Dr Andy Day | Senior Scientific Manager

Day, Andy

Currently managing the DDD-NeuGen project and Media Team within CGaP.

Publications

  • Analysis of the non-recombining Y chromosome defines polymorphisms in domestic pig breeds: ancestral bases identified by comparative sequencing.

    Cliffe KM, Day AE, Bagga M, Siggens K, Quilter CR et al.

    Animal genetics 2010;41;6;619-29

  • Allelic variation of the porcine alpha-1,3-galactosyltransferase 1 (GGTA1) gene.

    Day A and Rocha D

    Journal of applied genetics 2008;49;1;75-9

  • Characterization of the porcine FSCN3 gene: cDNA cloning, genomic structure, mapping and polymorphisms.

    Kollers S, Day A and Rocha D

    Cytogenetic and genome research 2006;115;2;189-92

  • Characterization of three SNPs and localization of the porcine sperm adhesion molecule (SPAM1) gene to chromosome 18 by radiation hybrid mapping.

    Chen RR, Day AE, Ren J, Chen CY, Ai HS et al.

    Animal genetics 2005;36;3;273-5

  • Chromosomal mapping, sequence and transcription analysis of the porcine fertilin beta gene (ADAM2).

    Day AE, Quilter CR, Sargent CA and Mileham AJ

    Animal genetics 2003;34;5;375-8

  • A sensitive method for detecting variation in copy numbers of duplicated genes.

    Pielberg G, Day AE, Plastow GS and Andersson L

    Genome research 2003;13;9;2171-7

  • Characterization of the porcine sperm adhesion molecule gene SPAM1- expression analysis, genomic structure, and chromosomal mapping.

    Day AE, Quilter CR, Sargent CA and Mileham AJ

    Animal genetics 2002;33;3;211-4

  • Genetic variation in two conserved local Romanian pig breeds using type 1 DNA markers.

    Ciobanu DC, Day AE, Nagy A, Wales R, Rothschild MF and Plastow GS

    Genetics, selection, evolution : GSE 2001;33;4;417-32

  • Investigation of the retinol-binding protein 4 (RBP4) gene as a candidate gene for increased litter size in pigs.

    Rothschild MF, Messer L, Day A, Wales R, Short T et al.

    Mammalian genome : official journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society 2000;11;1;75-7

  • The Belt mutation in pigs is an allele at the Dominant white (I/KIT) locus.

    Giuffra E, Evans G, Törnsten A, Wales R, Day A et al.

    Mammalian genome : official journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society 1999;10;12;1132-6

Day, Andy
Andy's Timeline
2018

Senior Scientific Manager - Cellular Generation and Phenotyping, Sanger Institute

2017

Lab Manager (R&D) - Abcam plc

2011

Principal Scientist (R&D) - Abcam plc

2009

Senior Scientist (R&D) - Abcam plc

2007

Development Scientist - Abcam plc

2004

PhD, Molecular Biology - Anglia Ruskin University

1995

Research Scientist - Genus plc

BSc, Dual Honours, Genetics and Microbiology - University of Sheffield