ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-100913-1
Zhao, Zhonghua
Email: zhzhao.warner@gmail.com
Address: Developmental and Biomedical Genetics (PWI Group) Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology 61 Biopolis Drive Proteos, 138673 Singapore
Phone: +65 6586 9724

2010~ Research Fellow, Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Singapore
2006-2010 Ph.D., Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing China
1999-2006 Bachelor/Master, Shanxi University, Taiyuan, China

Research interests: specification of muscle and mechanism of the hedgehog signaling pathway

Poon, K.L., Wang, X., Lee, S.G., Ng, A.S., Goh, W.H., Zhao, Z., Al-Haddawi, M., Wang, H., Mathavan, S., Ingham, P.W., Mcginnis, C., Carney, T.J. (2017) Transgenic Zebrafish Reporter Lines as Alternative in vivo Organ Toxicity Models. Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology. 156(1):133-148
Zhao, Z., Lee, R.T., Pusapati, G.V., Iyu, A., Rohatgi, R., Ingham, P.W. (2016) An essential role for Grk2 in Hedgehog signalling downstream of Smoothened. EMBO reports. 17(5):739-52
van Impel, A., Zhao, Z., Hermkens, D.M., Roukens, M.G., Fischer, J.C., Peterson-Maduro, J., Duckers, H., Ober, E.A., Ingham, P.W., and Schulte-Merker, S. (2014) Divergence of zebrafish and mouse lymphatic cell fate specification pathways. Development (Cambridge, England). 141(6):1228-1238
Nachtergaele, S., Whalen, D.M., Mydock, L.K., Zhao, Z., Malinauskas, T., Krishnan, K., Ingham, P.W., Covey, D.F., Siebold, C., and Rohatgi, R. (2013) Structure and function of the Smoothened extracellular domain in vertebrate Hedgehog signaling. eLIFE. 2:e01340
Wang, X., Zhao, Z., Muller, J., Iyu, A., Khng, A.J., Guccione, E., Ruan, Y., and Ingham, P.W. (2013) Targeted inactivation and identification of targets of the Gli2a transcription factor in the zebrafish. Biology Open. 2(11):1203-1213
Maurya, A.K., Ben, J., Zhao, Z., Lee, R.T., Niah, W., Ng, A.S., Iyu, A., Yu, W., Elworthy, S., van Eeden, F.J., and Ingham, P.W. (2013) Positive and negative regulation of Gli activity by Kif7 in the zebrafish embryo. PLoS Genetics. 9(12):e1003955

1. The Skp1-like protein SSK1 is required for cross-pollen compatibility in S-RNase-based self-incompatibility.Zhao L, Huang J, Zhao Z, Li Q, Sims TL, Xue Y.Plant J. 2010 Apr 1;62(1):52-63.
2. 'A life or death decision' for pollen tubes in S-RNase-based self-incompatibility.
Chen G, Zhang B, Zhao Z, Sui Z, Zhang H, Xue Y. J Exp Bot. 2010 Apr;61(7):2027-37.
3. Roles of proteolysis in plant self-incompatibility. Zhang Y, Zhao Z, Xue Y. Annu Rev Plant Biol. 2009;60:21-42.