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Astyanax mexicanus surface and cavefish chromosome-scale assemblies for trait variation discovery

Warren WC, Rice ES, X M, Roback E, Keene A, Martin F, Ogeh D, Haggerty L, Carroll RA, McGaugh S, Rohner N. [published ahead or print May 2024]. G3 (Bethesda). 2024.

Host evolution shapes cavefish gut microbiome

Riddle MR, Nguyen NK, Nave M, Peuss R, Maldonado E, Rohner N, Tabin CJ. Ecol Evol. 2024;14:e11192.

Starvation resistant cavefish reveal conserved mechanisms of starvation-induced hepatic lipotoxicity

Pozo-Morales M, Cobham AE, Centola C, McKinney MC, Liu P, Perazzolo C, Lefort A, Libert F, Bai H, Rohner N, Singh SP. Life Sci Alliance 2024;7:e202302458 doi: 10.26508/lsa.202302458.

Compartmentalized ocular lymphatic system mediates eye-brain immunity

Yin X, Zhang S, Lee JH, Dong H, Mourgkos G, Terwilliger G, Kraus A, Geraldo LH, Poulet M, Fischer S, Zhou T, Mohammed FS, Zhou J, Wang Y, Malloy S, Rohner N, Sharma L, Salinas I, Eichmann A, Thomas JL, Saltzman WM, Huttner A, Zeiss C, Ring A, Iwasaki A, Song E. Nature. 2024.

3D spheroid culturing of Astyanax mexicanus liver-derived cell lines recapitulates distinct transcriptomic and metabolic states of in vivo tissue environment.

Biswas T, Rajendran N, Hassan H, Li H, Zhao C, Rohner N. [published ahead for print January 9 2024]. J Exp Zool B Mol Dev Evol. 2024.

Metabolic reprogramming underlies cavefish muscular endurance despite loss of muscle mass and contractility

Olsen L, Levy M, Medley JK, Hassan H, Miller B, Alexander R, Wilcock E, Yi K, Florens L, Weaver K, McKinney SA, Peuss R, Persons J, Kenzior A, Maldonado E, Delventhal K, Gluesenkamp A, Mager E, Coughlin D, Rohner N. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2023;120:e2204427120.

Reproductive seasonality of Astyanax mexicanus

Espinasa L, Rohner N, Retaux S.  Zool Res. 2023;44:698-700.

Phylogeographic relationships and morphological evolution between cave and surface Astyanax mexicanus populations (De Filippi 1853) (Actinopterygii, Characidae)

Garduno-Sanchez M, Hernandez-Lozano J, Moran RL, Miranda-Gamboa R, Gross JB, Rohner N, Elliott WR, Miller J, Lozano-Vilano L, McGaugh SE, Ornelas-Garcia CP.  Mol Ecol. 2023;32:5626-5644.

Cavefish mount a rapid and sustained regenerative response following skeletal muscle injury.

Olsen L, Hassan H, Xia F, Keaton S, Rohner N. Zool Res. 2023;44:776-778.

Selection-driven trait loss in independently evolved cavefish populations

Moran RL, Richards EJ, Ornelas-Garcia CP, Gross JB, Donny A, Wiese J, Keene AC, Kowalko JE, Rohner N, McGaugh SE. Nat Commun. 2023;14:2557 doi: 10.1038/s41467-023-37909-8.

Circadian rhythm disruption linked to skeletal muscle dysfunction in the Mexican Cavefish

Olsen L, Krishnan J, Banks C, Hassan H, Rohner N. Curr Biol. 2023;33:R255-R256.

Next generation plasmids for transgenesis in zebrafish and beyond

Kemmler CL, Moran HR, Murray BF, Scoresby A, Klem JR, Eckert RL, Lepovsky E, Bertho S, Nieuwenhuize S, Burger S, D'Agati G, Betz C, Puller AC, Felker A, Ditrychova K, Botschi S, Affolter M, Rohner N, Lovely CB, Kwan KM, Burger A, Mosimann C.[publihsed ahead of print March 29 2023]. Development. 2023.

Diet-induced loss of adipose hexokinase 2 correlates with hyperglycemia

Shimobashi M, Thomas A, Shetty S, Frei IC, Wolnerhanssen BK, Weissenberger D, Vandekeere A, Planque M, Dietz N, Ritz D, Meyer-Gerspach AC, Maier T, Hay N, Peterli R, Fendt SM, Rohner N, Hall MN. eLife. 2023;12:e85103. doi.org/85110.87554/eLife.85103.

Divergent evolutionary pathways for aggression and territoriality in Astyanax cavefish

Espinasa L, Collins E, Ornelas-Garcia CP, Retaux S, Rohner N, Rutkowski J.  Subterranean Biol. 2022;43:169-183.

