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Mulligan, Tim
Email: mulligan@ciwemb.edu
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Affiliation: Mumm Lab
Address: Carnegie Institution Department of Embryology 3520 San Martin Drive Baltimore, MD 21218 USA
Country: United States
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PUBLICATIONS
Unal Eroglu, A., Mulligan, T.S., Zhang, L., White, D.T., Sengupta, S., Nie, C., Lu, N.Y., Qian, J., Xu, L., Pei, W., Burgess, S.M., Saxena, M.T., Mumm, J.S. (2018) Multiplexed CRISPR/Cas9 Targeting of Genes Implicated in Retinal Regeneration and Degeneration. Frontiers in cell and developmental biology. 6:88
Anderson, J.L., Mulligan, T.S., Shen, M.C., Wang, H., Scahill, C.M., Tan, F.J., Du, S.J., Busch-Nentwich, E.M., Farber, S.A. (2017) mRNA processing in mutant zebrafish lines generated by chemical and CRISPR-mediated mutagenesis produces unexpected transcripts that escape nonsense-mediated decay. PLoS Genetics. 13:e1007105
Moore, J.C., Mulligan, T.S., Torres Yordán, N., Castranova, D., Pham, V.N., Tang, Q., Lobbardi, R., Anselmo, A., Liwski, R.S., Berman, J.N., Sadreyev, R.I., Weinstein, B.M., Langenau, D.M. (2016) T cell immune deficiency in zap70 mutant zebrafish. Molecular and cellular biology. 36(23):2868-2876
Mulligan, T.S., Weinstein, B.M. (2014) Emerging from the PAC: Studying zebrafish lymphatic development. Microvascular Research. 96:23-30
Mulligan, T., Blaser, H., Raz, E., and Farber, S.A. (2010) Prenylation-deficient G protein gamma subunits disrupt GPCR signaling in the zebrafish. Cellular Signalling. 22(2):221-233
Mulligan, T.S., and Farber, S.A. (2005) A "Block and Rescue" Pharmacogenetic Approach to Dissecting a Biochemical Pathway Controlling Germ Cell Migration. Zebrafish. 1(4):343-347

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