Shau-Ping Lin Institute of Biotechnology, National Taiwan University
1 protocol

Hsien-Hen Lin Institute of Biotechnology, National Taiwan University
1 protocol

Joyce Kuo Graudate Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology, National Taiwan University, College of Medicine
1 protocol

Hung-Fu Liao
  • Institute of Biotechnology, National Taiwan University
Research focus
  • Cell biology
  • 1 Author merit


Ph.D in Institute of Biotechnology, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, 2014

Current Position

Postdoctoral researcher in Institute of Biotechnology, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan


  1. Liao, H. F., Mo, C. F., Wu, S. C., Cheng, D. H., Yu, C. Y., Chang, K. W., Kao, T. H., Lu, C. W., Pinskaya, M., Morillon, A., Lin, S. S., Cheng, W. T., Bourc'his, D., Bestor, T., Sung, L. Y. and Lin, S. P. (2015). Dnmt3l-knockout donor cells improve somatic cell nuclear transfer reprogramming efficiency. Reproduction 150(4): 245-256.
  2. Tseng, Y. T., Liao, H. F., Yu, C. Y., Mo, C. F. and Lin, S. P. (2015). Epigenetic factors in the regulation of prospermatogonia and spermatogonial stem cells. Reproduction 150(3): R77-91.
  3. Liao, H. F., Chen, W. S., Chen, Y. H., Kao, T. H., Tseng, Y. T., Lee, C. Y., Chiu, Y. C., Lee, P. L., Lin, Q. J., Ching, Y. H., Hata, K., Cheng, W. T., Tsai, M. H., Sasaki, H., Ho, H. N., Wu, S. C., Huang, Y. H., Yen, P. and Lin, S. P. (2014). DNMT3L promotes quiescence in postnatal spermatogonial progenitor cells. Development 141(12): 2402-2413.
  4. Kao, T. H., Liao, H. F., Wolf, D., Tai, K. Y., Chuang, C. Y., Lee, H. S., Kuo, H. C., Hata, K., Zhang, X., Cheng, X., Goff, S. P., Ooi, S. K., Bestor, T. H. and Lin, S. P. (2014). Ectopic DNMT3L triggers assembly of a repressive complex for retroviral silencing in somatic cells. J Virol 88(18): 10680-10695.
  5. Liao, H. F., Tai, K. Y., Chen, W. S., Cheng, L. C., Ho, H. N. and Lin, S. P. (2012). Functions of DNA methyltransferase 3-like in germ cells and beyond. Biol Cell 104(10): 571-587.
1 Protocol published
Isolation of THY1+ Undifferentiated Spermatogonia from Mouse Postnatal Testes Using Magnetic-activated Cell Sorting (MACS)
Authors:  Hung-Fu Liao, Joyce Kuo, Hsien-Hen Lin and Shau-Ping Lin, date: 12/20/2016, view: 9351, Q&A: 0
In mammals, homeostasis of many tissues rely on a subpopulation of cells, referred to as stem cells, to sustain an appropriate number of undifferentiated and differentiated cells. Spermatogonial stem cells (SSCs) provide the fundamental cellular ...
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