Publications and Acknowledgements


Please remember to acknowledge the contributions of the CDRF in your publications, presentations, posters and grant applications. Being able to report on the assistance the CDRF has provided to researchers helps us to secure the grant funding that supports our operation.

If the facility manager or research staff have provided technical and scientific advice beyond the routine, please consider them for authorship in your publications. See the ABRF guidelines for examples of when this is appropriate. Otherwise, a simple recognition in the acknowledgments section such as the following is requested:

“We thank Memorial University’s Cold-Ocean Deep-Sea Research Facility (CDRF) for their support with this work.”

You may also wish to acknowledge specific staff and describe the task they helped with if this work is not significant enough for authorship.

Please send us a copy of your paper or presentation. We also like to publicize the work we have participated in, which helps spread the word about your research!

CDRF Supported Publications

  1. Profiling the transcriptome response of Atlantic salmon head kidney to formalin-killed Renibacterium salmoninarum. Eslamloo, K.; Kumar, S.; Caballero-Solares, A.; Gnanagobal, H.; Santander, J.; and Rise, M., L. Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 98: 937-949. 3 2020.
  2. Aeromonas salmonicida infection kinetics and protective immune response to vaccination in sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria). Vasquez, I.; Cao, T.; Hossain, A.; Valderrama, K.; Gnanagobal, H.; Dang, M.; Leeuwis, R., H.; Ness, M.; Campbell, B.; Gendron, R.; Kao, K.; Westcott, J.; Gamperl, A., K.; and Santander, J. Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 104: 557-566. 9 2020.
  3. Effects of Vitamin D2 (Ergocalciferol) and D3 (Cholecalciferol) on Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) Primary Macrophage Immune Response to Aeromonas salmonicida subsp. salmonicida Infection. Soto-Dávila, M.; Valderrama, K.; Inkpen, S., M.; Hall, J., R.; Rise, M., L.; and Santander, J. Frontiers in Immunology, 10(January): 1-14. 2020.
  4. Transcriptomic profiling in fins of atlantic salmon parasitized with sea lice: evidence for an early imbalance between chalimus-induced immunomodulation and the host’s defense response. Umasuthan, N.; Xue, X.; Caballero-Solares, A.; Kumar, S.; Westcott, J., D.; Chen, Z.; Fast, M., D.; Skugor, S.; Nowak, B., F.; Taylor, R., G.; and Rise, M., L. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 21(7). 2020.
  5. Characterization and transcript expression analyses of Atlantic cod viperin. Eslamloo, K.; Ghorbani, A.; Xue, X.; Inkpen, S., M.; Larijani, M.; and Rise, M., L. Frontiers in Immunology, 10(MAR). 2019.
  6. A Novel 3-Dimensional Co-culture Method Reveals a Partial Mesenchymal to Epithelial Transition in Breast Cancer Cells Induced by Adipocytes. Pallegar, N., K.; Garland, C., J.; Mahendralingam, M.; Viloria-Petit, A., M.; and Christian, S., L. Journal of Mammary Gland Biology and Neoplasia, 24(1): 85-97. 2019.
  7. Vibrogen-2 vaccine trial in lumpfish (Cyclopterus lumpus) against Vibrio anguillarum. Chakraborty, S.; Cao, T.; Hossain, A.; Gnanagobal, H.; Vasquez, I.; Boyce, D.; and Santander, J. Journal of Fish Diseases, 42(7): 1057-1064. 2019.
  8. Aeromonas salmonicida infects Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) erythrocytes. Valderrama, K.; Soto-Dávila, M.; Segovia, C.; Vásquez, I.; Dang, M.; and Santander, J. Journal of Fish Diseases, 42(11): 1601-1608. 2019.
  9. Aeromonas salmonicidasubsp. SalmonicidaEarly infection and immune response of atlantic cod (Gadus morhuaL.) primary macrophages. Soto-Dávila, M.; Hossain, A.; Chakraborty, S.; Rise, M., L.; and Santander, J. Frontiers in Immunology, 10(JUN): 1-14. 2019.
  10. TAAR1 levels and sub-cellular distribution are cell line but not breast cancer subtype specific. Pitts, M., S.; McShane, J., N.; Hoener, M., C.; Christian, S., L.; and Berry, M., D. Histochemistry and Cell Biology, 152(2): 155-166. 2019.
  11. Discovery of microRNAs associated with the antiviral immune response of Atlantic cod macrophages. Eslamloo, K.; Inkpen, S., M.; Rise, M., L.; and Andreassen, R. Molecular Immunology, 93(November 2017): 152-161. 2018.
  12. CD24 induces changes to the surface receptors of B cell microvesicles with variable effects on their RNA and protein cargo. Ayre, D., C.; Chute, I., C.; Joy, A., P.; Barnett, D., A.; Hogan, A., M.; Grüll, M., P.; Peña-Castillo, L.; Lang, A., S.; Lewis, S., M.; and Christian, S., L. Scientific Reports, 7(1): 1-16. 2017.
  13. Transcriptome profiling of the antiviral immune response in Atlantic cod macrophages. Eslamloo, K.; Xue, X.; Booman, M.; Smith, N., C.; and Rise, M., L. Developmental & Comparative Immunology. 2016.
  14. The biodegradation of crude oil in the deep ocean. Prince, R., C.; Nash, G., W.; and Hill, S., J. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 7 2016.
  15. The external morphology of adult female Egrasilus labracis as shown using hexamethyldisilazane treated, uncoated specimens for scanning electron microscopy. Murray, H., M.; Hill, S., J.; and Ang, K., P. Microscopy Research and Technique, 00: 1-7. 2016.
  16. Dynamic regulation of CD24 expression and release of CD24-containing microvesicles in immature B cells in response to CD24 engagement. Ayre, D., C.; Elstner, M.; Smith, N., C.; Moores, E., S.; Hogan, A., M.; and Christian, S., L. Immunology, 146(2): 217-233. 2015.