ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-101124-1
Robertson, Anne
Email: mdp09alr@sheffield.ac.uk
Affiliation: Renshaw Sheffield Lab
Address: Renshaw Laboratory, D18 MRC Centre for Developmental and Biomedical Genetics Firth Court Western Bank Sheffield, S10 2TN United Kingdom
Country: United Kingdom
Phone: 0114 222 2336


Hsu, J., Huang, H.T., Lee, C.T., Choudhuri, A., Wilson, N.K., Abraham, B.J., Moignard, V., Kucinski, I., Yu, S., Hyde, R.K., Tober, J., Cai, X., Li, Y., Guo, Y., Yang, S., Superdock, M., Trompouki, E., Calero-Nieto, F.J., Ghamari, A., Jiang, J., Gao, P., Gao, L., Nguyen, V., Robertson, A.L., Durand, E.M., Kathrein, K.L., Aifantis, I., Gerber, S.A., Tong, W., Tan, K., Cantor, A.B., Zhou, Y., Liu, P.P., Young, R.A., Gƶttgens, B., Speck, N.A., Zon, L.I. (2020) CHD7 and Runx1 interaction provides a braking mechanism for hematopoietic differentiation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 117(38):23626-23635
Isles, H.M., Herman, K.D., Robertson, A.L., Loynes, C.A., Prince, L.R., Elks, P.M., Renshaw, S.A. (2019) The CXCL12/CXCR4 Signaling Axis Retains Neutrophils at Inflammatory Sites in Zebrafish. Frontiers in immunology. 10:1784
Jones, C.N., Ellett, F., Robertson, A.L., Forrest, K.M., Judice, K., Balkovec, J.M., Springer, M., Markmann, J.F., Vyas, J.M., Warren, H.S., Irimia, D. (2019) Bifunctional Small Molecules Enhance Neutrophil Activities Against Aspergillus fumigatus in vivo and in vitro. Frontiers in immunology. 10:644
Loynes, C.A., Lee, J.A., Robertson, A.L., Steel, M.J., Ellett, F., Feng, Y., Levy, B.D., Whyte, M.K.B., Renshaw, S.A. (2018) PGE2 production at sites of tissue injury promotes an anti-inflammatory neutrophil phenotype and determines the outcome of inflammation resolution in vivo.. Science advances. 4:eaar8320
Robertson, A.L., Avagyan, S., Gansner, J.M., Zon, L.I. (2016) Understanding the regulation of vertebrate hematopoiesis and blood disorders: big lessons from a small fish. FEBS letters. 590(22):4016-4033
Robertson, A.L., Ogryzko, N.V., Henry, K.M., Loynes, C.A., Foulkes, M.J., Meloni, M.M., Wang, X., Ford, C., Jackson, M., Ingham, P.W., Wilson, H.L., Farrow, S.N., Solari, R., Flower, R.J., Jones, S., Whyte, M.K., Renshaw, S.A. (2016) Identification of benzopyrone as a common structural feature in compounds with anti-inflammatory activity in a zebrafish phenotypic screen. Disease models & mechanisms. 9(6):621-32
Ellett, F., Elks, P.M., Robertson, A.L., Ogryzko, N.V., Renshaw, S.A. (2015) Defining the phenotype of neutrophils following reverse migration in zebrafish. Journal of Leukocyte Biology. 98(6):975-81
Robertson, A.L., Holmes, G.R., Bojarczuk, A.N., Burgon, J., Loynes, C.A., Chimen, M., Sawtell, A.K., Hamza, B., Willson, J., Walmsley, S.R., Anderson, S.R., Coles, M.C., Farrow, S.N., Solari, R., Jones, S., Prince, L.R., Irimia, D., Rainger, G.E., Kadirkamanathan, V., Whyte, M.K., Renshaw, S.A. (2014) A zebrafish compound screen reveals modulation of neutrophil reverse migration as an anti-inflammatory mechanism. Science Translational Medicine. 6:225ra29
Burgon, J., Robertson, A.L., Sadiku, P., Wang, X., Hooper-Greenhill, E., Prince, L.R., Walker, P., Hoggett, E.E., Ward, J.R., Farrow, S.N., Zuercher, W.J., Jeffrey, P., Savage, C.O., Ingham, P.W., Hurlstone, A.F., Whyte, M.K., and Renshaw, S.A. (2014) Serum and Glucocorticoid-Regulated Kinase 1 Regulates Neutrophil Clearance during Inflammation Resolution. Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 192(4):1796-1805
Wang, X., Robertson, A.L., Li, J., Chai, R.J., Haishan, W., Sadiku, P., Ogryzko, N.V., Everett, M., Yoganathan, K., Luo, H.R., Renshaw, S.A., and Ingham, P.W. (2014) Inhibitors of neutrophil recruitment identified using transgenic zebrafish to screen a natural product library. Disease models & mechanisms. 7(1):163-169
Holmes, G.R., Anderson, S.R., Dixon, G., Robertson, A.L., Reyes-Aldasoro, C.C., Billings, S.A., Renshaw, S.A., and Kadirkamanathan, V. (2012) Repelled from the wound, or randomly dispersed? Reverse migration behaviour of neutrophils characterized by dynamic modelling. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface. 9(77):3229-3239