His primary areas of study are Zebrafish, Cell biology, Genetics, Immunology and Mutant. Stefan Schulte-Merker connects Zebrafish with Recombination-activating gene in his study. His Cell biology research includes elements of Endocrinology, Bone morphogenetic protein, Internal medicine and In vivo.
As part of the same scientific family, Stefan Schulte-Merker usually focuses on Immunology, concentrating on Lymphangiogenesis and intersecting with Inflammation and Interstitial fluid. His Mutant research incorporates themes from Cancer and Missense mutation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Gastrulation and Brachyury in addition to Notochord.
His main research concerns Zebrafish, Cell biology, Angiogenesis, Anatomy and Genetics. His Zebrafish study incorporates themes from Phenotype, Lymphatic system, Mutant and Notochord. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mesoderm and Brachyury.
The various areas that Stefan Schulte-Merker examines in his Cell biology study include Embryonic stem cell and Lymphangiogenesis. His work in the fields of Neovascularization overlaps with other areas such as Vascular endothelial growth factor A and Vascular endothelial growth factor B. He focuses mostly in the field of Anatomy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Developmental biology and, in certain cases, Transgene.
Stefan Schulte-Merker spends much of his time researching Zebrafish, Cell biology, Lymphatic system, Angiogenesis and Lymphatic Endothelium. His Zebrafish research includes themes of Anatomy, Disease, Notch signaling pathway and Notochord. His work deals with themes such as Embryonic stem cell and Cell, which intersect with Cell biology.
He has included themes like Regeneration, Lymphatic vessel and Lymphangiogenesis in his Lymphatic system study. The concepts of his Angiogenesis study are interwoven with issues in Focal adhesion, Artery, Cell migration and Zebrafish embryo. His research integrates issues of Internalization, Intracellular and Embryogenesis in his study of Lymphatic Endothelium.
Stefan Schulte-Merker mainly focuses on Zebrafish, Lymphatic system, Cell biology, Lymphatic Endothelium and Anatomy. His Zebrafish research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Angiogenesis, Notch signaling pathway and Notochord. His Angiogenesis research integrates issues from Vasculogenesis, Disease, Immunology and Zebrafish embryo.
His Lymphatic system research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Lymphatic vessel and Lymphangiogenesis. His studies deal with areas such as Enhancer RNAs and Genetics as well as Cell biology. His Anatomy research incorporates elements of Neural tube, Cell, Neovascularization and Spinal cord.
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Endothelial cells dynamically compete for the tip cell position during angiogenic sprouting
Lars Jakobsson;Claudio A. Franco;Katie Bentley;Russell T. Collins.
Nature Cell Biology (2010)
Reverse genetic screening reveals poor correlation between morpholino-induced and mutant phenotypes in zebrafish
Fatma O. Kok;Masahiro Shin;Chih Wen Ni;Ankit Gupta.
Developmental Cell (2015)
The protein product of the zebrafish homologue of the mouse T gene is expressed in nuclei of the germ ring and the notochord of the early embryo.
S. Schulte-Merker;R.K. Ho;B.G. Herrmann;C. Nusslein-Volhard.
no tail (ntl) is the zebrafish homologue of the mouse T (Brachyury) gene.
S. Schulte-Merker;F. J. M. Van Eeden;M. E. Halpern;C. B. Kimmel.
tp53 mutant zebrafish develop malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors
Stéphane Berghmans;Ryan D. Murphey;Erno Wienholds;Donna Neuberg.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
The molecular nature of zebrafish swirl: BMP2 function is essential during early dorsoventral patterning
Y. Kishimoto;K.H. Lee;L. Zon;M. Hammerschmidt.
Target-Selected Inactivation of the Zebrafish rag1 Gene
Erno Wienholds;Stefan Schulte-Merker;Brigitte Walderich;Ronald H. A. Plasterk.
MicroRNA-24 Regulates Vascularity After Myocardial Infarction
Jan Fiedler;Virginija Jazbutyte;Bettina C. Kirchmaier;Bettina C. Kirchmaier;Shashi K. Gupta.
The zebrafish organizer requires chordino
Stefan Schulte-Merker;Kevin J. Lee;Andrew P. McMahon;Matthias Hammerschmidt.
ccbe1 is required for embryonic lymphangiogenesis and venous sprouting
Benjamin M. Hogan;Frank L. Bos;Frank L. Bos;Jeroen Bussmann;Merlijn Witte.
Nature Genetics (2009)
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