ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-110913-4
Mysiak, Karolina S.
Email: k.s.mysiak@sms.ed.ac.uk
Address: Centre for Neuroregeneration School of Biomedical Sciences The University of Edinburgh Summerhall Edinburgh, EH9 1QH United Kingdom
Country: United Kingdom


Cavone, L., McCann, T., Drake, L.K., Aguzzi, E.A., Oprişoreanu, A.M., Pedersen, E., Sandi, S., Selvarajah, J., Tsarouchas, T.M., Wehner, D., Keatinge, M., Mysiak, K.S., Henderson, B.E.P., Dobie, R., Henderson, N.C., Becker, T., Becker, C.G. (2021) A unique macrophage subpopulation signals directly to progenitor cells to promote regenerative neurogenesis in the zebrafish spinal cord. Developmental Cell. 56(11):1617-1630.e6
Arribat, Y., Mysiak, K.S., Lescouzères, L., Boizot, A., Ruiz, M., Rossel, M., Bomont, P. (2019) Sonic Hedgehog repression underlies gigaxonin mutation-induced motor deficits in giant axonal neuropathy. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 129(12):5312-5326
Caldwell, L.J., Davies, N.O., Cavone, L., Mysiak, K.S., Semenova, S.A., Panula, P., Armstrong, J.D., Becker, C.G., Becker, T. (2019) Regeneration of dopaminergic neurons in adult zebrafish depends on immune system activation and differs for distinct populations. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. 39(24):4694-4713
Cardozo, M.J., Mysiak, K.S., Becker, T., Becker, C.G. (2017) Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - Developmental Signals in Spinal Cord Regeneration. Developmental Biology. 432(1):53-62
Mysiak, K.S., Barreiro-Iglesias, A., Reimer, M.M., Scott, A.L., Yang, Y., Becker, T., Becker, C.G. (2015) Serotonin promotes motor neuron development and adult regeneration in zebrafish. International journal of developmental neuroscience : the official journal of the International Society for Developmental Neuroscience. 47:51
Barreiro-Iglesias, A., Mysiak, K.S., Adrio, F., Rodicio, M.C., Becker, C.G., Becker, T., and Anadón, R. (2013) Distribution of glycinergic neurons in the brain of glycine transporter-2 Tg(glyt2:gfp) transgenic adult zebrafish: Relation with brain-spinal descending systems. The Journal of comparative neurology. 521(2):389-425