ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-080428-1
Szeto, Daniel P.
Email: szetod@purdue.edu
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Affiliation: Szeto Lab
Address: Department of Biological Sciences Purdue University 915 South State Street Lilly Hall Room 2-226 West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA
Country: United States
Phone: 765-496-9358
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Gao, J., Lyon, J.A., Szeto, D.P., and Chen, J. (2012) In vivo imaging and quantitative analysis of zebrafish embryos by digital holographic microscopy. Biomedical Optics Express. 3(10):2623-35
Seebald, J.L., and Szeto, D.P. (2011) Zebrafish eve1 regulates the lateral and ventral fates of mesodermal progenitor cells at the onset of gastrulation. Developmental Biology. 349(1):78-89
Wang, Y., Seebald, J.L., Szeto, D.P., and Irudayaraj, J. (2010) Biocompatibility and Biodistribution of Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Nanoprobes in Zebrafish Embryos: In vivo and Multiplex Imaging. ACS nano. 4(7):4039-4053
Bai, T., Seebald, J.L., Kim, K.E., Ding, H.M., Szeto, D.P., and Chang, H.C. (2010) Disruption of zebrafish cyclin G-associated kinase (GAK) function impairs the expression of Notch-dependent genes during neurogenesis and causes defects in neuronal development. BMC Developmental Biology. 10:7
Szeto, D.P., and Kimelman, D. (2006) The regulation of mesodermal progenitor cell commitment to somitogenesis subdivides the zebrafish body musculature into distinct domains. Genes & Development. 20(14):1923-1932
Cooper, M.S., Szeto, D.P., Sommers-Herivel, G., Topczewski, J., Solnica-Krezel, L., Kang, H.C., Johnson, I., and Kimelman, D. (2005) Visualizing morphogenesis in transgenic zebrafish embryos using BODIPY TR methyl ester dye as a vital counterstain for GFP. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 232(2):359-368
Szeto, D.P., and Kimelman, D. (2004) Combinatorial gene regulation by Bmp and Wnt in zebrafish posterior mesoderm formation. Development (Cambridge, England). 131(15):3751-3760
Szeto, D.P., Griffin, K.J.P., and Kimelman, D. (2002) hrT is required for cardiovascular development in zebrafish. Development (Cambridge, England). 129(21):5903-5101

NON-ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS