Gareth J. Fraser
Gareth J. Fraser
Associate Professor, Department of Biology, University of Florida
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An ancient gene network is co-opted for teeth on old and new jaws
GJ Fraser, CD Hulsey, RF Bloomquist, K Uyesugi, NR Manley, ...
PLoS biology 7 (2), e1000031, 2009
Dental lamina as source of odontogenic stem cells: evolutionary origins and developmental control of tooth generation in gnathostomes
MM Smith, GJ Fraser, TA Mitsiadis
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2009
Conserved deployment of genes during odontogenesis across osteichthyans
GJ Fraser, A Graham, MM Smith
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
The odontode explosion: the origin of tooth‐like structures in vertebrates
GJ Fraser, R Cerny, V Soukup, M Bronner‐Fraser, JT Streelman
Bioessays 32 (9), 808-817, 2010
Effects of herbivory, nutrients, and reef protection on algal proliferation and coral growth on a tropical reef
DB Rasher, S Engel, V Bonito, GJ Fraser, JP Montoya, ME Hay
Oecologia 169, 187-198, 2012
Brain diversity evolves via differences in patterning
JB Sylvester, CA Rich, YHE Loh, MJ van Staaden, GJ Fraser, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (21), 9718-9723, 2010
A periodic pattern generator for dental diversity
GJ Fraser, RF Bloomquist, JT Streelman
BMC biology 6 (1), 1-15, 2008
Evolution and developmental diversity of tooth regeneration
AS Tucker, GJ Fraser
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 25, 71-80, 2014
Common developmental pathways link tooth shape to regeneration
GJ Fraser, RF Bloomquist, JT Streelman
Developmental biology 377 (2), 399-414, 2013
An ancient dental gene set governs development and continuous regeneration of teeth in sharks
LJ Rasch, KJ Martin, RL Cooper, BD Metscher, CJ Underwood, GJ Fraser
Developmental Biology 415 (2), 347-370, 2016
Developmental and evolutionary origins of the vertebrate dentition: molecular controls for spatio‐temporal organisation of tooth sites in osteichthyans
GJ Fraser, A Graham, MM Smith
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2006
Gene deployment for tooth replacement in the rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss): a developmental model for evolution of the osteichthyan dentition
GJ Fraser, BK Berkovitz, A Graham, MM Smith
Evolution & development 8 (5), 446-457, 2006
Development and evolution of dentition pattern and tooth order in the skates and rays (Batoidea; Chondrichthyes)
CJ Underwood, Z Johanson, M Welten, B Metscher, LJ Rasch, GJ Fraser, ...
PloS one 10 (4), e0122553, 2015
Sonic hedgehog signaling and development of the dentition
M Seppala, GJ Fraser, AA Birjandi, GM Xavier, MT Cobourne
Journal of developmental biology 5 (2), 6, 2017
Reiterative pattern of sonic hedgehog expression in the catshark dentition reveals a phylogenetic template for jawed vertebrates
MM Smith, GJ Fraser, N Chaplin, C Hobbs, A Graham
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1660), 1225-1233, 2009
An ancient Turing-like patterning mechanism regulates skin denticle development in sharks
RL Cooper, AP Thiery, AG Fletcher, DJ Delbarre, LJ Rasch, GJ Fraser
Science advances 4 (11), eaau5484, 2018
Sox2+ progenitors in sharks link taste development with the evolution of regenerative teeth from denticles
KJ Martin, LJ Rasch, RL Cooper, BD Metscher, Z Johanson, GJ Fraser
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (51), 14769-14774, 2016
Evolution and development of complex biomechanical systems: 300 million years of fish jaws
CD Hulsey, GJ Fraser, JT Streelman
Zebrafish 2 (4), 243-257, 2005
Replacing the first-generation dentition in pufferfish with a unique beak
GJ Fraser, R Britz, A Hall, Z Johanson, MM Smith
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (21), 8179-8184, 2012
Evolution of developmental pattern for vertebrate dentitions: an oro‐pharyngeal specific mechanism
GJ Fraser, M Meredith Smith
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2011
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