Dr Elisabeth Busch-Nentwich | Head of Vertebrate Genetics and Genomics

This person is a member of Sanger Institute Alumni.

Busch-Nentwich, Elisabeth


  • Chemokine receptor trafficking coordinates neutrophil clustering and dispersal at wounds in zebrafish.

    Coombs C, Georgantzoglou A, Walker HA, Patt J, Merten N et al.

    Nature communications 2019;10;1;5166

  • Common and distinct transcriptional signatures of mammalian embryonic lethality.

    Collins JE, White RJ, Staudt N, Sealy IM, Packham I et al.

    Nature communications 2019;10;1;2792

  • The gene regulatory basis of genetic compensation during neural crest induction.

    Dooley CM, Wali N, Sealy IM, White RJ, Stemple DL et al.

    PLoS genetics 2019;15;6;e1008213

  • Dicer1 is required for pigment cell and craniofacial development in zebrafish.

    Weiner AMJ, Scampoli NL, Steeman TJ, Dooley CM, Busch-Nentwich EM et al.

    Biochimica et biophysica acta. Gene regulatory mechanisms 2019

  • scRNA-Seq reveals distinct stem cell populations that drive hair cell regeneration after loss of Fgf and Notch signaling.

    Lush ME, Diaz DC, Koenecke N, Baek S, Boldt H et al.

    eLife 2019;8

  • Deep phenotyping in zebrafish reveals genetic and diet-induced adiposity changes that may inform disease risk.

    Minchin JEN, Scahill CM, Staudt N, Busch-Nentwich EM and Rawls JF

    Journal of lipid research 2018

  • Placentation defects are highly prevalent in embryonic lethal mouse mutants.

    Perez-Garcia V, Fineberg E, Wilson R, Murray A, Mazzeo CI et al.

    Nature 2018;555;7697;463-468

  • The age of heterozygous telomerase mutant parents influences the adult phenotype of their offspring irrespective of genotype in zebrafish.

    Scahill CM, Digby Z, Sealy IM, White RJ, Wali N et al.

    Wellcome open research 2017;2;77

Busch-Nentwich, Elisabeth