Boxun Lu

Affiliations: 
biology University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
ion channel
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"Boxun Lu"
Mean distance: 17.55 (cluster 11)
 
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Parents

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Yan-Ai Mei research assistant Fudan university
Dejian Ren grad student 2009 Penn
 (Roles of the ion channel NALCN in neuronal excitability control.)

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Xinran Feng research assistant 2015-2018 Fudan university
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Fu Y, Lu B. (2021) Targeting lipid droplets for autophagic degradation by ATTEC. Autophagy. 1-3
Fu Y, Chen N, Wang Z, et al. (2021) Degradation of lipid droplets by chimeric autophagy-tethering compounds. Cell Research
Onur TS, Laitman A, Zhao H, et al. (2021) Downregulation of glial genes involved in synaptic function mitigates Huntington's Disease pathogenesis. Elife. 10
Wie J, Liu Z, Song H, et al. (2021) Author Correction: A growth-factor-activated lysosomal K channel regulates Parkinson's pathology. Nature
Lu S, Lu B. (2021) Degeneration Versus Development: Hunting-Out the D-Unit of Huntington's Disease. Neuroscience Bulletin
Wie J, Liu Z, Song H, et al. (2021) A growth-factor-activated lysosomal K channel regulates Parkinson's pathology. Nature
Li XJ, Zhang YY, Fu YH, et al. (2021) Gossypol, a novel modulator of VCP, induces autophagic degradation of mutant huntingtin by promoting the formation of VCP/p97-LC3-mHTT complex. Acta Pharmacologica Sinica
Wang C, Zhang YF, Guo S, et al. (2020) Correction to GPR52 Antagonist Reduces Huntingtin Levels and Ameliorates Huntington's Disease-Related Phenotypes. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
Wang C, Zhang YF, Guo S, et al. (2020) GPR52 Antagonist Reduces Huntingtin Levels and Ameliorates Huntington's Disease-Related Phenotypes. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
Zhang H, An P, Fei Y, et al. (2020) Modeling the Degradation Effects of Autophagosome Tethering Compounds. Neuroscience Bulletin
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