Andrew Forge

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
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Sexton JE, Desmonds T, Quick K, et al. (2015) The contribution of TRPC1, TRPC3, TRPC5 and TRPC6 to touch and hearing. Neuroscience Letters. 610: 36-42
Bullen A, West T, Moores C, et al. (2015) Association of intracellular and synaptic organization in cochlear inner hair cells revealed by 3D electron microscopy. Journal of Cell Science. 128: 2529-40
Getsios S, Kelsell DP, Forge A. (2015) Junctions in human health and inherited disease. Cell and Tissue Research. 360: 435-8
Taylor RR, Jagger DJ, Saeed SR, et al. (2015) Characterizing human vestibular sensory epithelia for experimental studies: new hair bundles on old tissue and implications for therapeutic interventions in ageing. Neurobiology of Aging. 36: 2068-84
Jagger DJ, Forge A. (2015) Connexins and gap junctions in the inner ear--it's not just about K⁺ recycling. Cell and Tissue Research. 360: 633-44
Morozko EL, Nishio A, Ingham NJ, et al. (2015) ILDR1 null mice, a model of human deafness DFNB42, show structural aberrations of tricellular tight junctions and degeneration of auditory hair cells. Human Molecular Genetics. 24: 609-24
Taylor R, Bullen A, Johnson SL, et al. (2015) Absence of plastin 1 causes abnormal maintenance of hair cell stereocilia and a moderate form of hearing loss in mice. Human Molecular Genetics. 24: 37-49
Jagger DJ, Nickel R, Forge A. (2014) Gap junctional coupling is essential for epithelial repair in the avian cochlea. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 15851-60
Chen J, Ingham N, Kelly J, et al. (2014) Spinster homolog 2 (spns2) deficiency causes early onset progressive hearing loss. Plos Genetics. 10: e1004688
Bullen A, Taylor RR, Kachar B, et al. (2014) Inner ear tissue preservation by rapid freezing: improving fixation by high-pressure freezing and hybrid methods. Hearing Research. 315: 49-60
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