Professor Enrique Amaya

BSc, PhD


Photograph of Professor Enrique Amaya

Contact details:

Telephone: +44 (0)161 275 1716
Website(s): Amaya Lab website
Developmental Biology

Research interests


Highlight publications

  • Love, N.R., Chen, Y., Ishibashi, S., Kritsiligkou, P., Lea, R., Koh, Y., Gallop, J.L., Dorey, K. and Amaya, E. (2013). Amputation-induced reactive oxygen species are required for successful Xenopus tadpole tail regeneration. Nature Cell Biology, 15(2), 222-228. eScholarID:182478 | DOI:10.1038/ncb2659
  • Soto, X., Li, J., Lea, R., Dubaissi, E., Papalopulu, N. & Amaya, E (2013). Inositol kinase and its product accelerate wound healing by modulating calcium levels, Rho GTPases, and F-actin assembly. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 110(27), 11029-11034. eScholarID:198525 | PMID:23776233 | DOI:10.1073/pnas.1217308110
  • Li, J., Zhang, S., Soto, X., Woolner, S. & Amaya, E (2013). ERK and phosphoinositide 3-kinase temporally coordinate different modes of actin-based motility during embryonic wound healing. J Cell Sci, 126(21), 5005-5017. eScholarID:208635 | PMID:23986484 | DOI:10.1242/jcs.133421
  • Ishibashi, S., Cliffe, R. and Amaya, E. (2012). Highly efficient bi-allelic mutation rates using TALENs in Xenopus tropicalis. Biology Open, 1, 1273-1276. eScholarID:180459 | DOI:10.1242/bio.20123228

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