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2005BRCTx is a novel, highly conserved RAD18-interacting protein.Markus, Marietta (Andrea); Morris, Brian; Adams, David J.; Arends, Mark J.; Bradley, Allan; Gergely, Fanni V.; Kanaar, Roland; Ng, Bee Ling; Tannahill, David; van der Weyden, Louise; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyBRCTx is a novel, highly conserved RAD18-interacting protein., MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY, Apr. 2005, vol.25,(2),2005,pp 779-788
2006Functional knockout of the matrilin-3 gene causes premature chondrocyte maturation to hypertrophy and increases bone mineral density and osteoarthritis.Adams, David; Van Der Weyden, Louise; Birk, David E.; Bradley, Allan; Chen, Qian; Luo, Junming; Wei, Lei; Yang, Xu; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyFunctional knockout of the matrilin-3 gene causes premature chondrocyte maturation to hypertrophy and increases bone mineral density and osteoarthritis., American Journal of Pathology, vol.169,(2),2006,pp 515-527
2006Geminin is essential to prevent endoreduplication and to form pluripotent cells during mammalian development.Adams, David; Van Der Weyden, Louise; Bradley, Allan; Coleman, Nicholas; Gonzalez, Michael A.; Hemberger, Myriam; Laskey, Ronald A.; Tachibana, Kiku-e K.; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyGeminin is essential to prevent endoreduplication and to form pluripotent cells during mammalian development., Genes & Development, vol.20,(14),2006,pp 1880-1884
2005A genome-wide, end-sequenced 129Sv BAC library resource for targeting vector construction.Adams, Douglas; Van Der Weyden, Louise; Bonfield, James K.; Bradley, Allan; Chan, Wei-in; Cox, Tony; Davies, Rob; Gorick, Barbara D.; Humphray, Sean; Law, Frances; Liu, Pentao; Plumb, Bob; Quail, Michael A; Rogers, Jane; Su, Qin; Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyA genome-wide, end-sequenced 129Sv BAC library resource for targeting vector construction., Genomics, vol.86,(6),2005,pp 753-758
2008Loss of Rassf1a cooperates with Apc(Min) to accelerate intestinal tumourigenesis.Van Der Weyden, Louise; Adams, David J.; Arends, Mark J.; Bradley, Allan; Conte, N; Dovey, O M; Gergely, Fanni V.; Harrison, H L; Lefebvre, G; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyLoss of Rassf1a cooperates with Apc(Min) to accelerate intestinal tumourigenesis., Oncogene: including Oncogene Reviews, vol.27,(32),2008,pp 4503-4508
2006Loss of TSLC1 causes male infertility due to a defect at the spermatid stage of spermatogenesis.Adams, David; Van Der Weyden, Louise; Affara, Nabeel; Arends, Mark J.; Bradley, Allan; Chausiaux, Oriane E.; Ellis, Peter J.; Lange, Ulrike C.; Murakami, Yoshinori; Surani, M. Azim; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyLoss of TSLC1 causes male infertility due to a defect at the spermatid stage of spermatogenesis., MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY, Apr. 2005, vol.26,(9),2006,pp 3595-3609
2004Mouse Models of CancerVan Der Weyden, Louise; Biggs, Patrick J.; Bradley, Allan; Chung, Yeun-Jun; Thompson, Debrah M.; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyMouse Models of Cancer in Oncogenomics: Molecular Approaches to Cancer, John Wiley & Sons, 2004, pp. 199-253
2005Null and conditional semaphorin 3B alleles using a flexible puroDeltatk loxP/FRT vector.Adams, David; Van Der Weyden, Louise; Arends, Mark J.; Bradley, Allan; Harris, Laura W.; Tannahill, David; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyNull and conditional semaphorin 3B alleles using a flexible puroDeltatk loxP/FRT vector., Genesis, vol.41,(4),2005,pp 171-178
2005The RASSF1A isoform of RASSF1 promotes microtubule stability and suppresses tumorigenesis.Adams, Douglas; Van Der Weyden, Louise; Arends, Mark J.; Bradley, Allan; Gonzalez, Michael A.; Ng, Bee Ling; Petty, R.; Tachibana, Kiku-e K.; Venkitaraman, A. R.; Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyThe RASSF1A isoform of RASSF1 promotes microtubule stability and suppresses tumorigenesis., Molecular and Cellular Biology, vol.25,(18),2005,pp 8356-8367