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ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-030918-6
Pyati, Ujwal
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Address: Department of Biochemistry University of Washington Box 357350 Seattle, WA 98195-7350 USA
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Sorrells, S., Carbonneau, S., Harrington, E., Chen, A.T., Hast, B., Milash, B., Pyati, U., Major, M.B., Zhou, Y., Zon, L.I., Stewart, R.A., Look, A.T., and Jette, C. (2012) Ccdc94 Protects Cells from Ionizing Radiation by Inhibiting the Expression of p53. PLoS Genetics. 8(8):e1002922
Pyati, U.J., Gjini, E., Carbonneau, S., Lee, J.S., Guo, F., Jette, C.A., Kelsell, D.P., and Look, A.T. (2011) p63 Mediates an Apoptotic Response to Pharmacological and Disease-Related ER Stress in the Developing Epidermis. Developmental Cell. 21(3):492-505
Weiser, D.C., Pyati, U.J., and Kimelman, D. (2007) Gravin regulates mesodermal cell behavior changes required for axis elongation during zebrafish gastrulation. Genes & Development. 21(12):1559-1571
Pyati, U.J., Look, A.T., and Hammerschmidt, M. (2007) Zebrafish as a powerful vertebrate model system for in vivo studies of cell death. Seminars in Cancer Biology. 17(2):154-165
Pyati, U.J., Cooper, M.S., Davidson, A.J., Nechiporuk, A., and Kimelman, D. (2006) Sustained Bmp signaling is essential for cloaca development in zebrafish. Development (Cambridge, England). 133(11):2275-2284
Hogan, B.M., Layton, J.E., Pyati, U.J., Nutt, S.L., Hayman, J.W., Varma, S., Heath, J.K., Kimelman, D., and Lieschke, G.J. (2006) Specification of the Primitive Myeloid Precursor Pool Requires Signaling through Alk8 in Zebrafish. Current biology : CB. 16(5):506-511
Pyati, U.J., Webb, A.E., and Kimelman, D. (2005) Transgenic zebrafish reveal stage-specific roles for Bmp signaling in ventral and posterior mesoderm development. Development (Cambridge, England). 132(10):2333-2343
Pyati, U.J. (2005) Temporal roles of bone morphogenetic protein signaling in zebrafish posterior mesoderm development. Ph.D. Thesis. :128p

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