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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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1998 PUBLICATIONS

Houart,C.,Westerfield,M.,Wilson,S.W. (1998)
A small population of anterior cells patterns the forebrain during gastrulation
Nature 391:788-792
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Shanmugalingam,S.,Wilson,S.W. (1998)
Isolation, expression and regulation of a zebrafish paraxis homologue.
Mechanisms of Development 78:85-89
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Holder N, Cooke J, Brennan C. (1998)
The Eph receptor tyrosine kinases and the ephrins--roles in nervous system development.
Eur J Neurosci. 10:405-408
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Read EM, Rodaway AR, Neave B, Brandon N, Holder N, Patient RK, Walmsley ME. (1998)
Evidence for non-axial A/P patterning in the nonneural ectoderm of Xenopus and zebrafish pregastrula embryos.
Int J Dev Biol. 42:763-774
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Zimprich F, Ashworth R, Bolsover S. (1998)
Real-time measurements of calcium dynamics in neurons developing in situ within zebrafish embryos.
Pflugers Arch. 436:489-493
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Durbin,L.,Brennan,C.,Shiomi,K.,Cooke,J.,Barrios,A.,Shanmugalingam,S.,Guthrie,B.,Lindberg,R.,Holder,N. (1998)
Eph signalling is required for segmentation and differentiation of the somites
Genes and Development 12:3096-3109
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