Kryn Stankunas, Ph.D.

2003 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Molecular Biology, Genetics
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Gerald Crabtree grad student 2003 Stanford
 (Conditional protein alleles using knock-in mice and a chemical inducer of dimerization.)
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Bosada FM, Devasthali V, Jones KA, et al. (2016) Wnt/β-catenin signaling enables developmental transitions during valvulogenesis. Development (Cambridge, England)
Akerberg BN, Sarangam ML, Stankunas K. (2015) Endocardial Brg1 disruption illustrates the developmental origins of semilunar valve disease. Developmental Biology. 407: 158-72
Chen HI, Sharma B, Akerberg BN, et al. (2014) The sinus venosus contributes to coronary vasculature through VEGFC-stimulated angiogenesis. Development (Cambridge, England). 141: 4500-12
Akerberg AA, Stewart S, Stankunas K. (2014) Spatial and temporal control of transgene expression in zebrafish. Plos One. 9: e92217
Stewart S, Gomez AW, Armstrong BE, et al. (2014) Sequential and opposing activities of Wnt and BMP coordinate zebrafish bone regeneration. Cell Reports. 6: 482-98
Gay L, Karfilis KV, Miller MR, et al. (2014) Applying thiouracil tagging to mouse transcriptome analysis. Nature Protocols. 9: 410-20
Xiong Y, Li W, Shang C, et al. (2013) Brg1 governs a positive feedback circuit in the hair follicle for tissue regeneration and repair. Developmental Cell. 25: 169-81
Li W, Xiong Y, Shang C, et al. (2013) Brg1 governs distinct pathways to direct multiple aspects of mammalian neural crest cell development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 1738-43
Gay L, Miller MR, Ventura PB, et al. (2013) Mouse TU tagging: a chemical/genetic intersectional method for purifying cell type-specific nascent RNA. Genes & Development. 27: 98-115
Stewart S, Stankunas K. (2012) Limited dedifferentiation provides replacement tissue during zebrafish fin regeneration. Developmental Biology. 365: 339-49
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