ZFIN ID: ZDB-LAB-980721-4
Hille Lab
PI/Director: Hille, Merrill
Contact Person: Hille, Merrill
Email: mbhille@u.washington.edu
URL: http://depts.washington.edu/zooweb/hille.html
Address: Department of Zoology University of Washington Box 351800 Seattle, WA 98195-1800 USA
Country: United States
Phone: (206) 543-5273
Fax: (206) 543-3041
Line Designation: None assigned


GENOMIC FEATURES ORIGINATING FROM THIS LAB No data available


STATEMENT OF RESEARCH INTERESTS
The role of focal adhesion kinase and paxillin of the migration of cells in zebrafish embryos.


LAB MEMBERS


ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS OF LAB MEMBERS
Hsu, C.L., Muerdter, C.P., Knickerbocker, A.D., Walsh, R.M., Zepeda-Rivera, M.A., Depner, K.H., Sangesland, M., Cisneros, T.B., Kim, J.Y., Sanchez-Vazquez, P., Cherezova, L., Regan, R.D., Bahrami, N.M., Gray, E.A., Chan, A.Y., Chen, T., Rao, M.Y., and Hille, M.B. (2012) Cdc42 GTPase and Rac1 GTPase act downstream of p120 catenin and require GTP exchange during gastrulation of zebrafish mesoderm. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 241(10):1545-1561
Crawford, B.D., Henry, C.A., Clason, T.A., Becker, A.L., and Hille, M.B. (2003) Activity and distribution of paxillin, focal adhesion kinase, and cadherin indicate cooperative roles during zebrafish morphogenesis. Molecular biology of the cell. 14(8):3065-3081
Henry, C.A., Crawford, B.D., Yan, Y.-L., Postlethwait, J., Cooper, M.S., and Hille, M.B. (2001) Roles for zebrafish focal adhesion kinase in notochord and somite morphogenesis. Developmental Biology. 240(2):474-487
Henry, C.A., Crawford, B.D., Sepich, D., Cooper, M.S., and Hille, M. (2000) Subcellular localization of focal adhesion kinase during zebrafish organogenesis: Distinct roles for FAK in notochord and somite morphogenesis. Molecular biology of the cell. 11:297
Henry, C.A., Hall, L.A., Hille, M.B., Solnica-Krezel, L., and Cooper, M.S. (2000) Somites in zebrafish doubly mutant for knypek and trilobite form without internal mesenchymal cells or compaction. Current biology : CB. 10(17):1063-1066