SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2020

Hromowyk K.J.*, Talbot J.C.*, Martin B.L, Janssen P.M.L., and Amacher S.L. Muscle fusion mechanisms in slow and fast muscle fibers differ between embryonic and juvenile zebrafish. Developmental Biology (In Press) (* indicates equal contribution)

2019

Talbot J.C., Teets E.M., Ratnayake D., Phan D.Q., Currie P.D., and Amacher S.L. Muscle precursor cell movements in zebrafish are dynamic and require Six family genes. Development, 2019, 146(10).

2017

Berberoglu M.A., Gallagher T.L., Morrow Z.T., Talbot J.C., Tenente I.M., Langenau D.M., and Amacher S.L. Satellite-like cells contribute to pax7-dependent skeletal muscle repair in adult zebrafish. Developmental Biology, 2017, 424(2) 162-180.

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Morrow Z.T.*, Maxwell A.M.*, Hoshijima K., Talbot J.C., Grunwald D.J., and Amacher S.L. tbx6l and tbx16 are redundantly required for posterior paraxial mesoderm formation during zebrafish embryogenesis. Developmental Dynamics, 2017, 246(10) 759-769.

2016

Talbot J.C. and Maves L. Skeletal muscle fiber type: using insights from muscle developmental biology to dissect targets for susceptibility and resistance to muscle disease. WIRES Developmental Biology, 2016, 5(4), 518-534.

2014

Talbot J.C. and Amacher S.L. A streamlined CRISPR pipeline to reliably generate zebrafish frameshifting alleles. Zebrafish, 2014, 11(6), 583-585.