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Lin  Fang

Lin Fang


Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Department of Chemistry, Institute of Molecular Biology, University of Oregon, 2006

Current position

She is a postdoc fellow in Department of Pediatrics-Gastroenterology, School of medicine, Stanford University. Her research focuses on temporal control on expression of digestive enzymes in small intestines.


  1. Fang, L., Seki, A. and Fang, G. (2009). SKAP associates with kinetochores and promotes the metaphase-to-anaphase transition. Cell Cycle 8(17): 2819-2827.
  2. Fang, L. and Fang, G. (2007). Centromere cohesion: regulating the guardian. Cell Res 17(8): 664-665.
  3. Ricketson, D., Hostick, U., Fang, L., Yamamoto, K. R. and Darimont, B. D. (2007). A conformational switch in the ligand-binding domain regulates the dependence of the glucocorticoid receptor on Hsp90. J Mol Biol 368(3): 729-741.
  4. Fang, L., Ricketson, D., Getubig, L. and Darimont, B. (2006). Unliganded and hormone-bound glucocorticoid receptors interact with distinct hydrophobic sites in the Hsp90 C-terminal domain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103(49): 18487-18492.
  5. Song, S., Zhao, H.-W., Cao, J.-R., Fang, L., Wang, Y., Zhu, L.-J., Zhang, R. and Wang, N.-N. (2002). Cloning and preliminary structural and functional analysis of two putative Receptor-like Protein Kinase genes from soybean. Journal of Plant Physiology and Molecular Biology 28(3): 241-246.
Protocols by Lin Fang
  1. Stable Caco-2 Cell Line Construction
  2. [Bio101] Chloroform-ethanol Isolation Genomic DNA from Mouse Tail
  3. [Bio101] Expression and Purification of GST-tagged Proteins from E. coli
  4. Antibody Purification from Western Blotting