ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-060705-7
Sun, Xiaojing
Email: sun.xiaojing@mayo.edu
Address: Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Division of Cardiovascular Diseases Mayo Clinic College of Medicine 200 First Street SW Rochester, MN 55905 USA
Phone: 507-284-8373


Burghardt, T.P., Sun, X., Wang, Y., Ajtai, K. (2017) Auxotonic to isometric contraction transitioning in a beating heart causes myosin step-size to down shift. PLoS One. 12:e0174690
Burghardt, T.P., Ajtai, K., Sun, X., Takubo, N., Wang, Y. (2016) In vivo myosin step-size from zebrafish skeletal muscle. Open Biology. 6(5)
Burghardt, T.P., Sun, X., Wang, Y., Ajtai, K. (2015) In vitro and in vivo single myosin step-sizes in striated muscle. Journal of muscle research and cell motility. 36(6):463-77
Sun, X., Ekker, S.C., Shelden, E.A., Takubo, N., Wang, Y., Burghardt, T.P. (2014) In Vivo Orientation of Single Myosin Lever Arms in Zebrafish Skeletal Muscle. Biophysical journal. 107:1403-1414
Ding, Y., Sun, X., Redfield, M., Kushwaha, S., and Xu, X. (2012) Target of rapamcyin (TOR)-based therapeutics for cardiomyopathy: Insights from zebrafish genetics. Cell cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 11(3):428-429
Ding, Y., Sun, X., and Xu, X. (2012) TOR-autophagy signaling in adult zebrafish models of cardiomyopathy. Autophagy. 8(1):142-143
Hoage, T., Sun, X., and Xu, X. (2011) Functions of the Wnt/β-catenin pathway in an anemia-induced zebrafish model of cardiomyopathy are location dependent. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 415(3):490-6
Ding, Y., Sun, X., Huang, W., Hoage, T., Redfield, M., Kushwaha, S., Sivasubbu, S., Lin, X., Ekker, S., and Xu, X. (2011) Haploinsufficiency of Target of Rapamycin Attenuates Cardiomyopathies in Adult Zebrafish. Circulation research. 109(6):658-69
Sun, X., Hoage, T., Bai, P., Ding, Y., Chen, Z., Zhang, R., Huang, W., Jahangir, A., Paw, B., Li, Y.G., and Xu, X. (2009) Cardiac hypertrophy involves both myocyte hypertrophy and hyperplasia in anemic zebrafish. PLoS One. 4(8):e6596
Sun, X., Zhang, R., Lin, X., and Xu, X. (2008) Wnt3a Regulates the Development of Cardiac Neural Crest Cells by Modulating Expression of Cysteine-Rich Intestinal Protein 2 in Rhombomere 6. Circulation research. 102(7):831-839