Liver-derived cell lines from cavefish Astyanax mexicanus as an in vitro model for studying metabolic adaptation

Krishnan J, Wang Y, Kenzior O, Hassan H, Olsen L, Tsuchiya D, Kenzior A, Peuss R, Xiong S, Wang Y, Zhao C, Rohner N. Sci Rep. 2022;12:10115. doi: 10110.11038/s41598-10022-14507-10110.

The metabolome of Mexican cavefish shows a convergent signature highlighting sugar, antioxidant, and Ageing-Related metabolites

Medley JK, Persons J, Biswas T, Olsen L, Peuss R, Krishnan J, Xiong S, Rohner N. eLife. 2022;11:e74539. doi: 74510.77554/eLife.74539.

Genome-wide analysis of cis-regulatory changes in the metabolic adaptation of cavefish

Krishnan J, Seidel CW, Zhang N, Singh NP, VanCampen J, Peuss R, Xiong S, Kenzior A, Li H, Conaway JW, Rohner N. Nat Genet. 2022;54:684-693.

Enhanced lipogenesis through Ppary helps cavefish adapt to food scarcity

Xiong S, Wang W, Kenzior A, Olsen L, Krishnan J, Persons J, Medley K, Peuss R, Wang Y, Chen S, Zhang N, Thomas N, Miles JM, Sánchez Alvarado A, Rohner N. [published ahead of print April 8 2022].Curr Biol. 2022.

Hybridization underlies localized trait evolution in cavefish

Moran RL, Jaggard JB, Roback EY, Kenzior A, Rohner N, Kowalko JE, Ornelas-Garcia CP, McGaugh SE, Keene AC. iScience. 2022;25:103778. doi: 103710.101016/j.isci.102022.103778.
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A Generalist's Guide to Quantifying Swimming Behavior Within Traditional and Nontraditional Teleost Models

Olsen L, Alexander R, Krishnan J, Rohner N. In: W Wang, Y Wang, and N Rohner, eds. Emerging Model Organisms. New York, NY: Humana, New York, NY; 2023;194:263-272.

The cavefish Astyanax mexicanus

Rohner N. Nat Methods. 2023;20:948-950.

Establishment, long-term maintenance, and Characterization of Primary Liver Cells from Astyanax mexicanus

Rajendran N, Deng F, Wang Y, Kenzior O, Krishnan J, Biswas T, Parmely T, Rohner N, Zhao C. Curr Protoc. 2023;3:e736.

Emerging Model Organisms

Wang W, Rohner N, Wang Y, eds. Neuromethods, Springer Protocols: Humana Press. 2023.

Generation of mini-brains from hiPSCs

Wang Y, Tsuchiya D, Zhao C. In: W Wang, Y Wang, and N Rohner, eds. Emerging model organism. New York, New York: Humana, New Yor, NY; 2023;194:291-306.

Multiplexed Quantitative Proteomics Analysis of Developing Human Brain Organoids

Florens L, Saraf A, Hao Y, Zhang Y, Wang Y, Parmely TJ, Zhao C, Washburn MP. In: W Wang, Y Wang, and N Rohner, eds. Emerging Model Organisms; 2023;194:325-355.

Off the deep end: What can deep learning do for the gene expression field?

Raicu AM, Fay JC, Rohner N, Zeitlinger J, Arnosti DN. J Biol Chem. 2023;299:102760.

Poor eyesight reveals a new vision gene

Biswas T, Krishnan J, Rohner N. eLife. 2022;11 doi: 10.7554/eLife.81520.

Lipid metabolism in adaptation to extreme nutritional challenges

Olsen L, Thum E, Rohner N. Dev Cell. 2021;56:1417-1429.

Introduction to the special issue - cavefish - adaptation to the dark

Kowalko JE, Franz-Odendaal TA, Rohner N. J Exp Zoo Pt B Mol Dev Evol. 2020;334:393-396.

Dark world rises: The emergence of cavefish as a model for the study of evolution, development, behavior, and disease.

McGaugh SE, Kowalko JE, Duboue E, Lewis P, Franz-Odendaal TA, Rohner N, Gross JB, Keene AC. J Exp Zool Pt B Mol Dev Evol. 2020;334:397-404.

In the Spotlight-Early Career Researcher

Rohner N. J Exp Zool Pt B Mol Dev Evol. 2020;334:387-388.

Sweet fish: Fish models for the study of hyperglycemia and diabetes

Krishnan J, Rohner N. J Diabetes. 2019;11:193-203.

Evolution: A Dark Past

Rohner N. Curr Biol.2018;28:R1190-R1192

‘Out of the Dark’ Cavefish are Entering Biomedical Research

Rohner N.  Zebrafish, Medaka, and Other Small Fishes - New Model Animals in Biology, Medicine, and Beyond: Springer, Singapore; 2018:253-268.

Seeing a bright future for a blind fish

Gore AV, Rohner N, Retaux S, Jeffery WR. Dev Biol.2018;441:207-208.

Cavefish and the basis for eye loss

Krishnan J, Rohner N. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci.2017;372:20150487. doi: 20150410.20151098/rstb.20152015.20150487.

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