Hi, I am Lina Gao, My LiveDNA is 86.1350
 
   
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Dr. Lina Gao
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Genetics, Cell Biology from Cornell University, USA
 
Institute: Oregon Health & Science University, United States
 
Area of Interest: Molecular Sciences
  •   Epigenetics
  •   Histone Modifications
  •   Gene Transcription
  •   Cancer
 
URL: http://livedna.org/86.1350
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Alumkal, J.J., R. Slottke, J. Schwartzman, G. Cherala and M. Munar et al., 2014. A phase II study of sulforaphane-rich broccoli sprout extracts in men with recurrent prostate cancer. Invest New Drugs. 10.1007/s10637-014-0189-z.
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2:   Gao, L. and A. Bretscher, 2008. Analysis of unregulated formin activity reveals how yeast can balance F-actin assembly between different microfilament-based organizations. Mol. Biol. Cell, 19: 1474-1484.
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3:   Gao, L. and A. Bretscher, 2009. Polarized growth in budding yeast in the absence of a localized formin. J. Cell Biol., 20: 2540-2548.
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4:   Gao, L. and J. Alumkal, 2010. Epigenetic regulation of androgen receptor signaling in prostate cancer. Epigenetics, 5: 100-104.
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5:   Gao, L., J. Schwartzman, A. Gibbs, R. Lisac and R. Kleinschmidt et al., 2013. Androgen receptor promotes ligand-independent prostate cancer progression through C-Myc upregulation. PLoS One, Vol. 8. 10.1371/journal.pone.0063563.
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6:   Gao, L., W. Liu and A. Bretscher, 2010. The yeast formin Bnr1p has two localization regions that show spatially and temporally distinct association with septin structures. Mol. Biol. Cell, 21: 1253-1262.
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7:   Pruyne, D., A. Legesse-Miller, L. Gao, Y. Dong and A. Bretscher, 2004. Mechanisms of polarized growth and organelle segregation in yeast. Ann. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol., 20: 559-591.
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8:   Pruyne, D., L. Gao, E. Bi and A. Bretscher, 2004. Stable and dynamic axes of polarity use distinct formin isoforms in budding yeast. Mol. Biol. Cell, 15: 4971-4989.
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9:   Schwartzman, J., S. Mongoue-Tchokote, A. Gibbs, L. Gao and C.L. Corless et al., 2011. A DNA methylation microarray-based study identifies ERG as a gene commonly methylated in prostate cancer. Epigenetics, 6: 1248-1256.
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10:   Suwaki, N., E. Vanhecke, K.M. Atkins, M. Graf and K. Swabey et al., 2011. A HIF-regulated VHL-PTP1B-Src signaling axis identifies a therapeutic target in renal cell carcinoma. Sci. Transl. Med., Vol. 3. .
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11:   Weinmann, S., S.K. Van Den Eeden, R. Haque, C. Chen and K. Richert-Boe et al., 2013. Immunohistochemical expression of ERG in the molecular epidemiology of fatal prostate cancer study. Prostate, 73: 1371-1377.
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