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Plavicki Lab
PI/Director: Plavicki, Jessica
Contact Person: Plavicki, Jessica
Email: jessica_plavicki@brown.edu
URL:
Address: 70 Ship Street, Providence, RI, 02903
Country: United States
Phone: 401-863-6112
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Line Designation: br


GENOMIC FEATURES ORIGINATING FROM THIS LAB No data available


STATEMENT OF RESEARCH INTERESTS
The Plavicki Lab is a team
developmental biologist and environmental scientists using the
zebrafish model to study cardiovascular and neural development.


LAB MEMBERS
Kossack, Michelle E. Post-Doc Rodd, April Post-Doc CintrĂ³n-Rivera, Layra Graduate Student
Martin, Nathan Graduate Student Martin, Shannon Graduate Student Hall, Susan Research Staff
Koch, Rachel Research Staff


ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS OF LAB MEMBERS
Yue, M.S., Martin, S.E., Martin, N.R., Taylor, M.R., Plavicki, J.S. (2021) 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin exposure disrupts development of the visceral and ocular vasculature. Aquatic toxicology (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 234:105786
Martin, N.R., Plavicki, J.S. (2020) Advancing zebrafish as a model for studying developmental neurotoxicology. Journal of neuroscience research. 98(6):981-983
Kossack, M.E., Draper, B.W. (2019) Genetic regulation of sex determination and maintenance in zebrafish (Danio rerio). Current topics in developmental biology. 134:119-149
Kossack, M.E., High, S.K., Hopton, R.E., Yan, Y.L., Postlethwait, J.H., Draper, B.W. (2018) Female Sex Development and Reproductive Duct Formation Depend on Wnt4a in Zebrafish. Genetics. 211(1):219-233
Gawdzik, J.C., Yue, M.S., Martin, N.R., Elemans, L.M.H., Lanham, K.A., Heideman, W., Rezendes, R., Baker, T.R., Taylor, M.R., Plavicki, J.S. (2018) sox9b is required in cardiomyocytes for cardiac morphogenesis and function. Scientific Reports. 8:13906
Umans, R.A., Henson, H.E., Mu, F., Parupalli, C., Ju, B., Peters, J.L., Lanham, K.A., Plavicki, J.S., Taylor, M.R. (2017) CNS angiogenesis and barriergenesis occur simultaneously. Developmental Biology. 425(2):101-108
Yue, M.S., Plavicki, J.S., Li, X.Y., Peterson, R.E., Heideman, W. (2015) A co-culture assay of embryonic zebrafish hearts to assess migration of epicardial cells in vitro. BMC Developmental Biology. 15:50
Lanham, K.A., Plavicki, J., Peterson, R.E., Heideman, W. (2014) Cardiac Myocyte-Specific AHR Activation Phenocopies TCDD-Induced Toxicity in Zebrafish. Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology. 141(1):141-54
Plavicki, J.S., Hofsteen, P., Yue, M.S., Lanham, K.A., Peterson, R.E., Heideman, W. (2014) Multiple modes of proepicardial cell migration require heartbeat. BMC Developmental Biology. 14:18
Plavicki, J.S., Baker, T.R., Burns, F.R., Xiong, K.M., Gooding, A.J., Hofsteen, P., Peterson, R.E., Heideman, W. (2014) Construction and characterization of a sox9b transgenic reporter line.. The International journal of developmental biology. 58(9):693-9
Hofsteen, P., Plavicki, J., Johnson, S.D., Peterson, R.E., and Heideman, W. (2013) Sox9b is Required for Epicardium Formation and Plays a Role in TCDD-induced Heart Malformation in Zebrafish. Molecular pharmacology. 84(3):353-60
Hofsteen, P., Plavicki, J., Peterson, R.E., Heideman, W. (2013) Epicardium Formation as a Sensor in Toxicology. Journal of developmental biology. 1:112-125
Plavicki, J., Hofsteen, P., Peterson, R.E., and Heideman, W. (2013) Dioxin inhibits zebrafish epicardium and proepicardium development. Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology. 131(2):558-567