ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-100805-1
Kimmel, Robin
Email: Robin.Kimmel@uibk.ac.at
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Affiliation: Dirk Meyer Lab
Address: Robin Alicia Kimmel, MD, PhD Institute for Molecular Biology Viktor Franz Hess Haus / 7th floor University Innsbruck Technikerstr. 25 A-6020 Innsbruck
Country: Austria
Phone: 43-512-507-51408
Fax: 507-51499
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
Our focus is on pancreatic islet development and use of zebrafish as a model for diabetes.


PUBLICATIONS
Freudenblum, J., Meyer, D., Kimmel, R.A. (2020) Inducible Mosaic Cell Labeling Provides Insights Into Pancreatic Islet Morphogenesis. Frontiers in cell and developmental biology. 8:586651
Ali, Z., Zang, J., Lagali, N., Schmitner, N., Salvenmoser, W., Mukwaya, A., Neuhauss, S.C.F., Jensen, L.D., Kimmel, R.A. (2020) Photoreceptor Degeneration Accompanies Vascular Changes in a Zebrafish Model of Diabetic Retinopathy. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 61:43
Fischer, P., Chen, H., Pacho, F., Rieder, D., Kimmel, R.A., Meyer, D. (2019) FoxH1 represses miR-430 during early embryonic development of zebrafish via non-canonical regulation. BMC Biology. 17:61
Freudenblum, J., Iglesias, J.A., Hermann, M., Walsen, T., Wilfinger, A., Meyer, D., Kimmel, R.A. (2018) In vivo imaging of emerging endocrine cells reveals a requirement for PI3K-regulated motility in pancreatic islet morphogenesis.. Development (Cambridge, England). 145(3)
Li, J., Casteels, T., Frogne, T., Ingvorsen, C., Honoré, C., Courtney, M., Huber, K.V., Schmitner, N., Kimmel, R.A., Romanov, R.A., Sturtzel, C., Lardeau, C.H., Klughammer, J., Farlik, M., Sdelci, S., Vieira, A., Avolio, F., Briand, F., Baburin, I., Májek, P., Pauler, F.M., Penz, T., Stukalov, A., Gridling, M., Parapatics, K., Barbieux, C., Berishvili, E., Spittler, A., Colinge, J., Bennett, K.L., Hering, S., Sulpice, T., Bock, C., Distel, M., Harkany, T., Meyer, D., Superti-Furga, G., Collombat, P., Hecksher-Sørensen, J., Kubicek, S. (2017) Artemisinins Target GABAA Receptor Signaling and Impair α Cell Identity.. Cell. 168(1-2):86-100.e15
Kimmel, R.A., Meyer, D. (2016) Zebrafish pancreas as a model for development and disease. Methods in cell biology. 134:431-61
Kimmel, R.A., Dobler, S., Schmitner, N., Walsen, T., Freudenblum, J., Meyer, D. (2015) Diabetic pdx1-mutant zebrafish show conserved responses to nutrient overload and anti-glycemic treatment. Scientific Reports. 5:14241
Kimmel, R.A., Onder, L., Wilfinger, A., Ellertsdottir, E., and Meyer, D. (2011) Requirement for Pdx1 in specification of latent endocrine progenitors in zebrafish. BMC Biology. 9(1):75
Kimmel, R.A., and Meyer, D. (2010) Chapter 10 - Molecular regulation of pancreas development in zebrafish. Methods in cell biology. 100:261-280

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