Xuecai Ge, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 University of California, Merced, Merced, CA, United States 
Area:
Neural development, Cell signaling, neuro-endocrinology
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Li-Huei Tsai grad student 2009 Harvard
 (Functions of the centrosome in embryonic neurogenesis.)
Marc Tessier-Lavigne post-doc 2010-2011 Stanford
Matthew P. Scott post-doc 2011-2015 Stanford (Chemistry Tree)
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Cai E, Zhang J, Ge X. (2021) Control of the Hedgehog pathway by compartmentalized PKA in the primary cilium. Science China. Life Sciences
Peng H, Zhang J, Ya A, et al. (2021) Myomegalin regulates Hedgehog pathway by controlling PDE4D at the centrosome. Molecular Biology of the Cell. mbcE21020064
Gan L, Seki A, Shen K, et al. (2019) The lysosomal GPCR-like protein GPR137B regulates Rag and mTORC1 localization and activity. Nature Cell Biology
Purzner T, Purzner J, Buckstaff T, et al. (2018) Developmental phosphoproteomics identifies the kinase CK2 as a driver of Hedgehog signaling and a therapeutic target in medulloblastoma. Science Signaling. 11
Mall M, Kareta MS, Chanda S, et al. (2017) Myt1l safeguards neuronal identity by actively repressing many non-neuronal fates. Nature
Huang Q, Ge X, Li P, et al. (2015) Detection of autophagy in Hirschsprung's disease: implication for its role in aganglionosis. Neuroreport. 26: 1044-50
Ge X, Milenkovic L, Suyama K, et al. (2015) Phosphodiesterase 4D acts downstream of Neuropilin to control Hedgehog signal transduction and the growth of medulloblastoma. Elife. 4
Ge X, Milenkovic L, Suyama K, et al. (2015) Author response: Phosphodiesterase 4D acts downstream of Neuropilin to control Hedgehog signal transduction and the growth of medulloblastoma Elife
Frank CL, Ge X, Xie Z, et al. (2010) Control of activating transcription factor 4 (ATF4) persistence by multisite phosphorylation impacts cell cycle progression and neurogenesis. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 285: 33324-37
de Anda FC, Meletis K, Ge X, et al. (2010) Centrosome motility is essential for initial axon formation in the neocortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 10391-406
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