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Skeletogenesis in the swell shark Cephaloscyllium ventriosum.
- B. Eames, N. Allen, J. Young, A. Kaplan, J. Helms, R. Schneider
- Medicine, Biology
- Journal of anatomy
- 1 May 2007
Extant chondrichthyans possess a predominantly cartilaginous skeleton, even though primitive chondrichthyans produced bone. To gain insights into this peculiar skeletal evolution, and in particular… Expand
A dermal HOX transcriptional program regulates site-specific epidermal fate.
Reciprocal epithelial-mesenchymal interactions shape site-specific development of skin. Here we show that site-specific HOX expression in fibroblasts is cell-autonomous and epigenetically maintained.… Expand
A primary cilia-dependent etiology for midline facial disorders.
- S. Brugmann, N. Allen, A. W. James, Z. Mekonnen, Elena Madan, J. Helms
- Medicine, Biology
- Human molecular genetics
- 15 April 2010
Human faces exhibit enormous variation. When pathological conditions are superimposed on normal variation, a nearly unbroken series of facial morphologies is produced. When viewed in full, this… Expand
Patterns of cerebral amyloid angiopathy define histopathological phenotypes in Alzheimer's disease.
- N. Allen, A. Robinson, J. Snowden, Y. Davidson, D. Mann
- Biology, Medicine
- Neuropathology and applied neurobiology
- 1 February 2014
AIMS Pathological heterogeneity of Aβ deposition in senile plaques (SP) and cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA) in Alzheimer's disease (AD) has been long noted. The aim of this study was to classify… Expand
Patterns and severity of vascular amyloid in Alzheimer’s disease associated with duplications and missense mutations in APP gene, Down syndrome and sporadic Alzheimer’s disease
In this study, we have compared the severity of amyloid plaque formation and cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA), and the subtype pattern of CAA pathology itself, between APP genetic causes of AD… Expand
Loss of primary cilia affect neural crest cell behavior and leads to craniofacial defects
Craniofacial ciliopathies are disorders of the craniofacial complex caused by disruptions in primary cilia structure and function. To understand the role of primary cilia during craniofacial… Expand