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Masino, Mark A.
Email: masino@umn.edu
URL: http://neurosci.umn.edu/bio/department-of-neuroscience/mark-masino
Affiliation: Masino Lab
Address: Department of Neuroscience University of Minnesota 3-145 Jackson Hall Minneapolis, MN 55455
Phone: 612-625-4412
Fax: 612-626-5009


Montgomery, J.E., Wahlstrom-Helgren, S., Vanpelt, K.T., Masino, M.A. (2021) Repetitive optogenetic stimulation of glutamatergic neurons: An alternative to NMDA treatment for generating locomotor activity in spinalized zebrafish larvae. Physiological Reports. 9:e14774
Koleilat, A., Dugdale, J.A., Christenson, T.A., Bellah, J.L., Lambert, A.M., Masino, M.A., Ekker, S.C., Schimmenti, L.A. (2020) L-type voltage-gated calcium channel agonists mitigate hearing loss and modify ribbon synapse morphology in the zebrafish model of Usher syndrome type 1. Disease models & mechanisms. 13(11):
Wahlstrom-Helgren, S., Montgomery, J.E., Vanpelt, K.T., Biltz, S.L., Peck, J.H., Masino, M.A. (2019) Glutamate receptor subtypes differentially contribute to optogenetically-activated swimming in spinally-transected zebrafish larvae. Journal of neurophysiology. 122(6):2414-2426
Tye, M., Masino, M.A. (2019) Dietary Contaminants and Their Effects on Zebrafish Embryos. Toxics. 7(3):
Montgomery, J.E., Wahlstrom-Helgren, S., Wiggin, T.D., Corwin, B.M., Lillesaar, C., Masino, M.A. (2018) Intraspinal serotonergic signaling suppresses locomotor activity in larval zebrafish. Developmental Neurobiology.
Tye, M.T., Montgomery, J.E., Hobbs, M.R., Vanpelt, K.T., Masino, M.A. (2018) An Adult Zebrafish Diet Contaminated with Chromium Reduces the Viability of Progeny. Zebrafish. 15(2):179-187