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Jingli   Cao

Jingli Cao


Ph.D. in Cell Biology, Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2012

Current position

Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Cell Biology, Duke University


  1. Zhao, H., Zhu, L., Zhu, Y., Cao, J., Li, S., Huang, Q., Xu, T., Huang, X., Yan, X. and Zhu, X. (2013). The Cep63 paralogue Deup1 enables massive de novo centriole biogenesis for vertebrate multiciliogenesis. Nat Cell Biol 15(12): 1434-1444.
  2. Cao, J.*, Shen, Y.*, Zhu, L., Xu, Y., Zhou, Y., Wu, Z., Li, Y., Yan, X. and Zhu, X. (2012). miR-129-3p controls cilia assembly by regulating CP110 and actin dynamics. Nat Cell Biol 14(7): 697-706. (*Co-first author)
  3. Cao, J. L. and Zhu, X. L. (2010). The Epithelial Cell Polarity. Chinese Journal of Cell Biology 32(2): 163-168. (Review in chinese)
  4. Zhang, Q., Wang, F., Cao, J., Shen, Y., Huang, Q., Bao, L. and Zhu, X. (2009). Nudel promotes axonal lysosome clearance and endo-lysosome formation via dynein-mediated transport. Traffic 10(9): 1337-1349.
  5. Wang, F., Zhang, Q., Cao, J., Huang, Q. and Zhu, X. (2008). The microtubule plus end-binding protein EB1 is involved in Sertoli cell plasticity in testicular seminiferous tubules. Exp Cell Res 314(1): 213-226.
Protocols by Jingli Cao
  1. Fluorescence Microscopy for Cilia in Cultured Cells and Zebrafish Embryos