Eberhart Lab

University of Texas at Austin

Eberhart Lab. University of Texas at Austin. 2401 Speedway. Patterson Hall Room 522. Austin. Texas. 78712

C.B. Lovely, M. Rampersad, Y. Fernandes and J.K. Eberhart (2016) Gene-environment interactions in development and disease. WIREs Dev Biol, doi: 10.1002/wdev.247.

C.B. Lovely, Y. Fernandes and J.K. Eberhart (2016) Fishing for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Zebrafish as a model for ethanol teratogenesis. Zebrafish. 13, 391-398. PMC5035362

J.K. Eberhart and S.E. Parnell (2016) The genetics of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. Alcohol: Clinical and Experimental Research. 40, 1154-1165. PMC5125635

C.B. Lovely, M.E. Swartz, N. McCarthy, J.L. Norrie and J.K. Eberhart (2016) Bmp signaling mediates endoderm pouch morphogenesis by regulating Fgf signaling in the zebrafish. Development. 143, 2000-2011. PMC4920158

N. McCarthy, A. Sidik, J.Y. Bertrand and J.K. Eberhart (2016) An Fgf-Shh signaling hierarchy regulates early specification of the zebrafish skull. Developmental Biology. 415, 261-277. PMC4967541

N. McCarthy, J.S. Liu, A.M. Richarte, B. Eskiocak, C.B. Lovely, M.D. Tallquist, and J.K. Eberhart (2016) Pdgfra and Pdgfrb genetically interact during craniofacial development. Developmental Dynamics. 245, 641-652. PMC 4873473

C.B. Lovely, R.D. Nobles and J.K. Eberhart (2014) Developmental age strengthens barriers to ethanol accumulation in zebrafish. Alcohol 48, 595-602. PMC4163099

C.B. Lovely and J.K. Eberhart (2014) Catching a conserved mechanism of ethanol teratogenesis. Alcohol: Clinical and Experimental Research. 38, 2160-2163. PMC4147959

N. McCarthy and J.K. Eberhart (2014) Gene-ethanol interactions underlying Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 71, 2699-2706. PMC3931738

B.J. Beahm, K.W. Dehnert, N.L. Derr, J. Kuhn, J.K. Eberhart, D. Spillmann, S.L. Amacher and C.R. Bertozzi (2014) A visualizable chain-terminating inhibitor of glycosaminoglycan biosynthesis in developing zebrafish. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 53, 3347-52. PMC4029504

P. McGurk, C. Ben Lovely and J.K. Eberhart (2014) Analyzing craniofacial morphogenesis in zebrafish using 4D confocal microscopy. J Vis Exp. e51190.

M.E. Swartz, M. Ben Wells, M. Griffin, N. McCarthy, C. Ben Lovely, P. McGurk, J. Rozacky and J.K. Eberhart (2014) A screen of zebrafish mutants identifies ethanol-sensitive genetic loci. Alcohol: Clinical and Experimental Research. 38, 694-703. PMC3959233

K. Sheehan-Rooney, F. Zhao, M.E. Swartz, D. Liu and J.K. Eberhart. (2013) Ahsa1/Hsp90 activity confers more severe craniofacial phenotypes in a zebrafish model of HDR. Dis. Model Mech. 6, 1285-91. PMC3759348

N. McCarthy, L. Wetherill, C.B. Lovely, M.E. Swartz, T.M. Foroud and J.K. Eberhart. (2013) Pdgfra protects against ethanol-induced craniofacial defects in a zebrafish model of FASD. Development. 140, 3254-65. PMC3931738

-selected to be highlighted in a backgrounder “Drink, genes and craniofacial defects” for the issue

-requested write up for “the Node” website

-highlighted by ABMRF

J.K. Eberhart and R.A. Harris (2013) Understanding variability in ethanol teratogenicity. PNAS. 110, 5285-5286. PMC3619315

K. Sheehan-Rooney, M.E. Swartz, C.B. Lovely, M.J. Dixon and J.K. Eberhart (2013) Bmp and Shh signaling mediate the expression of satb2 in the pharyngeal arches. PLoS One. 8, e59533. PMC3605343

M.E. Swartz, V. Nguyen, N.Q. McCarthy and J.K. Eberhart. (2012) Hh signaling regulates patterning and morphogenesis of the pharyngeal arch-derived skeleton. Dev Biol. 369, 65-75. PMC3413459

