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  • 1 November 2011 to 30 April 2014
  • Awards: Infrastructure Awards

The grant was essential to establish the zebrafish heart regeneration models in Oxford which would not have been possible via conventional response-mode external funding. It leveraged two BHF programme grants utilizing combined mouse and zebrafish heart regeneration models:

BHF Programme grant. (PI: Paul Riley). #RG/18/5/33532. Epicardial activation and signaling during cardiovascular repair: comparing regenerative and non-regenerative models-programme extension (renewal). (01/10/18-30/09/21). £588,176.

BHF Programme grant. (PI: Paul Riley). #RG/13/9/303269. Epicardial activation and signaling during cardiovascular repair: comparing regenerative and non-regenerative models. (01/10/13-30/09/18). £1,145,345.

Refenerating cardiomyocytes in zebrafish heart

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Publication linked to this award:

1. Koth, J., Maguire, M.L., McClymont, D., Diffley, L., Thornton, V.L., Beech, J., Patient, R.K., Riley, P.R. & Schneider, J.E (2017). High-Resolution Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Regenerating Adult Zebrafish Heart. Scientific Reports, DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-03050-y.