Qingzhong Ren, Ph.D.

2012-2019 Janelia Research Campus / HHMI 
Genetics, Neuroscience, Developmental Biology
"Qingzhong Ren"
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Aike Guo grad student 2006-2012 Chinese Academic Science
Tzumin Lee post-doc 2012-2019
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Yao Z, van Velthoven CTJ, Nguyen TN, et al. (2021) A taxonomy of transcriptomic cell types across the isocortex and hippocampal formation. Cell
Chen HM, Yao X, Ren Q, et al. (2020) Enhanced Golic+: Highly effective CRISPR gene targeting and transgene HACKing in . Development (Cambridge, England)
Lee YJ, Yang CP, Miyares RL, et al. (2020) Conservation and divergence of related neuronal lineages in the central brain. Elife. 9
Lee Y, Yang C, Miyares RL, et al. (2020) Author response: Conservation and divergence of related neuronal lineages in the Drosophila central brain Elife
Ren Q, Awasaki T, Wang YC, et al. (2018) Lineage-guided Notch-dependent gliogenesis by multi-potent progenitors. Development (Cambridge, England)
Shao L, Saver M, Chung P, et al. (2017) Dissection of the Drosophila neuropeptide F circuit using a high-throughput two-choice assay. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Ren Q, Yang CP, Liu Z, et al. (2017) Stem Cell-Intrinsic, Seven-up-Triggered Temporal Factor Gradients Diversify Intermediate Neural Progenitors. Current Biology : Cb
Ren Q, Awasaki T, Huang YF, et al. (2016) Cell Class-Lineage Analysis Reveals Sexually Dimorphic Lineage Compositions in the Drosophila Brain. Current Biology : Cb
Yang CP, Fu CC, Sugino K, et al. (2015) Transcriptomes of lineage-specific Drosophila neuroblasts profiled via genetic targeting and robotic sorting. Development (Cambridge, England)
Wang YC, Yang JS, Johnston R, et al. (2014) Drosophila intermediate neural progenitors produce lineage-dependent related series of diverse neurons. Development (Cambridge, England). 141: 253-8
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