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Clevers, Hans
Email: clevers@niob.knaw.nl
URL: http://www.niob.knaw.nl/
Affiliation: Clevers Lab
Address: Hubrecht Laboratory Netherlands Institute for Developmental Biology Uppsalalaan 8 Utrecht, 3584CT Netherlands
Country: Netherlands
Phone: 31-30-2507675
Fax: 31-30-2516464
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PUBLICATIONS
Harris, A., Siggers, P., Corrochano, S., Warr, N., Sagar, D., Grimes, D.T., Suzuki, M., Burdine, R.D., Cong, F., Koo, B.K., Clevers, H., Stévant, I., Nef, S., Wells, S., Brauner, R., Ben Rhouma, B., Belguith, N., Eozenou, C., Bignon-Topalovic, J., Bashamboo, A., McElreavey, K., Greenfield, A. (2018) ZNRF3 functions in mammalian sex determination by inhibiting canonical WNT signaling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 115(21):5474-5479
Kaucka, M., Ivashkin, E., Gyllborg, D., Zikmund, T., Tesarova, M., Kaiser, J., Xie, M., Petersen, J., Pachnis, V., Nicolis, S.K., Yu, T., Sharpe, P., Arenas, E., Brismar, H., Blom, H., Clevers, H., Suter, U., Chagin, A.S., Fried, K., Hellander, A., Adameyko, I. (2016) Analysis of neural crest-derived clones reveals novel aspects of facial development. Science advances. 2:e1600060
van der Velden, Y.U., Wang, L., Zevenhoven, J., van Rooijen, E., van Lohuizen, M., Giles, R.H., Clevers, H., and Haramis, A.P. (2011) The serine-threonine kinase LKB1 is essential for survival under energetic stress in zebrafish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108(11):4358-4363
Mahmoudi, T., Boj, S.F., Hatzis, P., Li, V.S., Taouatas, N., Vries, R.G., Teunissen, H., Begthel, H., Korving, J., Mohammed, S., Heck, A.J., and Clevers, H. (2010) The Leukemia-Associated Mllt10/Af10-Dot1l Are Tcf4/{beta}-Catenin Coactivators Essential for Intestinal Homeostasis. PLoS Biology. 8(11):e1000539
Faro, A., Boj, S.F., and Clevers, H. (2009) Fishing for Intestinal Cancer Models: Unraveling Gastrointestinal Homeostasis and Tumorigenesis in Zebrafish. Zebrafish. 6(4):361-376
Faro, A., Boj, S.F., Ambrósio, R., van den Broek, O., Korving, J., and Clevers, H. (2009) T-Cell Factor 4 (tcf7l2) Is the Main Effector of Wnt Signaling During Zebrafish Intestine Organogenesis. Zebrafish. 6(1):59-68
Goessling, W., North, T.E., Lord, A.M., Ceol, C., Lee, S., Weidinger, G., Bourque, C., Strijbosch, R., Haramis, A.P., Puder, M., Clevers, H., Moon, R.T., and Zon, L.I. (2008) APC mutant zebrafish uncover a changing temporal requirement for wnt signaling in liver development. Developmental Biology. 320(1):161-174
Muncan, V., Faro, A., Haramis, A.P., Hurlstone, A.F., Wienholds, E., van Es, J., Korving, J., Begthel, H., Zivkovic, D., and Clevers, H. (2007) T-cell factor 4 (Tcf7l2) maintains proliferative compartments in zebrafish intestine. EMBO reports. 8(10):966-973
Haramis, A.P., Hurlstone, A., van der Velden, Y., Begthel, H., van den Born, M., Offerhaus, G.J., and Clevers, H.C. (2006) Adenomatous polyposis coli-deficient zebrafish are susceptible to digestive tract neoplasia. EMBO reports. 7(4):444-449
Hurlstone, A.F., Haramis, A.P., Wienholds, E., Begthel, H., Korving, J., van Eeden, F., Cuppen, E., Zivkovic, D., Plasterk, R.H., and Clevers, H. (2003) The Wnt/beta-catenin pathway regulates cardiac valve formation. Nature. 425(6958):633-637
Giles, R.H., van Es, J.H., and Clevers, H. (2003) Caught up in a Wnt storm: Wnt signaling in cancer. Biochimica et biophysica acta. Reviews on cancer. 1653(1):1-24

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