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1. Wang B, Doan D, Petersen YR, Alvarado E, Alvarado G, Bhandari A, Mohanty A, Mohanty S, Nissen RM. Wdr68 requires nuclear access for craniofacial development. PLoS ONE, 2013 Jan 8(1):e54363-e54372

2. Mazmanian G, Kovshilovsky M, Yen D, Mohanty A, Mohanty S, Nee A, Nissen RM. The zebrafish dyrk1b gene is important for endoderm formation. Genesis, 2010 Jan, 48:20

3. Nissen RM, Amsterdam A, Hopkins N. A zebrafish screen for craniofacial mutants identifies wdr68 as a highly conserved gene required for endothelin-1 expression. BMC Developmental Biology, 2006 Jun 7, 6(1):28

4. Mansfield JH, Harfe BD, Nissen RM, Obenauer J, Srineel J, Chaudhuri A, Farzan-Kashani R, Zucker M, Pasquinelli AE, Ruvkin G, Sharp PA, Tabin CJ, McManus MT. MicroRNA-responsive “sensor” transgenes reveal Hox-like and other developmentally regulated patterns of vertebrate microRNA expression. Nature Genetics, 2004 Oct,36(10):1079-83

5. Amsterdam A, Nissen RM, Sun Z, Swindell EC, Farrington S, Hopkins N. 315 genes essential for early zebrafish development. PNAS, 2004 Aug 31, 101(35):12792-7.

6. Nissen RM, Yan J, Amsterdam A, Hopkins N, Burgess S. Zebrafish foxi one modulates cellular responses to FGF signaling required for the integrity of ear and jaw patterning. Development, 2003 Jun, 130(11):2543-54.

7. Yan YL, Miller CT, Nissen RM, Singer A, Liu D, Kirn A, Draper B, Willoughby J, Morcos PA, Amsterdam A, Chung BC, Westerfield M, Haffter P, Hopkins N, Kimmel C, Postlethwait JH. A zebrafish sox9 gene required for cartilage morphogenesis. Development, 2002 Nov, 129(21):5065-79

8. Golling G, Amsterdam A, Sun Z, Antonelli M, Maldonado E, Chen W, Burgess S, Haldi M, Artzt K, Farrington S, Lin SY, Nissen RM, Hopkins N. Insertional mutagenesis in zebrafish rapidly identifies genes essential for early vertebrate development. Nature Genetics, 2002 Jun, 31(2):135-40

9. Matjaz B, Nissen RM, Kanazawa S, Jabrane-Ferrat N, Peterlin BM. NF-kappaB binds P-TEFb to stimulate transcriptional elongation by RNA polymerase II. Molecular Cell, 2001 Aug, 8(2):327-37

10. Nissen RM & Yamamoto KR. The glucocorticoid receptor inhibits NF-kappaB by interfering with serine-2 phosphorylation of the RNA polymerase II carboxyl-terminal domain. Genes and Development, 2000 Sep 15, 14(18):2314-2329

11. Reyes CL, Sage CR, Rutenber EE, Nissen RM, Finer-Moore JS, Stroud RM. Inactivity of N229A thymidylate synthase due to water-mediated effects: isolating a late stage in methyl transfer. Journal of Molecular Biology, 1998 Dec 4, 284(3):699-712

12. Sage CR, Michelitsch MD, Stout TJ, Biermann D, Nissen RM, Finer-Moore J, Stroud RM. D221 in thymidylate synthase controls conformation change, and thereby opening of the imidazolidine. Biochemistry, 1998 Sep 29, 37(39):13893-901

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