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    1. Wilkinson, DG
      Multiple roles of Eph receptors and ephrins in neural development

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Christiansen, JH; Coles, EG; Robinson, V; Pasini, A; Wilkinson, DG
      Screening from a subtracted embryonic chick hindbrain cDNA library: identification of genes expressed during hindbrain, midbrain and cranial neural crest development

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    3. Pasini, A; Henrique, D; Wilkinson, DG
      The zebrafish Hairy/Enhancer-of-split-related gene her6 is segmentally expressed during the early development of hindbrain and somites

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    4. Hansen, L; Wilkinson, DG
      Drug induced akathisia, suicidal ideation and its treatment in the elderly

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
    5. Xu, QL; Mellitzer, G; Wilkinson, DG
      Roles of Eph receptors and ephrins in segmental patterning

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    6. Wilkinson, DG
      Topographic mapping: Organising by repulsion and competition?

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    7. Mellitzer, G; Xu, QL; Wilkinson, DG
      Control of cell behaviour by signalling through Eph receptors and ephrins

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    8. Christiansen, JH; Goles, EG; Wilkinson, DG
      Molecular control of neural crest formation, migration and differentiation

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    9. Matthews, HP; Korbey, J; Wilkinson, DG; Rowden, J
      Donepezil in Alzheimer's disease: Eighteen month results from Southampton Memory Clinic

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
    10. Wilkinson, DG
      Eph receptors and ephrins: Regulators of guidance and assembly

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 196
    11. Helbling, PM; Saulnier, DME; Robinson, V; Christiansen, JH; Wilkinson, DG; Brandli, AW
      Comparative analysis of embryonic gene expression defines potential interaction sites for Xenopus EphB4 receptors with ephrin-B ligands

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    12. Martin, RM; Rink, E; Wilkinson, DG; Mann, RD
      Did knowledge, opinions, background, and health authority advice influenceearly prescribing of the novel Alzheimer's disease drug donepezil in general practice? National postal survey

      PHARMACOEPIDEMIOLOGY AND DRUG SAFETY
    13. Sobieszczuk, DF; Wilkinson, DG
      Correspondence - Masking of Eph receptors and ephrins

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    14. O'Leary, DDM; Wilkinson, DG
      Eph receptors and ephrins in neural development

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    15. Hasenpusch-Theil, K; Chadwick, BP; Theil, T; Heath, SK; Wilkinson, DG; Frischauf, AM
      PHF2, a novel PHD finger gene located on human Chromosome 9q22

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    16. Pomeroy, VM; Warren, CM; Honeycombe, C; Briggs, RSJ; Wilkinson, DG; Pickering, RM; Steiner, A
      Mobility and dementia: Is physiotherapy treatment during respite care effective?

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
    17. Wilkinson, MG; Pino, TS; Tournier, S; Buck, V; Martin, H; Christiansen, J; Wilkinson, DG; Millar, JBA
      Sin1: an evolutionarily conserved component of the eukaryotic SAPK pathway

      EMBO JOURNAL
    18. Mellitzer, G; Xu, QL; Wilkinson, DG
      Eph receptors and ephrins restrict cell intermingling and communication

      NATURE
    19. Xu, QL; Mellitzer, G; Robinson, V; Wilkinson, DG
      In vivo cell sorting in complementary segmental domains mediated by Eph receptors and ephrins

      NATURE
    20. Manzanares, M; Trainor, PA; Nonchev, S; Ariza-McNaughton, L; Brodie, J; Gould, A; Marshall, H; Morrison, A; Kwan, CT; Sham, MH; Wilkinson, DG; Krumlauf, R
      The role of kreisler in segmentation during hindbrain development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. THEIL T; FRAIN M; GILARDIHEBENSTREIT P; FLENNIKEN A; CHARNAY P; WILKINSON DG
      SEGMENTAL EXPRESSION OF THE EPHA4 (SEK-1) RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE INTHE HINDBRAIN IS UNDER DIRECT TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF KROX-20

      Development
    22. SMITH A; ROBINSON V; PATEL K; WILKINSON DG
      THE EPHA4 AND EPHB1 RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES AND EPHRIN-B2 LIGAND REGULATE TARGETED MIGRATION OF BRANCHIAL NEURAL CREST CELLS

      Current biology
    23. NITTENBERG R; PATEL K; JOSHI Y; KRUMLAUF R; WILKINSON DG; BRICKELL PM; TICKLE C; CLARKE JDW
      CELL MOVEMENTS, NEURONAL ORGANIZATION AND GENE-EXPRESSION IN HINDBRAINS LACKING MORPHOLOGICAL BOUNDARIES

      Development
    24. XU QL; WILKINSON DG
      EPH-RELATED RECEPTORS AND THEIR LIGANDS - MEDIATORS OF CONTACT-DEPENDENT CELL-INTERACTIONS

      Journal of molecular medicine
    25. SEITANIDOU T; SCHNEIDERMAUNOURY S; DESMARQUET C; WILKINSON DG; CHARNAY P
      KROX-20 IS A KEY REGULATOR OF RHOMBOMERE-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE DEVELOPING HINDBRAIN

      Mechanisms of development
    26. TINCELLO DG; FARQUHARSON RG; WILKINSON DG
      USING A LOGISTIC MODEL TO IDENTIFY WOMEN WITH FIRST-TRIMESTER SPONTANEOUS-ABORTION SUITABLE FOR EXPECTANT MANAGEMENT

      British journal of obstetrics and gynaecology
    27. ROBINSON V; SMITH A; FLENNIKEN AM; WILKINSON DG
      ROLES OF EPH RECEPTORS AND EPHRINS IN NEURAL CREST PATHFINDING

