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Amro M. Hamdoun, PhD, University of California Davis

Affiliations: 
Marine Biology Scripps Institution of Oceanography, San Diego, California 
Area:
ABC Transporters
Website:
http://hamdounlab.ucsd.edu/
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Parents

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Gary  N. Cherr grad student 2003 UC Davis
 (Molecular physiology of stress tolerance in marine invertebrates: The heat shock response and multidrug resistance.)
David Epel post-doc Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University

Children

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Yoon Lee grad student 2020- Scripps Oceanography
Svenja Kling grad student 2021- Scripps Oceanography
Evan Tjeerdema grad student 2021- UCSD (Chemistry Tree)
Joseph Campanale grad student 2009-2015 Scripps Oceanography
Lauren Shipp grad student 2009-2015 BioCom Institute
Jose Espinoza grad student 2014-2021 Thermo Fisher
Katherine Nesbit grad student 2016-2021 San Diego State University
Catherine Schrankel post-doc 2017- Scripps Oceanography
Kristen E. Whalen post-doc 2011-2013 Haverford College (Marine Ecology Tree)
Tufan Gokirmak post-doc 2010-2016 Avidity Biosciences
Sascha Carsten Thomas Nicklisch post-doc 2012-2018 UC Davis (Chemistry Tree)
Himanshu Vyas post-doc 2018-2022 Rush Medical Center

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Geoffrey Chang collaborator 2010- UCSD (Chemistry Tree)
Adam M. Reitzel collaborator 2012- UNC Chapel Hill (Evolution Tree)
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Vyas H, Schrankel CS, Espinoza JA, et al. (2022) Generation of a homozygous mutant drug transporter (ABCB1) knockout line in the sea urchin Lytechinus pictus. Development (Cambridge, England). 149
Fleming TJ, Schrankel CS, Vyas H, et al. (2021) CRISPR/Cas9 mutagenesis reveals a role for ABCB1 in gut immune responses to Vibrio diazotrophicus in sea urchin larvae. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 224
Nicklisch SCT, Pouv AK, Rees SD, et al. (2021) Transporter-interfering chemicals inhibit P-glycoprotein of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Toxicology & Pharmacology : Cbp. 109101
Vacquier VD, Hamdoun A. (2021) New Techniques for Creating Parthenogenetic Larvae of the Sea Urchin Lytechinus pictus for Gene Expression Studies. Developmental Dynamics : An Official Publication of the American Association of Anatomists
Warner JF, Lord JW, Schreiter SA, et al. (2021) Chromosomal-level genome assembly of the painted sea urchin Lytechinus pictus, a genetically enabled model system for cell biology and embryonic development. Genome Biology and Evolution
Hamdoun A, Hellmich UA, Szakacs G, et al. (2021) The incredible diversity of structures and functions of ABC transporters. Febs Letters. 595: 671-674
Fleming TJ, Schrankel CS, Vyas H, et al. (2021) CRISPR/Cas9 mutagenesis reveals a role for ABCB1 in gut immune responses to in sea urchin larvae. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Schrankel CS, Hamdoun A. (2021) Early patterning of ABCB, ABCC, and ABCG transporters establishes unique territories of small molecule transport in embryonic mesoderm and endoderm. Developmental Biology. 472: 115-124
Nicklisch SCT, Hamdoun A. (2020) Disruption of small molecule transporter systems by Transporter-Interfering Chemicals (TICs). Febs Letters. 594: 4158-4185
Nesbit KT, Hamdoun A. (2020) Embryo, larval, and juvenile staging of Lytechinus pictus from fertilization through sexual maturation. Developmental Dynamics
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