Jiulin Du, Ph.D

Institute of Neuroscience, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China 
retina, zebrafish, neuromodulator, vescular
"Jiulin Du"
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Wei Huang research assistant 2007-2008 ION, CAS
Hongyu Li grad student
Yu Mu grad student
Ying Li grad student 2007-2012 Harvard
Xufei Du grad student 2006-2013 ION, CAS
Chunfeng Shang research scientist 2012- ION, CAS
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Zi H, Peng X, Cao J, et al. (2024) Piezo1-dependent regulation of pericyte proliferation by blood flow during brain vascular development. Cell Reports. 43: 113652
Tao R, Wang K, Chen TL, et al. (2023) A genetically encoded ratiometric indicator for tryptophan. Cell Discovery. 9: 106
Du XF, Li FN, Peng XL, et al. (2023) Circadian regulation of developmental synaptogenesis via the hypocretinergic system. Nature Communications. 14: 3195
Wu Z, He K, Chen Y, et al. (2021) A sensitive GRAB sensor for detecting extracellular ATP in vitro and in vivo. Neuron
Liu TT, Du XF, Zhang BB, et al. (2020) Piezo1-Mediated Ca Activities Regulate Brain Vascular Pathfinding during Development. Neuron
Zhang Z, Bai L, Cong L, et al. (2020) Imaging volumetric dynamics at high speed in mouse and zebrafish brain with confocal light field microscopy. Nature Biotechnology
Liu J, Pan L, Shang C, et al. (2020) A highly sensitive and selective nanosensor for near-infrared potassium imaging. Science Advances. 6: eaax9757
Liu J, Zhang R, Shang CF, et al. (2020) Near-infrared voltage nanosensors enable real-time imaging of neuronal activities in mice and zebrafish. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Li J, Li HY, Gu SY, et al. (2019) One-step generation of zebrafish carrying a conditional knockout-knockin visible switch via CRISPR/Cas9-mediated intron targeting. Science China. Life Sciences
Zhang RW, Du WJ, Prober DA, et al. (2019) Müller Glial Cells Participate in Retinal Waves via Glutamate Transporters and AMPA Receptors. Cell Reports. 27: 2871-2880.e2
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