ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-011121-2
Guillemin, Karen
Email: guillemin@molbio.uoregon.edu
URL: http://morel.uoregon.edu/facres/guillemin.html
Affiliation: Guillemin Lab
Address: Institute of Molecular Biology 1229 University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403-1229 USA
Country: United States
Phone: (541) 346-5360 (office); (541) 346-5999 (lab)
Fax: (541) 346-5891
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
Colonization by bacteria is an important event in normal development and is required for maturation of the gastrointestinal tract, the immune system, and for establishment of proper digestive physiology. We are interested in investigating the role of the commensal flora in zebrafish development by examining the developmental programs of animals grown axenically or with defined flora.


PUBLICATIONS
Stagaman, K., Burns, A.R., Guillemin, K., Bohannan, B.J. (2017) The role of adaptive immunity as an ecological filter on the gut microbiota in zebrafish. The ISME Journal. 11:1630-1639
Melancon, E., Gomez De La Torre Canny, S., Sichel, S., Kelly, M., Wiles, T.J., Rawls, J.F., Eisen, J.S., Guillemin, K. (2017) Best practices for germ-free derivation and gnotobiotic zebrafish husbandry. Methods in cell biology. 138:61-100
Hill, J.H., Franzosa, E.A., Huttenhower, C., Guillemin, K. (2016) A conserved bacterial protein induces pancreatic beta cell expansion during zebrafish development. eLIFE. 5
Burns, A.R., Zac Stephens, W., Stagaman, K., Wong, S., Rawls, J.F., Guillemin, K., Bohannan, B.J. (2016) Contribution of neutral processes to the assembly of gut microbial communities in the zebrafish over host development. The ISME Journal. 10(3):655-64
Zac Stephens, W., Burns, A.R., Stagaman, K., Wong, S., Rawls, J.F., Guillemin, K., Bohannan, B.J. (2016) The composition of the zebrafish intestinal microbial community varies across development. The ISME Journal. 10(3):644-54
Rolig, A.S., Parthasarathy, R., Burns, A.R., Bohannan, B.J., Guillemin, K. (2015) Individual Members of the Microbiota Disproportionately Modulate Host Innate Immune Responses. Cell Host & Microbe. 18:613-20
Stephens, W.Z., Wiles, T.J., Martinez, E.S., Jemielita, M., Burns, A.R., Parthasarathy, R., Bohannan, B.J., Guillemin, K. (2015) Identification of Population Bottlenecks and Colonization Factors during Assembly of Bacterial Communities within the Zebrafish Intestine. mBio. 6(6):e01163-15
Wong, S., Stephens, W.Z., Burns, A.R., Stagaman, K., David, L.A., Bohannan, B.J., Guillemin, K., Rawls, J.F. (2015) Ontogenetic Differences in Dietary Fat Influence Microbiota Assembly in the Zebrafish Gut. mBio. 6(5):e00687-15
Yang, Y., Millán, J.L., Mecsas, J., Guillemin, K. (2015) Intestinal alkaline phosphatase deficiency leads to lipopolysaccharide desensitization and faster weight gain. Infection and Immunity. 83(1):247-58
Jemielita, M., Taormina, M.J., Burns, A.R., Hampton, J.S., Rolig, A.S., Guillemin, K., Parthasarathy, R. (2014) Spatial and Temporal Features of the Growth of a Bacterial Species Colonizing the Zebrafish Gut. mBio. 5(6):1698-710
Paquette, C.E., Kent, M.L., Buchner, C., Tanguay, R.L., Guillemin, K., Mason, T.J., and Peterson, T.S. (2013) A Retrospective Study of the Prevalence and Classification of Intestinal Neoplasia in Zebrafish (Danio rerio). Zebrafish. 10(2):228-36
Neal, J.T., Peterson, T.S., Kent, M.L., and Guillemin, K. (2013) H. pylori Virulence Factor CagA Increases Intestinal Cell Proliferation by Wnt Pathway Activation in a Transgenic Zebrafish Model. Disease models & mechanisms. 6(3):802-10
Yang, Y., Wandler, A.M., Postlethwait, J.H., and Guillemin, K. (2012) Dynamic Evolution of the LPS-Detoxifying Enzyme Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase in Zebrafish and Other Vertebrates. Frontiers in Molecular Innate Immunity. 3:314
Taormina, M.J., Jemielita, M., Stephens, W.Z., Burns, A.R., Troll, J.V., Parthasarathy, R., and Guillemin, K. (2012) Investigating bacterial-animal symbioses with light sheet microscopy. The Biological bulletin. 223(1):7-20
Roeselers, G., Mittge, E.K., Stephens, W.Z., Parichy, D.M., Cavanaugh, C.M., Guillemin, K., and Rawls, J.F. (2011) Evidence for a core gut microbiota in the zebrafish. The ISME Journal. 5(10):1595-608
Cheesman, S.E., Neal, J.T., Mittge, E., Seredick, B.M., and Guillemin, K. (2011) Epithelial cell proliferation in the developing zebrafish intestine is regulated by the Wnt pathway and microbial signaling via Myd88. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 108(Suppl 1):4570-4577
Milligan-Myhre, K., Charette, J.R., Phennicie, R.T., Stephens, W.Z., Rawls, J.F., Guillemin, K., and Kim, C.H. (2011) Study of host-microbe interactions in zebrafish. Meth. Cell. Biol.. 105:87-116
Bates, J.M., Akerlund, J., Mittge, E., and Guillemin, K. (2007) Intestinal alkaline phosphatase detoxifies lipopolysaccharide and prevents inflammation in zebrafish in response to the gut microbiota. Cell Host & Microbe. 2(6):371-382
Baden, K.N., Murray, J., Capaldi, R.A., and Guillemin, K. (2007) Early developmental pathology due to cytochrome c oxidase deficiency is revealed by a new zebrafish model. The Journal of biological chemistry. 282(48):34839-34849
Cheesman, S.E., and Guillemin, K. (2007) We know you are in there: Conversing with the indigenous gut microbiota. Research in Microbiology. 158(1):2-9
Bates, J.M., Mittge, E., Kuhlman, J., Baden, K.N., Cheesman, S.E., and Guillemin, K. (2006) Distinct signals from the microbiota promote different aspects of zebrafish gut differentiation. Developmental Biology. 297(2):374-386

NON-ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS
Guillemin, K., Williams, T., and Krasnow, M.A. (2001) A Nuclear Lamin is Required for Cytoplasmic Organization and Egg Polarity in Drosophila. Nature Cell Biology, Nature Cell Biology 9:848-51.

Guillemin, K., Salama, N., McDaniel, T. K., Sherlock, G, Tompkins, L and Falkow, S. (2000) A Whole Genome Microarray Reveals Genetic Diversity Among Helicobacter Pylori Strains. PNAS 97: 14668-14673.

Guillemin, K. and Krasnow, M. A. (1997) The Hypoxic Response: Huffing and HIFing. Cell 89: 9-12.

Guillemin, K., Groppe, J., Dücker, K., Treisman, R., Hafen, E., Affolter, M. and Krasnow, M. A. (1996) The pruned gene encodes the Drosophila serum response factor and regulates cytoplasmic outgrowth during terminal branching of the tracheal system. Development 122(5): 1353-1362.