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Profile Publications(22)
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Publications By Dany S. Adams

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Preventing Ethanol-Induced Brain and Eye Morphology Defects Using Optogenetics., Pai VP, Adams DS., Bioelectricity. December 1, 2019; 1 (4): 260-272.


The Zahn drawings: new illustrations of Xenopus embryo and tadpole stages for studies of craniofacial development., Zahn N, Levin M, Adams DS., Development. January 1, 2017; 144 (15): 2708-2713.          


Use of genetically encoded, light-gated ion translocators to control tumorigenesis., Chernet BT, Adams DS, Lobikin M, Levin M., Oncotarget. April 12, 2016; 7 (15): 19575-88.            


Bioelectric signalling via potassium channels: a mechanism for craniofacial dysmorphogenesis in KCNJ2-associated Andersen-Tawil Syndrome., Adams DS, Uzel SG, Akagi J, Wlodkowic D, Andreeva V, Yelick PC, Devitt-Lee A, Pare JF, Levin M., J Physiol. January 1, 2016; 594 (12): 3245-70.                              


Fishing on chips: up-and-coming technological advances in analysis of zebrafish and Xenopus embryos., Zhu F, Skommer J, Huang Y, Akagi J, Adams D, Levin M, Hall CJ, Crosier PS, Wlodkowic D., Cytometry A. November 1, 2014; 85 (11): 921-32.


Optogenetics in Developmental Biology: using light to control ion flux-dependent signals in Xenopus embryos., Spencer Adams D, Lemire JM, Kramer RH, Levin M., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2014; 58 (10-12): 851-61.            


Light-activation of the Archaerhodopsin H(+)-pump reverses age-dependent loss of vertebrate regeneration: sparking system-level controls in vivo., Adams DS, Tseng AS, Levin M., Biol Open. March 15, 2013; 2 (3): 306-13.          


Normalized shape and location of perturbed craniofacial structures in the Xenopus tadpole reveal an innate ability to achieve correct morphology., Vandenberg LN, Adams DS, Levin M., Dev Dyn. November 1, 2012; 241 (11): .  


Photoconversion for tracking the dynamics of cell movement in Xenopus laevis embryos., Chernet BT, Adams DS, Levin M., Cold Spring Harb Protoc. June 1, 2012; 2012 (6): 683-90.


Normalized shape and location of perturbed craniofacial structures in the Xenopus tadpole reveal an innate ability to achieve correct morphology., Vandenberg LN, Adams DS, Levin M., Dev Dyn. May 1, 2012; 241 (5): 863-78.                  


Measuring resting membrane potential using the fluorescent voltage reporters DiBAC4(3) and CC2-DMPE., Adams DS, Levin M., Cold Spring Harb Protoc. April 1, 2012; 2012 (4): 459-64.


V-ATPase-dependent ectodermal voltage and pH regionalization are required for craniofacial morphogenesis., Vandenberg LN, Morrie RD, Adams DS., Dev Dyn. August 1, 2011; 240 (8): 1889-904.                        


Patterned femtosecond-laser ablation of Xenopus laevis melanocytes for studies of cell migration, wound repair, and developmental processes., Mondia JP, Adams DS, Orendorff RD, Levin M, Omenetto FG., Biomed Opt Express. August 1, 2011; 2 (8): 2383-91.          


Transmembrane potential of GlyCl-expressing instructor cells induces a neoplastic-like conversion of melanocytes via a serotonergic pathway., Blackiston D, Adams DS, Lemire JM, Lobikin M, Levin M., Dis Model Mech. January 1, 2011; 4 (1): 67-85.                


Long-distance signals are required for morphogenesis of the regenerating Xenopus tadpole tail, as shown by femtosecond-laser ablation., Mondia JP, Levin M, Omenetto FG, Orendorff RD, Branch MR, Adams DS., PLoS One. January 1, 2011; 6 (9): e24953.            


Modulation of potassium channel function confers a hyperproliferative invasive phenotype on embryonic stem cells., Morokuma J, Blackiston D, Adams DS, Seebohm G, Trimmer B, Levin M., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. October 28, 2008; 105 (43): 16608-13.                                  


H,K-ATPase protein localization and Kir4.1 function reveal concordance of three axes during early determination of left-right asymmetry., Aw S, Adams DS, Qiu D, Levin M., Mech Dev. March 1, 2008; 125 (3-4): 353-72.    


H+ pump-dependent changes in membrane voltage are an early mechanism necessary and sufficient to induce Xenopus tail regeneration., Adams DS, Masi A, Levin M., Development. April 1, 2007; 134 (7): 1323-35.          


Apoptosis is required during early stages of tail regeneration in Xenopus laevis., Tseng AS, Adams DS, Qiu D, Koustubhan P, Levin M., Dev Biol. January 1, 2007; 301 (1): 62-9.        


Early, H+-V-ATPase-dependent proton flux is necessary for consistent left-right patterning of non-mammalian vertebrates., Adams DS, Robinson KR, Fukumoto T, Yuan S, Albertson RC, Yelick P, Kuo L, McSweeney M, Levin M., Development. May 1, 2006; 133 (9): 1657-71.              


Xenopus TRPN1 (NOMPC) localizes to microtubule-based cilia in epithelial cells, including inner-ear hair cells., Shin JB, Adams D, Paukert M, Siba M, Sidi S, Levin M, Gillespie PG, GrĂ¼nder S., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. August 30, 2005; 102 (35): 12572-7.              


The mechanics of notochord elongation, straightening and stiffening in the embryo of Xenopus laevis., Adams DS, Keller R, Koehl MA., Development. September 1, 1990; 110 (1): 115-30.

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