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Professor Helen Sang

Professor Helen Sang

Personal Chair of Vertebrate Molecular Development

Highlighted Publications

Functional conservation between rodents and chicken of regulatory sequences driving skeletal muscle gene expression in transgenic chickens

Mike McGrew, Adrian Sherman, Simon G. Lillico, Lorna Taylor, Helen Sang BMC Developmental Biology Vol: 10 Pages: - 25 Feb 2010

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Comparative Analysis of 3D Expression Patterns of Transcription Factor Genes and Digit Fate Maps in the Developing Chick Wing

Malcolm Fisher, Helen Downie, Monique C. M. Welten, Irene Delgado, Andrew Bain, Thorsten Planzer, Adrian Sherman, Helen Sang, Cheryll Tickle PLoS One Vol: 6 Pages: - 22 Apr 2011

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Insights into bird wing evolution and digit specification from polarizing region fate maps

M. Towers, J. Signolet, A. Sherman, H. Sang, C. Tickle Nature Communications Vol: 2 2011

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FGF-dependent midline-derived progenitor cells in hypothalamic infundibular development

C. A. Pearson, K. Ohyama, L. Manning, S. Aghamohammadzadeh, H. Sang, M. Placzek Development Vol: 138 Pages: 2613-2624 Jun 2011

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Localised axial progenitor cell populations in the avian tail bud are not committed to a posterior Hox identity

Mike McGrew, Adrian Sherman, Simon Lillico, F. M. Ellard, P. A. Radcliffe, Hazel Gilhooley, K. A. Mitrophanous, N. Cambray, V. Wilson, H. Sang Development Vol: 135 Pages: 2289-2299 Jul 2008

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Suppression of avian influenza transmission in genetically modified chickens

J. Lyall, R. M. Irvine, A. Sherman, T. J. McKinley, A. Nunez, A. Purdie, L. Outtrim, I. H. Brown, G. Rolleston-Smith, H. Sang, L. Tiley Science Vol: 331 Pages: 223-226 Jan 2011

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