These pages list zebrafish-related publications from research groups working at UCL. Click on the arrow to download the pdf file.
You can also download summaries of our publications that need less scientific background to understand than the original papers.
The UCL Fish Facility was established in 1998 and if you would like to see the citation metrics for nearly all of the zebrafish papers from UCL researchers since then, you will find them here. Please note that this site doesn't list all papers from before 1998 although you can see most of our earlier papers here.
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Ectopic expression of Hoxa-1 in the zebrafish alters the fate of the mandibular arch neural crest and phenocopies a retinoic acid-induced phenotype
Barth,K.A., Wilson,S.W. (1995)
Expression of zebrafish nk2.2 is influenced by sonic hedgehog/vertebrate hedgehog-1 and demarcates a zone of neuronal differentiation in the embryonic forebrain.
Macdonald,R., Barth,K.A., Xu,Q., Holder,N., Mikkola,I., Wilson,S.W. (1995)
Midline signalling is required for Pax gene regulation and patterning of the eyes.
Exogenous retinoic acid causes specific alterations in the development of the midbrain and hindbrain of the zebrafish embryo including positional respecification of the Mauthner neuron
Expression of zebrafish GATA 3 (gta3) during gastrulation and neurulation suggests a role in the specification of cell fate
Macdonald,R., Xu,Q., Barth,K.A., Mikkola,I., Holder,N., Fjose,A., Krauss,S., Wilson,S.W. (1994)
Regulatory gene expression boundaries demarcate sites of neuronal differentiation in the embryonic zebrafish forebrain.
Axonal trajectories and distribution of GABAergic spinal neurons in wildtype and mutant zebrafish lacking floor plate cells
ebrafish pax[b] is involved in the formation of the midbrain-hindbrain boundary
The paired domain-containing nuclear factor pax[b] is expressed in specific commissural interneurons in zebrafish embryos
A pioneering growth cone in the embryonic zebrafish brain
Stereotyped pathway selection by growth cones of early epiphysial neurons in the embryonic zebrafish
The development of a simple scaffold of axon tracts in the brain of the embryonic zebrafish, Brachydanio rerio