Danyang Li

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Flowering, which plays a crucial role in the growth and development of flowering plants, is a crucial point from vegetative growth to reproductive growth. The goal of this study was to examine the differences between the transcriptomes of the Chinese cabbage mutant pdm and the corresponding wild-type line ‘FT’. We performed transcriptome analysis on mRNA(More)
Focal adhesion kinase (FAK) expression has been identified as associated with cancer development and metas-tasis. Autophosphorylation of FAK at tyrosine (Y) 397 (pY397) performs a critical role in tumor cell signaling. However, few studies have evaluated the expression of pY397 FAK in non‑small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). In the present study, pY397 FAK(More)
Understanding the mechanism of protective antibody recognition against highly pathogenic avian influenza A virus H5N1 in humans is critical for the development of effective therapies and vaccines. Here we report the crystal structure of three H5-specific human monoclonal antibodies bound to the globular head of hemagglutinin (HA) with distinct epitope(More)
In previous experiments, ginsenoside Rh2 induced apoptosis and cell cycle arrest, which indicates a potential role for ginsenoside Rh2 in anticancer treatment. The effect of ginsenoside Rh2 on cancer is marked and ginsenoside Rh2 has been shown to inhibit pancreatic tumor migratory ability. In the present study, Transwell chambers were used in order to(More)
Cells are known to respond to physical cues from their microenvironment such as matrix rigidity. Discrete adhesive ligands within flexible strands of fibronectin connect cell surface integrins to the broader extracellular matrix and are thought to mediate mechanosensing through the cytoskeleton-integrin-ECM linkage. We set out to determine if adhesive(More)
A stably inherited petal degeneration mutant pdm of the Chinese cabbage was obtained from its wild-type ‘FT’ by radiation treatment (60Co γ-rays) and isolated microspore culture. Petals of the pdm mutant were observed to be shriveled, degenerated, not fully expanded, and darker at the flowering stage than those of ‘FT.’ The pdm mutant phenotype was found to(More)
Mutants are ideal for studying physiological processes. The leaves of Chinese cabbage are a major place for photosynthesis, and the mutation of these leaves may directly affect the rate of plant growth and development, thus influencing the formation of its leafy head. We characterized a slow-growing mutant, which was designated as drm. The drm exhibited(More)
A new method for generation and screening Chinese cabbage mutants was employed in this study. In order to quickly obtain homozygous mutants in Chinese cabbage, isolated microspore culturing and ethyl methanesulfonate mutagenesis were performed on a doubled haploid line. Microspores were treated with different concentrations (0.04, 0.08, 0.12 %, v/v) of(More)
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