ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-040819-1
Komisarczuk, Anna Zofia
Email: akomisarczuk@med.usyd.edu.au
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Address: Developmental Neurobiology and Genomics Brain and Mind Research Institute University of Sydney 100 Mallet Street Camperdown, NSW 2050 Australia
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Phone: 47-5558-4325
Fax: 47-5558-4305
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Soulika, M., Kaushik, A., Mathieu, B., Lourenço, R., Komisarczuk, A.Z., Romano, S.A., Jouary, A., Lardennois, A., Tissot, N., Okada, S., Abe, K., Becker, T.S., Kapsimali, M. (2016) Diversity in cell motility reveals the dynamic nature of the formation of zebrafish taste sensory organs. Development (Cambridge, England). 143(11):2012-24
Komisarczuk, A.Z., Kawakami, K., and Becker, T.S. (2009) Cis-regulation and chromosomal rearrangement of the fgf8 locus after the Teleost/tetrapod split. Developmental Biology. 336(2):301-312
Amsterdam, A., Lai, K., Komisarczuk, A.Z., Becker, T.S., Bronson, R.T., Hopkins, N., and Lees, J.A. (2009) Zebrafish Hagoromo Mutants Up-Regulate fgf8 Postembryonically and Develop Neuroblastoma. Molecular cancer research : MCR. 7(6):841-850
Topp, S., Stigloher, C., Komisarczuk, A.Z., Adolf, B., Becker, T.S., and Bally-Cuif, L. (2008) Fgf signaling in the zebrafish adult brain: Association of Fgf activity with ventricular zones but not cell proliferation. The Journal of comparative neurology. 510(4):422-439
Komisarczuk, A.Z., Topp, S., Stigloher, C., Kapsimali, M., Bally-Cuif, L., and Becker, T.S. (2008) Enhancer detection and developmental expression of zebrafish sprouty1, a member of the fgf8 synexpression group. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 237(9):2594-2603
Kikuta, H., Laplante, M., Navratilova, P., Komisarczuk, A.Z., Engstrom, P.G., Fredman, D., Akalin, A., Caccamo, M., Sealy, I., Howe, K., Ghislain, J., Pezeron, G., Mourrain, P., Ellingsen, S., Oates, A.C., Thisse, C., Thisse, B., Foucher, I., Adolf, B., Geling, A., Lenhard, B., and Becker, T.S. (2007) Genomic regulatory blocks encompass multiple neighboring genes and maintain conserved synteny in vertebrates. Genome research. 17(5):545-555

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