Fursham Hamid

Fursham Hamid

Lecturer in Bioinformatics, Group Leader



Related News:

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

10/01/23
New publication from the Makeyev lab

Novel ALS hallmark may trigger motor degeneration

22/11/22
New publication from the Houart lab

Gene regulation mechanism impacting diverse neuropathologies uncovered

26/03/21
SFPQ plays key role in neuronal development

All publications:

2024

Zhuravskaya A, Yap K, Hamid F, Makeyev EV (2024) Alternative splicing coupled to nonsense-mediated decay coordinates downregulation of non-neuronal genes in developing mouse neurons. Genome Biol 25: 162

2023

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.

2022

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

Nikolaou N, Gordon PM, Hamid F, Taylor R, Lloyd-Jones J, Makeyev EV, Houart C (2022) Cytoplasmic pool of U1 spliceosome protein SNRNP70 shapes the axonal transcriptome and regulates motor connectivity. Curr Biol