ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-050910-4
Mittge, Erika K.
Email: emittge@uoregon.edu
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Affiliation: Guillemin Lab
Address: Institute of Molecular Biology 1229 University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403-1229 USA
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Phone: 541-346-5999
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Burns, A.R., Watral, V., Sichel, S., Spagnoli, S., Banse, A.V., Mittge, E., Sharpton, T.J., Guillemin, K., Kent, M.L. (2017) Transmission of a common intestinal neoplasm in zebrafish by cohabitation. Journal of fish diseases. 41(4):569-579
Rolig, A.S., Mittge, E.K., Ganz, J., Troll, J.V., Melancon, E., Wiles, T.J., Alligood, K., Stephens, W.Z., Eisen, J.S., Guillemin, K. (2017) The enteric nervous system promotes intestinal health by constraining microbiota composition. PLoS Biology. 15:e2000689
Mason, T., Snell, K., Mittge, E., Melancon, E., Montgomery, R., McFadden, M., Camoriano, J., Kent, M.L., Whipps, C.M., Peirce, J. (2016) Strategies to Mitigate a Mycobacterium marinum Outbreak in a Zebrafish Research Facility. Zebrafish. 13 Suppl 1:S77-87
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
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
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