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Milena Rondón-Lagos, Nelson Rangel, Ludovica Verdun Di Cantogno, Laura Annaratone, Isabella Castellano, Rosalia Russo, Tilde Manetta, Caterina Marchiò, and Anna Sapino

Bourque G 2011 Molecular conservation of estrogen-response associated with cell cycle regulation, hormonal carcinogenesis and cancer in zebrafish and human cancer cell lines . BMC Medical Genomics 4 41 . ( doi:10

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Sara Molatore, Andrea Kügler, Martin Irmler, Tobias Wiedemann, Frauke Neff, Annette Feuchtinger, Johannes Beckers, Mercedes Robledo, Federico Roncaroli, and Natalia S Pellegata

may be used to test novel antitumor agents, but they do not recapitulate the tumor microenvironment and the interactions between stroma and cancer cells. Alternative models such as Drosophila , chick embryo chorioallantoic membrane and zebrafish are

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Douglas J Kojetin, Thomas P Burris, Elwood V Jensen, and Sohaib A Khan

zebrafish thyroid hormone receptor alpha . General and Comparative Endocrinology 155 176 – 189 . Tanenbaum DM Wang Y Williams SP Sigler PB 1998 Crystallographic comparison of the estrogen and progesterone receptor's ligand binding domains

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Catherine Zabkiewicz, Jeyna Resaul, Rachel Hargest, Wen Guo Jiang, and Lin Ye

:10.1016/j.cytogfr.2015.11.009 ) 10.1016/j.cytogfr.2015.11.009 de Boeck M Cui C Mulder AA Jost CR Ikeno S Ten Dijke P 2016 Smad6 determines BMP-regulated invasive behaviour of breast cancer cells in a zebrafish xenograft

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Kevin C Knower, Sarah Q To, Yuet-Kin Leung, Shuk-Mei Ho, and Colin D Clyne

). Fang X Thornton C Scheffler BE Willett KL 2013 Benzo[a]pyrene decreases global and gene specific DNA methylation during Zebrafish development . Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 36 40 – 50 . ( doi:10.1016/j.etap.2013

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M A Marcello, P Malandrino, J F M Almeida, M B Martins, L L Cunha, N E Bufalo, G Pellegriti, and L S Ward

BPA disrupts thyroid through mechanisms that are not yet well known. It seems to be a selective antagonist of the thyroid hormone receptor β isoform ( Zoeller et al . 2005 ), and recently it has been documented that in an in vivo model (zebrafish

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Claire E Fletcher, D Alwyn Dart, and Charlotte L Bevan

signalling in humans, being performed in zebrafish, rat breast tissue and mouse spleen ( Kovalchuk et al . 2007 , Cohen et al . 2008 , Dai et al . 2008 ), and to date only around 15 studies have examined estrogen regulation of miRs in human cells ( Iorio

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Miguel A Zaballos, Adrián Acuña-Ruiz, Marta Morante, Piero Crespo, and Pilar Santisteban

. 2013 ). IL17RD/SEF Interleukin 17 receptor D (IL17RD), also known as similar expression to FGF (SEF), was first identified as an antagonist of fibroblast growth factor (FGF) signaling during zebrafish development ( Tsang et al. 2002 ). SEF