Michael R. Taylor, PhD

    Michael R. Taylor, PhD

    Assistant Member, St. Jude Faculty

    Departments

    Chemical Biology & Therapeutics

    Contact Information

    Michael Taylor, PhD
    Chemical Biology & Therapeutics
    MS 1000, Room E-9055
    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
    262 Danny Thomas Place
    Memphis, TN 38105-3678
    Email: michael.taylor@stjude.org
    Phone: (901) 595-6269
    FAX: (901) 595-5715

    Education

    PhD – University of Washington, Seattle (2002)


    Research Interests


    Selected Publications

    Lessman CA, Taylor MR, Orisme W, Carver EA. Use of flatbed transparency scanners in zebrafish research: versatile and economical adjuncts to traditional imaging tools for the danio rerio laboratory. Methods Cell Biol 100:295-322, 2010.

    Ju B, Spitsbergen J, Eden CJ, Taylor MR, Chen W. Co-activation of hedgehog and AKT pathways promote tumorigenesis in zebrafish. Mol Cancer 8(40):1-6, 2009.

    Baraban SC, Dinday MT, Castro PA, Chege S, Guyenet S, Taylor MR. A large-scale mutagenesis screen to identify seizure-resistant zebrafish. Epilepsia 48:1151-7, 2007.

    Kennedy BN, Alvarez Y, Brockerhoff SE, Stearns GW, Sapetto-Rebow B, Taylor MR, Hurley JB. Identification of a zebrafish cone photoreceptor-specific promoter and genetic rescue of achromatopsia in the nof mutant. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 48:522-9, 2007.

    Baraban SC, Taylor MR, Castro PA, Baier H. Pentylenetetrazole induced changes in zebrafish behavior, neural activity, and c-fos expression. Neuroscience 131:759-68, 2005.

    Taylor MR, Kikkawa S, Ramamurthy V, Kawakami K, Brockerhoff SE.The Zebrafish pob gene encodes a novel protein required for survival of red cone photoreceptor cells. Genetics 170:263-73, 2005.

    Taylor MR, Hurley JB, Van Epps HA, Brockerhoff SE. A zebrafish model for pyruvate dehydrogenase deficiency: rescue of neurological dysfunction and embryonic lethality using a ketogenic diet. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 101:4584-9, 2004.

    Brockerhoff SE, Rieke F, Matthews HR, Taylor MR, Cilluffo MC, Fain GL, Ankoudinova I, Xiao M, Niemi GA, Tucker CL, Hurley JB. Light stimulates a transducin-independent increase of cytoplasmic Ca2+ and a suppression of current in cones from the zebrafish mutant nof. J. Neurosci. 23:470-80, 2003.

    Taylor MR, Van Epps HA, Kennedy MJ, Saari JC, Hurley JB, Brockerhoff SE. Biochemical analysis of phototransduction and visual cycle in zebrafish larvae. Methods in Enzymology 316:536-57, 2000.

    Newburg DS, Peterson JA, Ruiz-Palacios GM, Matson DO, Morrow AL, Shults J, Guerrero MD, Chaturvedi P, Newburg SO, Scallan CD, Taylor MR, Ceriani RL, Pickering LK. Role of human-milk lactadherin in protection against symptomatic rotavirus infection. Lancet 351:1160-4, 1998.

    Taylor MR, Couto JR, Scallan CD, Ceriani RL, Peterson JA. Lactadherin (formerly BA46), a membrane-associated glycoprotein expressed in human milk and breast carcinomas, promotes Arg-Gly-Asp (RGD)-dependent cell adhesion. DNA Cell Biol 16:861-9. 1997.

    Taylor MR, Peterson JA, Ceriani RL, Couto JR. Cloning and sequence analysis of human butyrophilin reveals a potential receptor function. Biochim Biophys Acta 1306:1-4, 1996.

    Couto JR, Taylor MR, Godwin SG, Ceriani RL, Peterson JA. Cloning and sequence analysis of human breast epithelial antigen BA46 reveals an RGD cell adhesion sequence presented on an epidermal growth factor-like domain. DNA Cell Biol 15:281-6, 1996.

    Peterson JA, Couto JR, Taylor MR, Ceriani RL. Selection of tumor-specific epitopes on target antigens for radioimmunotherapy of breast cancer. Cancer Res 55:5847-51, 1995.

    Last updated: March 2011