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Part of the research area Morphology

Latest publications

FOXF2 is required for cochlear development in humans and mice.
Guney Bademci, Clemer Abad, Armagan Incesulu, Fahed Elian, Azadeh Reyahi et al.
Human molecular genetics, Journal article 2019
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Macroanatomy and 3D probabilistic atlas of the human insula.
Isabelle Faillenot, Rolf A. Heckemann, Maud Frot, Alexander Hammers
NeuroImage, Journal article 2017
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Cross- and triple-ratios of human body parts during development
Torbjörn Lundh, Jun Udagawa, Sven-Erik Hänel, Hiroki Otani
Anatomical Records, Journal article 2011
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Morphometric study on the characteristic external features of normal and abnormal human embryos
Hiroki Otani, Jun Udagawa, Torbjörn Lundh, Toshihisa Hatta, Ryuju Hashimoto et al.
Congenit Anom Kyoto, Journal article 2008
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Masseter muscle thickness and mechanical advantage in relation to vertical craniofacial morphology in children.
Maria Charalampidou, Heidrun Kjellberg, Ioanna Georgiakaki, Stavros Kiliaridis
Acta odontologica Scandinavica, Journal article 2008
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Name Title Organization
Barreto Henriksson, Helena Researcher Department of Orthopaedics
Berthold, Claes-Henric Professor emeritus Department of Medical Biochemistry and Cell biology
Lindahl, Anders Professor/ chief physician Department of Laboratory Medicine
Lundh, Torbjörn Professor Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Skoglund, Thomas Universitetslektor, adjungerad Department of Clinical Neuroscience

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