David Wilkinson: Publications

  • Taylor, HB; Khuong, A; Wu, Z; Xu, Q; Morley, R; Gregory, L; Poliakov, A; Taylor, WR and Wilkinson, DG (2017)
    Cell segregation and border sharpening by Eph receptor-ephrin-mediated heterotypic repulsion.
    Journal of the Royal Society Interface 14, 20170338 PubMed abstract
  • Addison, M and Wilkinson, DG (2016)
    Segment identity and cell segregation in the vertebrate hindbrain.
    Current Topics in Developmental Biology 117, 581-596 PubMed abstract
  • Cayuso, J; Dzementsei, A; Fischer, JC; Karemore, G; Caviglia, S; Bartholdson, J; Wright, GJ and Ober, EA (2016)
    EphrinB1/EphB3b coordinate bidirectional epithelial-mesenchymal interactions controlling liver morphogenesis and laterality.
    Developmental Cell 39, 316-328 PubMed abstract
  • Rubina, KA; Smutova, VA; Semenova, ML; Poliakov, AA; Gerety, S; Wilkinson, D; Surkova, EI; Semina, EV; Sysoeva, VY and Tkachuk, VA (2015)
    Detection of T-cadherin expression in mouse embryos.
    Acta Naturae 7, 87-94 PubMed abstract
  • Wilkinson, DG (2015)
    Balancing cell behavior at boundaries.
    Journal of Cell Biology 208, 659-660 PubMed abstract
  • Cayuso, J; Xu, Q and Wilkinson, DG (2014)
    Mechanisms of boundary formation by Eph receptor and ephrin signaling.
    Developmental Biology 401, 122-131 PubMed abstract
  • Jacob, J; Ribes, V; Moore, S; Constable, SC; Sasai, N; Gerety, SS; Martin, DJ; Sergeant, CP; Wilkinson, DG and Briscoe, J (2014)
    Valproic acid silencing of ascl1b/Ascl1 results in the failure of serotonergic differentiation in a zebrafish model of fetal valproate syndrome.
    Disease Models & Mechanisms 7, 107-117 PubMed abstract
  • Wilkinson, DG (2014)
    Regulation of cell differentiation by Eph receptor and ephrin signaling.
    Cell Adhesion & Migration 8, 339-348 PubMed abstract
  • Breau, MA; Wilkinson, DG and Xu, Q (2013)
    A Hox gene controls lateral line cell migration by regulating chemokine receptor expression downstream of Wnt signaling.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110, 16892-16897 PubMed abstract
  • Gerety, SS; Breau, MA; Sasai, N; Xu, Q; Briscoe, J and Wilkinson, DG (2013)
    An inducible transgene expression system for zebrafish and chick.
    Development 140, 2235-2243 PubMed abstract
  • Jacob, J; Kong, J; Moore, S; Milton, C; Sasai, N; Gonzalez-Quevedo, R; Terriente, J; Imayoshi, I; Kageyama, R; Wilkinson, DG; Novitch, Bennett G and Briscoe, J (2013)
    Retinoid acid specifies neuronal identity through graded expression of Ascl1.
    Current Biology 23, 412-418 PubMed abstract
  • Moore, S; Ribes, V; Terriente, J; Wilkinson, D; Relaix, F and Briscoe, J (2013)
    Distinct regulatory mechanisms act to establish and maintain Pax3 expression in the developing neural tube.
    PLOS Genetics 9, e1003811 PubMed abstract
  • Xu, Q and Wilkinson, DG (2013)
    Boundary formation in the development of the vertebrate hindbrain.
    Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Developmental Biology 2, 735-745 PubMed abstract
  • Batlle, E and Wilkinson, DG (2012)
    Molecular mechanisms of cell segregation and boundary formation in development and tumorigenesis.
    Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology 4, a008227
  • Breau, MA; Wilson, D; Wilkinson, DG and Xu, Q (2012)
    Chemokine and Fgf signalling act as opposing guidance cues in formation of the lateral line primordium.
    Development 139, 2246-2253 PubMed abstract
  • Taylor, WR; Morley, R; Krasavin, A; Gregory, L; Wilkinson, DG and Poliakov, A (2012)
    A mechanical model of cell segregation driven by differential adhesion.
    PLOS ONE 7, e43226 PubMed abstract
  • Terriente, J; Gerety, SS; Watanabe-Asaka, T; Gonzalez-Quevedo, R and Wilkinson, DG (2012)
    Signalling from hindbrain boundaries regulates neuronal clustering that patterns neurogenesis.
    Development 139, 2978-2987 PubMed abstract
  • Gerety, SS and Wilkinson, DG (2011)
    Morpholino artifacts provide pitfalls and reveal a novel role for pro-apoptotic genes in hindbrain boundary development.
    Developmental Biology 350, 279-289 PubMed abstract
  • Foster, KE; Gordon, J; Cardenas, K; Veiga-Fernandes, H; Makinen, T; Grigorieva, E; Wilkinson, DG; Blackburn, CC; Richie, E; Manley, NR; Adams, RH; Kioussis, D and Coles, MC (2010)
    EphB-ephrin-B2 interactions are required for thymus migration during organogenesis.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107, 13414-13419 PubMed abstract
  • Gonzalez-Quevedo, R; Lee, Y; Poss, KD and Wilkinson, DG (2010)
    Neuronal regulation of the spatial patterning of neurogenesis.
    Developmental Cell 18, 136-147 PubMed abstract
  • Sobieszczuk, DF; Poliakov, A; Xu, Q and Wilkinson, DG (2010)
    A feedback loop mediated by degradation of an inhibitor is required to initiate neuronal differentiation.
    Genes & Development 24, 206-218 PubMed abstract
  • Xu, Q and Wilkinson, D (2010)
    New molecular connections in angiogenesis.
    Cell Research 20, 980-981 PubMed abstract

[Page last updated 1 Nov 2017]

David Wilkinson

david.wilkinson@crick.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 379 61638

  • Qualifications and history
  • 1983 PhD University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
  • 1983 Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Cancer Research, Philadelphia, USA
  • 1986 Postdoctoral Fellow, Medical Research Council National Institute for Medical Research (MRC-NIMR), London, UK
  • 1988 Group Leader, MRC-NIMR, London, UK
  • 2015 Group Leader, the Francis Crick Institute, London, UK