ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-080606-3
Griffin, Aliesha
Email: a.griffin@imb.uq.edu.au
Affiliation: Andrew Perkins Lab
Address: Institute for Molecular Bioscience University of Queensland Carmody Rd Queensland Brisbane, 4072 Australia
Country: Australia


Griffin, A., Anvar, M., Hamling, K., Baraban, S.C. (2020) Phenotype-Based Screening of Synthetic Cannabinoids in a Dravet Syndrome Zebrafish Model. Frontiers in pharmacology. 11:464
Oakes, J.A., Li, N., Wistow, B.R.C., Griffin, A., Barnard, L., Storbeck, K.H., Cunliffe, V.T., Krone, N.P. (2019) Ferredoxin 1b deficiency leads to testis disorganization, impaired spermatogenesis and feminization in zebrafish. Endocrinology. 160(10):2401-2416
Griffin, A.L., Jaishankar, P., Grandjean, J.M., Olson, S.H., Renslo, A.R., Baraban, S.C. (2019) Zebrafish studies identify serotonin receptors mediating antiepileptic activity in Dravet syndrome. Brain communications. 1:fcz008
Griffin, A., Hamling, K.R., Hong, S., Anvar, M., Lee, L.P., Baraban, S.C. (2018) Preclinical Animal Models for Dravet Syndrome: Seizure Phenotypes, Comorbidities and Drug Screening. Frontiers in pharmacology. 9:573
Griffin, A., Hamling, K.R., Knupp, K., Hong, S., Lee, L.P., Baraban, S.C. (2017) Clemizole and modulators of serotonin signalling suppress seizures in Dravet syndrome. Brain : a journal of neurology. 140(3):669-683
Griffin, A., Parajes, S., Weger, M., Zaucker, A., Taylor, A.E., O'Neil, D.M., Müller, F., Krone, N. (2016) Ferredoxin 1b (Fdx1b) is the essential mitochondrial redox partner for cortisol biosynthesis in zebrafish. Endocrinology. 157(3):1122-34
Parajes, S., Griffin, A., Taylor, A.E., Rose, I.T., Miguel-Escalada, I., Hadzhiev, Y., Arlt, W., Shackleton, C., Muller, F., and Krone, N. (2013) Redefining the initiation and maintenance of zebrafish interrenal steroidogenesis by characterizing the key enzyme Cyp11a2. Endocrinology. 154(8):2702-11
Kovacevic, I., Hu, J., Siehoff-Icking, A., Opitz, N., Griffin, A., Perkins, A.C., Munn, A.L., Müller-Esterl, W., Popp, R., Fleming, I., Jungblut, B., Hoffmeister, M., and Oess, S. (2012) The F-BAR protein NOSTRIN participates in FGF signal transduction and vascular development. The EMBO journal. 31(15):3309-3322