      Cell and tissue research
    28. COHN MJ; PATEL K; KRUMLAUF R; WILKINSON DG; CLARKE JDW; TICKLE C
      HOX9 GENES AND VERTEBRATE LIMB SPECIFICATION

      Nature
    29. GALE NW; FLENNIKEN A; COMPTON DC; JENKINS N; COPELAND NG; GILBERT DJ; DAVIS S; WILKINSON DG; YANCOPOULOS GD
      ELK-L3, A NOVEL TRANSMEMBRANE LIGAND FOR THE EPH FAMILY OF RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES, EXPRESSED IN EMBRYONIC FLOOR PLATE, ROOF PLATE AND HINDBRAIN SEGMENTS

      Oncogene
    30. PATEL K; NITTENBERG R; DSOUZA D; IRVING C; BURT D; WILKINSON DG; TICKLE C
      EXPRESSION AND REGULATION OF CEK-8 A CELL-TO-CELL SIGNALING RECEPTOR IN DEVELOPING CHICK LIMB BUDS

      Development
    31. GALE NW; HOLLAND SJ; VALENZUELA DM; FLENNIKEN A; PAN L; RYAN TE; HENKEMEYER M; STREBHARDT K; HIRAI H; WILKINSON DG; PAWSON T; DAVIS S; YANCOPOULOS GD
      EPH RECEPTORS AND LIGANDS COMPRISE 2 MAJOR SPECIFICITY SUBCLASSES ANDARE RECIPROCALLY COMPARTMENTALIZED DURING EMBRYOGENESIS

      Neuron
    32. XU QL; ALLDUS G; MACDONALD R; WILKINSON DG; HOLDER N
      FUNCTION OF THE EPH-RELATED KINASE RTK1 IN PATTERNING OF THE ZEBRAFISH FOREBRAIN

      Nature
    33. FLENNIKEN AM; GALE NW; YANCOPOULOS GD; WILKINSON DG
      DISTINCT AND OVERLAPPING EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF LIGANDS FOR EPH-RELATED RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES DURING MOUSE EMBRYOGENESIS

      Developmental biology
    34. AMTHOR H; CONNOLLY D; PATEL K; BRANDSABERI B; WILKINSON DG; COOKE J; CHRIST B
      THE EXPRESSION AND REGULATION OF FOLLISTATIN AND A FOLLISTATIN-LIKE GENE DURING AVIAN SOMITE COMPARTMENTALIZATION AND MYOGENESIS

      Developmental biology
    35. IRVING C; NIETO A; DASGUPTA R; CHARNAY P; WILKINSON DG
      PROGRESSIVE SPATIAL RESTRICTION OF SEK-1 AND KROX-20 GENE-EXPRESSION DURING HINDBRAIN SEGMENTATION

      Developmental biology
    36. WILKINSON DG
      CHRONIC PAIN IN OLD-AGE - AN INTEGRATED BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVE -ROY,R

      British Journal of Psychiatry
    37. WILKINSON DG
      GENETIC-CONTROL OF SEGMENTATION IN THE VERTEBRATE HINDBRAIN

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    38. XU QL; ALLDUS G; HOLDER N; WILKINSON DG
      EXPRESSION OF TRUNCATED SEK-1 RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE DISRUPTS THE SEGMENTAL RESTRICTION OF GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE XENOPUS AND ZEBRAFISH HINDBRAIN

      Development
    39. CHRISTIANSEN JH; DENNIS CL; WICKING CA; MONKLEY SJ; WILKINSON DG; WAINWRIGHT BJ
      MURINE WNT-11 AND WNT-12 HAVE TEMPORALLY AND SPATIALLY RESTRICTED EXPRESSION PATTERNS DURING EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT

      Mechanisms of development
    40. NIETO MA; SECHRIST J; WILKINSON DG; BRONNERFRASER M
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SPATIALLY RESTRICTED KROX-20 GENE-EXPRESSION IN BRANCHIAL NEURAL CREST AND SEGMENTATION IN THE CHICK-EMBRYO HINDBRAIN

      EMBO journal
    41. CONNOLLY DJ; PATEL K; SELEIRO EAP; WILKINSON DG; COOKE J
      CLONING, SEQUENCING, AND EXPRESSIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE CHICK HOMOLOG OF FOLLISTATIN

      Developmental genetics
    42. WILKINSON DG
      MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF SEGMENTATION IN VERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of Medical Genetics
    43. BECKER N; SEITANIDOU T; MURPHY P; MATTEI MG; TOPILKO P; NIETO MA; WILKINSON DG; CHARNAY P; GILARDIHEBENSTREIT P
      SEVERAL RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE GENES OF THE EPH FAMILY ARE SEGMENTALLY EXPRESSED IN THE DEVELOPING HINDBRAIN

      Mechanisms of development
    44. WILKINSON DG
      DAY HOSPITALS BY ANY OTHER NAME

      International journal of geriatric psychiatry
    45. WILKINSON DG
      NAFTA AND THE ENVIRONMENT - SOME LESSONS FOR THE NEXT ROUND OF GATT NEGOTIATIONS

      World economy
    46. NIETO MA; SARGENT MG; WILKINSON DG; COOKE J
      CONTROL OF CELL BEHAVIOR DURING VERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT BY SLUG, A ZINC-FINGER GENE

      Science
    47. WILKINSON DG
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF SEGMENTAL PATTERNING IN THE VERTEBRATE HINDBRAIN AND NEURAL CREST

      BioEssays


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