1. Espenschied ST, Cronan MR, Matty MA, Mueller O, Redinbo MR, Tobin DM, Rawls JF. Epithelial delamination is protective during pharmaceutical-induced enteropathy. (2019). Proc Natl Acad Sci. Aug 7. pii: 201902596.
  2. Cronan MR, Tobin DM. Endogenous Tagging at the cdh1 Locus for Live Visualization of E-Cadherin Dynamics. (2019). Zebrafish. 16(3): 324-325.
  3. Jiang N, Rasmussen JP, Clanton JA, Rosenberg MF, Luedke KP, Cronan MR, Parker ED, Kim HJ, Vaughan JC, Sagasti A, Parrish JZ. A conserved morphogenetic mechanism for epidermal ensheathment of nociceptive sensory neurites. (2019). eLife. Mar 11(8): e42455.
  4. Matty MA, Knudsen DR, Beerman RW, Cronan MR, Hernández RE, Tobin DM.  Whole Animal Chemical Screening Identifies Modulation of P2RX7 as a Host-Directed Strategy for Control of Mycobacterial Infection. (2019). eLife. Jan 29(8): e39123.
  5. Cronan MR, Matty MA, Rosenberg AF, Blanc L, Pyle CJ, Espenschied ST, Rawls JF, Dartois V, Tobin DM. An Explant Technique for High-Resolution Imaging and Manipulation of Mycobacterial Granulomas. (2018). Nature Methods 15(12):1098-1107.Co-corresponding author with DMT.
  6. Walton EM, Cronan MR, Cambier CJ, Rossi A, Marass M, Foglia MD, Poss KD, Stainier DYR, Bertozzi CR, Tobin DM. Cyclopropane Modification of Trehalose Dimycolate drives Granuloma Angiogenesis and Mycobacterial Growth through Vegf Signaling. (2018). Cell Host and Microbe 24(4):514-525. Previewed by Uusi-Mäkelä and Rämet in Cell Host and Microbe. Featured in Editors’ Choice section of Science Signaling.
  7. Oehlers SH, Cronan MR, Beerman RW, Johnson MG, Huang J, Kontos CD, Stout JE, Tobin DM. Infection-Induced Vascular Permeability Aids Mycobacterial Growth. (2017). The Journal of Infectious Diseases 215(5):813-817. Featured on the cover.
  8. Cronan MR, Beerman RW, Rosenberg AF, Saelens JW, Johnson MG, Oehlers SH, Sisk DM, Jurcic Smith KL, Medvitz NA, Miller SE, Trinh LA, Fraser SE, Madden JF, Turner J, Stout JE, Lee S, Tobin DM. Macrophage Epithelial Reprogramming Underlies Mycobacterial Granuloma Formation and Promotes Infection. (2016). Immunity 45(4): 861-876. Previewed by Nathan in Immunity. Featured in Editors’ Choice section of Science and Science Translational Medicine. Recommended by Faculty of 1000.
  9. Cronan MR, Rosenberg AF, Oehlers SH, Saelens JW, Sisk DM, Jurcic Smith KL, Lee S, Tobin DM. CLARITY and PACT-based imaging of adult zebrafish and mouse for whole-animal analysis of infections. (2015). Disease Models and Mechanisms 8(12): 1643-50. Editors’ Choice, Co-corresponding author with DMT.
  10. Walton EM, Cronan MR, Beerman RW, Tobin DM. The Macrophage-Specific Promoter mfap4 Allows Live, Long-Term Analysis of Macrophage Behavior during Mycobacterial Infection in Zebrafish. (2015). PLoS One 10(10): e0138949.
  11. Oehlers, SH, Cronan, MR, Scott, NR, Thomas, MI, Okuda, KS, Walton, EM, Beerman, RW, Crosier, PS, Tobin, DM. Interception of host angiogenic signalling limits mycobacterial growth. (2015). Nature. 517(7536): 612-5 Featured in international press, including largest national newspapers in Australia and New Zealand.
  12. Matty, MA, Roca FJ, Cronan MR, Tobin, DM. Adventures within the speckled band: heterogeneity, angiogenesis and inflammatory balance in the tuberculous granuloma. (2015). Immunol Rev. 264(1): 276-87.
  13. Cronan, MR, and Tobin, DM. Fit for consumption: zebrafish as a model for tuberculosis.  (2014). Disease Models and Mechanisms 7(7): 777-84.
  14. Cronan, MR. Nakamura, K. Johnson, NL. Granger, DA. Cuevas, BD. Wang, JG. Mackman, N. Scott JE. Dohlman, HG. Johnson, GL. An In Vivo Screen to Identify MAP3Kinases Required for Metastasis of MDA-MB-231 cells. (2012) Oncogene 31(34): 3889-90.
  15. Strachan, RT. Sciaky, N. Cronan, MR. Kroeze, WK. Roth, BL. Genetic deletion of p90 ribosomal S6 kinase 2 alters patterns of 5-hydroxytryptamine 2A serotonin receptor functional selectivity.  (2010) Mol Pharmacol. 77(3): 327-38.
  16. Hall, DJ. Bates, ME. Guar, L. Cronan, M. Korpi, N. Bertics, PJ.  The role of p38 MAPK in rhinovirus-induced monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 production by monocytic-lineage cells.  (2005) J. Immunology 174(12):8056-63.
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