Naihe Jing Bioland Laboratory Guangzhou
1 protocol

Ting Zhang Shanghai Engineering Center for Visual Science and Photomedicine
1 protocol

Yingying Chen University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
1 protocol

Xianfa Yang
1 protocol
Giusy Tornillo Cardiff University
31 protocols

Vishal Nehru National Institutes of Health
7 protocols

Lu Song
  • Research associate, University of California
Research focus
  • Extracellular Vesicles
    Stem cell
    Developmental biology
  • 2 Author merit



Lab information

Randy Schekman lab

3 Protocols published
Wholemount in situ Hybridization for Spatial-temporal Visualization of Gene Expression in Early Post-implantation Mouse Embryos
Authors:  Xianfa Yang, Yingying Chen, Lu Song, Ting Zhang and Naihe Jing, date: 11/20/2021, view: 343, Q&A: 0

Regionalized distribution of genes plays crucial roles in the formation of the spatial pattern in tissues and embryos during development. In situ hybridization has been one of the most widely used methods to screen, identify, and validate the

APEX-mediated Proximity Labeling of Proteins in Cells Targeted by Extracellular Vesicles
Authors:  Lu Song, Jun Chen, Angela Sun and Randy Schekman, date: 11/05/2021, view: 959, Q&A: 0

Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are thought to mediate intercellular communication through the delivery of cargo proteins and RNA to target cells. The uptake of EVs is often followed visually using lipophilic-dyes or fluorescently-tagged proteins to

2 Protocols reviewed
Rapid and Simplified Induction of Neural Stem/Progenitor Cells (NSCs/NPCs) and Neurons from Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (hiPSCs)
Authors:  Ryutaro Kajihara, Tadahiro Numakawa and Takumi Era, date: 02/05/2021, view: 2430, Q&A: 0

Human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) and their progeny displaying tissue-specific characteristics have paved the way for regenerative medicine and research in various fields such as the elucidation of the pathological mechanism of diseases

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Ex vivo Analysis of DNA Repair Capacity of Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells by a Modified Host Cell Reactivation Assay
Authors:  Katja Matt and Jörg Bergemann, date: 08/05/2019, view: 2787, Q&A: 0
The ability of humans to repair DNA damages decreases with increasing age. In order to be able to repair daily occurring DNA damages, it becomes more and more important to preserve repair capability of cells with aging. The preservation of DNA ...
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