Publications (Full list of publications)
LaBelle, J and Woo, S Light-Induced GFP Expression in Zebrafish Embryos using the Optogenetic TAEL/C120 System. (2021) J Vis Exp (174), e62818, doi:10.3791/62818
LaBelle, J, Ramos-Martinez, A, Shen, K, Motta-Mena, LB, Gardner, KH, Materna, SC, and Woo, S. TAEL 2.0: An Improved Optogenetic Expression System for Zebrafish. (2021) Zebrafish 18(1): 20-28.
Reade, A, Motta-Mena, LB, Gardner, KH, Stainier, DY, Weiner, OD*, and Woo, S* (2015) TAEL: A zebrafish-optimized optogenetic gene expression system with fine spatial and temporal control. Development. 144(2): 345-355. *Corresponding authors
Woo, S*, Housley, MP, Weiner, OD, and Stainier DYR* (2012) Nodal signaling regulates endodermal cell motility and actin dynamics via Rac1 and Prex1. J. Cell Biol. 198(5): 941- 952. *Corresponding authors
Fish, JE*, Wythe, JD, Bruneau, BG, Stainier, DY, Srivastava, D, and Woo, S* (2011) A novel Slit-Robo-miR-218 signaling axis regulates VEGF-mediated heart tube formation in zebrafish. Development 138(7): 1409-1419. *Corresponding authors
Woo, S, Rowan, DJ, and Gomez, TM (2009) Retinotopic mapping requires focal adhesion kinase-mediated regulation of growth cone adhesion. J. Neurosci. 29(44): 13981-13991.
Woo, S and Gomez, TM (2006) Rac1 and RhoA promote neurite outgrowth through the formation and stabilization of growth cone point contacts. J. Neurosci. 26(5): 1418-1428.
Virtual Gastrulation Zoom Talks (VGZT). Season 3 Organizing Team: Stephanie Woo, Nathan Lord, Charlene Guillot, Yulia Kraus, and Sumit Garai. Register here: https://t.co/B0hJLbr1M3. Follow us on Twitter: @VGZT2020_21
(Recorded Talk) Finding Your Inner Modeler IV, August 2-6, 2020, “Endodermal cells use contact inhibition of locomotion as a cell spacing and dispersal mechanism.” https://youtu.be/5_ihNEw7khU
(Recorded Talk) Cell Migration Seminars, October 13, 2020, “The early zebrafish as a model of mesenchymal to epithelial transitions” https://youtu.be/Y5ohQHe_LZQ