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Michel, M. E., Wen, C. C., Yee, S. W., Giacomini, K. M., Hamdoun, A., & Nicklisch, S. C. T. (2023). TICBase : Integrated Resource for Data on Drug and Environmental Chemical Interactions with Mammalian Drug Transporters. Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, cpt.3036.
Lee, Y., Tjeerdema, E., Kling, S., Chang, N., & Hamdoun, A. (2023). Solute carrier (SLC) expression reveals skeletogenic cell diversity. Developmental Biology, 503, 68–82.
Vyas, H., Schrankel, C. S., Espinoza, J. A., Mitchell, K. L., Nesbit, K. T., Jackson, E., Chang, N., Lee, Y., Warner, J., Reitzel, A., Lyons, D. C., & Hamdoun, A. (2022). Generation of a homozygous mutant drug transporter (ABCB1) knockout line in the sea urchin Lytechinus pictus. Development, 149(11), 7.
Nicklisch, S. C. T., Pouv, A. K., Rees, S. D., McGrath, A. P., Chang, G., & Hamdoun, A. (2021). Transporter-interfering chemicals inhibit P-glycoprotein of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C-Toxicology & Pharmacology, 248, 10.
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Warner, J. F., Lord, J. W., Schreiter, S. A., Nesbit, K. T., Hamdoun, A., & Lyons, D. C. (2021). Chromosomal-level genome assembly of the painted sea urchin Lytechinus pictus: A genetically enabled model system for cell biology and embryonic development. Genome Biology and Evolution, 13(4).
Schrankel, C. S., & Hamdoun, A. (2021). Early patterning of ABCB, ABCC, and ABCG transporters establishes unique territories of small molecule transport in embryonic mesoderm and endoderm. Developmental Biology, 472, 115–124.
Fleming, T. J., Schrankel, C. S., Vyas, H., Rosenblatt, H. D., & Hamdoun, A. (2021). CRISPR/Cas9 mutagenesis reveals a role for ABCB1 in gut immune responses to Vibrio diazotrophicus in sea urchin larvae. Journal of Experimental Biology, 224(7).
Nicklisch, S. C. T., & Hamdoun, A. (2020). Disruption of small molecule transporter systems by Transporter-Interfering Chemicals (TICs). Febs Letters, 594(23), 4158–4185.
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Li, A. F., Espinoza, J., & Hamdoun, A. (2020). Inhibitory effects of neurotoxin beta-N-methylamino-L-alanine on fertilization and early development of the sea urchin Lytechinus pictus. Aquatic Toxicology, 221.
Gordon, W. E., Espinoza, J. A., Leerberg, D. M., Yelon, D., & Hamdoun, A. (2019). Xenobiotic transporter activity in zebrafish embryo ionocytes. Aquatic Toxicology, 212, 88–97.
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Barron, M. E., Thies, A. B., Espinoza, J. A., Barott, K. L., Hamdoun, A., & Tresguerres, M. (2018). A vesicular Na+/Ca2+ exchanger in coral calcifying cells. PLOS ONE, 13(10).
Mascuch, S. J., Boudreau, P. D., Carland, T. M., Pierce, N. T., Olson, J., Hensler, M. E., Choi, H., Campanale, J., Hamdoun, A., Nizet, V., Gerwick, W. H., Gaasterland, T., & Gerwick, L. (2018). Marine natural product honaucin A attenuates inflammation by activating the Nrf2-ARE pathway. Journal of Natural Products, 81(3), 506–514.
Nicklisch, S. C. T., Bonito, L. T., Sandin, S., & Hamdoun, A. (2017). Mercury levels of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) are associated with capture location. Environmental Pollution, 229, 87–93.
Nicklisch, S. C. T., Bonito, L. T., Sandin, S., & Hamdoun, A. (2017). Geographic differences in persistent organic pollutant levels of yellowfin tuna. Environ Health Perspect, 125(6), 067014.
Gokirmak, T., Campanale, J. P., Reitzel, A. M., Shipp, L. E., Moy, G. W., & Hamdoun, A. (2016). Functional diversification of sea urchin ABCC1 (MRP1) by alternative splicing. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology, 310(11), C911–C920.
