte Donald-Wilson
Natasha Curley
Dr Ahlam Alqahtani
et al.
Development and maturation of the fibrous components of the arterial roots in the mouse heart2018
Dr David Hill
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Embryonic zebrafish xenograft assay of human cancer metastasis2018
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Development and maintenance of the arterial valves2017
Monica Piatek
Dr Amy Fearn
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Dr Andreas Werner
Ectopically expressed Slc34a2a sense-antisense transcripts cause a cerebellar phenotype in zebrafish embryos depending on RNA complementarity and Dicer2017
Dr Ahlam Alqahtani
Dr Rachel Richardson
Dr John O'Sullivan
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Re-evaluation of hypoplastic left heart syndrome from a developmental and morphological perspective2017
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Development and maldevelopment of the ventricular outflow tracts2016
Dr Bill Chaudhry
David Burns
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Professor Deborah Henderson
Exercise and cardiomyocyte turnover in the aging zebrafish heart2014
Dr David Hill
Dr Stamatina Verykiou
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Penny Lovat
Modelling melanoma metastasis using organotypic skin equivalent and zebrafish models2014
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Nicola Brown
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Myths and Realities Relating to Development of the Arterial Valves2014
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Simon Bamforth
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Normal and abnormal development of the heart2014
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Dr Iain Keenan
Dr Simon Ramsbottom
Charlotte Donald-Wilson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
et al.
Scrib:Rac1 interactions are required for the morphogenesis of the ventricular myocardium2014
Dr Simon Ramsbottom
Vipul Sharma
Dr Hong Jun Rhee
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Helen Phillips
et al.
Vangl2-Regulated Polarisation of Second Heart Field-Derived Cells Is Required for Outflow Tract Lengthening during Cardiac Development2014
Dr Simon Bamforth
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Professor Bob Anderson
Clarification of the identity of the mammalian fifth pharyngeal arch artery2013
Dr Helen Phillips
Pavithra Mahendran
Dr Esha Singh
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
et al.
Neural crest cells are required for correct positioning of the developing outflow cushions and pattern the arterial valve leaflets2013
Dr Bill Chaudhry
David Burns
Professor Deborah Henderson
Cardiomyocyte aging: swimming against the clock2012
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Conditional deletion of Scrib gene in the developing myocardium leads to congenital heart defects2012
Dr Nicola Hunt
Antoniana Batsivari
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
ECM control of neural crest cell (NCC) behaviour and implications for heart development2012
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Paul Chrystal
Professor Deborah Henderson
Fast Digital Laser Sheet Microscopy: swimaging in 6 dimensions2012
Dr Helen Phillips
Tania Papoutsi
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Neural Crest Cell Survival is Dependent on Rho Kinase and is Required for Development of the Mid Face in Mouse Embryos2012
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Dr Simon Bamforth
Dr Darren Hoyland
Dr Helen Phillips
et al.
Normal and abnormal development of the intrapericardial arterial trunks in humans and mice2012
Dr Iain Keenan
Dr Hong Jun Rhee
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Origin of non-cardiac endothelial cells from an Isl1+ lineage.2012
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Getting to the Heart of Planar Cell Polarity Signaling2011
Dr Roslyn Simms
Dr Ann Marie Hynes
Dr Lorraine Eley
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor John Sayer
et al.
Modelling a ciliopathy: ahi1 knockdown in model systems reveals an essential role in brain, retinal and renal development2011
Dr Gordon Love
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Real-time optical gating for three-dimensional beating heart imaging2011
Professor Bob Anderson
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Development of the outflow tracts with reference to aortopulmonary windows and aortoventricular tunnels2010
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
03-P015: Rho kinase is required for cohesive behaviour of neural crest cells during outflow tract morphogenesis2009
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Dr Bill Chaudhry
A Late Role for bmp2b in the Morphogenesis of Semicircular Canal Ducts in the Zebrafish Inner Ear2009
Dr Veronika Boczonadi
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Cell traction force microscopy in cardiac morphogenesis2009
Lucy Bradshaw
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dual role for neural crest cells during outflow tract septation in the neural crest-deficient mutant Splotch(2H)2009
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Stephen Webb
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Dr Jonathan Peat
Dr Helen Phillips
et al.
Left cardiac isomerism in the Sonic hedgehog null mouse2009
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Emeritus Professor Heather Ashton
Dr Arif Muhamed
Professor Steve Bull
Dr Daniel Frankel
et al.
Nanoscale viscoelastic properties of an aligned collagen scaffold2009
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Reduction in fragile X related 1 protein causes cardiomyopathy and muscular dystrophy in zebrafish2009
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Dr Jonathan Peat
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
et al.
Non-cell-autonomous roles for the planar cell polarity gene vangl2 in development of the coronary circulation2008
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Hong Jun Rhee
Dr Victoria Hildreth
Dr Jonathan Peat
Professor Bob Anderson
et al.
Disruption of planar cell polarity signaling results in congenital heart defects and cardiomyopathy attributable to early cardiomyocyte disorganization2007
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Vang-like 2 and noncanonical Wnt signaling in outflow tract development2006
Dr Bill Chaudhry
A feasibility study of signed consent for the collection of patient identifiable information for a national paediatric clinical audit database2005
Dr Helen Phillips
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Vangl2 acts via RhoA signaling to regulate polarized cell movements during development of the proximal outflow tract2005
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Deborah Henderson
Dorsoventral patterning in oesophageal atresia with tracheo-oesophageal fistula: Evidence from a new mouse model2002
Professor Fai Ng
Dr Rachel Baker
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Reversibility with Interleukin-2 Suggests that T Cell Anergy Contributes to Donor-Specific Hyporesponsiveness in Renal Transplant Patients2002
Professor Fai Ng
Dr Bill Chaudhry
The role of T-cell anergy in the maintenance of donor-specific hyporesponsiveness in renal transplant recipients2001