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Suda, N., Itoh, T., Nakato, R., Shirakawa, D., Bando, M., Katou, Y., Kataoka, K., Shirahige, K., Tickle, C. and Tanaka, M., 2014. Dimeric combinations of MafB, cFos and cJun control the apoptosis-survival balance in limb morphogenesis. Development, 141, pp. 2885-2894.

Chinnaiya, K., Tickle, C. and Towers, M., 2014. Sonic hedgehog-expressing cells in the developing limb measure time by an intrinsic cell cycle clock. Nature Communications, 5, 4320.

Tickle, C. and Barker, H., 2013. The Sonic hedgehog gradient in the developing limb. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Developmental Biology, 2 (2), pp. 275-290.

Bangs, F. and Tickle, C., 2010. A new mouse ciliopathy with a deletion in the Talpid3 gene, first identified in chicken. Genetics Research, 92 (1), p. 78.

Duce, S., Madrigal, L., Schmidt, K., Cunningham, C., Liu, G., Barker, S., Tennant, G., Tickle, C., Chudek, S. and Miedzybrodzka, Z., 2010. Micro-magnetic resonance imaging and embryological analysis of wild-type andpmamutant mice with clubfoot. Journal Of Anatomy, 216 (1), pp. 108-120.

Miedzybrodzka, Z., Lindstrom, N., McIntosh, R., Duce, S., Sapsford, H., Chudek, J. A., Tickle, C., Vargesson, N. and Collinson, J. M., 2009. Insights into the developmental basis of congenital talipes equinovarus from pma mice. Journal of Medical Genetics, 46 (Suppl 1), S63-S63.

Schmidt, K., Hughes, C., Chudek, J. A., Goodyear, S. R., Aspden, R. M., Talbot, R., Gundersen, T. E., Blomhoff, R., Henderson, C., Wolf, C. R. and Tickle, C., 2009. Cholesterol metabolism: the main pathway acting downstream of cytochrome P450 oxidoreductase in skeletal development of the limb. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 29 (10), pp. 2716-2729.

Towers, M. and Tickle, C., 2009. Growing models of vertebrate limb development. Development, 136 (2), pp. 179-190.

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