Wu-min Deng

"Wu-min Deng"


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Sheng-An Yang grad student (Neurotree)
Jianjun Sun grad student 2004-2008 UConn
John Poulton grad student 2009 Florida State
Stephen Klusza grad student 2011 Florida State
Dongyu Jia grad student 2009-2015 (DevTree)
Gengqiang Xie post-doc Florida State
Yoichiro Tamori post-doc 2006-2013 Florida State
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Jia D, Jevitt A, Huang YC, et al. (2022) Developmental regulation of epithelial cell cuboidal-to-squamous transition in Drosophila follicle cells. Developmental Biology
Jevitt A, Huang YC, Zhang SM, et al. (2021) Modeling Notch-Induced Tumor Cell Survival in the Ovary Identifies Cellular and Transcriptional Response to Nuclear NICD Accumulation. Cells. 10
Machado Costa CA, Wang XF, Ellsworth C, et al. (2021) Polyploidy in development and tumor models in Drosophila. Seminars in Cancer Biology
Wang XF, Yang SA, Gong S, et al. (2021) Polyploid mitosis and depolyploidization promote chromosomal instability and tumor progression in a Notch-induced tumor model. Developmental Cell
Jevitt A, Chatterjee D, Xie G, et al. (2020) A single-cell atlas of adult Drosophila ovary identifies transcriptional programs and somatic cell lineage regulating oogenesis. Plos Biology. 18: e3000538
Jevitt A, Chatterjee D, Xie G, et al. (2020) Markers used to select high-quality cells for specific clusters. Plos Biology
Jevitt A, Chatterjee D, Xie G, et al. (2020) Known marker genes used to identify specific cell types. Plos Biology
Ly PT, Tan YS, Koe CT, et al. (2019) CRL4Mahj E3 ubiquitin ligase promotes neural stem cell reactivation. Plos Biology. 17: e3000276
Yang SA, Portilla JM, Mihailovic S, et al. (2019) Oncogenic Notch Triggers Neoplastic Tumorigenesis in a Transition-Zone-like Tissue Microenvironment. Developmental Cell
Lo PK, Huang YC, Corcoran D, et al. (2019) chromatin assembly factor 1 p105 and p180 subunits are required for follicle cell proliferation via inhibiting Notch signaling. Journal of Cell Science
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