2011 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Her primary areas of investigation include Cell biology, Slit, Genetics, Neuroscience and RNA splicing. She combines subjects such as Cell migration and Immunoprecipitation with her study of Cell biology. Jane Y. Wu interconnects Chemotaxis, Leukocyte chemotaxis, Axon guidance, Slit-Robo and GABAergic in the investigation of issues within Slit.
To a larger extent, Jane Y. Wu studies Gene with the aim of understanding RNA splicing. She has included themes like Cancer research and Intracellular in her Gene study. The various areas that Jane Y. Wu examines in her Cancer research study include Ovarian carcinoma, Serous fluid, Serous carcinoma and DNA methylation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, RNA splicing, Genetics, Neuroscience and Alternative splicing. The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Molecular biology and Slit. RNA splicing is the subject of her research, which falls under Gene.
Genetics is a component of her Phenotype, microRNA and Gene knockdown studies. Her research investigates the connection with Neuroscience and areas like Anatomy which intersect with concerns in Mushroom bodies and Retinal degeneration. Her Alternative splicing research focuses on Intron and how it connects with Spliceosome.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Cell biology, Cancer research, Mitochondrion, Neurodegeneration and ROBO1. Her work carried out in the field of Cell biology brings together such families of science as RNA-binding protein and Gene. Her research on Gene concerns the broader Genetics.
Her work deals with themes such as Ubiquitin, Signal transduction and Metastasis, which intersect with Cancer research. Her Signal transduction research focuses on subjects like Lung cancer, which are linked to Slit. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cell migration and SLIT2 in addition to ROBO1.
Jane Y. Wu mostly deals with Cell biology, Neurodegeneration, Mitochondrion, Cancer research and Mitochondrial unfolded protein response. Her Cell biology research includes themes of Polyadenylation, Messenger RNA, Gene and Post-transcriptional regulation. Her Mitochondrion research is within the category of Genetics.
Her Cancer research study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cell, Gene silencing, Signal transduction and Metastasis. Her Signal transduction study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cell migration, DNA methylation, Downregulation and upregulation, HEK 293 cells and Colorectal cancer. Her Mitochondrial unfolded protein response research incorporates elements of Mutation, Regulation of gene expression, ATP synthase and Inner mitochondrial membrane.
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Integrated genomic analyses of ovarian carcinoma
D. Bell;A. Berchuck;M. Birrer;J. Chien.
Specific interactions between proteins implicated in splice site selection and regulated alternative splicing
Jane Y. Wu;Tom Maniatis.
Directional guidance of neuronal migration in the olfactory system by the protein Slit.
Wei Wu;Kit Wong;Jin-hui Chen;Zhi-hong Jiang.
Signal transduction in neuronal migration: roles of GTPase activating proteins and the small GTPase Cdc42 in the Slit-Robo pathway.
Kit Wong;Xiu Rong Ren;Yang Zhong Huang;Yi Xie.
Vertebrate Slit, a Secreted Ligand for the Transmembrane Protein Roundabout, Is a Repellent for Olfactory Bulb Axons
Hua shun Li;Jin hui Chen;Wei Wu;Tanya Fagaly.
The neuronal repellent Slit inhibits leukocyte chemotaxis induced by chemotactic factors.
Jane Y. Wu;Lili Feng;Hwan Tae Park;Necat Havlioglu.
Cytoplasmic Mislocalization of TDP-43 Is Toxic to Neurons and Enhanced by a Mutation Associated with Familial Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Sami J. Barmada;Gaia Skibinski;Erica Korb;Elizabeth J. Rao.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2010)
A single morphogenetic field gives rise to two retina primordia under the influence of the prechordal plate
Hua Shun Li;Christopher Tierney;Leng Wen;Jane Y. Wu.
Robo4 is a vascular-specific receptor that inhibits endothelial migration
Kye Won Park;Clayton M. Morrison;Lise K. Sorensen;Christopher A. Jones.
Developmental Biology (2003)
Cellular and Molecular Guidance of GABAergic Neuronal Migration from an Extracortical Origin to the Neocortex
Yan Zhu;Hua Shun Li;Lijuan Zhou;Jane Y. Wu.
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