Jenhao H. Ting, Ph.D. - Publications

Neuroscience University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Molecular mechanisms underlying neuronal loss in neurodegenerative disorders

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2018 Jackson DP, Ting JH, Pozniak PD, Meurice C, Schleidt SS, Dao A, Lee AH, Klinman E, Jordan-Sciutto KL. Identification and characterization of two novel alternatively spliced E2F1 transcripts in the rat CNS. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. PMID 29936143 DOI: 10.1016/j.mcn.2018.06.003  0.44
2015 Zyskind JW, Wang Y, Cho G, Ting JH, Kolson DL, Lynch DR, Jordan-Sciutto KL. E2F1 in neurons is cleaved by calpain in an NMDA receptor-dependent manner in a model of HIV-induced neurotoxicity. Journal of Neurochemistry. 132: 742-55. PMID 25279448 DOI: 10.1111/jnc.12956  0.4
2014 Ting JH, Marks DR, Schleidt SS, Wu JN, Zyskind JW, Lindl KA, Blendy JA, Pierce RC, Jordan-Sciutto KL. Targeted gene mutation of E2F1 evokes age-dependent synaptic disruption and behavioral deficits. Journal of Neurochemistry. 129: 850-63. PMID 24460902 DOI: 10.1111/jnc.12655  0.4
2012 Wang Y, Zyskind JW, Colacurcio DJ, Lindl KA, Ting JH, Grigoriev G, Jordan-Sciutto KL. Differential roles for caspase-mediated and calpain-mediated cell death in 1- and 3-week-old rat cortical cultures. Neuroreport. 23: 1052-8. PMID 23111339 DOI: 10.1097/WNR.0b013e32835ad25d  0.4
2010 Wang Y, Shyam N, Ting JH, Akay C, Lindl KA, Jordan-Sciutto KL. E2F1 localizes predominantly to neuronal cytoplasm and fails to induce expression of its transcriptional targets in human immunodeficiency virus-induced neuronal damage. Neuroscience Letters. 479: 97-101. PMID 20580656 DOI: 10.1016/j.neulet.2010.05.032  0.4
2008 Nekrasova T, Jobes ML, Ting JH, Wagner GC, Minden A. Targeted disruption of the Pak5 and Pak6 genes in mice leads to deficits in learning and locomotion. Developmental Biology. 322: 95-108. PMID 18675265 DOI: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2008.07.006  0.4
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