ZFIN ID: ZDB-LAB-151008-5
Seok-Yong Choi Lab
PI/Director: Choi, Seok-Yong
Contact Person: Choi, Seok-Yong
Email: zebrafish@chonnam.ac.kr
URL: http://zfish.jnu.ac.kr
Address: Rm 104, Basic Research Bldg (M4) Dept. of Biomedical Sciences Chonnam National University Medical School 264 Seoyang-ro, Hwasun-eup, Hwasun-gun Jeonnam, Korea (ROK) 58128
Country: South Korea
Phone: +82-61-379-2673
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Line Designation: cms


GENOMIC FEATURES ORIGINATING FROM THIS LAB
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STATEMENT OF RESEARCH INTERESTS
The Choi laboratory studies molecular mechanisms of human genetic diseases and motile ciliogenesis using zebrafish as a model organism.


LAB MEMBERS
Lee, So-Hyun Post-Doc


ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS OF LAB MEMBERS
Jang, J.Y., Liang, T., Kim, M.K., Kang, K.W., Lee, B., Choi, S.Y. (2022) A Rapid and Noninvasive Method That Extracts Polymerase Chain Reaction-Ready Genomic DNA from Adult Zebrafish. Zebrafish. 19(4):160-164
Fortibui, M.M., Jang, M., Lee, S., Ryoo, I.J., Ahn, J.S., Ko, S.K., Kim, J. (2022) Near-Infrared Fluorescence Probe for Specific Detection of Acetylcholinesterase and Imaging in Live Cells and Zebrafish. ACS applied bio materials. 5(5):2232-2239
In Ka, H., Seo, H., Choi, Y., Kim, J., Cho, M., Choi, S.Y., Park, S., Han, S., An, J., Chung, H.S., Yang, Y., Kim, M.J. (2021) Loss of splicing factor IK impairs normal skeletal muscle development. BMC Biology. 19:44
Zhang, J., Chandrasekaran, G., Li, W., Kim, D.Y., Jeong, I.Y., Lee, S.H., Liang, T., Bae, J.Y., Choi, I., Kang, H., Maeng, J.S., Kim, M.K., Lee, T., Park, S.W., Kim, M.J., Kim, H.S., Ro, H., Bae, Y.C., Park, H.C., Choi, E.Y., Choi, S.Y. (2020) Wnt-PLC-IP3-Connexin-Ca2+ axis maintains ependymal motile cilia in zebrafish spinal cord. Nature communications. 11:1860
Nam, T.S., Zhang, J., Chandrasekaran, G., Jeong, I.Y., Li, W., Lee, S.H., Kang, K.W., Maeng, J.S., Kang, H., Shin, H.Y., Park, H.C., Kim, S., Choi, S.Y., Kim, M.K. (2019) A zebrafish model of nondystrophic myotonia with sodium channelopathy. Neuroscience letters. 714:134579
Jeong, J., Kim, K.H., Kim, D.Y., Chandrasekaran, G., Kim, M., Pagire, S.H., Dighe, M., Choi, E.Y., Bak, S.M., Kim, E.Y., Shin, M.G., Choi, S.Y., Ahn, J.H. (2019) Identification of new aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) antagonists using a zebrafish model. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry. 27(19):115014
Lee, S.H., Nam, T.S., Kim, K.H., Kim, J.H., Yoon, W., Heo, S.H., Kim, M.J., Shin, B.A., Perng, M.D., Choy, H.E., Jo, J., Kim, M.K., Choi, S.Y. (2017) Aggregation-prone GFAP mutation in Alexander disease validated using a zebrafish model. BMC neurology. 17:175
Lee, S.H., Nam, T.S., Li, W., Kim, J.H., Yoon, W., Choi, Y.D., Kim, K.H., Cai, H., Kim, M.J., Kim, C., Choy, H.E., Kim, N., Chay, K.O., Kim, M.K., Choi, S.Y. (2017) Functional validation of novel MKS3/TMEM67 mutations in COACH syndrome. Scientific Reports. 7:10222
Cho, S.J., Byun, D., Nam, T.S., Choi, S.Y., Lee, B.G., Kim, M.K., Kim, S. (2017) Zebrafish as an animal model in epilepsy studies with multichannel EEG recordings. Scientific Reports. 7:3099
Cho, S.J., Byun, D., Nam, T.S., Choi, S.Y., Lee, B.G., Kim, M.K., Kim, S. (2017) A 3D-Printed Sensor for Monitoring Biosignals in Small Animals. Journal of healthcare engineering. 2017:9053764
Lee, H.J., Yang, Y.J., Jeong, S., Lee, J.D., Choi, S.Y., Jung, D.W., Moon, I.S. (2016) Development of a vestibular schwannoma xenograft zebrafish model for in vivo antitumor drug screening. The Laryngoscope. 126(12):E409-E415
Nam, T.S., Li, W., Heo, S.H., Lee, K.H., Cho, A., Shin, J.H., Kim, Y.O., Chae, J.H., Kim, D.S., Kim, M.K., Choi, S.Y. (2015) A novel mutation in DNAJB6, p.(Phe91Leu), in childhood-onset LGMD1D with a severe phenotype. Neuromuscular disorders : NMD. 25(11):843-51
Cho, S.J., Nam, T.S., Byun, D., Choi, S.Y., Kim, M.K., Kim, S. (2015) Zebrafish Needle EMG: a New Tool for High-throughput Drug Screens. Journal of neurophysiology. 114(3):2065-70
Kim, K.H., Park, H.J., Kim, J.H., Kim, S., Williams, D.R., Kim, M.K., Jung, Y.D., Teraoka, H., Park, H.C., Choy, H.E., Shin, B.A., and Choi, S.Y. (2013) Cyp1a reporter zebrafish reveals target tissues for dioxin. Aquatic toxicology (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 134-135:57-65