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Rohner, Nicolas
Email: nro@stowers.org
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Affiliation: Rohner Lab
Address: Stowers Institute for Medical Research 1000 E 50th Street, Kansas City, MO 64110
Country: United States
Phone: 816-926-4151
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Stahl, B.A., Peuß, R., McDole, B., Kenzior, A., Jaggard, J.B., Gaudenz, K., Krishnan, J., McGaugh, S.E., Duboue, E.R., Keene, A.C., Rohner, N. (2019) Stable transgenesis in Astyanax mexicanus using the Tol2 transposase system. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 248(8):679-687
Krishnan, J., Rohner, N. (2018) Sweet Fish. Fish Models for the Study of Hyperglycemia and Diabetes. Journal of diabetes. 11(3):193-203
Riddle, M.R., Aspiras, A.C., Gaudenz, K., Peuß, R., Sung, J.Y., Martineau, B., Peavey, M., Box, A.C., Tabin, J.A., McGaugh, S., Borowsky, R., Tabin, C.J., Rohner, N. (2018) Insulin resistance in cavefish as an adaptation to a nutrient-limited environment. Nature. 555(7698):647-651
Daane, J.M., Rohner, N., Konstantinidis, P., Djuranovic, S., Harris, M.P. (2016) Parallelism and epistasis in skeletal evolution identified through use of phylogenomic mapping strategies. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 33(1):162-73
Amemiya, C.T., Alfoldi, J., Lee, A.P., Fan, S., Philippe, H., MacCallum, I., Braasch, I., Manousaki, T., Schneider, I., Rohner, N., Organ, C., Chalopin, D., Smith, J.J., Robinson, M., Dorrington, R.A., Gerdol, M., Aken, B., Biscotti, M.A., Barucca, M., Baurain, D., Berlin, A.M., Blatch, G.L., Buonocore, F., Burmester, T., Campbell, M.S., Canapa, A., Cannon, J.P., Christoffels, A., de Moro, G., Edkins, A.L., Fan, L., Fausto, A.M., Feiner, N., Forconi, M., Gamieldien, J., Gnerre, S., Gnirke, A., Goldstone, J.V., Haerty, W., Hahn, M.E., Hesse, U., Hoffmann, S., Johnson, J., Karchner, S.I., Karaku, S., Lara, M., Levin, J.Z., Litman, G.W., Mauceli, E., Miyake, T., Mueller, M.G., Nelson, D.R., Nitsche, A., Olmo, E., Ota, T., Pallavicini, A., Panji, S., Picone, B., Ponting, C.P., Prohaska, S.J., Przybylski, D., Saha, N.R., Ravi, V., Ribeiro, F.J., Sauka-Spengler, T., Scapigliati, G., Searle, S.M.J., Sharpe, T., Simakov, O., Stadler, P.F., Stegeman, J.J., Sumiyama, K., Tabbaa, D., Tafer, H., Turner-Maier, J., van Heusden, P., White, S., Williams, L., Yandell, M., Brinkmann, H., Volff, J.N., Tabin, C.J., Shubin, N., Schartl, M., Jaffe, D.B., Postlethwait, J.H., Venkatesh, B., Palma, F.D., Lander, E.S., Meyer, A., and Lindblad-Toh, K. (2013) The African coelacanth genome provides insights into tetrapod evolution. Nature. 496:311-316
Norton, W.H., Stumpenhorst, K., Faus-Kessler, T., Folchert, A., Rohner, N., Harris, M.P., Callebert, J., and Bally-Cuif, L. (2011) Modulation of Fgfr1a Signaling in Zebrafish Reveals a Genetic Basis for the Aggression-Boldness Syndrome. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. 31(39):13796-13807
Rohner, N., Perathoner, S., Frohnhöfer, H.G., and Harris, M.P. (2011) Enhancing the Efficiency of N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea-Induced Mutagenesis in the Zebrafish. Zebrafish. 8(3):119-23
Rohner, N., Bercsényi, M., Orbán, L., Kolanczyk, M.E., Linke, D., Brand, M., Nüsslein-Volhard, C., and Harris, M.P. (2009) Duplication of fgfr1 Permits Fgf Signaling to Serve as a Target for Selection during Domestication. Current biology : CB. 19(19):1642-1647
Harris, M.P., Rohner, N., Schwarz, H., Perathoner, S., Konstantinidis, P., and Nüsslein-Volhard, C. (2008) Zebrafish eda and edar mutants reveal conserved and ancestral roles of ectodysplasin signaling in vertebrates. PLoS Genetics. 4(10):e1000206

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