His main research concerns Cell biology, Anatomy, Transgene, Molecular biology and Neural crest. His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Embryonic stem cell, Epithelium and Chimera. The various areas that Seong-Seng Tan examines in his Anatomy study include Paraxial mesoderm, Lateral plate mesoderm, Somite and Cortex.
Seong-Seng Tan interconnects Target protein, X-inactivation and Embryo in the investigation of issues within Transgene. His study in Molecular biology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thymocyte, DNA methylation, Gene expression profiling, Galectin and Autoantibody. His work is dedicated to discovering how Neural crest, Neural tube are connected with Endocrinology, Internal medicine and Taste receptor and other disciplines.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Neuroscience, Neocortex, Molecular biology and Genetics. His Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Embryonic stem cell, Ubiquitin ligase and Anatomy. Seong-Seng Tan combines subjects such as Reelin and DAB1 with his study of Neuroscience.
Seong-Seng Tan works mostly in the field of Neocortex, limiting it down to topics relating to Developmental biology and, in certain cases, Chimera. The Molecular biology study which covers Gene expression that intersects with Regulation of gene expression. Seong-Seng Tan has researched Embryo in several fields, including X-inactivation, X chromosome and Endoderm.
His primary scientific interests are in Neuroscience, Cell biology, Ubiquitin ligase, PTEN and Cancer research. His Neuroscience study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as RNA, Reelin, DAB1 and Gene expression. His study in the field of Transport protein also crosses realms of Exosome.
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Seong-Seng Tan mainly focuses on Pathology, Cancer research, PTEN, Exosome and Epithelial cell rests of Malassez. His Pathology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Regulation of gene expression, Cell type and Internal medicine. Seong-Seng Tan has included themes like Lesion, Apoptosis, Neuroprotection, Protein ubiquitination and Cell nucleus in his Cancer research study.
The PTEN study combines topics in areas such as Amino acid, Ubiquitin ligase, Programmed cell death and Oncogenicity. In his papers, Seong-Seng Tan integrates diverse fields, such as Exosome, Membrane protein, Cell biology, Cre recombinase, Target protein and ESCRT. His Membrane protein investigation overlaps with Transgene and Transport protein.
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X inactivation in the mouse embryo deficient for Dnmt1: distinct effect of hypomethylation on imprinted and random X inactivation.
Takashi Sado;Martin H Fenner;Seong-Seng Tan;Patrick Tam.
Developmental Biology (2000)
Asymmetric expression in somites of cytotactin and its proteoglycan ligand is correlated with neural crest cell distribution.
Seong-Seng Tan;Kathryn L. Crossin;Stanley Hoffman;Gerald M. Edelman.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1987)
The tumor suppressor PTEN is exported in exosomes and has phosphatase activity in recipient cells.
Ulrich Putz;Jason Howitt;Anh Doan;Choo-Peng Goh.
Science Signaling (2012)
Separate Progenitors for Radial and Tangential Cell Dispersion during Development of the Cerebral Neocortex
Seong-Seng Tan;Michael Kalloniatis;Karin Sturm;Patrick P.L Tam.
X-chromosome inactivation occurs at different times in different tissues of the post-implantation mouse embryo.
Seong-Seng Tan;Elizabeth A. Williams;Patrick P.L. Tam.
Nature Genetics (1993)
Radial mosaicism and tangential cell dispersion both contribute to mouse neocortical development.
Seong-Seng Tan;Sibilah Breen.
Cytotactin and its proteoglycan ligand mark structural and functional boundaries in somatosensory cortex of the early postnatal mouse.
Kathryn L. Crossin;Stanley Hoffman;Seong-Seng Tan;Gerald M. Edelman.
Developmental Biology (1989)
Cranial paraxial mesoderm: regionalisation of cell fate and impact on craniofacial development in mouse embryos.
P. A. Trainor;Seong-Seng Tan;P. P. L. Tam.
Engineered Exosomes as Vehicles for Biologically Active Proteins
Ulrich Sterzenbach;Ulrich Putz;Ley-Hian Low;John Silke.
Molecular Therapy (2017)
Mosaics of Islet-1-Expressing Amacrine Cells Assembled by Short-Range Cellular Interactions
Lucia Galli-Resta;Giovanni Resta;Seong-Seng Tan;Benjamin E. Reese.
The Journal of Neuroscience (1997)
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