Julian Lewis

London Research Institute, London, England, United Kingdom 
"Julian Lewis"
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Soza-Ried C, Öztürk E, Ish-Horowicz D, et al. (2014) Pulses of Notch activation synchronise oscillating somite cells and entrain the zebrafish segmentation clock. Development (Cambridge, England). 141: 1780-8
Sancho R, Blake SM, Tendeng C, et al. (2013) Fbw7 repression by hes5 creates a feedback loop that modulates Notch-mediated intestinal and neural stem cell fate decisions. Plos Biology. 11: e1001586
Hanisch A, Holder MV, Choorapoikayil S, et al. (2013) The elongation rate of RNA polymerase II in zebrafish and its significance in the somite segmentation clock. Development (Cambridge, England). 140: 444-53
Fior R, Maxwell AA, Ma TP, et al. (2012) The differentiation and movement of presomitic mesoderm progenitor cells are controlled by Mesogenin 1. Development (Cambridge, England). 139: 4656-65
Stamataki D, Holder M, Hodgetts C, et al. (2011) Delta1 expression, cell cycle exit, and commitment to a specific secretory fate coincide within a few hours in the mouse intestinal stem cell system. Plos One. 6: e24484
Wright GJ, Giudicelli F, Soza-Ried C, et al. (2011) DeltaC and DeltaD interact as Notch ligands in the zebrafish segmentation clock. Development (Cambridge, England). 138: 2947-56
Pellegrinet L, Rodilla V, Liu Z, et al. (2011) Dll1- and dll4-mediated notch signaling are required for homeostasis of intestinal stem cells. Gastroenterology. 140: 1230-1240.e1-7
Collins RT, Linker C, Lewis J. (2010) MAZe: a tool for mosaic analysis of gene function in zebrafish. Nature Methods. 7: 219-23
Lewis J, Hanisch A, Holder M. (2009) Notch signaling, the segmentation clock, and the patterning of vertebrate somites. Journal of Biology. 8: 44
Daudet N, Gibson R, Shang J, et al. (2009) Notch regulation of progenitor cell behavior in quiescent and regenerating auditory epithelium of mature birds. Developmental Biology. 326: 86-100
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