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Brown, Christopher
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Address: Loeb Health Research Institute Ottawa Civic Hospital 725 Parkdale Avenue Ottawa, Ontario, K1Y 4E9 Canada
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PUBLICATIONS
Ko, Y.A., Yi, H., Qiu, C., Huang, S., Park, J., Ledo, N., Köttgen, A., Li, H., Rader, D.J., Pack, M.A., Brown, C.D., Susztak, K. (2017) Genetic-Variation-Driven Gene-Expression Changes Highlight Genes with Important Functions for Kidney Disease. American journal of human genetics. 100:940-953
Lane, D.P., Cheok, C.F., Brown, C.J., Madhumalar, A., Ghadessy, F.J., and Verma, C. (2010) The Mdm2 and p53 genes are conserved in the Arachnids. Cell cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 9(4):748-754
Lane, D.P., Cheok, C.F., Brown, C., Madhumalar, A., Ghadessy, F.J., and Verma, C. (2010) Mdm2 and p53 are highly conserved from placozoans to man. Cell cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 9(3):540-547
Alrubaian, J., Lecaude, S., Barba, J., Szynskie, L., Jacobs, N., Bauer, D., Brown, C., Kaminer, I., Bagrosky, B., and Dores, R.M. (2006) Trends in the evolution of the prodynorphin gene in teleosts: Cloning of eel and tilapia prodynorphin cDNAs. Peptides. 27(4):797-804
Wu, X., Wang, P., Brown, C.A., Zilinski, C.A., and Matzuk, M.M. (2003) Zygote Arrest 1 (Zar1) Is an Evolutionarily Conserved Gene Expressed in Vertebrate Ovaries. Biology of reproduction. 69(3):861-867
Poleo, G., Brown, C.W., Laforest, L., and Akimenko, M.A. (2001) Cell proliferation and movement during early fin regeneration in zebrafish. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 221(4):380-390
Laforest, L., Brown, C.W., Poleo, G., Géraudie, J., Tada, M., Ekker, M., and Akimenko, M.-A. (1998) Involvement of the Sonic hedgehog, patched 1, and bmp2 genes in patterning of the zebrafish dermal fin rays. Development (Cambridge, England). 125:4175-4184
Brown, C.W. (1998) Migration and in vivo transfection of cells in the regeneration caudal fin of zebrafish. Master's Thesis.

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