ZFIN ID: ZDB-LAB-110802-1
Cooper Lab
PI/Director: Cooper, Cynthia
Contact Person: Cooper, Cynthia
Email: cdcooper@vancouver.wsu.edu
URL:
Address: Science Programs School of Molecular Biosciences Washington State University, Vancouver Vancouver, WA 98686-9600
Country: United States
Phone: 360-546-9342
Fax: 360-546-9064
Line Designation: wv


GENOMIC FEATURES ORIGINATING FROM THIS LAB No data available


STATEMENT OF RESEARCH INTERESTS


LAB MEMBERS


ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS OF LAB MEMBERS
Peterson, K.A., Neuffer, S., Bean, M.E., New, L., Coffin, A.B., Cooper, C.D. (2019) Melanosome maturation proteins Oca2, Mitfa and Vps11 are differentially required for cisplatin resistance in zebrafish melanocytes. Experimental dermatology. 28(7):795-800
Cooper, C.D., Erickson, S.D., Yin, S., Moravec, T., Peh, B., Curran, K. (2018) Protein Kinase A Signaling Inhibits Iridophore Differentiation in Zebrafish. Journal of developmental biology. 6(4)
Cooper, C.D. (2017) Insights from zebrafish on human pigment cell disease and treatment. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 246(11):889-896
Lambert, M.J., Cochran, W.O., Wilde, B.M., Olsen, K.G., Cooper, C.D. (2015) Evidence for widespread subfunctionalization of splice forms in vertebrate genomes. Genome research. 25(5):624-32
Lambert, M.J., Olsen, K.G., Cooper, C.D. (2014) Gene duplication followed by exon structure divergence substitutes for alternative splicing in zebrafish. Gene. 546(2):271-6
Beirl, A.J., Linbo, T.H., Cobb, M.J., and Cooper, C.D. (2014) oca2 regulation of chromatophore differentiation and number is cell type specific in zebrafish. Pigment cell & melanoma research. 27(2):178-89
Clancey, L.F., Beirl, A.J., Linbo, T.H., and Cooper, C.D. (2013) Maintenance of Melanophore Morphology and Survival Is Cathepsin and vps11 Dependent in Zebrafish. PLoS One. 8(5):e65096