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Pereboom T, van Weele L, Bondt A, MacInnes A. (2011)  A zebrafish model of dyskeratosis congenita reveals hematopoetic stem cell formation failure due to ribosomal protein-mediated p53 stabilization. Blood (in press).



Wesseling S, Essers P, Koeners M, Pereboom T, Braam B, Faaseen E, MacInnnes A, Joles, J. (2011) Perinatal exogenous nitric oxide in fawn-hooded hypertensive rats reduces renal ribosome biogenesis in early life. Frontiers in Genetics (in press).



Paridaen J, Janson E, Utami K, Pereboom T, Essers P, van Rooijen C, Zivkovic D, MacInnes A. (2011) The nucleolar GTP-binding proteins Gnl2 and nucleostemin are required for retinal neurogenesis in developing zebrafish. Dev. Biol.15;286-301.

MacInnes, A
, Amsterdam, A, Lees, J, Hopkins, N. Cancer: The Outlaw Cell, 3rd edition. Chapter on Zebrafish Models of Cancer (in press).

Fralish, G, Philipp, M, Meloni, A, Chen, W, MacInnes, A, Barak, L, Caron, M. Smoothened signaling in vertebrates is facilitated by a G-protein coupled receptor kinase. Mol Biol Cell. December, 2008, 5478-89.

MacInnes, A, Amsterdam, A, Hopkins, N, Lees, J. Loss of p53 protein synthesis in zebrafish tumors with ribosomal protein gene mutations. PNAS, July 18, 2008, 10408-10413.

Wilbanks, A, Fralish, G, Kirby, M, Barak, L, Li, Y, Caron, M. ß-arrestin2 regulates zebrafish development through the Hedgehog signaling pathway. Science, December 24, 2004, 2264-7.

Barak, L, Wilbanks, A, Caron, M. Constitutive desensitization: a new paradigm for G protein-coupled receptor regulation. Assay and Drug Development Technologies, April 2003, 339-46.

Wilbanks, A, Laporte, S, Bohn, L, Barak, L, Caron, M. Apparent loss-of-function mutant GPCRs revealed as constitutively desensitized receptors. Biochemistry, Oct 8, 2002, 11981-9.

Wilbanks, A, Zondlo, S, Murphy, K, Mak, S, Soler, D, Langdon, P, Andrew, D, Wu, L, Briskin, M. Expression cloning of the STRL33/BONZO/TYMSTR ligand reveals elements of CC, CXC, and CX3C chemokines. Journal of Immunology, April 15, 2001, 5145-5154.

Sternberg, D, Tomasson, M, Carroll, M, Curly, D, Barker, G, Wilbanks, A, Kazlauskas, A, Gilliland, DG. The TEL/PDGFRß fusion in chronic myelomonocytic leukemia signals through STAT5 dependent and STAT5 independent pathways. Blood, December 1, 2001, 3390-3397.

Wilbanks, A, Mahajan, S, Frank, D, Druker, BJ, Gilliland, DG, Carroll, M. The TEL/PDGFRß fusion protein activates STAT1 and STAT5: a common mechanism for transformation by tyrosine kinase fusion proteins. Experimental Hematology, May 2000, 584-593.

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