ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-020813-1
Rubinstein, Amy
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URL: http://www.zygogen.com
Affiliation: Zygogen Research Department
Address: Zygogen 520 Kell Hall 24 Peachtree Center Avenue Atlanta, GA 30303 USA
Country: United States
Phone: (404) 523-7309
Fax: (404) 523-5974
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Eimon, P.M., and Rubinstein, A.L. (2009) The use of in vivo zebrafish assays in drug toxicity screening. Expert opinion on drug metabolism & toxicology. 5(4):393-401
Hama, K., Provost, E., Baranowski, T.C., Rubinstein, A.L., Anderson, J.L., Leach, S.D., and Farber, S.A. (2009) In vivo imaging of zebrafish digestive organ function using multiple quenched fluorescent reporters. American journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal and liver physiology. 296(2):G445-G453
Tran, T.C., Sneed, B., Haider, J., Blavo, D., White, A., Aiyejorun, T., Baranowski, T.C., Rubinstein, A.L., Doan, T.N., Dingledine, R., and Sandberg, E.M. (2007) Automated, quantitative screening assay for antiangiogenic compounds using transgenic zebrafish. Cancer research. 67(23):11386-11392
Rubinstein, A.L. (2006) Zebrafish assays for drug toxicity screening. Expert opinion on drug metabolism & toxicology. 2(2):231-40
McKinley, E.T., Baranowski, T.C., Blavo, D.O., Cato, C., Doan, T.N., and Rubinstein, A.L. (2005) Neuroprotection of MPTP-induced toxicity in zebrafish dopaminergic neurons. Brain research. Molecular brain research. 141(2):128-137
Cross, L.M., Cook, M.A., Lin, S., Chen, J.N., and Rubinstein, A.L. (2003) Rapid analysis of angiogenesis drugs in a live fluorescent zebrafish assay. Arterioscler. Thromb. Vasc. Biol.. 23(5):911-912
Rubinstein, A.L. (2003) Zebrafish: from disease modeling to drug discovery. Curr. Opin. Drug Discov. Devel.. 6(2):218-223
Liang, J.O. and Rubinstein, A.L. (2003) Patterning of the zebrafish embryo by nodal signals. Current topics in developmental biology. 55:143-171
Liang, J.O., Etheridge, A., Hantsoo, L., Rubinstein, A.L., Nowak, S.J., Izpis├║a Belmonte, J.C., and Halpern, M.E. (2000) Asymmetric Nodal signaling in the zebrafish diencephalon positions the pineal organ. Development (Cambridge, England). 127(23):5101-5112
Rubinstein, A.L., Lee, D., Luo, R., Henion, P.D., and Halpern, M.E. (2000) Genes dependent on zebrafish cyclops function identified by AFLP differential gene expression screen. Genesis (New York, N.Y. : 2000). 26(1):86-97
Sampath, K., Rubinstein, A.L., Cheng, A.H.S., Liang, J.O., Fekany, K., Solnica-Krezel, L., Korzh, V., Halpern, M.E., and Wright, C.V.E. (1998) Induction of the zebrafish ventral brain and floorplate requires cyclops/nodal signalling. Nature. 395:185-189

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