Kay Davies
Kay Davies
Professor of Genetics University of Oxford
Verified email at dpag.ox.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Function and genetics of dystrophin and dystrophin-related proteins in muscle
DJ Blake, A Weir, SE Newey, KE Davies
Physiological reviews 82 (2), 291-329, 2002
11812002
A highly polymorphic DNA marker linked to adult polycystic kidney disease on chromosome 16
ST Reeders, MH Breuning, KE Davies, RD Nicholls, AP Jarman, ...
Nature 317 (6037), 542, 1985
8421985
Utrophin-dystrophin-deficient mice as a model for Duchenne muscular dystrophy
AE Deconinck, JA Rafael, JA Skinner, SC Brown, AC Potter, L Metzinger, ...
Cell 90 (4), 717-727, 1997
7441997
A functional genetic link between distinct developmental language disorders
SC Vernes, DF Newbury, BS Abrahams, L Winchester, J Nicod, M Groszer, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 359 (22), 2337-2345, 2008
6842008
A systematic, genome-wide, phenotype-driven mutagenesis programme for gene function studies in the mouse
PM Nolan, J Peters, M Strivens, D Rogers, J Hagan, N Spurr, IC Gray, ...
Nature genetics 25 (4), 440, 2000
6712000
Human dystrophin expression in mdx mice after intramuscular injection of DNA constructs
G Acsadi, G Dickson, DR Love, A Jani, FS Walsh, A Gurusinghe, JA Wolff, ...
Nature 352 (6338), 815, 1991
6431991
Genetic mapping of chronic childhood-onset spinal muscular atrophy to chromosome 5q1 1.2–13.3
LM Brzustowicz, T Lehner, LH Castilla, GK Penchaszadeh, ...
Nature 344 (6266), 540-541, 1990
6251990
Very mild muscular dystrophy associated with the deletion of 46% of dystrophin
SB England, LVB Nicholson, MA Johnson, SM Forrest, DR Love, ...
Nature 343 (6254), 180, 1990
6051990
Expression of full-length utrophin prevents muscular dystrophy in mdx mice
J Tinsley, N Deconinck, R Fisher, D Kahn, S Phelps, JM Gillis, K Davies
Nature medicine 4 (12), 1441, 1998
5951998
Trinucleotide repeat amplification and hypermethylation of a CpG island in FRAXE mental retardation
SJL Knight, AV Flannery, MC Hirst, L Campbell, Z Christodoulou, ...
Cell 74 (1), 127-134, 1993
5651993
An autosomal transcript in skeletal muscle with homology to dystrophin
DR Love, DF Hill, G Dickson, NK Spurr, BC Byth, RF Marsden, FS Walsh, ...
Nature 339 (6219), 55, 1989
5401989
Amelioration of the dystrophic phenotype of mdx mice using a truncated utrophin transgene
JM Tinsley, AC Potter, SR Phelps, R Fisher, JI Trickett, KE Davies
Nature 384 (6607), 349, 1996
5041996
PDZ domains: targeting signalling molecules to sub‐membranous sites
CP Ponting, C Phillips, KE Davies, DJ Blake
Bioessays 19 (6), 469-479, 1997
4591997
Linkage analysis of two cloned DNA sequences flanking the Duchenne muscular dystrophy locus on the short arm of the human X chromosome
KE Davies, PL Pearson, PS Harper, JM Murray, T O'Brien, M Sarfarazi, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 11 (8), 2303-2312, 1983
4581983
International SMA consortium meeting (26–28 June 1992, Bonn, Germany)
TL Munsat, KE Davies
Neuromuscular Disorders 2 (5), 423-428, 1992
4571992
Primary structure of dystrophin-related protein
JM Tinsley, DJ Blake, A Roche, U Fairbrother, J Riss, BC Byth, AE Knight, ...
Nature 360 (6404), 591, 1992
4201992
The dual specificity phosphatases M3/6 and MKP-3 are highly selective for inactivation of distinct mitogen-activated protein kinases
M Muda, A Theodosiou, N Rodrigues, U Boschert, M Camps, C Gillieron, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 271 (44), 27205-27208, 1996
3931996
Physical mapping across the fragile X: hypermethylation and clinical expression of the fragile X syndrome
MV Bell, MC Hirst, Y Nakahori, RN MacKinnon, A Roche, TJ Flint, ...
Cell 64 (4), 861-866, 1991
3861991
Linkage relationship of a cloned DNA sequence on the short arm of the X chromosome to Duchenne muscular dystrophy
JM Murray, KE Davies, PS Harper, L Meredith, CR Mueller, R Williamson
Nature 300 (5887), 69, 1982
3751982
Genetic homogeneity between acute and chronic forms of spinal muscular atrophy
TC Gilliam, LM Brzustowicz, LH Castilla, T Lehner, GK Penchaszadeh, ...
Nature 345 (6278), 823, 1990
3631990
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