Simon M. Hughes

1992- Medical Research Council (MRC)  
muscle, developmental biology, cell biology, evolution, molecular genetics, stem cells
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Martin D. Brand grad student 1980-1984 (Chemistry Tree)
Martin C. Raff post-doc 1985-1987 UCL
Helen M. Blau post-doc 1988-1991 Stanford
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Schiaffino S, Hughes SM, Murgia M, et al. (2023) MYH13, a superfast myosin expressed in extraocular, laryngeal and syringeal muscles. The Journal of Physiology
Hau HA, Kelu JJ, Ochala J, et al. (2023) Slow myosin heavy chain 1 is required for slow myofibril and muscle fibre growth but not for myofibril initiation. Developmental Biology
Pipalia TG, Sultan SHA, Koth J, et al. (2023) Skeletal Muscle Regeneration in Zebrafish. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2640: 227-248
Ganassi M, Zammit PS, Hughes SM. (2023) Isolation, Culture, and Analysis of Zebrafish Myofibers and Associated Muscle Stem Cells to Explore Adult Skeletal Myogenesis. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2640: 21-43
Hughes SM, Escaleira RC, Wanders K, et al. (2022) Clonal behaviour of myogenic precursor cells throughout the vertebrate lifespan. Biology Open. 11
Attwaters M, Kelu JJ, Pipalia TG, et al. (2022) Real Time and Repeated Measurement of Skeletal Muscle Growth in Individual Live Zebrafish Subjected to Altered Electrical Activity. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Ganassi M, Zammit PS, Hughes SM. (2021) Isolation of Myofibres and Culture of Muscle Stem Cells from Adult Zebrafish. Bio-Protocol. 11: e4149
Roy N, Sundar S, Pillai M, et al. (2021) mRNP granule proteins Fmrp and Dcp1a differentially regulate mRNP complexes to contribute to control of muscle stem cell quiescence and activation. Skeletal Muscle. 11: 18
Kayman Kürekçi G, Kural Mangit E, Koyunlar C, et al. (2021) Knockout of zebrafish desmin genes does not cause skeletal muscle degeneration but alters calcium flux. Scientific Reports. 11: 7505
Attwaters M, Hughes SM. (2021) Cellular and molecular pathways controlling muscle size in response to exercise. The Febs Journal
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