ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-200226-1
Grimes, Daniel T.
Email: dtgrimes@uoregon.edu
URL: http://grimes-lab.com
Affiliation: Grimes Lab
Address: Institute of Molecular Biology, Department of Biology, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, USA 97403
Country: United States
Phone: (541)-346-7996


Bearce, E.A., Grimes, D.T. (2020) On being the right shape: Roles for motile cilia and cerebrospinal fluid flow in body and spine morphology. Seminars in cell & developmental biology. 110:104-112
Grimes, D.T., Patterson, V.L., Luna-Arvizu, G., Schottenfeld-Roames, J., Irons, Z.H., Burdine, R.D. (2019) Left-right asymmetric heart jogging increases the robustness of dextral heart looping in zebrafish. Developmental Biology. 459(2):79-86
Grimes, D.T. (2019) Developmental Biology: Go with the Flow to Keep the Body Straight. Current biology : CB. 29:R101-R103
Harris, A., Siggers, P., Corrochano, S., Warr, N., Sagar, D., Grimes, D.T., Suzuki, M., Burdine, R.D., Cong, F., Koo, B.K., Clevers, H., Stévant, I., Nef, S., Wells, S., Brauner, R., Ben Rhouma, B., Belguith, N., Eozenou, C., Bignon-Topalovic, J., Bashamboo, A., McElreavey, K., Greenfield, A. (2018) ZNRF3 functions in mammalian sex determination by inhibiting canonical WNT signaling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 115(21):5474-5479
Grant, M.G., Patterson, V.L., Grimes, D.T., Burdine, R.D. (2017) Modeling Syndromic Congenital Heart Defects in Zebrafish. Current topics in developmental biology. 124:1-40
Burdine, R.D., Grimes, D.T. (2016) Antagonistic interactions in the zebrafish midline prior to the emergence of asymmetric gene expression are important for left-right patterning. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences. 371(1710)
Grimes, D.T., Boswell, C.W., Morante, N.F., Henkelman, R.M., Burdine, R.D., Ciruna, B. (2016) Zebrafish models of idiopathic scoliosis link cerebrospinal fluid flow defects to spine curvature. Science (New York, N.Y.). 352:1341-4
Jaffe, K.M., Grimes, D.T., Schottenfeld-Roames, J., Werner, M.E., Ku, T.J., Kim, S.K., Pelliccia, J.L., Morante, N.F., Mitchell, B.J., Burdine, R.D. (2016) c21orf59/kurly Controls Both Cilia Motility and Polarization. Cell Reports. 14(8):1841-9