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Pingyong Xu, Ph.D, Prof. 
Principal Investigator
IBP Division -Institute of Biophysics Key Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Research
Genetically encoded probes and small molecular chemical probes; Regulation mechanism of glucose metabolism by neurons; Functional study of the relationship between autophagy and diabetes.
Specific projects in the lab include 1) the development of genetically encoded probes and small molecular chemical probes and examination of the application in fluorescence-based microscopy,  More... 
   
   
 
Ruiming Xu, Ph.D, Prof. 
Principal Investigator 
IBP Division -National Laboratory of Biomacromolecules 
Structural studies of gene expression and regulation 
The main research focus of our group is on structural studies of gene expression and regulation. Two themes of investigation include epigenetic control of gene transcription and mRNA processing: 1. Epigenetic control of gene expression. More... 
   
   
Tao Xu, Ph.D, Prof. 
Principal Investigator
IBP Division -National Laboratory of Biomacromolecules
To identify key proteins and regulatory mechanisms involved in the docking, priming and fusion of different secretary vesicles; To develop novel super-resolution imaging tools in combination with spectroscopic, biophysical and electron microscopy techniques.
Our studies focus on two aspects: one is to identify key proteins and regulatory mechanisms involved in the docking, priming and fusion of different secretary vesicles,  More... 
   
 
Yuanchao Xue,Ph.D, Prof.
Principal investigator
IBP Division -Key Laboratory of RNA Biology, Institute of Biophysics, CASciences
Transcriptional and epigenetic regulation of RNA binding proteins
Our laboratory will focus on the gene regulatory networks and fundamental events involved in cell fate determination and differentiation. More... 
   
   
 
Fuquan Yang, Ph.D, Prof. 
Principal Investigator
IBP Division -Core Facility for Protein Research
Biological mass spectrometry, proteomics and lipidomics: technique and application 
Biological mass spectrometry, proteomics, membrane proteomics, subcellular organelles proteomics, quantitative proteomics, identification of protein post-translational modification (PTM), peptidomics, lipidomics: method development and application in life science; More... 
   
   
 
Pengyuan Yang, Ph.D., Prof.  
Principal Investigator  
IBP Division -Chinese Academy of Sciences Key Laboratory of Infection and Immunity  
Tumor immune microenvironment  
1. Sensors and mediators for HBV infection and related inflammatory response. 2. HCC recovery and metastasis. 3. Tumor immune microenvironment. 4. Vascular homeostasis and related pathological process, including dysfunction of BBB and vascular tumor metastasis. More... 
   
   
   
Yan Yang, Ph.D., Prof.
Principal Investigator
IBP Division -State Key Laboratory of Brain & Cognitive Sciences
Neural mechanisms underlying motor learning and control
Correction and instruction are the way of life. When babies waddle and toddle or hoopsters shoot a basketball, our brains learn motor skills by errors or mistakes. However, the ability of motor learning and controlvaries considerably among individuals. More...
   
   
 
Keqiong Ye, Ph.D., Prof.
Principal Investigator
IBP Division -Chinese Academy of Sciences Key Laboratory of RNA Biology
Structural Biology of RNA
The RNA molecule plays important roles in diverse biological processes, such as protein synthesis, RNA processing and modification, and gene regulation. Our laboratory is interested in structural studies related to RNA biology, More... 
 
   
   

 

Yang Yu, Ph.D, Professor
Principal investigator
IBP Division -Chinese Academy of Sciences Key Laboratory of RNA Biology
Mechanism and biological roles of non-coding RNAs
Transposons comprise nearly half of the human genome. Transposon control is extremely challenging because the host must distinguish diverse elements from protein coding genes and selectively silence the former.  More... 
   
   
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