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Spits, Claudia
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1.  Title: CpG Methylation, a Parent-of-Origin Effect for Maternal-Biased Transmission of Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy
 Author(s): Barbe, L.; Lanni, S.; Lopez-Castel, A.; et al.
 Source: American Journal of Human Genetics Volume: 100 Issue: 3 Pages: 488-505 Published: 2017
 Times Cited: 1
 DOI: 10.1016/j.ajhg.2017.01.033
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08-Jun-17
2.  Title: Detecting mosaicism in trophectoderm biopsies
 Author(s): Sermon, K. D.; Spits, C.; Mertzanidou, A.; et al.
 Source: Human Reproduction Volume: 32 Issue: 3 Pages: 712-713 Published: 2017
 Times Cited: 1
 DOI: 10.1093/humrep/dew346
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08-Jun-17
3.  Title: Mitotic spindle disruption in human preimplantation embryos activates the spindle assembly checkpoint but not apoptosis until Day 5 of development
 Author(s): Jacobs, K.; Van de Velde, H.; De Paepe, C.; et al.
 Source: Molecular Human Reproduction Volume: 23 Issue: 5 Pages: 321-329 Published: 2017
 Times Cited: 0
 DOI: 10.1093/molehr/gax007
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19-Sep-17
4.  Title: Reply: Detecting mosaicism in trophectoderm biopsies
 Author(s): Sermon, K. D.; Spits, C.; Mertzanidou, A.; et al.
 Source: Human Reproduction Volume: 32 Issue: 3 Pages: 713-714 Published: 2017
 Times Cited: 0
 DOI: 10.1093/humrep/dew347
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08-Jun-17
5.  Title: The role of methylation, DNA polymorphisms and microRNAs on HLA-G expression in human embryonic stem cells
 Author(s): Verloes, A.; Spits, C.; Vercammen, M.; et al.
 Source: Stem Cell Research Volume: 19 Pages: 118-127 Published: 2017
 Times Cited: 1
 DOI: 10.1016/j.scr.2017.01.005
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08-Jun-17
6.  Title: A High Proliferation Rate is Critical for Reproducible and Standardized Embryoid Body Formation from Laminin-521-Based Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Cultures
 Author(s): Dziedzicka, D.; Markouli, C.; Barbe, L.; et al.
 Source: Stem Cell Reviews and Reports Volume: 12 Issue: 6 Pages: 721-730 Published: 2016
 Times Cited: 0
 DOI: 10.1007/s12015-016-9679-z
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08-Jun-17
7.  Title: Female human pluripotent stem cells rapidly lose X chromosome inactivation marks and progress to a skewed methylation pattern during culture
 Author(s): Geens, M.; Seriola, A.; Barbe, L.; et al.
 Source: Molecular Human Reproduction Volume: 22 Issue: 4 Pages: 285-298 Published: 2016
 Times Cited: 1
 DOI: 10.1093/molehr/gaw004
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08-Jun-17
8.  Title: Higher-Density Culture in Human Embryonic Stem Cells Results in DNA Damage and Genome Instability
 Author(s): Jacobs, K.; Zambelli, F.; Mertzanidou, A.; et al.
 Source: Stem Cell Reports Volume: 6 Issue: 3 Pages: 330-341 Published: 2016
 Times Cited: 8
 DOI: 10.1016/j.stemcr.2016.01.015
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11-May-16
9.  Title: Chromosome constitution of human embryos generated after in vitro maturation including 3-isobutyl-1-methylxanthine in the oocyte collection medium
 Author(s): Spits, C.; Guzman, L.; Mertzanidou, A.; et al.
 Source: Human Reproduction Volume: 30 Issue: 3 Pages: 653-663 Published: 2015
 Times Cited: 6
 DOI: 10.1093/humrep/deu329
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11-Aug-15
10.  Title: Is skewed X chromosome inactivation in human embryonic stem cells driven by a culture advantage?
 Author(s): Geens, M.; Seriola, A.; Barbe, L.; et al.
 Source: Human Reproduction Volume: 30 Pages: 460 Published: JUN 2015
 Times Cited: 0
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08-Feb-16
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