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ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-021112-1
Smolowitz, Roxanna
Email: rsmolowitz@neaq.org
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Address: Marine Biological Laboratory 7 MBL Street Woods Hole, MA 02543 USA
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Phone: (508) 289-7400
Fax: (508) 289-7900
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
Laboratory animal veterinarian/pathologist for fish, invertebrates, mice and rats.


PUBLICATIONS
Williams, L.M., Timme-Laragy, A.R., Goldstone, J.V., McArthur, A.G., Stegeman, J.J., Smolowitz, R.M., and Hahn, M.E. (2013) Developmental expression of the Nfe2-related factor (Nrf) transcription factor family in the zebrafish, Danio rerio. PLoS One. 8(10):e79574
Smolowitz, R., Hanley, J., and Richmond, H. (2002) A three-year retrospective study of abdominal tumors in zebrafish maintained in an aquatic laboratory animal facility. The Biological bulletin. 203(2):265-266
Astrofsky, K.M., Schrenzel, M.D., Bullis, R.A., Smolowitz, R.M., and Fox, J.G. (2000) Diagnosis and management of atypical Mycobacterium spp. infections in established laboratory zebrafish (Brachydanio rerio) facilities. Laboratory animal science. 50(6):666-672
Mizell, M., Stegeman, J.J., Romig, E., Smolowitz, R., Schlezinger, J., Katayani, R., Woodin, B., Mortensen, M. (1996) Chemically Induced Cardiovascular Defects in Developmental Stages of Vertebrates: Dose-Response and Phenotypic Comparisons in Medaka and Zebrafish Exposed to Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Agonists. The Biological bulletin. 191:294-295
Mizell, M., Romig, E., Stegeman, J., Smolowitz, R., and Katayani-R (1996) Zebrafish embryo monitoring of the aquatic environment: dose-response synergism revealed in combinations of pollutant chemical mixtures. The Biological bulletin. 191(2):292-294
Mizell, M., Stegeman, J.J., Romig, E., Smolowitz, R., Schlezinger, J., Katayani, R., Woodin, B., and Mortensen, M. (1996) Chemically induced cardiovascular defects in developmental states of vertebrates: dose-response and phenotypic comparisons in medaka and zebrafish exposed to aryl hydrocarbon receptor agonists. The Biological bulletin. 191(2):294-295

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