His primary scientific interests are in Zebrafish, Cell biology, Genetics, Nuclear pore and DNA. The concepts of his Zebrafish study are interwoven with issues in Embryonic stem cell, Human disease and Genome. His work on Beta Karyopherins, Nucleocytoplasmic Transport Proteins and Karyopherins is typically connected to Haematopoiesis as part of general Cell biology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His work on DNA sequencing, Recombinant DNA and Loss of heterozygosity as part of general Genetics research is frequently linked to Bacteriophage and Melanocyte, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His study looks at the relationship between Nuclear pore and topics such as Nucleocytoplasmic Transport, which overlap with Pore complex, RNA transport and Messenger RNA. His study looks at the intersection of DNA and topics like RNA with Guide RNA, Chromosome and Cas9.
His primary areas of investigation include Cell biology, Genetics, Zebrafish, Nuclear pore and Gene. He focuses mostly in the field of Cell biology, narrowing it down to topics relating to RNA and, in certain cases, Gene expression. His research in Zebrafish intersects with topics in Embryonic stem cell, Gastrulation, Embryogenesis, Mutant and Neural crest.
David Grunwald combines subjects such as Nucleocytoplasmic Transport, Cell nucleus and Nuclear transport with his study of Nuclear pore. His study in Cell nucleus is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nuclear protein and RNA transport. His study in the fields of Pore complex under the domain of Nucleus overlaps with other disciplines such as MRNA transport.
His primary areas of study are Cell biology, Genetics, Microscopy, Zebrafish and CRISPR. As part of his studies on Cell biology, David Grunwald often connects relevant subjects like RNA. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Genetics and Functional analysis.
His study on Microscopy also encompasses disciplines like
David Grunwald mostly deals with Cell biology, CRISPR, Nuclear pore, Biological system and Guide RNA. His studies deal with areas such as Zebrafish and Skeletal muscle as well as Cell biology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Calcium in biology, Calcium, Intracellular, Cell type and Hedgehog signaling pathway.
David Grunwald has researched CRISPR in several fields, including Genome, Interphase and Interphase Chromosome. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nuclear export signal and Yeast in addition to Nuclear pore. He interconnects Trans-activating crRNA and Computational biology in the investigation of issues within Guide RNA.
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SLC24A5, a Putative Cation Exchanger, Affects Pigmentation in Zebrafish and Humans
Rebecca L. Lamason;Manzoor Ali P.K. Mohideen;Manzoor Ali P.K. Mohideen;Jason R. Mest;Andrew C. Wong;Andrew C. Wong.
Charon phages: safer derivatives of bacteriophage lambda for DNA cloning
Frederick R. Blattner;Bill G. Williams;Ann E. Blechl;Katherine Denniston-Thompson.
Headwaters of the zebrafish — emergence of a new model vertebrate
David Jonah Grunwald;Judith S. Eisen.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2002)
Developmental regulation of zebrafish MyoD in wild-type, no tail and spadetail embryos
E.S. Weinberg;M.L. Allende;C.S. Kelly;A. Abdelhamid.
Lithium perturbation and goosecoid expression identify a dorsal specification pathway in the pregastrula zebrafish
Scott E. Stachel;David J. Grunwald;Paul Z. Myers.
Measuring image resolution in optical nanoscopy.
Robert P J Nieuwenhuizen;Keith A Lidke;Mark Bates;Daniela Leyton Puig.
Nature Methods (2013)
Simple Methods for Generating and Detecting Locus- Specific Mutations Induced with TALENs in the Zebrafish Genome
Timothy J. Dahlem;Kazuyuki Hoshijima;Michael J. Jurynec;Derrick Gunther.
PLOS Genetics (2012)
In vivo imaging of labelled endogenous β-actin mRNA during nucleocytoplasmic transport
David Grünwald;Robert H. Singer.
Multiplexed labeling of genomic loci with dCas9 and engineered sgRNAs using CRISPRainbow
Hanhui Ma;Li-Chun Tu;Ardalan Naseri;Maximiliaan Huisman.
Nature Biotechnology (2016)
The zebrafish gene cloche acts upstream of a flk-1 homologue to regulate endothelial cell differentiation
Wayne Liao;Brent W. Bisgrove;Holly Sawyer;Barbara Hug.
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