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Morris, Ann C.
Email: ann.morris@uky.edu
URL: http://biology.uky.edu/faculty/morris/lab/Welcome.html
Affiliation: Morris Lab
Address: Department of Biology University of Kentucky Lexington, KY 40506-0225 USA
Country: United States
Phone: (859) 257-8823
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Jang, H., Oakley, E., Forbes-Osborne, M., Kesler, M., Norcross, R., Morris, A.C., Galperin, E. (2018) Hematopoietic and neural crest defects in zebrafish shoc2 mutants: a novel vertebrate model for Noonan-like syndrome. Human molecular genetics. 28(3):501-514
Coomer, C.E., Morris, A.C. (2018) Capn5 Expression in the Healthy and Regenerating Zebrafish Retina. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 59:3643-3654
Wilson, S.G., Wen, W., Kastoori, L.P., Morris, A.C. (2016) Tracking the fate of her4 expressing cells in the regenerating retina using her4:Kaede zebrafish. Experimental Eye Research. 145:75-87
Wen, W., Pillai-Kastoori, L., Wilson, S.G., Morris, A.C. (2015) Sox4 regulates choroid fissure closure by limiting hedgehog signaling during ocular morphogenesis. Developmental Biology. 399(1):139-53
Pillai-Kastoori, L., Wen, W., Wilson, S.G., Strachan, E., Lo-Castro, A., Fichera, M., Musumeci, S.A., Lehmann, O.J., Morris, A.C. (2014) Sox11 Is Required to Maintain Proper Levels of Hedgehog Signaling during Vertebrate Ocular Morphogenesis. PLoS Genetics. 10:e1004491
Forbes-Osborne, M.A., Wilson, S.G., and Morris, A.C. (2013) Insulinoma-associated 1a (Insm1a) is required for photoreceptor differentiation in the zebrafish retina. Developmental Biology. 380(2):157-171
Morris, A.C. (2011) The genetics of ocular disorders: Insights from the zebrafish. Birth defects research. Part C, Embryo today : reviews. 93(3):215-228
Morris, A.C., Forbes-Osborne, M.A., Pillai, L.S., and Fadool, J.M. (2011) Microarray Analysis of XOPS-mCFP Zebrafish Retina Identifies Genes Associated with Rod Photoreceptor Degeneration and Regeneration. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 52(5):2255-2266