Name: Professor Sydney Shall,
Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory,
University of Sussex
Cell and Molecular Biology of Replicative senescence in vitro
Isolation of genes required for a limited life-span in culture.
Cloning of the Werner's gene.
Telomeres and the telomere theory of ageing.
Medline. At the National Institutes of Health.
2. Her,R.M., Faragher,R.G.A., Shall, S. & Hunter, J.A.A. (1993)
Werner's syndrome; a review of the clinical and pathological features and pathogenesis. Eur. J. Dermatol. 3; 425-432.
Faragher, R.G.A., Kill,I.R., Hunter,J.A.A., Pope, F.M., Tannock,C.
& Shall, S. (1993)
The gene responsible for Werner syndrome may be a cell division "counting gene". Proc. natl. Acad. Sci. USA 90; 12030-12034.
Kill,I.R. & Shall, S. (1990)
Senescent human diploid fibroblasts are able to support DNA synthesis and to express markers associated with proliferation. J. Cell Sci. 97; 473-478.
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