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Publications

Campbell LJ, Willoughby JJ, Jensen AM. Two types of Tet-On transgenic lines for doxycycline-inducible gene expression in zebrafish rod photoreceptors and a gateway-based Tet-On toolkit. PLoS One. 2012;7(12):e51270. PMID:23251476

Willoughby, J.J. and Jensen, A.M. (2012) Generation of a genetically encoded marker of rod photoreceptor outer segment growth and renewal. Biology Open 1:30-36. PMCID: PMC3507166.
 
Christensen, ­A.K., and Jensen, A.M. (2008) Tissue-specific requirements for specific domains in the FERM protein Moe/Epb4.1l5 during early zebrafish development. BMC Developmental Biology. 11;8:3. PMCID:PMC2266719.
 
Hsu, Y.C. and Jensen, A.M. (2009) Multiple domains in the Crumbs Homolog 2a (Crb2a) protein are required for regulating rod size. BioMed Central Cell Biology 29;11:60. PMCID: PMC2836018.
 
Laprise, P., Beronja, S., Silva-Gagliardi, N.F., Pellikka, M., Jensen, A.M., McGlade, J., and Tepass. U. (2006) The FERM protein Yurt is a negative regulatory component of the Crumbs complex that controls epithelial polarity and apical membrane size. Developmental Cell 11:363-74. PMCID: PMC2834949.
 
Hsu, Y.C., Willoughby, J.J., Christensen, A.K., and Jensen, A.M. (2006) Mosaic Eyes is a Novel Component of the Crumbs Complex and Negatively Regulates Photoreceptor Apical Size. Development 133:4849-4859. PMCID: PMC2927502.
 
Kramer-Zucker, A.G., Wiessner, S., Jensen, A.M., Drummond, I.A. (2005) Organization of the pronephric filtration apparatus in zebrafish requires Nephrin, Podocin and the FERM domain protein Mosaic eyes. Developmental Biology 285:316-29.

Jensen, A.M., Walker, C., and Westerfield, M. (2001) mosaic eyes: a zebrafish gene required in pigmented epithelium for apical localization of retinal cell divisions and lamination. Development 128:95-105.

Jensen, A.M. and Westerfield, M. (2004) Zebrafish Mosaic eyes is a novel FERM protein required for retinal lamination and retinal pigmented epithelial tight junction formation. Current Biology 14:711-717.