ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-101101-1
Feng, Yi
Email: yi.feng@ed.ac.uk
URL: http://www.cir.ed.ac.uk/investigator/Dr-Yi-Feng
Affiliation: Yi Feng Lab
Address: MRC Centre for Inflammation Research Queen's Medical Research Institute University of Edinburgh 47 Little France Crescent Edinburgh EH16 4TJ United Kingdom
Country: United Kingdom
Phone: + (44) 131 242 6685
Fax: + (44) 131 242 6578
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PUBLICATIONS
Tsarouchas, T.M., Wehner, D., Cavone, L., Munir, T., Keatinge, M., Lambertus, M., Underhill, A., Barrett, T., Kassapis, E., Ogryzko, N., Feng, Y., van Ham, T.J., Becker, T., Becker, C.G. (2018) Dynamic control of proinflammatory cytokines Il-1β and Tnf-α by macrophages in zebrafish spinal cord regeneration. Nature communications. 9:4670
Loynes, C.A., Lee, J.A., Robertson, A.L., Steel, M.J., Ellett, F., Feng, Y., Levy, B.D., Whyte, M.K.B., Renshaw, S.A. (2018) PGE2 production at sites of tissue injury promotes an anti-inflammatory neutrophil phenotype and determines the outcome of inflammation resolution in vivo.. Science advances. 4:eaar8320
Ogryzko, N., Feng, Y. (2018) Helping hand for melanoma invasion: transparent zebrafish can catch macrophages in the act. Pigment cell & melanoma research. 31(4):459-460
Campana, L., Starkey Lewis, P.J., Pellicoro, A., Aucott, R.L., Man, J., O'Duibhir, E., Mok, S.E., Ferreira-Gonzalez, S., Livingstone, E., Greenhalgh, S.N., Hull, K.L., Kendall, T.J., Vernimmen, D., Henderson, N.C., Boulter, L., Gregory, C.D., Feng, Y., Anderton, S.M., Forbes, S.J., Iredale, J.P. (2018) The STAT3-IL-10-IL-6 Pathway Is a Novel Regulator of Macrophage Efferocytosis and Phenotypic Conversion in Sterile Liver Injury. Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 200:1169-1187
Laux, D.W., Kelly, L., Bravo, I.R., Ramezani, T., Feng, Y. (2017) Live imaging the earliest host innate immune response to preneoplastic cells using a zebrafish inducible KalTA4-ERT2/UAS system.. Methods in cell biology. 138:137-150
Feng, Y., Santoriello, C., Mione, M., Hurlstone, A., Martin, P. (2016) Correction: Live Imaging of Innate Immune Cell Sensing of Transformed Cells in Zebrafish Larvae: Parallels between Tumor Initiation and Wound Inflammation. PLoS Biology. 14:e1002377
Antonio, N., Bønnelykke-Behrndtz, M.L., Ward, L.C., Collin, J., Christensen, I.J., Steiniche, T., Schmidt, H., Feng, Y., Martin, P. (2015) The wound inflammatory response exacerbates growth of pre-neoplastic cells and progression to cancer. The EMBO journal. 34(17):2219-36
Feng, Y., Martin, P. (2015) Imaging innate immune responses at tumour initiation: new insights from fish and flies. Nature reviews. Cancer. 15(9):556-62
Yan, C., Huo, X., Wang, S., Feng, Y., Gong, Z. (2015) Stimulation of hepatocarcinogenesis by neutrophils upon induction of oncogenic kras expression in transgenic zebrafish. Journal of hepatology. 63(2):420-8
Deng, C., Chen, H., Yang, N., Feng, Y., Hsueh, A.J. (2015) Apela regulates fluid homeostasis by binding to the APJ receptor to activate Gi signaling. The Journal of biological chemistry. 290(30):18261-8
Ramezani, T., Laux, D.W., Bravo, I.R., Tada, M., Feng, Y. (2015) Live Imaging of Innate Immune and Preneoplastic Cell Interactions Using an Inducible Gal4/UAS Expression System in Larval Zebrafish Skin. Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE. (96)
Williamson, R.C., Cowell, C.A., Hammond, C.L., Bergen, D., Roper, J., Feng, Y., Rendall, T.C., Race, P.R., Bass, M.D. (2014) Coronin-1C and RCC2 guide mesenchymal migration by trafficking Rac1 and controlling GEF exposure. Journal of Cell Science. 127(Pt 19):4292-307
Jones, R.A., Feng, Y., Worth, A.J., Thrasher, A.J., Burns, S.O., and Martin, P. (2013) Modelling human Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome protein mutants in zebrafish larvae using live in vivo imaging. Journal of Cell Science. 126(Pt 18):4077-84
Schmidt, K., Cavodeassi, F., Feng, Y., and Stephens, D.J. (2013) Early stages of retinal development depend on Sec13 function. Biology Open. 2(3):256-266
Lévesque, M., Feng, Y., Jones, R., and Martin, P. (2013) Inflammation drives wound hyperpigmentation by recruiting pigment cells to sites of tissue damage. Disease models & mechanisms. 6(2):508-515
Feng, Y., Renshaw, S., and Martin, P. (2012) Live Imaging of Tumor Initiation in Zebrafish Larvae Reveals a Trophic Role for Leukocyte-Derived PGE(2). Current biology : CB. 22(13):1253-1259
Williams, C.M., Feng, Y., Martin, P., and Poole, A.W. (2011) Protein kinase C alpha and beta are positive regulators of thrombus formation in vivo in a zebrafish (Danio rerio) model of thrombosis. Journal of thrombosis and haemostasis : JTH. 9(12):2457-65
Feng, Y., Santoriello, C., Mione, M., Hurlstone, A., and Martin, P. (2010) Live Imaging of Innate Immune Cell Sensing of Transformed Cells in Zebrafish Larvae: Parallels between Tumor Initiation and Wound Inflammation. PLoS Biology. 8(12):e1000562
Feng, Y., and Xu, Q. (2010) Pivotal role of hmx2 and hmx3 in zebrafish inner ear and lateral line development. Developmental Biology. 339(2):507-518
Townley, A.K., Feng, Y., Schmidt, K., Carter, D.A., Porter, R., Verkade, P., and Stephens, D.J. (2008) Efficient coupling of Sec23-Sec24 to Sec13-Sec31 drives COPII-dependent collagen secretion and is essential for normal craniofacial development. Journal of Cell Science. 121(Pt 18):3025-3034

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