ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-050502-2
McCammon, Jasmine
Email: mccammon@wi.mit.edu
Affiliation: Hazel Sive Lab
Country: United States


McCammon, J.M., Blaker-Lee, A., Chen, X., Sive, H. (2017) The 16p11.2 homologs fam57ba and doc2a generate certain brain and body phenotypes. Human molecular genetics. 26:3699-3712
Gallagher, T.L., Tietz, K.T., Morrow, Z.T., McCammon, J.M., Goldrich, M.L., Derr, N.L., Amacher, S.L. (2017) Pnrc2 regulates 3'UTR-mediated decay of segmentation clock-associated transcripts during zebrafish segmentation. Developmental Biology. 429(1):225-239
Carter, B.S., Cort├ęs-Campos, C., Chen, X., McCammon, J.M., Sive, H.L. (2017) Validation of Protein Knockout in Mutant Zebrafish Lines Using In Vitro Translation Assays. Zebrafish. 14(1):73-76
McCammon, J.M., Sive, H. (2015) Challenges in understanding psychiatric disorders and developing therapeutics: a role for zebrafish. Disease models & mechanisms. 8:647-56
McCammon, J.M., Sive, H. (2015) Addressing the Genetics of Human Mental Health Disorders in Model Organisms. Annual review of genomics and human genetics. 16:173-97
Blaker-Lee, A., Gupta, S., McCammon, J.M., De Rienzo, G., and Sive, H. (2012) Zebrafish homologs of 16p11.2, a genomic region associated with brain disorders, are active during brain development, and include two deletion dosage sensor genes. Disease models & mechanisms. 5(6):834-851
McCammon, J.M., Doyon, Y., and Amacher, S.L. (2011) Inducing High Rates of Targeted Mutagenesis in Zebrafish Using Zinc Finger Nucleases (ZFNs). Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 770:505-527
McCammon, J.M., and Amacher, S.L. (2010) Using zinc finger nucleases for efficient and heritable gene disruption in zebrafish. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 649:281-298
Doyon, Y., McCammon, J.M., Miller, J.C., Faraji, F., Ngo, C., Katibah, G.E., Amora, R., Hocking, T.D., Zhang, L., Rebar, E.J., Gregory, P.D., Urnov, F.D., and Amacher, S.L. (2008) Heritable targeted gene disruption in zebrafish using designed zinc-finger nucleases. Nat. Biotechnol.. 26(6):702-708