ZFIN ID: ZDB-LAB-090109-1
Kahana Lab
PI/Director: Kahana, Alon
Contact Person: Kahana, Alon
Email: akahana@med.umich.edu
URL: http://www.kellogg.umich.edu/bios/kahana.html
Address: Kellogg Eye Center Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences Comprehensive Cancer Center University of Michigan 1000 Wall Street Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Country: United States
Phone: 734-763-9142
Fax: 734-647-7628
Line Designation: umk

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Saera-Vila, A., Kish, P.E., Kahana, A. (2018) Autophagy in Zebrafish Extraocular Muscle Regeneration. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.).
Saera-Vila, A., Louie, K.W., Sha, C., Kelly, R.M., Kish, P.E., Kahana, A. (2018) Extraocular muscle regeneration in zebrafish requires late signals from Insulin-like growth factors. PLoS One. 13:e0192214
Louie, K.W., Saera-Vila, A., Kish, P.E., Colacino, J.A., Kahana, A. (2017) Temporally distinct transcriptional regulation of myocyte dedifferentiation and Myofiber growth during muscle regeneration. BMC Genomics. 18:854
Saera-Vila, A., Kish, P.E., Louie, K.W., Grzegorski, S.J., Klionsky, D.J., Kahana, A. (2016) Autophagy Regulates Cytoplasmic Remodeling During Cell Reprogramming in a Zebrafish Model of Muscle Regeneration. Autophagy. 12(10):1864-1875
Saera-Vila, A., Kish, P.E., Kahana, A. (2016) Fgf regulates dedifferentiation during skeletal muscle regeneration in adult zebrafish. Cellular Signalling. 28(9):1196-204
Saera-Vila, A., Kish, P.E., Kahana, A. (2015) Automated Scalable Heat Shock Modification for Standard Aquatic Housing Systems. Zebrafish. 12(4):312-4
Saera-Vila, A., Kasprick, D.S., Junttila, T.L., Grzegorski, S.J., Louie, K.W., Chiari, E.F., Kish, P.E., Kahana, A. (2015) Myocyte Dedifferentiation Drives Extraocular Muscle Regeneration in Adult Zebrafish. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 56:4977-4993
Grzegorski, S.J., Chiari, E.F., Robbins, A., Kish, P.E., Kahana, A. (2014) Natural Variability of Kozak Sequences Correlates with Function in a Zebrafish Model. PLoS One. 9:e108475
Bohnsack, B.L., and Kahana, A. (2013) Thyroid hormone and retinoic acid interact to regulate zebrafish craniofacial neural crest development. Developmental Biology. 373(2):300-309
Bohnsack, B.L., Kasprick, D.S., Kish, P.E., Goldman, D., and Kahana, A. (2012) A zebrafish model of Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome reveals that pitx2 regulation by retinoic acid is essential for ocular and craniofacial development. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 53(1):7-22
Bohnsack, B.L., Gallina, D., Thompson, H., Kasprick, D.S., Lucarelli, M.J., Dootz, G., Nelson, C., McGonnell, I.M., and Kahana, A. (2011) Development of Extraocular Muscles Require Early Signals From Periocular Neural Crest and the Developing Eye. Archives of ophthalmology (Chicago, Ill. : 1960). 129(8):1030-1041
Kish, P.E., Bohnsack, B.L., Gallina, D.D., Kasprick, D.S., and Kahana, A. (2011) The eye as an organizer of craniofacial development. Genesis (New York, N.Y. : 2000). 49(4):222-230
Bohnsack, B.L., Gallina, D., and Kahana, A. (2011) Phenothiourea Sensitizes Zebrafish Cranial Neural Crest and Extraocular Muscle Development to Changes in Retinoic Acid and IGF Signaling. PLoS One. 6(8):e22991
Kasprick, D.S., Kish, P.E., Junttila, T.L., Ward, L.A., Bohnsack, B.L., and Kahana, A. (2011) Microanatomy of adult zebrafish extraocular muscles. PLoS One. 6(11):e27095
Langenberg, T., Kahana, A., Wszalek, J.A., and Halloran, M.C. (2008) The eye organizes neural crest cell migration. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 237(6):1645-1652