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Ying  Liu

Ying Liu


Ph.D. in Chemical biology, College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, Peking University, 2008

Current position

Associate professor, National Center for NanoScience and Techology, Beijing, P.R.China

Publications (since 2007)

  1. Liu, Y., Chen K, Yao, X., Gong, W., Liu, M., Wang, J.M.* (2013). Formyl peptide receptor agonistic peptides. Handbook of biologically active peptides. Immunological and inflammatory peptides. Academic Press. In press.
  2. Liu, Y., Chen, K., Wang, C., Gong, W., Yoshimura, T., Liu, M.* and Wang, J. M.* (2013). Cell surface receptor FPR2 promotes antitumor host defense by limiting M2 polarization of macrophages. Cancer Res 73(2): 550-560.
  3. Chen, K., Liu, M., Liu, Y., Yoshimura, T., Shen, W., Le, Y., Durum, S., Gong, W., Wang, C., Gao, J. L., Murphy, P. M. and Wang, J. M.* (2013). Formylpeptide receptor-2 contributes to colonic epithelial homeostasis, inflammation, and tumorigenesis. J Clin Invest 123(4): 1694-1704.
  4. Chen, K., Liu, M., Liu, Y., Wang, C., Yoshimura, T., Gong, W., Le, Y., Tessarollo, L. and Wang, J. M.* (2013). Signal relay by CC chemokine receptor 2 (CCR2) and formylpeptide receptor 2 (Fpr2) in the recruitment of monocyte-derived dendritic cells in allergic airway inflammation. J Biol Chem 288(23): 16262-16273.
  5. Liu, M., Chen, K., Yoshimura, T., Liu, Y., Gong, W., Wang, A., Gao, J. L., Murphy, P. M. and Wang, J. M.* (2012). Formylpeptide receptors are critical for rapid neutrophil mobilization in host defense against Listeria monocytogenes. Sci Rep 2: 786.
  6. Chen, K., Xiang, Y., Yao, X., Liu, Y., Gong, W., Yoshimura, T. and Wang, J. M.* (2011). The active contribution of Toll-like receptors to allergic airway inflammation. Int Immunopharmacol 11(10): 1391-1398.
  7. Yao, X, Liu, Y., Huang, J., Zhou, Y., Chen, K., Gong, W., Liu, M., Bian, X.W., Wang, J.M.* (2011). The role of chemoattractant receptors in the progression of glioma. Glioma-Exploring Its Biology and Practical Relevance Intech. Ed by Anirban Ghosh, Publisher: InTech, 13: 285-302. ISBN978-953-307-379-8.
  8. Yang, Y. #, Liu, Y. #, Yao, X., Ping, Y., Jiang, T., Liu, Q., Xu, S., Huang, J., Mou, H., Gong, W., Chen, K., Bian, X. and Wang, J. M.* (2011). Annexin 1 released by necrotic human glioblastoma cells stimulates tumor cell growth through the formyl peptide receptor 1. Am J Pathol 179(3): 1504-1512.
  9. Chen, K., Le, Y., Liu, Y., Gong, W., Ying, G., Huang, J., Yoshimura, T., Tessarollo, L. and Wang, J. M.* (2010). A critical role for the g protein-coupled receptor mFPR2 in airway inflammation and immune responses. J Immunol 184(7): 3331-3335.
  10. Chen, K., Huang, J., Liu, Y., Gong, W., Cui, Y. and Wang, J. M.* (2009). Synergy of TRIF-dependent TLR3 and MyD88-dependent TLR7 in up-regulating expression of mouse FPR2, a promiscuous G-protein-coupled receptor, in microglial cells. J Neuroimmunol 213(1-2): 69-77.
  11. Liu, Y.#, Wang, B.#, Wang, J., Wan, W., Sun, R., Zhao, Y. and Zhang, N.# (2009). Down-regulation of PKCzeta expression inhibits chemotaxis signal transduction in human lung cancer cells. Lung Cancer 63(2): 210-218.
  12.  Liu, Y., Wang, J., Wu, M., Wan, W., Sun, R., Yang, D., Sun, X., Ma, D., Ying, G. and Zhang, N.* (2009). Down-regulation of 3-phosphoinositide-dependent protein kinase-1 levels inhibits migration and experimental metastasis of human breast cancer cells. Mol Cancer Res 7(6): 944-954.
  13. Wang, J., Wan, W., Sun, R., Liu, Y., Sun, X., Ma, D. and Zhang, N.* (2008). Reduction of Akt2 expression inhibits chemotaxis signal transduction in human breast cancer cells. Cell Signal 20(6): 1025-1034.
  14. Zhao, C.#, Cai, M.#, Zhang, Y.#, Liu, Y., Sun, R. and Zhang, N.* (2007). Development of a microscopy-based assay for protein kinase Czeta activation in human breast cancer cells. Anal Biochem 362(1): 8-15.
  15. Wan, W., Zou, H., Sun, R., Liu, Y., Wang, J., Ma, D. and Zhang, N*. (2007). Investigate the role of PTEN in chemotaxis of human breast cancer cells. Cell Signal 19(11): 2227-2236.
  16. Liu, Y., Sun, R., Wan, W., Wang, J., Oppenheim, J. J., Chen, L. and Zhang, N. # (2007). The involvement of lipid rafts in epidermal growth factor-induced chemotaxis of breast cancer cells. Mol Membr Biol 24(2): 91-101.

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Protocols by Ying Liu
  1. Isolation of Mouse Tumor-Infiltrating Leukocytes by Percoll Gradient Centrifugation
  2. Mouse Macrophage Differentiation by Induction with Macrophage Colony-Stimulating Factor