W Bickmore
W Bickmore
MRC Human Genetics Unit, University of Edinburgh
Verified email at igmm.ed.ac.uk
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Differences in the localization and morphology of chromosomes in the human nucleus
JA Croft, JM Bridger, S Boyle, P Perry, P Teague, WA Bickmore
Journal of Cell Biology 145 (6), 1119-1131, 1999
10061999
The candidate Wilms' tumour gene is involved in genitourinary development
K Pritchard-Jones, S Fleming, D Davidson, W Bickmore, D Porteous, ...
Nature 346 (6280), 194-197, 1990
9331990
Nuclear organization of the genome and the potential for gene regulation
P Fraser, W Bickmore
Nature 447 (7143), 413-417, 2007
8382007
The spatial organization of human chromosomes within the nuclei of normal and emerin-mutant cells
S Boyle, S Gilchrist, JM Bridger, NL Mahy, JA Ellis, WA Bickmore
Human molecular genetics 10 (3), 211-220, 2001
7502001
Chromatin decondensation and nuclear reorganization of the HoxB locus upon induction of transcription
S Chambeyron, WA Bickmore
Genes & development 18 (10), 1119-1130, 2004
7232004
Genome architecture: domain organization of interphase chromosomes
WA Bickmore, B van Steensel
Cell 152 (6), 1270-1284, 2013
6472013
AY chromosome gene family with RNA-binding protein homology: candidates for the azoospermia factor AZF controlling human spermatogenesis
K Ma, JD Inglis, A Sharkey, WA Bickmore, RE Hill, EJ Prosser, RM Speed, ...
Cell 75 (7), 1287-1295, 1993
6221993
The expression of the Wilms' tumour gene, WT1, in the developing mammalian embryo
JF Armstrong, K Pritchard-Jones, WA Bickmore, ND Hastie, JBL Bard
Mechanisms of development 40 (1-2), 85-97, 1993
6211993
Chromatin motion is constrained by association with nuclear compartments in human cells
JR Chubb, S Boyle, P Perry, WA Bickmore
Current Biology 12 (6), 439-445, 2002
6002002
Recruitment to the nuclear periphery can alter expression of genes in human cells
LE Finlan, D Sproul, I Thomson, S Boyle, E Kerr, P Perry, B Ylstra, ...
PLoS Genet 4 (3), e1000039, 2008
5702008
Chromatin architecture of the human genome: gene-rich domains are enriched in open chromatin fibers
N Gilbert, S Boyle, H Fiegler, K Woodfine, NP Carter, WA Bickmore
Cell 118 (5), 555-566, 2004
5612004
Single-cell dynamics of genome-nuclear lamina interactions
J Kind, L Pagie, H Ortabozkoyun, S Boyle, SS de Vries, H Janssen, ...
Cell 153 (1), 178-192, 2013
5382013
Ring1B compacts chromatin structure and represses gene expression independent of histone ubiquitination
R Eskeland, M Leeb, GR Grimes, C Kress, S Boyle, D Sproul, N Gilbert, ...
Molecular cell 38 (3), 452-464, 2010
5012010
Enhancers: five essential questions
LA Pennacchio, W Bickmore, A Dean, MA Nobrega, G Bejerano
Nature Reviews Genetics 14 (4), 288-295, 2013
4222013
Transcription factories: gene expression in unions?
H Sutherland, WA Bickmore
Nature Reviews Genetics 10 (7), 457-466, 2009
3992009
The distribution of CpG islands in mammalian chromosomes
JM Craig, WA Bickmore
Nature genetics 7 (3), 376-382, 1994
3671994
Human cord blood-derived cells can differentiate into hepatocytes in the mouse liver with no evidence of cellular fusion
PN Newsome, I Johannessen, S Boyle, E Dalakas, KA Mcaulay, ...
Gastroenterology 124 (7), 1891-1900, 2003
3652003
Gene density and transcription influence the localization of chromatin outside of chromosome territories detectable by FISH
NL Mahy, PE Perry, WA Bickmore
The Journal of cell biology 159 (5), 753-763, 2002
3482002
The spatial organization of the human genome
WA Bickmore
Annual review of genomics and human genetics 14, 67-84, 2013
3322013
Re-modelling of nuclear architecture in quiescent and senescent human fibroblasts
JM Bridger, S Boyle, IR Kill, WA Bickmore
Current Biology 10 (3), 149-152, 2000
3192000
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