M.E. Swartz, K. Sheehan-Rooney, M. Dixon and J.K. Eberhart. (2011) Examination of a palatogenic gene program in zebrafish. Dev. Dynamics. 240, 2204-2220. PMC3202344

X. He, Y.L. Yan, J.K. Eberhart, A. Herpin, T.U. Wagner, M. Schartl, J.H. Postlethwait. (2011) miR-196 regulates axial patterning and pectoral appendage initiation. Dev. Biol. 357, 463-477. PMC3164755

R.K. Tittle, R. Sze, A. Ng, R.J. Nuckels, M.E. Swartz, J.K. Eberhart, J.M. Gross. (2011) Uhrf1 and Dnmt1 are required for development and maintenance of the zebrafish lens. Dev. Biol. 350, 50-63. PMC3022120

K. Sheehan-Rooney, J.K. Eberhart, and M. Dixon. (2010) A cross-species analysis of Satb2 expression suggests deep conservation across vertebrate lineages. Dev. Dynamics. 239, 3481-3491. PMC3202344

X. He, J.K. Eberhart and J.H. Postlethwait (2009) MicroRNAs and micromanaging the skeleton in disease, development and evolution. J. Cell Mol. Med. 13, 606-618. PMC2828950

C.B. Kimmel and J.K. Eberhart (2008) The midline, oral ectoderm, and the arch-0 problem. Int. & Comp. Biol. 48, 668-680. PMC2889446

J.K. Eberhart, X. He, M.E. Swartz, Y-L. Yan, H. Song, T. Boling, A.K. Kunerth, M.B. Walker, C.B. Kimmel, and J.H. Postlethwait (2008) MicroRNA Mirn140 modulates Pdgf signaling during palatogenesis. Nat. Genet. 40, 290-298. PMC2747601

-Faculty of 1000: Recommended

C.T. Miller, M.E. Swartz, P.A. Khuu, M.B. Walker, J.K. Eberhart and C.B. Kimmel (2007) mef2ca is required in cranial neural crest to effect Endothelin1 signaling in zebrafish. Dev. Biol. 308, 144-157. PMC2148033.

M.R. Miller, T.S. Atwood, B.F. Eames, J.K. Eberhart, Y.L. Yan, J.H. Postlethwait and E.A. Johnson (2007) RAD marker microarrays enable rapid mapping of zebrafish mutations. Genome Biol. 8, R105. PMC2394753.

M.B. Walker, C.T. Miller, M.E. Swartz, J.K. Eberhart and C.B. Kimmel. (2007) phospholipase c, beta 3 is required for Endothelin1 regulation of pharyngeal arch patterning  in zebrafish. Dev. Biol. 304, 194-207. PMC1906931.

J.G. Crump, M.E. Swartz, J.K. Eberhart and C.B. Kimmel. (2006) moz-dependent hox expression controls segment-specific of skeletal precursors in the face. Development 133, 2661-2669.

J.K. Eberhart, M.E. Swartz, J.G. Crump and C.B. Kimmel.  (2006) Early Hedgehog signaling from neural to oral epithelium organizes anterior craniofacial development. Development 133, 1069-1077.

M. Sahin, P.L. Greer, M.Z. Lin, H. Poucher, J. Eberhart, S. Schmidt, T.M. Wright, S.M. Shamah, S. O'Connell, C.W. Cowan, L. Hu, J.L. Goldberg, A. Debant, G. Corfas, C.E. Krull and M.E. Greenberg. (2005) Eph-dependent tyrosine phosphorylation of ephexin1 modulates growth cone collapse. Neuron 46, 191-204.

J. Eberhart, J. Barr, S. O'Connell, A. Flagg, M.E. Swartz, K.S. Cramer, K.W. Tosney, E.B. Pasquale, and C.E. Krull. (2004) Ephrin-A5 exerts positive or inhibitory effects on distinct subsets of EphA4-positive motor neurons. J. Neurosci. 24, 1070-1078.

-Faculty of 1000: Recommended

J. Eberhart, M.E. Swartz, S.R. Koblar, E. B. Pasquale, and C. E. Krull. (2002) EphA4 Constitutes a Population-Specific Guidance Cue for Motor Neurons. Dev. Biol. 247, 89-101.

M. Swartz, J. Eberhart, G. S. Mastick, and C. E. Krull. (2001). Sparking new frontiers: Using in vivo electroporation for genetic manipulations. Dev. Biol. 233, 13-21.

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