Prolonged Dexamethasone Exposure Enhances Zebrafish Lateral-Line Regeneration But Disrupts Mitochondrial Homeostasis and Hair Cell Function
Saettele AL, Wong HC, Kindt KS, Warchol ME, Sheets L.
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 19 October 2022.
Lee DS, Schrader A, Warchol ME, Sheets L.
Hearing Research. 4 May 2022.
Mechanical overstimulation causes acute injury and synapse loss followed by fast recovery in lateral-line neuromasts of larval zebrafish
Holmgren M, Ravicz ME, Hancock KE, Strelkova O, Kallogjeri D, Indzhykulia AA, Warchol ME, and Sheets L.
Elife. 2021 Oct 19;10:e69264.
Influence of Mpv17 on Hair-Cell Mitochondrial Homeostasis, Synapse Integrity, and Vulnerability to Damage in the Zebrafish Lateral Line
Holmgren M and Sheets L.
Front. Cell. Neurosci., 03 August 2021.
Sheets L, Holmgren M, and Kindt KS.
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Volume 22, pages 215–235, 2021.
Using the zebrafish lateral line to understand the roles of mitochondria in sensorineural hearing loss
Holmgren M and Sheets L
Front. Cell Dev. Biol., 05 February 2021.
Macrophages Respond Rapidly to Ototoxic Injury of Lateral Line Hair Cells but Are Not Required for Hair Cell Regeneration
Warchol ME, Schrader A, Sheets L.
Front Cell Neurosci. 2021 Jan 8;14:613246.
Kindt KS and Sheets L
Front. Cell Dev. Biol., 11 September 2018.
Enlargement of ribbons in zebrafish hair cells increases calcium currents, but disrupts afferent spontaneous activity and timing of stimulus onset
Sheets L, He X, Olt J, Schreck M, Petralia RS, Wang Y, Zhang Q, Nicolson T, Marcotti W, Trapani JG, and Kindt KS.
The Journal of Neuroscience, 2017 Jun 28;37(26):6299-6313.
Ca2+ permeable AMPARs mediate glutamatergic transmission and excitotoxic damage at the hair cell ribbon synapse
Sebe J, Cho S, Sheets L, Rutherford MA, von Gersdorff H, and Raible D
The Journal of Neuroscience, 2017 Jun 21;37(25):6162-6175.
Excessive activation of ionotropic glutamate receptors induces apoptotic hair-cell death independent of afferent and efferent innervation
Scientific Reports. 2017 Jan 23;7:41102.
Synaptic ribbons require Ribeye for electron density, synaptic localization and proximity to calcium channels, but not for vesicle recruitment and neurotransmitter release
Lv C, Stewart WJ, Akanyeti O, Frederick C, Zhu J, Santos-Sacchi J, Sheets L, Liao JC, and Zenisek D.
Cell Reports, 2016, Jun 21;15(12):2784-95.
Characterization of Ribeye subunits in zebrafish hair cells reveals that exogenous Ribeye B-domain and CtBP1 localize to the basal ends of synaptic ribbons.
Sheets L, Hagen MW, Nicolson T.
PLoS ONE 2014 Sep 10; 9(9):e107256.
Presynaptic CaV1.3 channels regulate synaptic ribbon size and are required for synaptic maintenance in sensory hair cells.
Sheets L, Kindt KS, Nicolson T.
The Journal of Neuroscience 2012 Nov 28, 32(48):17211-17224.
Ribeye is required for presynaptic CaV1.3a channel localization and afferent innervation of sensory hair cells.
Sheets L, Trapani JG, Mo W, Obholzer N, Nicolson T.
Development 2011 Apr;138(7):1309-19.