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ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-170223-29
Tian, Jing
Email: tianjing@nwu.edu.cn
Affiliation: Jing Tian Lab
Address: Laboratory of Human Molecular Genetics Department of Biotechnology Northwest University Xi’AN SHANNXI, 710069 CHINA
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Tian, J., Shao, J., Liu, C., Hou, H.Y., Chou, C.W., Shboul, M., Li, G.Q., El-Khateeb, M., Samarah, O.Q., Kou, Y., Chen, Y.H., Chen, M.J., Lyu, Z., Chen, W.L., Chen, Y.F., Sun, Y.H., Liu, Y.W. (2018) Deficiency of lrp4 in zebrafish and human LRP4 mutation induce aberrant activation of Jagged-Notch signaling in fin and limb development. Cellular and molecular life sciences : CMLS. 76(1):163-178
Perez-Camps, M., Tian, J., Chng, S.C., Sem, K.P., Sudhaharan, T., Teh, C., Wachsmuth, M., Korzh, V., Ahmed, S., Reversade, B. (2016) Quantitative imaging reveals real-time Pou5f3-Nanog complexes driving dorsoventral mesendoderm patterning in zebrafish. eLIFE. 5
Chng, S.C., Ho, L., Tian, J., and Reversade, B. (2013) ELABELA: A Hormone Essential for Heart Development Signals via the Apelin Receptor. Developmental Cell. 27(6):672-680
Tian, J., Ling, L., Shboul, M., Lee, H., O'Connor, B., Merriman, B., Nelson, S.F., Cool, S., Ababneh, O.H., Al-Hadidy, A., Masri, A., Hamamy, H., and Reversade, B. (2010) Loss of CHSY1, a Secreted FRINGE Enzyme, Causes Syndromic Brachydactyly in Humans via Increased NOTCH Signaling. American journal of human genetics. 87(6):768-778
Tian, J., Andrée, B., Jones, C.M., and Sampath, K. (2008) The pro-domain of the zebrafish Nodal-related protein Cyclops regulates its signaling activities. Development (Cambridge, England). 135(15):2649-2658
Tian, J., and Sampath, K. (2004) Formation and Functions of the Floor Plate. In Fish Development and Genetics - the Zebrafish and Medaka Models. Gong, Z. and Korh, V., Eds. Book series of "Molecular Aspects of Fish and Marine Biology". 239(9)
Tian, J., Yam, C., Balasundaram, G., Wang, H., Gore, A., and Sampath, K. (2003) A temperature-sensitive mutation in the nodal-related gene cyclops reveals that the floor plate is induced during gastrulation in zebrafish. Development (Cambridge, England). 130(14):3331-3342