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ZIRC
ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-090112-4
Singh, Sumeet Pal
Email: Sumeet_Pal.Singh@tu-dresden.de
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Affiliation: Ninov Lab
Address: CRTD / Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden - Cluster of Excellence Fetscherstraße 105, 01307 Dresden
Country: Germany
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Cox, B.D., De Simone, A., Tornini, V.A., Singh, S.P., Di Talia, S., Poss, K.D. (2018) In Toto Imaging of Dynamic Osteoblast Behaviors in Regenerating Skeletal Bone. Current biology : CB. 28(24):3937-3947.e4
Singh, S.P., Janjuha, S., Chaudhuri, S., Reinhardt, S., Kränkel, A., Dietz, S., Eugster, A., Bilgin, H., Korkmaz, S., Zararsız, G., Ninov, N., Reid, J.E. (2018) Machine learning based classification of cells into chronological stages using single-cell transcriptomics. Scientific Reports. 8:17156
Janjuha, S., Pal Singh, S., Ninov, N. (2018) Analysis of Beta-cell Function Using Single-cell Resolution Calcium Imaging in Zebrafish Islets. Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE. (137)
Janjuha, S., Singh, S.P., Tsakmaki, A., Mousavy-Gharavy, N., Murawala, P., Konantz, J., Birke, S., Hodson, D.J., Rutter, G., Bewick, G., Ninov, N.N. (2018) Age-related islet inflammation marks the proliferative decline of pancreatic beta-cells in zebrafish. eLIFE. 7
Singh, S.P., Janjuha, S., Hartmann, T., Kayisoglu, Ö., Konantz, J., Birke, S., Murawala, P., Alfar, E.A., Murata, K., Eugster, A., Tsuji, N., Morrissey, E.R., Brand, M., Ninov, N. (2017) Different developmental histories of beta-cells generate functional and proliferative heterogeneity during islet growth. Nature communications. 8:664
Singh, S.P., Holdway, J.E., and Poss, K.D. (2012) Regeneration of amputated zebrafish fin rays from de novo osteoblasts. Developmental Cell. 22(4):879-886
Wang, J., Panáková, D., Kikuchi, K., Holdway, J.E., Gemberling, M., Burris, J.S., Singh, S.P., Dickson, A.L., Lin, Y.F., Sabeh, M.K., Werdich, A.A., Yelon, D., MacRae, C.A., and Poss, K.D. (2011) The regenerative capacity of zebrafish reverses cardiac failure caused by genetic cardiomyocyte depletion. Development (Cambridge, England). 138(16):3421-30

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