ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-080123-1
Perkins, Andrew
Email: a.perkins@imb.uq.edu.au
URL: http://www.imb.uq.edu.au/index.html?page=14307&pid=11672
Affiliation: Andrew Perkins Lab
Address: Institute for Molecular Bioscience University of Queensland Carmody Rd Queensland Brisbane, 4072 Australia
Country: Australia
Phone: 61 7 33462077
Fax: 61 7 33462101


Lu, H., Galeano, M.C.R., Ott, E., Kaeslin, G., Kausalya, P.J., Kramer, C., Ortiz-Brüchle, N., Hilger, N., Metzis, V., Hiersche, M., Tay, S.Y., Tunningley, R., Vij, S., Courtney, A.D., Whittle, B., Wühl, E., Vester, U., Hartleben, B., Neuber, S., Frank, V., Little, M.H., Epting, D., Papathanasiou, P., Perkins, A.C., Wright, G.D., Hunziker, W., Gee, H.Y., Otto, E.A., Zerres, K., Hildebrandt, F., Roy, S., Wicking, C., Bergmann, C. (2017) Mutations in DZIP1L, which encodes a ciliary-transition-zone protein, cause autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease. Nature Genetics. 49:1025–1034
Kovacevic, I., Hu, J., Siehoff-Icking, A., Opitz, N., Griffin, A., Perkins, A.C., Munn, A.L., Müller-Esterl, W., Popp, R., Fleming, I., Jungblut, B., Hoffmeister, M., and Oess, S. (2012) The F-BAR protein NOSTRIN participates in FGF signal transduction and vascular development. The EMBO journal. 31(15):3309-3322
Amaral, P.P., Neyt, C., Wilkins, S.J., Askarian-Amiri, M.E., Sunkin, S.M., Perkins, A.C., and Mattick, J.S. (2009) Complex architecture and regulated expression of the Sox2ot locus during vertebrate development. RNA (New York, N.Y.). 15(11):2013-2027
Kassahn, K.S., Dang, V.T., Wilkins, S.J., Perkins, A.C., and Ragan, M.A. (2009) Evolution of gene function and regulatory control after whole-genome duplication: Comparative analyses in vertebrates. Genome research. 19(8):1404-1418
Gardiner, M.R., Gongora, M.M., Grimmond, S.M., and Perkins, A.C. (2007) A global role for zebrafish klf4 in embryonic erythropoiesis. Mechanisms of Development. 124(9-10):762-774
Kinna, G., Kolle, G., Carter, A., Key, B., Lieschke, G.J., Perkins, A., and Little, M.H. (2006) Knockdown of zebrafish crim1 results in a bent tail phenotype with defects in somite and vascular development. Mechanisms of Development. 123(4):277-287
Gardiner, M.R., Daggett, D.F., Zon, L.I., and Perkins, A.C. (2005) Zebrafish KLF4 is essential for anterior mesendoderm/pre-polster differentiation and hatching. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 234(4):992-996