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ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-110330-2
Shboul, Mohammad
Email: mohammad.shboul@reversade.com
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Affiliation: Human Embryology
Address: Department of Zoology University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, N6A 5B7 Canada
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Tian, J., Shao, J., Liu, C., Hou, H.Y., Chou, C.W., Shboul, M., Li, G.Q., El-Khateeb, M., Samarah, O.Q., Kou, Y., Chen, Y.H., Chen, M.J., Lyu, Z., Chen, W.L., Chen, Y.F., Sun, Y.H., Liu, Y.W. (2018) Deficiency of lrp4 in zebrafish and human LRP4 mutation induce aberrant activation of Jagged-Notch signaling in fin and limb development. Cellular and molecular life sciences : CMLS. 76(1):163-178
Zhou, F., Narasimhan, V., Shboul, M., Chong, Y.L., Reversade, B., Roy, S. (2015) Gmnc Is a Master Regulator of the Multiciliated Cell Differentiation Program. Current biology : CB. 25(24):3267-73
Hu, W.F., Pomp, O., Ben-Omran, T., Kodani, A., Henke, K., Mochida, G.H., Yu, T.W., Woodworth, M.B., Bonnard, C., Raj, G.S., Tan, T.T., Hamamy, H., Masri, A., Shboul, M., Al Saffar, M., Partlow, J.N., Al-Dosari, M., Alazami, A., Alowain, M., Alkuraya, F.S., Reiter, J.F., Harris, M.P., Reversade, B., Walsh, C.A. (2014) Katanin p80 Regulates Human Cortical Development by Limiting Centriole and Cilia Number. Neuron. 84:1240-1257
Huang, L., Szymanska, K., Jensen, V.L., Janecke, A.R., Innes, A.M., Davis, E.E., Frosk, P., Li, C., Willer, J.R., Chodirker, B.N., Greenberg, C.R., McLeod, D.R., Bernier, F.P., Chudley, A.E., Müller, T., Shboul, M., Logan, C.V., Loucks, C.M., Beaulieu, C.L., Bowie, R.V., Bell, S.M., Adkins, J., Zuniga, F.I., Ross, K.D., Wang, J., Ban, M.R., Becker, C., Nürnberg, P., Douglas, S., Craft, C.M., Akimenko, M.A., Hegele, R.A., Ober, C., Utermann, G., Bolz, H.J., Bulman, D.E., Katsanis, N., Blacque, O.E., Doherty, D., Parboosingh, J.S., Leroux, M.R., Johnson, C.A., and Boycott, K.M. (2011) TMEM237 Is Mutated in Individuals with a Joubert Syndrome Related Disorder and Expands the Role of the TMEM Family at the Ciliary Transition Zone. American journal of human genetics. 89(6):713-730

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