PUBLICATIONS (FROM CW LAB)

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CHENG RK*, TAN XMJ*, CHUA KX, TAN JXC, WEE CL§. "OSMOTIC STRESS UNCOVERS CORRELATIONS AND DISSOCIATIONS BETWEEN ZEBRAFISH ANXIETY ENDOPHENOTYPES"

FRONTIERS IN MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE, 2022

Short companion primary research report for the review article below, also published Frontiers special topic: Using Zebrafish to Investigate Normal Development and Function of the Nervous System: How nervous system disorders occur and testing of potential therapeutic approaches


Jazlynn Tan and Ruey-Kuang Cheng (senior research fellow) share joint first authorship for developing, validating and analyzing data from the multiple behavioral assays utilized. Also featured is a new machine-based analysis method that Jazlynn developed for quantifying food intake via gut fluorescence (analysis code on our lab's GitHub). Kai Xin Chua (research officer) conducted all experiments. Cheryl Tan was a SGUnited trainee turned research officer who helped perform and optimize initial pilot experiments. 

TAN XMJ, ANG JWR, WEE CL§. "LARVAL ZEBRAFISH AS A MODEL FOR MECHANISTIC DISCOVERY IN MENTAL HEALTH" [REVIEW ARTICLE]

FRONTIERS IN MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE, 2022

Review article published in the Frontiers special topic: Using Zebrafish to Investigate Normal Development and Function of the Nervous System: How nervous system disorders occur and testing of potential therapeutic approaches

It was primarily written by Jazlynn Tan, an A*STAR scholar who did a 6-month rotation as a research officer in the lab, with one section also written by Ryan Ang, an A*STAR science awardee and Singapore polytechnic intern.

 

PUBLICATIONS (RESEARCH BEFORE 2021)

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