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Stickney, Heather
Email: H.Stickney@ucl.ac.uk
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Affiliation: Steve Wilson Lab
Address: Department of Developmental Biology Stanford University School of Medicine Beckman Center B315 279 Campus Drive Stanford, CA 94305-5329 USA
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Phone: (650) 725-7448
Fax: (650) 323-4879
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PUBLICATIONS
Young, R.M., Hawkins, T.A., Cavodeassi, F., Stickney, H.L., Schwarz, Q., Lawrence, L.M., Wierzbicki, C., Cheng, B.Y., Luo, J., Ambrosio, E.M., Klosner, A., Sealy, I.M., Rowell, J., Trivedi, C.A., Bianco, I.H., Allende, M.L., Busch-Nentwich, E.M., Gestri, G., Wilson, S.W. (2019) Compensatory growth renders Tcf7l1a dispensable for eye formation despite its requirement in eye field specification. eLIFE. 8:
Valdivia, L.E., Lamb, D.B., Horner, W., Wierzbicki, C., Tafessu, A., Williams, A.M., Gestri, G., Krasnow, A.M., Vleeshouwer-Neumann, T.S., Givens, M., Young, R.M., Lawrence, L.M., Stickney, H.L., Hawkins, T.A., Schwarz, Q.P., Cavodeassi, F., Wilson, S.W., Cerveny, K.L. (2016) Antagonism between Gdf6a and retinoic acid pathways controls timing of retinal neurogenesis and growth of the eye in zebrafish. Development (Cambridge, England). 143(7):1087-98
Hüsken, U., Stickney, H.L., Gestri, G., Bianco, I.H., Faro, A., Young, R.M., Roussigne, M., Hawkins, T.A., Beretta, C.A., Brinkmann, I., Paolini, A., Jacinto, R., Albadri, S., Dreosti, E., Tsalavouta, M., Schwarz, Q., Cavodeassi, F., Barth, A.K., Wen, L., Zhang, B., Blader, P., Yaksi, E., Poggi, L., Zigman, M., Lin, S., Wilson, S.W., Carl, M. (2014) Tcf7l2 Is Required for Left-Right Asymmetric Differentiation of Habenular Neurons. Current biology : CB. 24(19):2217-27
Valdivia, L.E., Young, R.M., Hawkins, T.A., Stickney, H.L., Cavodeassi, F., Schwarz, Q., Pullin, L.M., Villegas, R., Moro, E., Argenton, F., Allende, M.L., and Wilson, S.W. (2011) Lef1-dependent Wnt/β-catenin signalling drives the proliferative engine that maintains tissue homeostasis during lateral line development. Development (Cambridge, England). 138(18):3931-3941
Bennett, J.T., Stickney, H.L., Choi, W.Y., Ciruna, B., Talbot, W.S., and Schier, A.F. (2007) Maternal nodal and zebrafish embryogenesis. Nature. 450(7167):E1-E4
Stickney, H.L., Imai, Y., Draper, B., Moens, C. and Talbot, W.S. (2007) Zebrafish bmp4 functions during late gastrulation to specify ventroposterior cell fates. Developmental Biology. 310(1):71-84
Stickney, H.L. (2006) Functional genomics and the role of BMP4 in patterning the early zebrafish embryo. Ph.D. Thesis. :142p
Norton, W.H., Mangoli, M., Lele, Z., Pogoda, H.M., Diamond, B., Mercurio, S., Russell, C., Teraoka, H., Stickney, H.L., Rauch, G.J., Heisenberg, C.P., Houart, C., Schilling, T.F., Frohnhoefer, H.G., Rastegar, S., Neumann, C.J., Gardiner, R.M., Strähle, U., Geisler, R., Rees, M., Talbot, W.S., and Wilson, S.W. (2005) Monorail/Foxa2 regulates floorplate differentiation and specification of oligodendrocytes, serotonergic raphe neurones and cranial motoneurones. Development (Cambridge, England). 132(4):645-658
Lee, J.S., von der Hardt, S., Rusch, M.A., Stringer, S.E., Stickney, H.L., Talbot, W.S., Geisler, R., Nüsslein-Volhard, C., Selleck, S.B., Chien, C.B., and Roehl, H. (2004) Axon Sorting in the Optic Tract Requires HSPG Synthesis by ext2 (dackel) and extl3 (boxer). Neuron. 44(6):947-960
Stickney, H.L., Schmutz, J., Woods, I.G., Holtzer, C.C., Dickson, M.C., Kelly, P.D., Myers, R.M., and Talbot, W.S. (2002) Rapid mapping of zebrafish mutations with SNPs and oligonucleotide microarrays. Genome research. 12(12):1929-1934
Stickney, H.L., Barresi, M.J.F., and Devoto, S.H. (2000) Somite development in zebrafish. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 219(3):287-303
Barresi, M.J., Stickney, H.L., and Devoto, S.H. (2000) The zebrafish slow-muscle-omitted gene product is required for Hedgehog signal transduction and the development of slow muscle identity. Development (Cambridge, England). 127(10):2189-2199

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