ZFIN ID: ZDB-LAB-170824-2
Bohnsack Lab
PI/Director: Bohnsack, Brenda
Contact Person: Williams, Antionette
Email: roonie@med.umich.edu
URL:
Address: 1000 Wall Street, Room 255, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Country: United States
Phone: 734-763-8097
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Line Designation: umk


GENOMIC FEATURES ORIGINATING FROM THIS LAB
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STATEMENT OF RESEARCH INTERESTS


LAB MEMBERS
Eason, Jessica Research Staff Williams, Antionette Research Staff


ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS OF LAB MEMBERS
Bando, H., Gergics, P., Bohnsack, B.L., Toolan, K.P., Richter, C.E., Shavit, J.A., Camper, S.A. (2020) otx2b mutant zebrafish have pituitary, eye and mandible defects that model mammalian disease. Human molecular genetics. 29(10):1648-1657
Chawla, B., Swain, W., Williams, A.L., Bohnsack, B.L. (2018) Retinoic Acid Maintains Function of Neural Crest-Derived Ocular and Craniofacial Structures in Adult Zebrafish. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 59:1924-1935
Eason, J., Williams, A.L., Chawla, B., Apsey, C., Bohnsack, B.L. (2017) Differences in neural crest sensitivity to ethanol account for the infrequency of anterior segment defects in the eye compared with craniofacial anomalies in a zebrafish model of fetal alcohol syndrome. Birth defects research. 109(15):1212-1227
Williams, A.L., Bohnsack, B.L. (2017) Multi-Photon Time Lapse Imaging to Visualize Development in Real-time: Visualization of Migrating Neural Crest Cells in Zebrafish Embryos. Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE. (126)
Williams, A.L., Eason, J., Chawla, B., Bohnsack, B.L. (2017) Cyp1b1 Regulates Ocular Fissure Closure Through a Retinoic Acid-Independent Pathway. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 58:1084-1097
Bohnsack, B.L., and Kahana, A. (2013) Thyroid hormone and retinoic acid interact to regulate zebrafish craniofacial neural crest development. Developmental Biology. 373(2):300-309
Bohnsack, B.L., Kasprick, D.S., Kish, P.E., Goldman, D., and Kahana, A. (2012) A zebrafish model of Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome reveals that pitx2 regulation by retinoic acid is essential for ocular and craniofacial development. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 53(1):7-22
Bohnsack, B.L., Gallina, D., Thompson, H., Kasprick, D.S., Lucarelli, M.J., Dootz, G., Nelson, C., McGonnell, I.M., and Kahana, A. (2011) Development of Extraocular Muscles Require Early Signals From Periocular Neural Crest and the Developing Eye. Archives of ophthalmology (Chicago, Ill. : 1960). 129(8):1030-1041
Kish, P.E., Bohnsack, B.L., Gallina, D.D., Kasprick, D.S., and Kahana, A. (2011) The eye as an organizer of craniofacial development. Genesis (New York, N.Y. : 2000). 49(4):222-230
Bohnsack, B.L., Gallina, D., and Kahana, A. (2011) Phenothiourea Sensitizes Zebrafish Cranial Neural Crest and Extraocular Muscle Development to Changes in Retinoic Acid and IGF Signaling. PLoS One. 6(8):e22991
Kasprick, D.S., Kish, P.E., Junttila, T.L., Ward, L.A., Bohnsack, B.L., and Kahana, A. (2011) Microanatomy of adult zebrafish extraocular muscles. PLoS One. 6(11):e27095