ZFIN ID: ZDB-LAB-080521-1
Fish Reproduction
PI/Director: Levavi-Sivan, Berta
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Email: sivan@agri.huji.ac.il
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Phone: 972-8-9489988
Fax: 972-8-9465763
Line Designation: hjr


GENOMIC FEATURES ORIGINATING FROM THIS LAB
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STATEMENT OF RESEARCH INTERESTS


LAB MEMBERS
Palevitch, Ori Post-Doc Biran, Jacob Graduate Student Bloch, Corinne Graduate Student
Golan, Matan Graduate Student Hagiladi, Inbal Graduate Student Shapira, Binyamin Graduate Student
Vaiman, Rima Technical Staff


ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS OF LAB MEMBERS
Marvel, M., Levavi-Sivan, B., Wong, T.T., Zmora, N., Zohar, Y. (2021) Gnrh2 maintains reproduction in fasting zebrafish through dynamic neuronal projection changes and regulation of gonadotropin synthesis, oogenesis, and reproductive behaviors. Scientific Reports. 11:6657
Atre, I., Mizrahi, N., Hausken, K., Yom-Din, S., Hurvitz, A., Degani, G., Levavi-Sivan, B. (2020) Molecular characterization of kisspeptin receptors and gene expression analysis during oogenesis in the russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii). General and comparative endocrinology. 302:113691
Biran, J., Gliksberg, M., Shirat, I., Swaminathan, A., Levitas-Djerbi, T., Appelbaum, L., Levkowitz, G. (2020) Splice-specific deficiency of the PTSD-associated gene PAC1 leads to a paradoxical age-dependent stress behavior. Scientific Reports. 10:9559
Segev-Hadar, A., Alupo, G., Tal, K., Nitzan, T., Biran, J. (2020) Identification and Characterization of a Non-muscular Myostatin in the Nile Tilapia. Frontiers in endocrinology. 11:94
Denichenko, P., Mogilevsky, M., Cléry, A., Welte, T., Biran, J., Shimshon, O., Barnabas, G.D., Danan-Gotthold, M., Kumar, S., Yavin, E., Levanon, E.Y., Allain, F.H., Geiger, T., Levkowitz, G., Karni, R. (2019) Specific inhibition of splicing factor activity by decoy RNA oligonucleotides. Nature communications. 10:1590
Anbalagan, S., Gordon, L., Blechman, J., Matsuoka, R.L., Rajamannar, P., Wircer, E., Biran, J., Reuveny, A., Leshkowitz, D., Stainier, D.Y.R., Levkowitz, G. (2018) Pituicyte Cues Regulate the Development of Permeable Neuro-Vascular Interfaces. Developmental Cell. 47(6):711-726.e5
Hollander-Cohen, L., Golan, M., Aizen, J., Shpilman, M., Levavi-Sivan, B. (2017) Characterization of Carp Gonadotropins: Structure, Annual Profile, and Carp and Zebrafish Pituitary Topographic Organization. General and comparative endocrinology. 264:28-38
Spicer, O.S., Zmora, N., Wong, T.T., Golan, M., Levavi-Sivan, B., Gothilf, Y., Zohar, Y. (2017) The GNIH (Lpxrfa) system's regulation of reproduction in the brain-pituitary axis of the zebrafish (Danio rerio). Biology of reproduction. 96(5):1031-1042
Golan, M., Martin, A.O., Mollard, P., Levavi-Sivan, B. (2016) Anatomical and functional gonadotrope networks in the teleost pituitary. Scientific Reports. 6:23777
Biran, J., Levkowitz, G. (2016) Zebrafish Reel in Phenotypic Suppressors of Autism. Neuron. 89:673-675
Golan, M., Zelinger, E., Zohar, Y., Levavi-Sivan, B. (2015) Architecture of GnRH-Gonadotrope-Vasculature Reveals a Dual Mode of Gonadotropin Regulation in Fish. Endocrinology. 156(11):4163-73
Biran, J., Tahor, M., Wircer, E., Levkowitz, G. (2015) Role of developmental factors in hypothalamic function. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 9:47
Golan, M., Biran, J., Levavi-Sivan, B. (2014) A novel model for development, organization, and function of gonadotropes in fish pituitary. Frontiers in endocrinology. 5:182
Zmora, N., Stubblefield, J., Golan, M., Servili, A., Levavi-Sivan, B., and Zohar, Y. (2014) The Medio-Basal Hypothalamus as a Dynamic and Plastic Reproduction-Related Kisspeptin-gnrh-Pituitary Center in Fish. Endocrinology. 155(5):1874-86
Biran, J., Palevitch, O., Ben-Dor, S., and Levavi-Sivan, B. (2012) Neurokinin Bs and neurokinin B receptors in zebrafish-potential role in controlling fish reproduction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109(26):10269-10274
Levi, L., Ziv, T., Admon, A., Levavi-Sivan, B., and Lubzens, E. (2012) Insight into molecular pathways of retinal metabolism, associated with vitellogenesis in zebrafish. American journal of physiology. Endocrinology and metabolism. 302(6):E626-644
Levavi-Sivan, B., Bogerd, J., Mañanós, E.L., Gómez, A., and Lareyre, J.J. (2010) Perspectives on fish gonadotropins and their receptors. General and comparative endocrinology. 165(3):412-437
Palevitch, O., Abraham, E., Borodovsky, N., Levkowitz, G., Zohar, Y., and Gothilf, Y. (2010) Cxcl12a-Cxcr4b signaling is important for proper development of the forebrain GnRH system in zebrafish. General and comparative endocrinology. 165(2):262-268
Abraham, E., Palevitch, O., Gothilf, Y., and Zohar, Y. (2010) Targeted Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone-3 Neuron Ablation in Zebrafish: Effects on Neurogenesis, Neuronal Migration, and Reproduction. Endocrinology. 151(1):332-340
Abraham, E., Palevitch, O., Gothilf, Y., and Zohar, Y. (2009) The zebrafish as a model system for forebrain GnRH neuronal development. General and comparative endocrinology. 164(2-3):151-160
Levi, L., Pekarski, I., Gutman, E., Fortina, P., Hyslop, T., Biran, J., Levavi-Sivan, B., and Lubzens, E. (2009) Revealing genes associated with vitellogenesis in the liver of the zebrafish (Danio rerio) by transcriptome profiling. BMC Genomics. 10:141
Palevitch, O., Abraham, E., Borodovsky, N., Levkowitz, G., Zohar, Y., and Gothilf, Y. (2009) Nasal embryonic LHRH factor plays a role in the developmental migration and projection of gonadotropin-releasing hormone 3 neurons in zebrafish. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 238(1):66-75
Biran, J., Ben-Dor, S., and Levavi-Sivan, B. (2008) Molecular Identification and Functional Characterization of the Kisspeptin/Kisspeptin Receptor System in Lower Vertebrates. Biology of reproduction. 79(4):776-786
Palevitch, O., Kight, K., Abraham, E., Wray, S., Zohar, Y., and Gothilf, Y. (2007) Ontogeny of the GnRH systems in zebrafish brain: in situ hybridization and promoter-reporter expression analyses in intact animals. Cell and tissue research. 327(2):313-322