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Ahn, Dae-gwon
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Affiliation: Robert Ho Lab
Address: Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy University of Chicago 1027 East 57th Street Chicago, IL 60637 USA
Country: United States
Phone: (773) 834-8422
Fax: (773) 834-3028
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
Role of T-box genes in zebrafish development.


PUBLICATIONS
Ahn, D., You, K.H., and Kim, C.H. (2012) Evolution of the Tbx6/16 Subfamily Genes in Vertebrates: Insights from Zebrafish. Mol. Biol. Evol.. 29(12):3959-3983
Kim, H.T., So, J.H., Jung, S.H., Ahn, D.G., Koh, W., Kim, N.S., Kim, S.H., Lee, S., and Kim, C.H. (2011) Cug2 is essential for normal mitotic control and CNS development in zebrafish. BMC Developmental Biology. 11(1):49
Kim, H.T., Lee, M.S., Choi, J.H., Jung, J.Y., Ahn, D.G., Yeo, S.Y., Choi, D.K., and Kim, C.H. (2011) The microcephaly gene aspm is involved in brain development in zebrafish. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 409(4):640-4
Ahn, D., and Ho, R.K. (2008) Tri-phasic expression of posterior Hox genes during development of pectoral fins in zebrafish: Implications for the evolution of vertebrate paired appendages. Developmental Biology. 322(1):220-233
Piotrowski, T., Ahn, D.-G., Schilling, T.F., Nair, S., Ruvinsky, I., Geisler, R., Rauch, G.-J., Haffter, P., Zon, L.I., Zhou, Y., Foott, H., Dawid, I.B., and Ho, R.K. (2003) The zebrafish van gogh mutation disrupts tbx1, which is involved in the DiGeorge deletion syndrome in humans. Development (Cambridge, England). 130(20):5043-5052
Ahn, D.-G., Kourakis, M.J., Rohde, L.A., Silver, L.M., and Ho, R.K. (2002) T-box gene tbx5 is essential for formation of the pectoral limb bud. Nature. 417(6890):754-758
Ahn, D., Ruvinsky, I., Oates, A.C., Silver, L.M., and Ho, R.K. (2000) tbx20, a new vertebrate T-box gene expressed in the cranial motor neurons and developing cardiovascular structures in zebrafish. Mechanisms of Development. 95(1-2):253-258
Ahn, D. and Gibson, G. (1999) Expression patterns of threespine stickleback hox genes and insights into the evolution of the vertebrate body axis. Development genes and evolution. 209(8):482-494

NON-ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS