PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS

Anna R. Duncan, Delfina P. González, Florencia del Viso, Andrew Robson, Mustafa K. Khokha and John N. Griffin. TMEM195, a heterotaxy candidate gene, regulates left-right patterning via Wnt signaling (Last author, in press in Developmental Biology)

Barrell, W., Griffin, JN,Harvey-Cox, J., Danovi, D.,HipSci Consortium,Beales, P., Grigoriadis, A. and Liu, K. Induction of neural crest stem cells from Bardet-Biedl Syndrome patient derived hiPSCs (In press Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience)

Alharatani, R., Griffin, J. N., Liu, K.J., Expression of the small GTPase RAPGEF5 during mouse and human development(2019). Gene Expr Patterns.doi: 10.1016/j.gep.2019.119057

Griffin, J. N, Sondalle, S., Robson, A., Mis, E., Baserga, Griffin, G., Deniz, E., S., Khokha. M. (2018). RPSA is required for rRNA processing and spleen development in Xenopus.Development doi: 10.1242/dev.166181

Kulkarni, S. S., Griffin, J. N.,Date, P. P., Liem, K. F., Jr. And Khokha, M. K. (2018). WDR5 Stabilizes Actin Architecture to Promote Multiciliated Cell Formation. Developmental Cell46, 595-610 e593

Griffin, J.N., Del Viso, F., Duncan, A.R., Robson, A., Hwang, W., Kulkarni, S., Liu, K.J., Khokha, M.K., (2018). RAPGEF5 Regulates Nuclear Translocation of beta-Catenin. Developmental Cell44, 248-260 e244.

Deniz, E., Jonas, S., Hooper, M., Griffin, J. N., Choma, M., Khokha, M. (2017). Analysis of Craniocardiac Malformations in Xenopus using OpticalCoherence Tomography. Scientific Reports 7,42506; doi: 10.1038/srep42506

Robson, A., Owens, N. D., Baserga, S. J., Khokha, M. K. & Griffin, J. N.* (2016) Expression of ribosomopathy genes during Xenopus tropicalisembryogenesis. BMC Dev Biol16, 38, doi:10.1186/s12861-016-0138-5. (* Author of correspondence)

Griffin, J. N., Sondalle, S. B., del Viso, F., Baserga, S. J., Khokha, M. K. (2015) The Ribosome Biogenesis Factor Nol11Is Required for Optimal rDNA Transcription and Craniofacial Development in Xenopus.PLoS Genetics11(3): e1005018. doi:10.1371 (Faculty of 1000 recommended)

Compagnucci, C., Debiais, M., Coolen, M., Fish, J., Griffin, J. N., Bertocchini, F., Minoux, M., Rijli, FM., Borday-Birraux, V., Casane, D., Mazan, S., Depew, M. (2013). Pattern and Polarity in the Development and Evolution of the Gnathostome Jaw: Both Conservation and Heterotopy in the Branchial Arches of the Shark, Scyliorhinus canicula. Developmental Biology1;374(1):185-97

GriffinJ. N., Compagnucci, C., Hu, D., Fish, J., Klein, O., Marcucio. R., Depew, M. J., (2013). Fgf8 dosage determines midfacial integration and polarity within the nasal and optic capsules.Developmental Biology.1;374(1):185-97

Suture Neontology and Paleontology: The Bases for Where, When and How Boundaries between Bones Have Been Established and Have Evolved. Depew, M.; Compagnucci, C.; Griffin, J.Craniofacial Sutures. Development, Disease and Treatment, Rice DP (ed). Front Oral Biol.Basel, Karger, 2008, vol 12, pp 57-78

MANUSCRIPTS IN REVIEW OR REVISION

Robson, A., Rivera-Molina, F., Mnatsakanyan, N., Yuan, S., Padovano, V., Griffin, JN., Cardone, R., Alves, T.,Kulkarni, S.,Stavola, L., Brueckner, M., Kibbey, R., Toomre, D., Jonas, E., Caplan, M. and Khokha, MK. A congenital heart disease gene shapes mitochondrial structure and modulates mitochondrial homeostasis.

Harel, T.*, Griffin, J.N.*, Arbogast, T*., Pippucci, T., Elpeleg, O., Katsanis, N. Mutations in CCDC32 cause a congenital syndrome characterized by craniofacial, cardiac and neurodevelopmental anomalies. (Co-first author)

Alharatani, R., Ververi, A., Beleza-Meireles, A., Ji, W., Mis, E., Griffin, JN, …, Khokha, MK., Marciano, D., Lakhani, S., and Liu, K. Novel truncating mutations in CTNND1cause a dominant velocardiofacial-like syndrome. (Submitted to Genetics in Medicine)

 

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