ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-001103-2
Ettl, Anne-Kathrin
Email: anne-kathrin.ettl@biologie.uni-freiburg.de
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Affiliation: Driever Lab
Address: Abteilung Entwicklungsbiologie Institut für Biologie 1 Universität Freiburg Hauptstrasse 1 Freiburg, D-79104 Germany
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Phone: 49-761-203-2587
Fax: 49-761-203-2597
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Ettl, A.K. (2007) Phenotypic characterisation and genomic mapping of m865, a zebrafish mutation involved in the development of the dopaminergic system. Ph.D. Thesis.
Ettl, A.K., Holzschuh, J., and Driever, W. (2006) The zebrafish mutation m865 affects formation of dopaminergic neurons and neuronal survival, and maps to a genetic interval containing the sepiapterin reductase locus. Anat. Embryol. (Berl). 211(7):73-86
Durr, K., Holzschuh, J., Filippi, A., Ettl, A.K., Ryu, S., Shepherd, I.T., and Driever, W. (2006) Differential Roles of Transcriptional Mediator Complex Subunits Crsp34/Med27, Crsp150/Med14 and Trap100/Med24 During Zebrafish Retinal Development. Genetics. 174(2):693-705
Ellertsdottir, E., Ganz, J., Durr, K., Loges, N., Biemar, F., Seifert, F., Ettl, A.K., Kramer-Zucker, A.K., Nitschke, R., and Driever, W. (2006) A mutation in the zebrafish Na,K-ATPase subunit atp1a1a.1 provides genetic evidence that the sodium potassium pump contributes to left-right asymmetry downstream or in parallel to nodal flow. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 235(7):1794-1808
Ryu, S., Holzschuh, J., Erhardt, S., Ettl, A.K., and Driever, W. (2005) Depletion of minichromosome maintenance protein 5 in the zebrafish retina causes cell-cycle defect and apoptosis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 102(51):18467-18472
Holzschuh, J., Barrallo Gimeno, A., Ettl, A.K., Durr, K., Knapik, E.W., and Driever, W. (2003) Noradrenergic neurons in the zebrafish hindbrain are induced by retinoic acid and require tfap2a for expression of the neurotransmitter phenotype. Development (Cambridge, England). 130(23):5741-5754

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