Articles in the area of Diabetic Metabolic Memory using a Type I Diabetes mellitus adult
zebrafish disease model developed by the Intine/Sarras laboratory.
Published to date:
Ansgar Olsen, Michael P. Sarras, Jr, and Robert Intine. Impaired limb regeneration in a
Zebrafish model of Diabetes. J. Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration. 2010,
Ansgar S. Olsen, Michael P. Sarras Jr, Alexey Leontovich, and Robert V. Intine. The
heritable transmission of diabetic metabolic memory in zebrafish correlates with
DNA hypomethylation and aberrant gene expression. Diabetes. 2012,
Robert V. Intine and Michael P. Sarras Jr. Metabolic Memory and Chronic Diabetes
Complications: Potential Role for Epigenetic Mechanisms. Curr Diab Rep (In
press and to publish in 2012).
Submitted and currently under review:
Michael. P. Sarras Jr., Alexey. A. Leontovich, Ansgar. S. Olsen, and Robert. V. Intine.
Impaired tissue regeneration corresponds with altered expression of
developmental genes that persists in the metabolic memory state of diabetic
Pisano, G, Intine, RV., Sarras, M.P. Jr. An Assay for Lateral Line Regeneration in Adult
Zebrafish and Its Application to Adult Zebrafish Disease Models (Submitted).
Robert V. Intine and Michael P. Sarras Jr. A zebrafish model of diabetes mellitus and
metabolic Memory (Submitted).