Jeffrey J. Kelu

2018-2022 Randall King's College London, London, UK 
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Rice KL, Chan CM, Kelu JJ, et al. (2023) A Role for Two-Pore Channel Type 2 (TPC2)-Mediated Regulation of Membrane Contact Sites During Zebrafish Notochord Biogenesis? Contact (Thousand Oaks (Ventura County, Calif.)). 6: 25152564231211409
Hau HA, Kelu JJ, Ochala J, et al. (2023) Slow myosin heavy chain 1 is required for slow myofibril and muscle fibre growth but not for myofibril initiation. Developmental Biology
Attwaters M, Kelu JJ, Pipalia TG, et al. (2022) Real Time and Repeated Measurement of Skeletal Muscle Growth in Individual Live Zebrafish Subjected to Altered Electrical Activity. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Kelu JJ, Pipalia TG, Hughes SM. (2020) Circadian regulation of muscle growth independent of locomotor activity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Webb SE, Kelu JJ, Miller AL. (2019) Role of Two-Pore Channels in Embryonic Development and Cellular Differentiation. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology
Kelu JJ, Webb SE, Galione A, et al. (2018) Characterization of ADP-ribosyl cyclase 1-like (ARC1-like) activity and NAADP signaling during slow muscle cell development in zebrafish embryos. Developmental Biology
Kelu JJ, Webb SE, Galione A, et al. (2018) TPC2-mediated Casignaling is required for the establishment of synchronized activity in developing zebrafish primary motor neurons. Developmental Biology
Kelu JJ, Webb SE, Parrington J, et al. (2017) Ca(2+) release via two-pore channel type 2 (TPC2) is required for slow muscle cell myofibrillogenesis and myotomal patterning in intact zebrafish embryos. Developmental Biology
Kelu JJ, Chan HL, Webb SE, et al. (2015) Two-Pore Channel 2 activity is required for slow muscle cell-generated Ca (2+)signaling during myogenesis in intact zebrafish. The International Journal of Developmental Biology. 59: 313-325
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