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Association between mouse nude gene expression and the initiation of epithelial terminal differentiation
Loss-of-function mutations in Whn (Hfh 11), a winged-helix/forkhead transcription factor, result in the nude mouse phenotype. To determine the whn expression pattern during development, we utilized mice in which a β- ...
Characterization of progressive motor deficits in mice transgenic for the human Huntington's disease mutation
Transgenic mice expressing exon 1 of the human Huntington's disease (HD) gene carrying a 141-157 CAG repeat (line R6/2) develop a progressive neurological phenotype with motor symptoms resembling those seen in HD. We have ...
Exposing the human nude phenotype 
Differentiating A and B groups of Leptosphaeria maculans, causal agent of stem canker (blackleg) of oilseed rape
Stem canker or blackleg of brassicas, caused by Leptosphaeria maculans, is one of the most damaging diseases of winter oilseed rape in the UK. Airborne ascospores, released in autumn and winter, initiate leaf infections ...
Genetic modification and food : the policy challenges
Paper presented at the annual Public Health Forum 1999
Is there a rationale for rationing chronic dialysis? : A hospital based cohort study of factors affecting survival and morbidity
Objectives To determine factors influencing survival and need for hospitalisation in patients needing dialysis, and to define the potential basis for rationing access to renal replacement therapy. Design Hospital based ...
Yield loss of winter oilseed rape in relation to severity of stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans ) in the UK
The relationships between yield loss and incidence or severity of stem canker in winter oilseed rape were analysed using data from experiments at Rothamsted in 1991/92, Withington in 1992/93, Boxworth in 1993/94 and ...
A harmonious marriage : Personal reflections on 25 years of research and therapeutic practice in a National Health Service setting
(American Psychological Association, 1999)
HBMBU-14 is a receptor for the chemokine PF4
The ligand PF-4 has been identified as a ligand for the 7TM receptor HBMBU14, also known as TYMSTR, STRL-33 and BONZO.