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ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-130826-2
Semenova, Svetlana
Email: svetlana.semenova@helsinki.fi
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Affiliation: Panula Lab
Address: Neuroscience Center University of Helsinki, Biomedicum Institute of Biomedicine/Anatomy POB 63 00014 Univ Helsinki Finland
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Phone: 358-9-191 25263
Fax: 358-9-191 25261
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Semenova, S., Rozov, S., Panula, P. (2017) Distribution, properties, and inhibitor sensitivity of zebrafish catechol-O-methyl transferases (COMT). Biochemical pharmacology. 145:147-157
Puttonen, H.A.J., Sundvik, M., Semenova, S., Shirai, Y., Chen, Y.C., Panula, P. (2017) Knock-out of histamine receptor H3 alters adaptation to sudden darkness and monoamine levels in the zebrafish. Acta physiologica (Oxford, England). 222(3)
Puttonen, H.A.J., Semenova, S., Sundvik, M., Panula, P. (2017) Storage of neural histamine and histaminergic neurotransmission is VMAT2 dependent in the zebrafish. Scientific Reports. 7:3060
Chen, Y.C., Semenova, S., Rozov, S., Sundvik, M., Bonkowsky, J.L., Panula, P. (2016) A novel developmental role for dopaminergic signaling to specify hypothalamic neurotransmitter identity. The Journal of biological chemistry. 291(42):21880-21892
Wang, H., Semenova, S., Kuusela, S., Panula, P., Lehtonen, S. (2015) Tankyrases regulate glucoregulatory mechanisms and somatic growth via the central melanocortin system in zebrafish larvae. FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 29(11):4435-48
Semenova, S.A., Chen, Y.C., Zhao, X., Rauvala, H., Panula, P. (2014) The tyrosine hydroxylase 2 (TH2) system in zebrafish brain and stress activation of hypothalamic cells. Histochemistry and cell biology. 142(6):619-33
Panula, P., Chen, Y.C., Priyadarshini, M., Kudo, S., Semenova, S., Sundvik, M., and Sallinen, V. (2010) The comparative neuroanatomy and neurochemistry of zebrafish CNS systems of relevance to human neuropsychiatric diseases. Neurobiology of disease. 40(1):46-57

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