Jie Na, Ph.D.

2002 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
Cell Biology, Animal Physiology Biology
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Douglas W. DeSimone grad student 2002 UVA
 (In vivo analysis of integrin alpha cytoplasmic domain function in Xenopus embryos.)
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Zhang B, Zheng H, Huang B, et al. (2016) Allelic reprogramming of the histone modification H3K4me3 in early mammalian development. Nature
Ouyang L, Yao R, Mao S, et al. (2015) Three-dimensional bioprinting of embryonic stem cells directs highly uniform embryoid body formation. Biofabrication. 7: 044101
Ouyang L, Yao R, Chen X, et al. (2015) 3D printing of HEK 293FT cell-laden hydrogel into macroporous constructs with high cell viability and normal biological functions. Biofabrication. 7: 015010
Tyagi D, Perez JB, Nand A, et al. (2015) Detection of embryonic stem cell lysate biomarkers by surface plasmon resonance with reduced nonspecific adsorption Analytical Biochemistry. 471: 29-37
Liu H, Wu Z, Shi X, et al. (2013) Atypical PKC, regulated by Rho GTPases and Mek/Erk, phosphorylates Ezrin during eight-cell embryocompaction. Developmental Biology. 375: 13-22
Wang P, Na J. (2013) Reprogramming to pluripotency and differentiation of cells with synthetic mRNA. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 969: 221-33
Wang P, Na J. (2011) Mechanism and methods to induce pluripotency. Protein & Cell. 2: 792-9
Sharif B, Na J, Lykke-Hartmann K, et al. (2010) The chromosome passenger complex is required for fidelity of chromosome transmission and cytokinesis in meiosis of mouse oocytes. Journal of Cell Science. 123: 4292-300
Furue MK, Na J, Jackson JP, et al. (2008) Heparin promotes the growth of human embryonic stem cells in a defined serum-free medium. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 13409-14
Gray D, Plusa B, Piotrowska K, et al. (2004) First cleavage of the mouse embryo responds to change in egg shape at fertilization. Current Biology : Cb. 14: 397-405
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