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Fahrenkrug, Scott C.
Email: fahre001@umn.edu
URL: http://www.ansci.umn.edu/faculty/fahrenkrug.htm
Address: Department of Animal Science University of Minnesota 495B Animal Science/Veterinary Medicine 1988 Fitch Avenue St. Paul, MN 55108 USA
Phone: (612) 624-7216
Fax: (612) 625-2743
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Bedell, V.M., Wang, Y., Campbell, J.M., Poshusta, T.L., Starker, C.G., Krug, R.G., Tan, W., Penheiter, S.G., Ma, A.C., Leung, A.Y., Fahrenkrug, S.C., Carlson, D.F., Voytas, D.F., Clark, K.J., Essner, J.J., and Ekker, S.C. (2012) In vivo genome editing using a high-efficiency TALEN system. Nature. 491(7422):114-118
Robalino, J., Joshi, B., Fahrenkrug, S.C., and Jagus, R. (2004) Two zebrafish eIF4E family members are differentially expressed and functionally divergent. The Journal of biological chemistry. 279(11):10532-10541
Fahrenkrug, S.C., Joshi, B., Hackett, P.B., Jr., and Jagus, R. (2000) Alternative transcriptional initiation and splicing define the translational efficiencies of zebrafish mRNAs encoding eukaryotic initiation factor 4E. Differentiation; research in biological diversity. 66(1):15-22
Fahrenkrug, S.C., Dahlquist, M.O., Clark, K.J., and Hackett, P.B. (1999) Dynamic and tissue-specific expression of elF4E during zebrafish embryogenesis. Differentiation; research in biological diversity. 65(4):191-201
Fahrenkrug, S.C., Clark, K., Dahlquist, M.O., and Hackett, P.B. (1999) Dicistronic gene expression in developing zebrafish. Marine biotechnology (New York, N.Y.). 1(6):552-561
Essner, J.J., Breuer, J.J., Essner, R.D., Fahrenkrug, S.C., and Hackett, P.B., Jr. (1997) The zebrafish thyroid hormone receptor alpha1 is expressed during early embryogenesis and can function in transcriptional repression. Differentiation; research in biological diversity. 62:107-117
Fahrenkrug, S.C. (1997) Organization and expression of zebrafish translation initiation factor 4E (EIF4E). Ph.D. Thesis.
Izsvák, Z., Ivics, Z., Garcia-Estefania, D., Fahrenkrug, S.C., and Hackett, P.B. (1996) DANA elements: A family of composite, tRNA-derived short interspersed DNA elements associated with mutational activities in zebrafish (Danio rerio). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 93(3):1077-1081