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Prof. Elizabeth A Oliver-Jones

Job Title
Recognised Researcher
Department
Life Sciences
Research Interests

My research interests at Warwick focus around the study of early cell interactions in amphibians, relatively little is known about the molecular mechanisms by which vertebrate embryos achieve the myriad of complex patterns and cell types found in the adult animal. I set out to generate a panel of monoclonial antibody markers which could be used to study molecular events that take place during differentiation of the early amphibian embryo. These antibodies now form the basis of a panel of antibodies which are used in developmental biology laboratories world-wide.

  • Masse, Karine, Kyono, Junichi, Bhamra, Surinder, Jones, Elizabeth A., 2010. Roles of enpp4 during vertebrate kidney development. Purines 2010, Barcelona, Spain, May 31-June 02, 2010, Published in Purinergic Signalling, pp. 130-131
  • Kyuno, Jun-ichi, Masse, Karine, Bhamra, Surinder, Jones, Elizabeth A., 2009. Functional analysis of enpp4 and enpp6 in Xenopus pronephros development. 16th Annual Conference of the International-Society-of-Development-Biologists, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 06-10, 2009, Published in Mechanisms of Development, pp. S170-S171
  • Noble, Anna, Jafkins, Alan, Coxhead, Peter, Nicolson, Gretel, Jones, Elizabeth A., Guille, Matthew, 2009. The European Xenopus Resource Centre (EXRC). 16th Annual Conference of the International Society of Development Biologists, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 06-10, 2009, Published in Mechanisms of Development, pp. S331-S332
Title Funder Award start Award end
The European Stock Centre for Xenopus Wellcome Trust 01 Aug 2010 30 Apr 2012