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Arsalan Daudi University of California
153 protocols

Harrie van Erp Rothamsted Research
11 protocols

Hillel Schwarz 0 protocol

Hong-guang Xia Zhejiang University
7 protocols

Editor
Pengpeng Li
  • Boston Children’s Hospital
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
  • 0 Author merit

Education

Ph.D in Biology, Stanford University, CA, USA, 2016

Current Position

Research Fellow, Division of Genetics and Genomics, Boston Children's Hospital, MA, USA

Publications

  1. Li, P., Merrill, S. A., Jorgensen, E. M. and Shen, K. (2016). Two Clathrin Adaptor Protein Complexes Instruct Axon-Dendrite Polarity. Neuron 90(3): 564-580.
  2. Li, L. B., Lei, H., Arey, R. N., Li, P., Liu, J., Murphy, C. T., Xu, X. Z. and Shen, K. (2016). The Neuronal Kinesin UNC-104/KIF1A Is a Key Regulator of Synaptic Aging and Insulin Signaling-Regulated Memory. Curr Biol 26(5): 605-615.
  3. Chia, P. H., Chen, B., Li, P., Rosen, M. K. and Shen, K. (2014). Local F-actin network links synapse formation and axon branching. Cell 156(1-2): 208-220.
  4. Chu, J., Haynes, R. D., Corbel, S. Y., Li, P., Gonzalez-Gonzalez, E., Burg, J. S., Ataie, N. J., Lam, A. J., Cranfill, P. J., Baird, M. A., Davidson, M. W., Ng, H. L., Garcia, K. C., Contag, C. H., Shen, K., Blau, H. M. and Lin, M. Z. (2014). Non-invasive intravital imaging of cellular differentiation with a bright red-excitable fluorescent protein. Nat Methods 11(5): 572-578.
  5. Zhang, X., Zhu, Z., An, F., Hao, D., Li, P., Song, J., Yi, C. and Guo, H. (2014). Jasmonate-activated MYC2 represses ETHYLENE INSENSITIVE3 activity to antagonize ethylene-promoted apical hook formation in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 26(3): 1105-1117.
  6. Chia, P. H., Li, P. and Shen, K. (2013). Cell biology in neuroscience: cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying presynapse formation. J Cell Biol 203(1): 11-22.
  7. Li, P., Collins, K. M., Koelle, M. R. and Shen, K. (2013). LIN-12/Notch signaling instructs postsynaptic muscle arm development by regulating UNC-40/DCC and MADD-2 in Caenorhabditis elegans. Elife 2: e00378.
  8. He, W., Brumos, J., Li, H., Ji, Y., Ke, M., Gong, X., Zeng, Q., Li, W., Zhang, X., An, F., Wen, X., Li, P., Chu, J., Sun, X., Yan, C., Yan, N., Xie, D. Y., Raikhel, N., Yang, Z., Stepanova, A. N., Alonso, J. M. and Guo, H. (2011). A small-molecule screen identifies L-kynurenine as a competitive inhibitor of TAA1/TAR activity in ethylene-directed auxin biosynthesis and root growth in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 23(11): 3944-3960.
  9. Zhu, Z., An, F., Feng, Y., Li, P., Xue, L., A, M., Jiang, Z., Kim, J. M., To, T. K., Li, W., Zhang, X., Yu, Q., Dong, Z., Chen, W. Q., Seki, M., Zhou, J. M. and Guo, H. (2011). Derepression of ethylene-stabilized transcription factors (EIN3/EIL1) mediates jasmonate and ethylene signaling synergy in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 108(30): 12539-12544.
9 Protocols reviewed
Visualising Differential Growth of Arabidopsis Epidermal Pavement Cells Using Thin Plate Spline Analysis
Authors:  William Jonathan Armour, Deborah Anne Barton and Robyn Lynette Overall, date: 11/20/2016, view: 2359, Q&A: 0
Epidermal pavement cells in Arabidopsis leaves and cotyledons develop from relatively simple shapes to form complex cells that have multiple undulations of varying sizes. Analyzing the growth of individual parts of the cell wall boundaries ...
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Protocol for Primary Microglial Culture Preparation
Authors:  Hong Lian, Ethan Roy and Hui Zheng, date: 11/05/2016, view: 4867, Q&A: 0
Primary microglia, in either mono-culture or co-culture with neurons or astrocytes, are a powerful tool for studying mechanisms underlying microglial inflammatory responses and cell type-specific interactions in the central nervous system (CNS). ...
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12 Protocols edited
Obtaining Acute Brain Slices
Authors:  Thomas Papouin and Philip G. Haydon, date: 01/20/2018, view: 261, Q&A: 0
Obtaining acute brain slices for electrophysiology or amperometric recordings has become a routine procedure in most labs in the field of neuroscience. Yet, protocols describing the step by step process are scarce, in particular for routine acute ...
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D-serine Measurements in Brain Slices or Other Tissue Explants
Authors:  Thomas Papouin and Philip G. Haydon, date: 01/20/2018, view: 283, Q&A: 0
D-serine is an atypical amino acid present in the mammalian body (most amino acids in the mammalian body are L-isomers) that is mostly known in neuroscience for its role as a co-agonist controlling the N-methyl D-aspartate receptor (NMDAR). D-serine ...
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