Fursham Hamid

Fursham Hamid

Lecturer in Bioinformatics, Group Leader

Related News:

PTBP1 links co-transcriptional splicing and epigenetic regulation in developing neurons

New publication from the Makeyev lab

Novel ALS hallmark may trigger motor degeneration

New publication from the Houart lab

Gene regulation mechanism impacting diverse neuropathologies uncovered

SFPQ plays key role in neuronal development

Selected publications:

Iannone C, Kainov Y, Zhuravskaya A, Hamid F, Nojima T, Makeyev EV (2023) PTBP1-activated co-transcriptional splicing controls epigenetic status of pluripotent stem cells. Mol Cell 83: 203-218.e9
Bernard C, Exposito-Alonso D, Selten M, Sanalidou S, Hanusz-Godoy A, Aguilera A, Hamid F, Oozeer F, Maeso P, Allison L, Russell M, Fleck RA, Rico B, Marín O (2022) Cortical wiring by synapse type-specific control of local protein synthesis. Science 378: eabm7466

Gordon PM, Hamid F, Makeyev EV, Houart C (2021) A conserved role for the ALS-linked splicing factor SFPQ in repression of pathogenic cryptic last exons. Nat Commun 12: 1918
Hamid FM, Makeyev EV (2017) A mechanism underlying position-specific regulation of alternative splicing. Nucleic Acids Res 45: 12455-12468