ZFIN ID: ZDB-LAB-160115-2
Adam C Miller Lab
PI/Director: Miller, Adam
Contact Person: Miller, Adam
Email: acmiller@uoregon.edu
URL: https://www.adammillerlab.com
Address: Institute of Neuroscience 1425 E 13th Ave Huestis 214 Eugene, OR 97403-1254
Country: United States
Phone: 541.346.4587
Line Designation: b

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Lasseigne, A.M., Echeverry, F.A., Ijaz, S., Michel, J.C., Martin, E.A., Marsh, A.J., Trujillo, E., Marsden, K.C., Pereda, A.E., Miller, A.C. (2021) Electrical synaptic transmission requires a postsynaptic scaffolding protein. eLIFE. 10:
Postlethwait, J.H., Massaquoi, M.S., Farnsworth, D.R., Yan, Y.L., Guillemin, K., Miller, A.C. (2021) The SARS-CoV-2 receptor and other key components of the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System related to COVID-19 are expressed in enterocytes in larval zebrafish. Biology Open. 10(3):
Farnsworth, D., Posner, M., Miller, A. (2021) Single cell transcriptomics of the developing zebrafish lens and identification of putative controllers of lens development. Experimental Eye Research. 206:108535
Loes, A.N., Hinman, M.N., Farnsworth, D.R., Miller, A.C., Guillemin, K., Harms, M.J. (2021) Identification and Characterization of Zebrafish Tlr4 Coreceptor Md-2. Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 206(5):1046-1057
Postlethwait, J.H., Farnsworth, D.R., Miller, A.C. (2020) An intestinal cell type in zebrafish is the nexus for the SARS-CoV-2 receptor and the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System that contributes to COVID-19 comorbidities. ZFIN Direct Data Submission.
Farnsworth, D.R., Saunders, L.M., Miller, A.C. (2019) A single-cell transcriptome atlas for zebrafish development. Developmental Biology. 459(2):100-108
Bremer, J., Marsden, K.C., Miller, A., Granato, M. (2019) The ubiquitin ligase PHR promotes directional regrowth of spinal zebrafish axons. Communications biology. 2:195
Marsh, A.J., Michel, J.C., Adke, A.P., Heckman, E.L., Miller, A.C. (2017) Asymmetry of an Intracellular Scaffold at Vertebrate Electrical Synapses. Current biology : CB. 27:3561-3567.e4
Miller, A.C., Whitebirch, A.C., Shah, A.N., Marsden, K.C., Granato, M., O'Brien, J., Moens, C.B. (2017) A genetic basis for molecular asymmetry at vertebrate electrical synapses. eLIFE. 6:e25364
Shah, A.N., Davey, C.F., Whitebirch, A.C., Miller, A.C., Moens, C.B. (2016) Rapid Reverse Genetic Screening Using CRISPR in Zebrafish. Zebrafish. 13:152-3
Shah, A.N., Moens, C.B., Miller, A.C. (2016) Targeted candidate gene screens using CRISPR/Cas9 technology. Methods in cell biology. 135:89-106
Shah, A.N., Davey, C.F., Whitebirch, A.C., Miller, A.C., Moens, C.B. (2015) Rapid reverse genetic screening using CRISPR in zebrafish. Nature Methods. 12(6):535-40
Miller, A.C., Voelker, L.H., Shah, A.N., Moens, C.B. (2015) Neurobeachin Is Required Postsynaptically for Electrical and Chemical Synapse Formation. Current biology : CB. 25(1):16-28
Miller, A.C., Obholzer, N.D., Shah, A.N., Megason, S.G., and Moens, C.B. (2013) RNA-seq based mapping and candidate identification of mutations from forward genetic screens. Genome research. 23(4):679-686