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2015Copulation in antiarch placoderms and the origin of gnathostome internal fertilizationLong, J.; Mark-Kurik, E.; Johanson, Z.; Lee, M.; Young, G.; Min, Z.; Ahlberg, P.; Newman, M.; Jones, R.; Blaauwen, J.; Choo, B.; Trinajstic, K.
2011The response of HMGA1 to changes in oxygen availability is evolutionarily conservedMoussavi Nik, S.; Newman, M.; Lardelli, M.
2015Alzheimer's disease-related peptide PS2V plays ancient, conserved roles in suppression of the unfolded protein response under hypoxia and stimulation of γ-secretase activityMoussavi Nik, S.; Newman, M.; Wilson, L.; Ebrahimie, E.; Wells, S.; Musgrave, I.; Verdile, G.; Martins, R.; Lardelli, M.
2018The zebrafish orthologue of familial Alzheimer's disease gene PRESENILIN 2 is required for normal adult melanotic skin pigmentationJiang, H.; Newman, M.; Lardelli, M.
2013The Guinea Pig as a model for sporadic Alzheimer's Disease (AD): the impact of cholesterol intake on expression of AD-related genesSharman, M.; Moussavi Nik, S.; Chen, M.; Ong, D.; Wijaya, L.; Laws, S.; Taddei, K.; Newman, M.; Lardelli, M.; Martins, R.; Verdile, G.
2014Using the zebrafish model for Alzheimer's disease researchNewman, M.; Ebrahimie, E.; Lardelli, M.
2012Robust homeostasis of Presenilin1 protein levels by transcript regulationNewman, M.; Nornes, S.; Martins, R.; Lardelli, M.
2016Evidence for and against a pathogenic role of reduced γ-secretase activity in familial Alzheimer's diseaseJayne, T.; Newman, M.; Verdile, G.; Sutherland, G.; Münch, G.; Musgrave, I.; Moussavi Nik, S.; Lardelli, M.
2017Mitochondrion to endoplasmic reticulum apposition length in zebrafish embryo spinal progenitors is unchanged in response to perturbations associated with Alzheimer’s diseaseNewman, M.; Halter, L.; Lim, A.; Lardelli, M.
2010A hyperactive sleeping beauty transposase enhances transgenesis in zebrafish embryosNewman, M.; Lardelli, M.