QueeLim Ch'ng

2001 University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
"QueeLim Ch'ng"
Mean distance: 16.23 (cluster 11)


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Cynthia Kenyon grad student 2001 UCSF
 (Cell migration and pattern formation along the anteroposterior body axis of Caenorhabditis elegans.)
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Javer A, Currie M, Lee CW, et al. (2018) An open-source platform for analyzing and sharing worm-behavior data. Nature Methods. 15: 645-646
Fernandes de Abreu DA, Caballero A, Fardel P, et al. (2014) An insulin-to-insulin regulatory network orchestrates phenotypic specificity in development and physiology. Plos Genetics. 10: e1004225
Ch'ng Q. (2011) Selecting synaptic partners: GRASPing the role of UNC-6/netrin. Bmc Biology. 9: 43
Alcedo J, Maier W, Ch'ng Q. (2010) Sensory influence on homeostasis and lifespan: molecules and circuits. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 694: 197-210
Ch'ng Q, Sieburth D, Kaplan JM. (2008) Profiling synaptic proteins identifies regulators of insulin secretion and lifespan. Plos Genetics. 4: e1000283
Vashlishan AB, Madison JM, Dybbs M, et al. (2008) An RNAi screen identifies genes that regulate GABA synapses. Neuron. 58: 346-61
Sieburth D, Ch'ng Q, Dybbs M, et al. (2005) Systematic analysis of genes required for synapse structure and function. Nature. 436: 510-7
Ch'ng Q, Williams L, Lie YS, et al. (2003) Identification of genes that regulate a left-right asymmetric neuronal migration in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics. 164: 1355-67
Ch'ng Q, Kenyon C. (1999) egl-27 generates anteroposterior patterns of cell fusion in C. elegans by regulating Hox gene expression and Hox protein function. Development (Cambridge, England). 126: 3303-12
Herman MA, Ch'ng Q, Hettenbach SM, et al. (1999) EGL-27 is similar to a metastasis-associated factor and controls cell polarity and cell migration in C. elegans. Development (Cambridge, England). 126: 1055-64
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