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Morpholino Publication Database

This database contains citations and abstracts for research using Morpholino oligos, as well as some review articles incorporating Morpholino data. You can search the content using the filter boxes below.

There are 9382 scientific papers returned from the database with the search filters currently being used below.

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Blockade of a Laminin-411-Notch Axis with CRISPR/Cas9 or a Nanobioconjugate Inhibits Glioblastoma Growth through Tumor-Microenvironment Cross-talk

Authors:
Sun T, Patil R, Galstyan A, Klymyshyn D, Ding H, Chesnokova A, Cavenee WK, Furnari FB, Ljubimov VA, Shatalova ES, Wagner S, Li D, Mamelak AN, Bannykh SI, Patil CG, Rudnick JD, Hu J, Grodzinski ZB, Rekechenetskiy A, Falahatian V, Lyubimov AV, Chen YL, Leoh LS, Daniels-Wells TR, Penichet ML, Holler E, Ljubimov AV, Black KL, Ljubimova JY
Citation:
Cancer Res. 2019 Mar 15;79(6):1239-1251. doi: 10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-18-2725. Epub 2019 Jan 18
Abstract:
. . . There is an unmet need for the treatment of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). The extracellular matrix, including...
Delivery Method:
nanoparticles
Organism or Cell Type:
mice with glioblastome xenograft
Citation Extract:
Sun T, Patil R, Galstyan A, Klymyshyn D, Ding H, Chesnokova A, Cavenee WK, Furnari FB, Ljubimov VA, Shatalova ES, Wagner S, Li D, Mamelak AN, Bannykh SI, Patil CG, Rudnick JD, Hu J, Grodzinski ZB, Rekechenetskiy A, Falahatian V, Lyubimov AV, Chen YL, Leoh LS, Daniels-Wells TR, Penichet ML, Holler E, Ljubimov AV, Black KL, Ljubimova JY. Blockade of a Laminin-411-Notch Axis with CRISPR/Cas9 or a Nanobioconjugate Inhibits Glioblastoma Growth through Tumor-Microenvironment Cross-talk. Cancer Res. 2019 Mar 15;79(6):1239-1251. doi: 10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-18-2725. Epub 2019 Jan 18.

A critical role for miR-142 in alveolar epithelial lineage formation in mouse lung development

Authors:
Shrestha A, Carraro G, Nottet N, Vazquez-Armendariz AI, Susanne Herold S, Cordero J, Singh I, Jochen Wilhelm J, Barreto G, Morty R, El Agha E, Mari B, Chen C, Jin-San Zhang J-S, Chao C-M, Bellusci S
Citation:
Cell Molec Life Sci. 2019;[Epub] doi:10.1007/s00018-019-03067-8
Abstract:
The respiratory epithelium arises from alveolar epithelial progenitors which differentiate into alveolar epithelial type 1 (AT1...
Organism or Cell Type:
lung explants
Citation Extract:
Shrestha A, Carraro G, Nottet N, Vazquez-Armendariz AI, Susanne Herold S, Cordero J, Singh I, Jochen Wilhelm J, Barreto G, Morty R, El Agha E, Mari B, Chen C, Jin-San Zhang J-S, Chao C-M, Bellusci S. A critical role for miR-142 in alveolar epithelial lineage formation in mouse lung development. Cell Molec Life Sci. 2019;[Epub] doi:10.1007/s00018-019-03067-8.

Zebrafish Model for Non-Syndromic X-linked Sensorineural Deafness, DFNX1

Authors:
DeSmidt AA, Zou B, Grati M, Yan D, Mittal R, Yao Q, Richmond MT, Denyer S, Liu XZ, Lu Z
Citation:
Anat Rec (Hoboken). 2019 Mar 15. doi: 10.1002/ar.24115. [Epub ahead of print]
Abstract:
Hereditary deafness is often a neurosensory disorder and affects the quality of life of humans. Only three X-linked genes (POU...
Organism or Cell Type:
zebrafish
Citation Extract:
DeSmidt AA, Zou B, Grati M, Yan D, Mittal R, Yao Q, Richmond MT, Denyer S, Liu XZ, Lu Z. Zebrafish Model for Non-Syndromic X-linked Sensorineural Deafness, DFNX1. Anat Rec (Hoboken). 2019 Mar 15. doi: 10.1002/ar.24115. [Epub ahead of print].

cMet signaling functions during zebrafish hindbrain development

Authors:
Elsen GE, Choi LY, Prince VE, Ho RK
Citation:
Dev Biol. 2008;329(2):541. doi:10.1016/j.ydbio.2008.05.270
Abstract:
During development, cMet signaling regulates a range of cellular processes, including growth, survival and migration (...
Organism or Cell Type:
zebrafish
Citation Extract:
Elsen GE, Choi LY, Prince VE, Ho RK. cMet signaling functions during zebrafish hindbrain development. Dev Biol. 2008;329(2):541. doi:10.1016/j.ydbio.2008.05.270.

