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Stephen Minger


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Research interests

Stem cells are self-renewing and expandable cells capable of generating every cell type in a tissue or organism. The work in our lab is focused on the derivation, propagation, characterisation and assessment of the therapeutic potential of a wide range of stem cell population, including those from early embryos, as well as those obtained from foetal and adult tissues.

Research interests (short)

Human stem cell biology; nervous system repair; regenerative medicine; growth factors.

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being


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  • Increased neural progenitors in individuals with cerebral small vessel disease

    Ekonomou, A., Johnson, M., Perry, R. H., Perry, E. K., Kalaria, R. N., Minger, S. L. & Ballard, C. G., Jun 2012, In: Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology. 38, 4, p. 344-353 10 p., N/A.

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    9 Citations (Scopus)
  • Mesenchymal differentiation propensity of a human embryonic stem cell line

    Pringle, S., De Bari, C., Dell'Accio, F., Przyborski, S., Cooke, M. J., Minger, S. L. & Grigoriadis, A. E., Apr 2011, In: Cell Proliferation. 44, 2, p. 120 - 127 8 p.

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    5 Citations (Scopus)
  • Progress and prospects: stem cells and neurological diseases

    Goegel, S., Gubernator, M. & Minger, S. L., Jan 2011, In: Gene Therapy. 18, 1, p. 1 - 6 6 p.

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    93 Citations (Scopus)
  • Screening ethnically diverse human embryonic stem cells identifies a chromosome 20 minimal amplicon conferring growth advantage

    Amps, K., Andrews, P. W., Anyfantis, G., Armstrong, L., Avery, S., Baharvand, H., Baker, J., Baker, D., Munoz, M. B., Beil, S., Benvenisty, N., Ben-Yosef, D., Biancotti, J-C., Bosman, A., Brena, R. M., Brison, D., Caisander, G., Camarasa, M. V., Chen, J., Chiao, E., & 104 othersChoi, Y. M., Choo, A. B. H., Collins, D., Colman, A., Crook, J. M., Daley, G. Q., Dalton, A., De Sousa, P. A., Denning, C., Downie, J., Dvorak, P., Montgomery, K. D., Feki, A., Ford, A., Fox, V., Fraga, A. M., Frumkin, T., Ge, L., Gokhale, P. J., Golan-Lev, T., Gourabi, H., Gropp, M., Hampl, A., Harron, K., Healy, L., Herath, W., Holm, F., Hovatta, O., Hyllner, J., Inamdar, M. S., Irwanto, A. K., Ishii, T., Jaconi, M., Jin, Y., Kimber, S., Kiselev, S., Knowles, B. B., Kopper, O., Kukharenko, V., Kuliev, A., Lagarkova, M. A., Laird, P. W., Lako, M., Laslett, A. L., Lavon, N., Lee, D. R., Lee, J. E., Li, C., Lim, L. S., Ludwig, T. E., Ma, Y., Maltby, E., Mateizel, I., Mayshar, Y., Mileikovsky, M., Minger, S. L., Miyazaki, T., Moon, S. Y., Moore, H., Mummery, C., Nagy, A., Nakatsuji, N., Narwani, K., Oh, S. K. W., Oh, S. K., Olson, C., Otonkoski, T., Pan, F., Park, I-H., Pells, S., Pera, M. F., Pereira, L. V., Qi, O., Raj, G. S., Reubinoff, B., Robins, A., Robson, P., Rossant, J., Salekdeh, G. H., Schulz, T. C., Sermon, K., Mohamed, J. S., Shen, H., Sherrer, E., Sidhu, K., Sivarajah, S., Skottman, H., Spits, C., Stacey, G. N., Strehl, R., Strelchenko, N., Suemori, H., Sun, B., Suuronen, R., Takahashi, K., Tuuri, T., Venu, P., Verlinsky, Y., Ward-van Oostwaard, D., Weisenberger, D. J., Wu, Y., Yamanaka, S., Young, L. & Zhou, Q., Dec 2011, In: Nature Biotechnology. 29, 12, p. 1132 - U113 13 p.

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    412 Citations (Scopus)
  • The effects of culture on genomic imprinting profiles in human embryonic and fetal mesenchymal stem cells

    Frost, J. M., Monk, D., Moschidou, D., Guillot, P. V., Stanier, P., Minger, S. L., Fisk, N. M., Moore, H. D. & Moore, G. E., Jan 2011, In: Epigenetics. 6, 1, p. 52 - 62 11 p.

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