ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-100701-1
Prendergast, Andrew
Email: andrew.e.prendergast@yale.edu
Affiliation: Yale Zebrafish Phenotyping Core for Precision Medicine
Address: Cardiovascular Research Center Yale University 300 George St. New Haven, CT 06511
Country: United States
Phone: 203-843-0870


Prendergast, A., Ziganshin, B.A., Papanikolaou, D., Zafar, M.A., Nicoli, S., Mukherjee, S., Elefteriades, J.A. (2022) Phenotyping Zebrafish Mutant Models to Assess Candidate Genes Associated with Aortic Aneurysm. Genes. 13(1):
Oldfield, C.S., Grossrubatscher, I., Chávez, M., Hoagland, A., Huth, A.R., Carroll, E.C., Prendergast, A., Qu, T., Gallant, J.L., Wyart, C., Isacoff, E.Y. (2020) Experience, circuit dynamics and forebrain recruitment in larval zebrafish prey capture. eLIFE. 9:
Wyart, C., Prendergast, A. (2019) Glia: A Gate Controlling Animal Behavior?. Current biology : CB. 29:R847-R850
Desban, L., Prendergast, A., Roussel, J., Rosello, M., Geny, D., Wyart, C., Bardet, P.L. (2019) Regulation of the apical extension morphogenesis tunes the mechanosensory response of microvilliated neurons. PLoS Biology. 17:e3000235
Knafo, S., Prendergast, A., Thouvenin, O., Figueiredo, S.N., Wyart, C. (2017) Bioluminescence Monitoring of Neuronal Activity in Freely Moving Zebrafish Larvae. Bio-protocol. 7:e2550
Wyart, C., Knafo, S., Fidelin, K., Prendergast, A., Tseng, P.B., Parrin, A., Dickey, C.W., Böhm, U.L., Nunes FIgueiredo, S., Thouvenin, O., Pascal-Moussellard, H. (2017) Mechanosensory neurons control the timing of spinal microcircuit selection during locomotion. eLIFE. 6
Djenoune, L., Desban, L., Gomez, J., Sternberg, J.R., Prendergast, A., Langui, D., Quan, F.B., Marnas, H., Auer, T.O., Rio, J.P., Del Bene, F., Bardet, P.L., Wyart, C. (2017) The dual developmental origin of spinal cerebrospinal fluid-contacting neurons gives rise to distinct functional subtypes. Scientific Reports. 7:719
Hubbard, J.M., Böhm, U.L., Prendergast, A., Tseng, P.B., Newman, M., Stokes, C., Wyart, C. (2016) Intraspinal Sensory Neurons Provide Powerful Inhibition to Motor Circuits Ensuring Postural Control during Locomotion. Current biology : CB. 26(21):2841-2853
Suli, A., Pujol, R., Cunningham, D.E., Hailey, D.W., Prendergast, A., Rubel, E.W., Raible, D.W. (2016) Innervation regulates synaptic ribbons in lateral line mechanosensory hair cells. Journal of Cell Science. 129(11):2250-60
Rupprecht, P., Prendergast, A., Wyart, C., Friedrich, R.W. (2016) Remote z-scanning with a macroscopic voice coil motor for fast 3D multiphoton laser scanning microscopy. Biomedical Optics Express. 7:1656-71
Böhm, U. L., Prendergast, A., Djenoune, L., Nunes Figueiredo, S., Gomez, J., Stokes, C., Kaiser, S., Suster, M., Kawakami, K., Charpentier, M., Concordet, J. P., Rio, J. P., Del Bene, F., Wyart, C. (2016) CSF-contacting neurons regulate locomotion by relaying mechanical stimuli to spinal circuits. Nature communications. 7:10866
Ulrich, F., Carretero-Ortega, J., Menéndez, J., Narvaez, C., Sun, B., Lancaster, E., Pershad, V., Trzaska, S., Véliz, E., Kamei, M., Prendergast, A., Kidd, K.R., Shaw, K.M., Castranova, D.A., Pham, V.N., Lo, B.D., Martin, B.L., Raible, D.W., Weinstein, B.M., Torres-Vazquez, J. (2016) Reck enables cerebrovascular development by promoting canonical Wnt signaling. Development (Cambridge, England). 143(1):147-59
Fidelin, K., Djenoune, L., Stokes, C., Prendergast, A., Gomez, J., Baradel, A., Del Bene, F., Wyart, C. (2015) State-Dependent Modulation of Locomotion by GABAergic Spinal Sensory Neurons. Current biology : CB. 25:3035-47
Prendergast, A. (2013) Thesis: The metalloproteinase inhibitor Reck is essential for zebrafish DRG development. Ph.D. Thesis. :146
McGraw, H.F., Snelson, C.D., Prendergast, A., Suli, A., and Raible, D.W. (2012) Postembryonic neuronal addition in Zebrafish dorsal root ganglia is regulated by Notch signaling. Neural Development. 7(1):23
Prendergast, A., Linbo, T.H., Swarts, T., Ungos, J.M., McGraw, H.F., Krispin, S., Weinstein, B.M., and Raible, D.W. (2012) The metalloproteinase inhibitor Reck is essential for zebrafish DRG development. Development (Cambridge, England). 139(6):1141-1152