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Researcher: Stennard, FA (Dr Fiona Stennard)

Fields of Research

Cell metabolism
Developmental genetics (incl. sex determination)
Biochemistry and cell biology
Central nervous system
Cellular nervous system

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Expanding knowledge in the biological sciences
Clinical health
Other health

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

An Nkx2-5/Bmp2/Smad1 negative feedback loop controls second heart field progenitor specification and proliferation; Cell
Conformational Stability andDNA Binding Specificity of the Cardiac T-Box Transcription Factor Tbx20; Journal of Molecular Biology
Differential expression of VegT and Antipodean protein isoforms in Xenopus; Mechanisms of Development
Effect of prior, low-level cadmium exposure in vivo on metallothionein expression in cultured lymphocytes; Journal of Applied Toxicology
Expression of mammalian metallothioneins during development; Congress of the European Developmental Biology Organisation
Expression of metallothionein isoforms in mammals; Lorne Genome Conference
Human metallothionein gene MT1L mRNA is present in several human tissues but is unlikely to produce a metallothionein protein; FEBS Letters
Human metallothionein genes
Knockout of amyloid β protein precursor (APP) expression alters synaptogenesis, neurite branching and axonal morphology of hippocampal neurons; Neurochemical Research
Localisation and expression of metallothionein immunoreactivity in the developing sheep brain; International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience
Metallothionein expression in the mammalian brain; Metallothionein IV
Metallothioneins: new tricks for an old dog; Today's Life Science
Single cells can sense their position in a morphogen gradient; Development (Cambridge)
T-box transcription factors and their roles in regulatory hierarchies in the developing heart
The Xenopus T-box gene, Antipodean, encodes a vegetally localised maternal mRNA and can trigger mesoderm formation; Development (Cambridge)
The Xenopus Eomesodermin promoter and its concentration-dependent response to activin; Mechanisms of Development
Two distinct Staufen isoforms in Xenopus are vegetally localized during oogenesis; R N A: (Ribonucleic Acid)
Xenopus differentiation: VegT gets specific

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision