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ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-040810-6
Zeng, Zhiqiang
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Affiliation: Zhiyuan Gong Lab
Address: Department of Biological Sciences The National University of Singapore 10 Kent Ridge Crescent Singapore, 119260 Singapore
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PUBLICATIONS
Wojciechowska, S., Zeng, Z., Lister, J.A., Ceol, C.J., Patton, E.E. (2016) Melanoma Regression and Recurrence in Zebrafish. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1451:143-53
Lundegaard, P.R., Anastasaki, C., Grant, N.J., Sillito, R.R., Zich, J., Zeng, Z., Paranthaman, K., Larsen, A.P., Armstrong, J.D., Porteous, D.J., Patton, E.E. (2015) MEK Inhibitors Reverse cAMP-Mediated Anxiety in Zebrafish. Chemistry & Biology. 22(10):1335-46
Zeng, Z., Johnson, S.L., Lister, J.A., Patton, E.E. (2015) Temperature-sensitive splicing of mitfa by an intron mutation in zebrafish. Pigment cell & melanoma research. 28(2):229-32
Lister, J.A., Capper, A., Zeng, Z., Mathers, M.E., Richardson, J., Paranthaman, K., Jackson, I.J., and Patton, E.E. (2014) A Conditional Zebrafish MITF Mutation Reveals MITF Levels Are Critical for Melanoma Promotion vs. Regression In Vivo. The Journal of investigative dermatology. 134(1):133-40
Zhou, L., Ishizaki, H., Spitzer, M., Taylor, K.L., Temperley, N.D., Johnson, S.L., Brear, P., Gautier, P., Zeng, Z., Mitchell, A., Narayan, V., McNeil, E.M., Melton, D.W., Smith, T.K., Tyers, M., Westwood, N.J., and Patton, E.E. (2012) ALDH2 Mediates 5-Nitrofuran Activity in Multiple Species. Chemistry & Biology. 19(7):883-892
Li, Z., Huang, X., Zhan, H., Zeng, Z., Li, C., Spitsbergen, J.M., Meierjohann, S., Schartl, M., and Gong, Z. (2012) Inducible and repressable oncogene-addicted hepatocellular carcinoma in Tet-on xmrk transgenic zebrafish. Journal of hepatology. 56(2):419-425
Taylor, K.L., Lister, J.A., Zeng, Z., Ishizaki, H., Anderson, C., Kelsh, R.N., Jackson, I.J., and Patton, E.E. (2011) Differentiated melanocyte cell division occurs in vivo and is promoted by mutations in Mitf. Development (Cambridge, England). 138(16):3579-89
Shu, X., Zeng, Z., Gautier, P., Lennon, A., Gakovic, M., Cheetham, M.E., Patton, E.E., and Wright, A.F. (2011) Knock-down of the Zebrafish Orthologue of the Retinitis Pigmentosa 2 (RP2) Gene Results in Retinal Degeneration. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 52(6):2960-6
Ishizaki, H., Spitzer, M., Wildenhain, J., Anastasaki, C., Zeng, Z., Dolma, S., Shaw, M., Madsen, E., Gitlin, J., Marais, R., Tyers, M., and Patton, E.E. (2010) Combined zebrafish-yeast chemical-genetic screens reveal gene-copper-nutrition interactions that modulate melanocyte pigmentation. Disease models & mechanisms. 3(9-10):639-651
Hong, N., Li, M., Zeng, Z., Yi, M., Deng, J., Gui, J., Winkler, C., Schartl, M., and Hong, Y. (2010) Accessibility of host cell lineages to medaka stem cells depends on genetic background and irradiation of recipient embryos. Cellular and molecular life sciences : CMLS. 67(7):1189-1202
Shu, X., Zeng, Z., Gautier, P., Lennon, A., Gakovic, M., Patton, E., and Wright, A. (2010) Zebrafish Rpgr is required for normal retinal development and plays a role in dynein-based retrograde transport processes. Human molecular genetics. 19(4):657-670
Zeng, Z., Richardson, J., Verduzco, D., Mitchell, D.L., and Patton, E.E. (2009) Zebrafish have a competent p53-dependent nucleotide excision repair pathway to resolve ultraviolet B-induced DNA damage in the skin. Zebrafish. 6(4):405-415
Zeng, Z., Liu, X., Seebah, S., and Gong, Z. (2005) Faithful expression of living color reporter genes in transgenic medaka under two tissue-specific zebrafish promoters. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 234(2):387-392

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