Yao Chen

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Neurobiology Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
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Peter Lawrence research assistant MRC-LMB
Damon Page research assistant MRC-LMB
Karel Svoboda research assistant CSHL
John Flanagan grad student 2009 Harvard
 (Mechanism to establish graded mapping labels in the embryonic midbrain.)
Bernardo L. Sabatini post-doc Harvard Medical School
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Babaiasl M, Boccelli S, Chen Y, et al. (2020) Predictive mechanics-based model for depth of cut (DOC) of waterjet in soft tissue for waterjet-assisted medical applications. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing
Lee SJ, Chen Y, Lodder B, et al. (2019) Monitoring Behaviorally Induced Biochemical Changes Using Fluorescence Lifetime Photometry. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 766
Yang F, Fang H, Wang D, et al. (2018) HPRT1 activity loss is associated with resistance to thiopurine in ALL. Oncotarget. 9: 2268-2278
Chen Y, Granger AJ, Tran T, et al. (2017) Endogenous Gαq-Coupled Neuromodulator Receptors Activate Protein Kinase A. Neuron
Chen Y, Saulnier JL, Yellen G, et al. (2016) Corrigendum: A PKA activity sensor for quantitative analysis of endogenous GPCR signaling via 2-photon FRET-FLIM imaging. Frontiers in Pharmacology. 7: 46
Chen Y, Saulnier JL, Yellen G, et al. (2014) A PKA activity sensor for quantitative analysis of endogenous GPCR signaling via 2-photon FRET-FLIM imaging. Frontiers in Pharmacology. 5: 56
Chen Y, Sabatini BL. (2012) Signaling in dendritic spines and spine microdomains. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 22: 389-96
Chen Y, Mohammadi M, Flanagan JG. (2009) Graded levels of FGF protein span the midbrain and can instruct graded induction and repression of neural mapping labels. Neuron. 62: 773-80
Chen Y, Flanagan JG. (2006) Follow your nose: axon pathfinding in olfactory map formation. Cell. 127: 881-4
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