Jijie Chai, Ph.D.
|School of Life Sciences||Tsinghua National University, Beijing, Beijing Shi, China|
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|Ma S, Lapin D, Liu L, et al. (2020) Direct pathogen-induced assembly of an NLR immune receptor complex to form a holoenzyme. Science (New York, N.Y.). 370|
|Mahdi LK, Huang M, Zhang X, et al. (2020) Discovery of a Family of Mixed Lineage Kinase Domain-like Proteins in Plants and Their Role in Innate Immune Signaling. Cell Host & Microbe|
|Chai J, Coope C, Cheng J, et al. (2019) Cross-sectional study of the use of antimicrobials following common infections by rural residents in Anhui, China. Bmj Open. 9: e024856|
|Cheng J, Chai J, Sun Y, et al. (2019) Antibiotics use for upper respiratory tract infections among children in rural Anhui: children's presentations, caregivers' management, and implications for public health policy. Journal of Public Health Policy|
|Liang X, Ma M, Zhou Z, et al. (2018) Ligand-triggered de-repression of Arabidopsis heterotrimeric G proteins coupled to immune receptor kinases. Cell Research|
|Shen X, Lu M, Feng R, et al. (2018) Web-Based Just-in-Time Information and Feedback on Antibiotic Use for Village Doctors in Rural Anhui, China: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 20: e53|
|Zhang X, Liu W, Nagae TT, et al. (2017) Structural basis for receptor recognition of pollen tube attraction peptides. Nature Communications. 8: 1331|
|Mou S, Zhang X, Han Z, et al. (2017) CLE42 binding induces PXL2 interaction with SERK2. Protein & Cell|
|Song W, Han Z, Wang J, et al. (2016) Structural insights into ligand recognition and activation of plant receptor kinases. Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 43: 18-27|
|Hu Z, Chai J. (2016) Structural Mechanisms in NLR Inflammasome Assembly and Signaling. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology. 397: 23-42|