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Nigel Dyer

I am a member of Sascha Ott's group where I have been funded by BBSRC to provided bioinformatics support for a number of research projects within the school of Life Sciences and beyond.

My current projects are:

Previous projects, for which funding has finished but where I continue to provide support include:


Publications

ResearchId Profile

Google Scholar citation list (includes patents)

  • E. S. Lucas, N. P. Dyer, K. Fishwick, S. Ott, and J. J. Brosens (2016), "Success after failure: the role of endometrial stem cells in recurrent miscarriage" Reproduction, 152(5): p. R159-R166
  • A. Reiman, S. Pandey, K. L. Lloyd, N. Dyer, M. Khan, M. Crockard, M. J. Latten, T. L. Watson, I. A. Cree, and D. K. Grammatopoulos (2016), "Molecular testing for familial hypercholesterolaemia-associated mutations in a UK-based cohort: development of an NGS-based method and comparison with multiplex polymerase chain reaction and oligonucleotide arrays" Annals of Clinical Biochemistry: An international journal of biochemistry and laboratory medicine, 53(6): p. 654-662
  • Emma S Lucas, Nigel P Dyer, Keisuke Murakami, Yie Hou Lee, Yi-Wah Chan, Giulia Grimaldi, Joanne Muter, Paul J Brighton, Jonathan D Moore, Gnyaneshwari Patel, Jerry K Y Chan, Satoru Takeda, Eric W-F Lam, Siobhan Quenby, Sascha Ott & Jan J Brosens (2015) "Loss of endometrial plasticity in recurrent pregnancy loss" Stem Cells. DOI: 10.1002/stem.2222
    This work was covered by the national BBC news and was also in a number of national newspapers.
  • N. Dyer, L. Young, and S. Ott (2016), "Artifacts in the data of Hu et al" Nat Genet, 48(1): p. 2-3.
  • P. S. Gould, N. P. Dyer, W. Croft, S. Ott, and A. J. Easton (2014), "Cellular mRNAs access second ORFs using a novel amino acid sequence-dependent coupled translation termination-reinitiation mechanism" RNA, 20(3): p. 373-81. (4)
  • Laura Baxter, Aleksey Jironkina, Richard Hickmana, Jay Moore, Christopher Barrington, Peter Krusche, Nigel P. Dyer, Vicky Buchanan-Wollaston, Alexander Tiskin, Jim Beynon, Katherine Denby and Sascha Otta (2012) "Conserved Noncoding Sequences Highlight Shared Components of Regulatory Networks in Dicotyledonous Plants" Plant Cell (25)
  • Dyer, Nigel (2011) Informative sequence-based models for fragment distributions in ChIP-seq, RNA-seq and ChIP-chip data. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
  • Hashem Koohy, Nigel P Dyer, John E Reid, Georgy Koentges and Sascha Ott (2010) "An Alignment-Free Model for Comparison of Regulatory Sequences" Bioinformatics (10)
  • Hui Jiang, Fan Wang, Nigel P. Dyer, and Wing Hung Wong (2010) "CisGenome Browser: A flexible tool for genomic data visualization"  Bioinformatics (20)

  • Sánchez-Romero MA, Stephen J.W. Busby SJW, Dyer NP et al (2010) "Dynamic distribution of SeqA protein across the chromosome of Escherichia coli K-12" mBio (22)

  • Reid, J., K. Evans, et al (2010). "Variable structure motifs for transcription factor binding sites." BMC Genomics 11(1): 30. (16)

  • Dyer N.P.(2009) "Tubulin and its prokaryotic homologue FtsZ: a structural and functional comparison" Science Progress Volume 92, Number 2, 113-137(25) (5)
  • Poole S.J., Surace G., Singh B., Dyer N.P. (1988) "A CMOS subscriber line audio processing circuit including adaptive balance" IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems vol 2 1931-34 (24)

Other acknowledged work


Background

In 2007, after 25 years working in the Telecoms industry (working on the same product, System X,for almost all of that time) I took voluntary redundancy from Ericsson, and completed a 4 year MSc/PhD within MOAC before moving on to take up this position within the Systems Biology Centre at Warwick

More details as to how I came to make such a radical career move.

 

     

     

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    Contact: nigel.dyer@warwick.ac.uk

    +44-(0)24-765-50243

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