ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-000330-9
Mayer, Alan
Email: alanmayer@mac.com
Affiliation: Mayer Lab
Address: Cardiovascular Research Center Massachusetts General Hospital Mailcode 1494100 149 13th Street, 4th Floor Charlestown, MA 02129 USA
Phone: (617) 726-6901
Fax: (617) 726-5806


Marshall, K.E., Tomasini, A.J., Makky, K., Kumar, S.N., and Mayer, A.N. (2010) Dynamic Lkb1-TORC1 signaling as a possible mechanism for regulating the endoderm-intestine transition. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 239(11):3000-3012
Tomasini, A.J., Schuler, A.D., Zebala, J.A., and Mayer, A.N. (2009) Photomorphs: A novel light-activated reagent for controlling gene expression in zebrafish. Genesis (New York, N.Y. : 2000). 47(11):736-743
Makky, K., Duvnjak, P., Pramanik, K., Ramchandran, R., and Mayer, A.N. (2008) A Whole-Animal Microplate Assay for Metabolic Rate Using Zebrafish. Journal of Biomolecular Screening. 13(10):960-967
Venkatasubramani, N., and Mayer, A.N. (2008) A Zebrafish Model for the Shwachman-Diamond Syndrome (SDS). Pediatric Research. 63(4):348-352
Makky, K., Tekiela, J., and Mayer, A.N. (2007) Target of rapamycin (TOR) signaling controls epithelial morphogenesis in the vertebrate intestine. Developmental Biology. 303(2):501-513
Mayer, A.N. and Fishman, M.C. (2003) nil per os encodes a conserved RNA recognition motif protein required for morphogenesis and cytodifferentiation of digestive organs in zebrafish. Development (Cambridge, England). 130(17):3917-3928
Mayer, A.N. and Fishman, M.C. (2002) npo encodes a novel RNA-binding protein essential for cytodifferentiation of digestive organs. Gastroenterology. 122(4):A95
Chen, J.-N., van Bebber, F., Goldstein, A.M., Serluca, F.C., Jackson, D., Childs, S., Serbedzija, G., Warren, K.S., Mably, J.D., Lindahl, P., Mayer, A., Haffter, P., and Fishman, M.C. (2001) Genetic steps to organ laterality in zebrafish. Comparative and functional genomics. 2(2):60-68