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Humbert, Jasper
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URL: http://www.biology.uiowa.edu/
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Address: Department of Biological Sciences University of Iowa 135 Biology Building Iowa City, IA 52242 USA
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Phone: (319) 335-3997
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Leung, T., Humbert, J.E., Stauffer, A.M., Giger, K.E., Chen, H., Tsai, H.J., Wang, C., Mirshahi, T., and Robishaw, J.D. (2008) The orphan G protein-coupled receptor 161 is required for left-right patterning. Developmental Biology. 323(1):31-40
Chen, H., Leung, T., Giger, K.E., Stauffer, A.M., Humbert, J.E., Sinha, S., Horstick, E.J., Hansen, C.A., and Robishaw, J.D. (2007) Expression of the G protein gammaT1 subunit during zebrafish development. Gene expression patterns : GEP. 7(5):574-583
Leung, T., Chen, H., Stauffer, A.M., Giger, K.E., Sinha, S., Horstick, E.J., Humbert, J.E., Hansen, C.A., and Robishaw, J.D. (2006) Zebrafish G protein γ2 is required for VEGF signaling during angiogenesis. Blood. 108(1):160-166
Lamason, R.L., Mohideen, M.A., Mest, J.R., Wong, A.C., Norton, H.L., Aros, M.C., Jurynec, M.J., Mao, X., Humphreville, V.R., Humbert, J.E., Sinha, S., Moore, J.L., Jagadeeswaran, P., Zhao, W., Ning, G., Makalowska, I., McKeigue, P.M., O'donnell, D., Kittles, R., Parra, E.J., Mangini, N.J., Grunwald, D.J., Shriver, M.D., Canfield, V.A., and Cheng, K.C. (2005) SLC24A5, a putative cation exchanger, affects pigmentation in zebrafish and humans. Science (New York, N.Y.). 310(5755):1782-1786
Cosma, C.L., Humbert, O., and Ramakrishnan, L. (2004) Superinfecting mycobacteria home to established tuberculous granulomas. Nature immunology. 5(8):828-835
Slusarski, D.C., Hjertos, B., and Humbert, J. (2002) Mechanisms of calcium signaling in zebrafish development. Developmental Biology. 247(2):455
Slusarski, D.C., Hjertos, B.E., Humbert, J.E., and Westfall, T. (2001) Mechanisms of non-canonical Wnt (Wnt-5A and Wnt-11) signaling in zebrafish. Molecular biology of the cell. (Suppl.) 12:1305

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