The zebrafish regenerates efficiently after injury, but the cascade of events leading to heart regeneration remains unclear. In a great collaboration with Daniela Panáková’s lab, we identified transient pro-regenerative cell types and determined their origin and mode of activation. Have a look at our preprint!
Roberto’s manuscript “Variability of an early developmental cell population underlies stochastic laterality defects” is published in Cell Reports. Congratulations!
Early development depends heavily on subcellular mRNA localization and transport, but these processes are not captured by state-of-the-art single cell transcriptomics methods. By combining sub-single-cell spatial transcriptomics and single cell RNA labelling, Karo dissected mRNA dynamics in the early zebrafish embryo. Check out our preprint.
Bo presents his work on heart regeneration at the Virtual Zebrafish Meeting 2020.
Anika receives the prestigious PhD fellowship of Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes. Congratulations!
Philipp gives an online talk in the SCOG (Single Cell Omics Germany) lecture series.
In some wildtype zebrafish the heart is on the wrong side. Roberto figured out that this is caused by stochastic fluctuations of an early developmental cell population. Check out his preprint on bioRxiv.
Philipp gives an (online) talk at the European Society of Human Genetics meeting.