Chemokine signaling links cell cycle progression and cilia formation for left-right symmetry breaking

Authors:
Liu J, Zhu C, Ning G, Yang L, Cao Y, Huang S, Wang Q
Citation:
bioRxiv. 2019;[preprint] doi:10.1101/578351
Abstract:
Zebrafish dorsal forerunner cells (DFCs) undergo vigorous proliferation during epiboly and then exit cell cycle to generate...
Delivery Method:
microinjection
Organism or Cell Type:
zebrafish
Citation Extract:
Liu J, Zhu C, Ning G, Yang L, Cao Y, Huang S, Wang Q. Chemokine signaling links cell cycle progression and cilia formation for left-right symmetry breaking. bioRxiv. 2019;[preprint] doi:10.1101/578351.

Possible co-option of a VEGF-driven tubulogenesis program for biomineralization in echinoderms

Authors:
Ben-Tabou de-Leon S, Gildor T, Sher N, Roopin M, Morgulis M, Malik A, Dines M, Lalzar M, Khalaily L
Citation:
bioRxiv. 2019;[preprint] doi:10.1101/554683
Abstract:
Biomineralization is the process in which living organisms use minerals to form structures that protect and support them....
Delivery Method:
microinjection
Organism or Cell Type:
Paracentrotus lividus (sea urchin)
Citation Extract:
Ben-Tabou de-Leon S, Gildor T, Sher N, Roopin M, Morgulis M, Malik A, Dines M, Lalzar M, Khalaily L. Possible co-option of a VEGF-driven tubulogenesis program for biomineralization in echinoderms. bioRxiv. 2019;[preprint] doi:10.1101/554683.

MicroRNA-mediated control of developmental lymphangiogenesis

Authors:
Jung HM, Hu C, Fister AM, Davis AE, Castranova D, Pham VN, Price LM, Weinstein BM
Citation:
bioRxiv. 2019;[preprint] doi:10.1101/555664
Abstract:
The post-transcriptional mechanisms contributing to molecular regulation of developmental lymphangiogenesis and lymphatic...
Delivery Method:
microinjection
Organism or Cell Type:
zebrafish
Citation Extract:
Jung HM, Hu C, Fister AM, Davis AE, Castranova D, Pham VN, Price LM, Weinstein BM. MicroRNA-mediated control of developmental lymphangiogenesis. bioRxiv. 2019;[preprint] doi:10.1101/555664.

An alternatively spliced zebrafish jnk1a transcript has an essential and non-redundant role in development of the first heart field derived proximal ventricular chamber

Authors:
Santos-Ledo A, Washer SJ, Dhanaseelan T, Chrystal P, Papoutsi T, Henderson D, Chaudhry B
Citation:
bioRxiv. 2019;[preprint] doi:10.1101/546184
Abstract:
Alternative splicing is a ubiquitous mechanism for producing different mRNA species from a single gene, resulting in proteomic...
Delivery Method:
microinjection
Organism or Cell Type:
zebrafish
Citation Extract:
Santos-Ledo A, Washer SJ, Dhanaseelan T, Chrystal P, Papoutsi T, Henderson D, Chaudhry B. An alternatively spliced zebrafish jnk1a transcript has an essential and non-redundant role in development of the first heart field derived proximal ventricular chamber. bioRxiv. 2019;[preprint] doi:10.1101/546184.

Dysregulated wild-type cell division at the interface between host and oncogenic epithelium

Authors:
Moruzzi M, Nestor-Bergmann A, Brennan K, Woolner S
Citation:
bioRxiv. 2019;[preprint] doi:10.1101/578146
Abstract:
Carcinomas dysregulate their microenvironment and this helps aid disease progression, in part by altering the behaviour of host...
Delivery Method:
microinjection
Organism or Cell Type:
Xenopus laevis
Citation Extract:
Moruzzi M, Nestor-Bergmann A, Brennan K, Woolner S. Dysregulated wild-type cell division at the interface between host and oncogenic epithelium. bioRxiv. 2019;[preprint] doi:10.1101/578146.

A Smart Imaging Workflow for Organ-Specific Screening in a Cystic Kidney Zebrafish Disease Model

Authors:
Pandey G, Westhoff JH, Schaefer F, Gehrig L
Citation:
Int J Med Sci. 2019;20(6):1290. doi:10.3390/ijms20061290
Abstract:
The zebrafish is being increasingly used in biomedical research and drug discovery to conduct large-scale compound screening....
Delivery Method:
microinjection
Organism or Cell Type:
zebrafish
Citation Extract:
Pandey G, Westhoff JH, Schaefer F, Gehrig L. A Smart Imaging Workflow for Organ-Specific Screening in a Cystic Kidney Zebrafish Disease Model. Int J Med Sci. 2019;20(6):1290. doi:10.3390/ijms20061290.

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