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Dr. Pantelis Georgiades

University of Cyprus, Cyprus


Email: pgeor@ucy.ac.cy


Qualifications


1996 Ph.D., University of London, UK

1991 B.Sc., Molecular Biology, (Queen Mary) University of London, UK


Publications (Selected)

  1. Odiatis C, Georgiades P (2010) New insights for Ets2 function in trophoblast using lentivirus-mediated gene knockdown in trophoblast stem cells. Placenta 31, 630-640.
  2. Georgiades P, Cox B, Gertsenstein M, Chawengsaksophak K, Rossant J (2007) Trophoblastspecific gene manipulation using lentivirus-based vectors. BioTechniques 42:317-325.
  3. Georgiades P and Rossant J (2006) Ets2 is necessary in trophoblast for normal embryonic anteroposterior axis development. Development 133, 1059-1068.
  4. Georgiades P (2004) The possible clinical relevance of mouse placental research. SICC(Invited expert section), 17-12-2004.
  5. Georgiades P, Ferguson-Smith AC, Burton GJ (2002) Comparative developmental anatomy of murine and human definitive placentae. Placenta 23, 3-19.
  6. Georgiades P, Ogilvy S, Duval H, Licence DR, Charnock-Jones DS, Smith SK, Print CG (2002) VavCre transgenic mice: a tool for mutagenesis in hematopoietic and endothelial lineages. Genesis 34, 251-6.
  7. Georgiades P, Watkins M, Burton GJ, Ferguson-Smith AC (2001) Roles for genomic imprinting and the zygotic genome in placental development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98, 4522-4527.
  8. Ferguson-Smith AC, Tevendale M, Georgiades P, Grandjean (2001) Balanced translocations for the analysis of imprinted regions of the mouse genome. Methods in Molecular Biology 181, 41-54.
  9. Georgiades P, Watkins M, Surani MA, Ferguson-Smith AC (2000) Parental origin-specific developmental defects in mice with uniparental disomy for chromosome 12. Development 127, 4719-28.
  10. Takada S, Tevendale M, Baker J, Georgiades P, Campbell E, Freeman T, Johnson MH, Paulsen M, Ferguson-Smith AC (2000) Delta-like and gtl2 are reciprocally expressed, differentially methylated linked imprinted genes on mouse chromosome 12. Current Biology 10, 1135-8.
  11. Georgiades P, Chierakul C,Ferguson-Smith AC (1998)Parental origin effects in human trisomy for chromosome14q: implications for genomic imprinting.Journal of Medical Genetics35, 821 824.
  12. Georgiades P, Wood J, Brickell PM (1998) Retinoid X receptor-gamma gene expression is developmentally regulated in the embryonic rodent peripheral nervous system. Anatomy and Embryology 197, 477-484.
  13. Georgiades P and Brickell PM (1998) Regulation of retinoid X receptor-gamma gene transcript levels in rat heart cells. Cell Biology International 22, 457-463.
  14. Georgiades P and Brickell PM (1997) Differential expression of the rat retinoid X receptor gamma gene during skeletal muscle differentiation suggests a role in myogenesis.Developmental Dynamics 210,1-10.
  15. Georgiades P, Kieszkiewicz J, Rozyca M, Brickell PM, Lund T (1996) Coexpression of H2-Mb and H2-Ab genes during fetal and postnatal development. Immunology 88, 447-451.