ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-180702-1
Kwon, Ronald
Email: ronkwon@uw.edu
Affiliation: Kwon Lab
Address: 325 Ninth Ave. Box 359798, Seattle WA 98104
Country: United States
Phone: 206 897 5906
Fax: 206 897 5611


Watson, C.J., Tang, W.J., Rojas, M.F., Fiedler, I.A.K., Morfin Montes de Oca, E., Cronrath, A.R., Callies, L.K., Swearer, A.A., Ahmed, A.R., Sethuraman, V., Addish, S., Farr, G.H., Gómez, A.E., Rai, J., Monstad-Rios, A.T., Gardiner, E.M., Karasik, D., Maves, L., Busse, B., Hsu, Y.H., Kwon, R.Y. (2022) wnt16 regulates spine and muscle morphogenesis through parallel signals from notochord and dermomyotome. PLoS Genetics. 18:e1010496
Tang, W.J., Watson, C.J., Olmstead, T., Allan, C.H., Kwon, R.Y. (2022) Single-cell resolution of MET- and EMT-like programs in osteoblasts during zebrafish fin regeneration. iScience. 25:103784
Troutwine, B.R., Gontarz, P., Konjikusic, M.J., Minowa, R., Monstad-Rios, A., Sepich, D.S., Kwon, R.Y., Solnica-Krezel, L., Gray, R.S. (2020) The Reissner Fiber Is Highly Dynamic In Vivo and Controls Morphogenesis of the Spine. Current biology : CB. 30(12):2353-2362.e3
Watson, C.J., Monstad-Rios, A.T., Bhimani, R.M., Gistelinck, C., Willaert, A., Coucke, P., Hsu, Y.H., Kwon, R.Y. (2020) Phenomics-Based Quantification of CRISPR-Induced Mosaicism in Zebrafish. Cell systems. 10:275-286.e5
Kwon, R.Y., Watson, C.J., Karasik, D. (2019) Using zebrafish to study skeletal genomics. Bone. 126:37-50
Gistelinck, C., Kwon, R.Y., Malfait, F., Symoens, S., Harris, M.P., Henke, K., Hawkins, M.B., Fisher, S., Sips, P., Guillemyn, B., Bek, J.W., Vermassen, P., De Saffel, H., Witten, P.E., Weis, M., De Paepe, A., Eyre, D.R., Willaert, A., Coucke, P.J. (2018) Zebrafish type I collagen mutants faithfully recapitulate human type I collagenopathies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 115(34):E8037-E8046
Hur, M., Gistelinck, C.A., Huber, P., Lee, J., Thompson, M.H., Monstad-Rios, A.T., Watson, C.J., McMenamin, S.K., Willaert, A., Parichy, D.M., Coucke, P., Kwon, R.Y. (2017) microCT-based phenomics in the zebrafish skeleton reveals virtues of deep phenotyping in a distributed organ system. eLIFE. 6
Wynd, B.M., Watson, C.J., Patil, K., Sanders, G.E., Kwon, R.Y. (2017) A Dynamic Anesthesia System for Long-Term Imaging in Adult Zebrafish. Zebrafish. 14(1):1-7