Nicklisch, S. C. T., Rees, S. D., McGrath, A. P., Gökirmak, T., Bonito, L. T., Vermeer, L. M., Cregger, C., Loewen, G., Sandin, S., Chang, G., & Hamdoun, A. (2016). Global marine pollutants inhibit P-glycoprotein: Environmental levels, inhibitory effects, and cocrystal structure. Science Advances, 2(4).
Bonito, L. T., Hamdoun, A., & Sandin, S. A. (2016). Evaluation of the global impacts of mitigation on persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic pollutants in marine fish. PeerJ, 4.
Shipp, L. E., Hill, R. Z., Moy, G. W., Gokirmak, T., & Hamdoun, A. (2015). ABCC5 is required for cAMP-mediated hindgut invagination in sea urchin embryos. Development, 142(20), 3537–3548.
Gokirmak, T., Shipp, L. E., Campanale, J. P., Nicklisch, S. C. T., & Hamdoun, A. (2014). Transport in technicolor: Mapping ATP-binding cassette transporters in sea urchin embryos. Molecular Reproduction and Development, 81(9), 778–793.
Swartz, S. Z., Reich, A. M., Oulhen, N., Raz, T., Milos, P. M., Campanale, J. P., Hamdoun, A., & Wessel, G. M. (2014). Deadenylase depletion protects inherited mRNAs in primordial germ cells. Development, 141(16), 3134–3142.
Campanale, J. P., Gokirmak, T., Espinoza, J. A., Oulhen, N., Wessel, G. M., & Hamdoun, A. (2014). Migration of sea urchin primordial germ cells. Developmental Dynamics, 243(7), 917–927.
Cole, B. J., Hamdoun, A., & Epel, D. (2013). Cost, effectiveness and environmental relevance of multidrug transporters in sea urchin embryos. Journal of Experimental Biology, 216(20), 3896–3905.
Gokirmak, T., Campanale, J. P., Shipp, L. E., Moy, G. W., Tao, H. C., & Hamdoun, A. (2012). Localization and Substrate Selectivity of Sea Urchin Multidrug (MDR) Efflux Transporters. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 287(52), 43876–43883.
Whalen, K., Reitzel, A. M., & Hamdoun, A. (2012). Actin polymerization controls the activation of multidrug efflux at fertilization by translocation and fine-scale positioning of ABCB1 on microvilli. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 23(18), 3663–3672.
Shipp, L. E., & Hamdoun, A. (2012). ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporter expression and localization in sea urchin development. Developmental Dynamics, 241(6), 1111–1124.
Campanale, J. P., & Hamdoun, A. (2012). Programmed reduction of ABC transporter activity in sea urchin germline progenitors. Development, 139(4), 783–792.
Patel, S., Ramakrishnan, L., Rahman, T., Hamdoun, A., Marchant, J. S., Taylor, C. W., & Brailoiu, E. (2011). The endo-lysosomal system as an NAADP-sensitive acidic Ca(2+) store: Role for the two-pore channels. Cell Calcium, 50(2), 157–167.
Bosnjak, I., Uhlinger, K. R., Heim, W., Smital, T., Franekic-Colic, J., Coale, K., Epel, D., & Hamdoun, A. (2009). Multidrug Efflux Transporters Limit Accumulation of Inorganic, but Not Organic, Mercury in Sea Urchin Embryos. Environmental Science & Technology, 43(21), 8374–8380.
Hamdoun, A. (2009). Reduced intracellular accumulation of calcein by overexpression of fluorescent protein fusions of the multidrug transporter Sp-ABCB1a, in sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus) embryos. Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory Bulletin, 48, 59–62.
Epel, D., Luckenbach, T., Stevenson, C. N., Macmanus-Spencer, L. A., Hamdoun, A., & Smital, T. (2008). Efflux transporters: Newly appreciated roles in protection against pollutants. Environmental Science & Technology, 42(11), 3914–3920.
Hamdoun, A., & Epel, D. (2007). Embryo stability and vulnerability in an always changing world. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 104(6), 1745–1750.
Roepke, T. A., Hamdoun, A. M., & Cherr, G. N. (2006). Increase in multidrug transport activity is associated with oocyte maturation in sea stars. Development Growth & Differentiation, 48(9), 559–573.
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