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Ng, Annie
Email: yeenee2000@yahoo.com
Address: Colon Molecular and Cell Biology Laboratory Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research Post Office Royal Melbourne Hospital Parkville, Victoria, 3050 Australia
Phone: 61-3-9341-3155
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zebrafish intestinal development and morphogenesis

Markmiller, S., Cloonan, N., Lardelli, R.M., Doggett, K., Keightley, M.C., Boglev, Y., Trotter, A.J., Ng, A.Y., Wilkins, S.J., Verkade, H., Ober, E.A., Field, H.A., Grimmond, S.M., Lieschke, G.J., Stainier, D.Y., and Heath, J.K. (2014) Minor class splicing shapes the zebrafish transcriptome during development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111(8):3062-3067
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Ng, A.N., de Jong-Curtain, T.A., Mawdsley, D.J., White, S.J., Shin, J., Appel, B., Dong, P.D., Stainier, D.Y., and Heath, J.K. (2005) Formation of the digestive system in zebrafish: III. Intestinal epithelium morphogenesis. Developmental Biology. 286(1):114-135

A.Y.N Ng, P. Waring, S. Ristevski, C. Wang, T. Wilson, M. Pritchard, P. Hertzog and I. Kola (2002). Inactivation of the transcription factor elf3 leads to dysmorphogenesis and impaired differentiation of the intestinal epithelium. Gastroenterology 122, 1455-66.

R.S. Thomas, A.Y.N. Ng, M.J. Tymms, D. Wolfgang and I. Kola (2000). The ELF group of ETS-related transcription factors, ELF3 and ELF5. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 15, 123-128.

J. Zhou, A.Y.N. Ng, M.J. Tymms, L.S. Jermiin, A. Seth, R.S. Thomas and I. Kola (1998). A novel transcription factor, ELF5, belongs to the ELF subfamily of ETS genes and maps to human chromosome 1p36.31, a region subject to LOH and rearrangement in human carcinoma cell lines. Oncogene 17, 2719-2732.

A.Y.N. Ng, M.J. Tymms, R.S. Thomas, B.C. Schutte, J. Zhou, H.J. Eyre, G.R. Sutherland, A. Seth, M. Rosenberg, T. Papas, C. Debouck and I. Kola (1997). A novel epithelial-expressed ETS gene, ELF3: human and murine cDNA sequences, murine genomic organisation, human mapping to 1q32.2 and expression in tissues and cancer. Oncogene 15, 2449-2462.

A.Y.N. Ng, C.K. Blomstedt, R. Gianello, J.D. Hamill, A.D. Neale and D.F. Gaff (1996). Isolation and characterisation of a lowly expressed cDNA from the resurrection grass Sporobolus stapfianus with homology to eukaryote sulfate transporter proteins. Plant Physiology 111, 651-654.