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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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2003 PUBLICATIONS

Concha,M. L., Russell,C., Regan,J. C., Tawk,M., Sidi,S., Gilmour,D. T., Kapsimali,M., Sumoy,L., Goldstone,K., Amaya,E., Kimelman,D., Nicolson,T., Grunder,S., Gomperts,M., Clarke,J. D., Wilson,S. W. (2003)
Local tissue interactions across the dorsal midline of the forebrain establish CNS laterality
Neuron 39:423-438
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Barrios,A.,Poole,R.J.,Durbin,L.,Brennan,C.,Holder,N.,Wilson,S.W. (2003)
Eph/Ephrin signaling regulates the mesenchymal-to-epithelial transition of the paraxial mesoderm during somite morphogenesis
Current Biology 13:1571-1582
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Bink,R.J.,Habuchi,H.,Lele,Z.,Dolk,E.,Joore,J.,Rauch,G.J.,Geisler,R.,Wilson,S.W.,Den Hertog,J.,Kimata,K.,Zivkovic,D. (2003)
Heparan Sulfate 6-O-Sulfotransferase is essential for muscle development in zebrafish
Journal of Biological Chemistry 278:31118-31127
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Cau,E.,Wilson,S.W. (2003)
Ash1a and Neurogenin1 function downstream of Floating head to regulate epiphysial neurogenesis
Development 130:2455-2466
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Masai,I.,Lele,Z., Yamaguchi,M.,Komori,A.,Nakata,A.,Nishiwaki,Y.,Wada,H.,Tanaka,H., Nojima,Y.,Hammerschmidt,M., Wilson,S.W.,Okamoto,H. (2003)
N-cadherin mediates retinal lamination, maintenance of forebrain compartments and patterning of retinal neurites
Development 130:2479-2494
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Take-Uchi,M.,Clarke,J.D.W.,Wilson,S.W. (2003)
Hedgehog signaling maintains the optic stalk/retinal interface through the regulation of Vax gene activity
Development 130:955-968
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Carreira-Barbosa,F., Concha,M.L., Takeuchi,M., Ueno,N., Wilson,S.W., Tada,M. (2003)
Prickle1 regulates cell movements during gastrulation and neuronal migration in zebrafish.
Development 130:4037-4046
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Ulrich,F., Concha,M.L., Heid,P.J., Voss,E., Witzel,S., Roehl,H., Tada,M., Wilson,S.W., Adams,R.J., Soll,D.R., Heisenberg,C.P. (2003)
Slb/Wnt11 controls hypoblast cell migration and morphogenesis at the onset of zebrafish gastrulation.
Development 130:5375-5384
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Russell,C. (2003)
The roles of hedgehogs and Fibroblast Growth Factors in eye development and retinal cell rescue.
Vision Research 43:899-912
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Dekens,M.P.,Santoriello,C.,Vallone,D.,Grassi,G.,Whitmore,D.,Foulkes,N.S. (2003)
Light regulates the cell cycle in zebrafish
Current Biology 13:2051-2057
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Lyons,D.A.,Guy,A.T.,Clarke,J.D.W. (2003)
Monitoring neural progenitor fate through multiple rounds of division in an intact vertebrate brain
Development 130:3427-3436
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Moutsaki,P.,Whitmore,D.,Bellingham,J.,Sakamoto,K.,David-Gray,Z.K.,Foster,R.G. (2003)
Teleost multiple tissue (tmt) opsin: a candidate photopigment regulating the peripheral clocks of zebrafish?
Molecular Brain Research 112:135-145
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Tamai,T.K.,Vardhanabhuti,V.,Arthur,S.,Foulkes,N.S.,Whitmore,D. (2003)
Flies and fish: birds of a feather
Journal of Neuroendocrinology 15:344-349
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Kilian,B., Mansukoski,H., Carreira-Barbosa,F., Ulrich,F., Tada,M., Heisenberg,C-P. (2003)
The role of Ppt/Wnt5 in regulating cell shape and movement during zebrafish gastrulation.
Mechanisms of Development 120:467-476
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