Chen Chu
Chen Chu
Harvard Medical School and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
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Autophagy induction stabilizes microtubules and promotes axon regeneration after spinal cord injury
M He, Y Ding, C Chu, J Tang, Q Xiao, ZG Luo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (40), 11324-11329, 2016
Reversible pore‐structure evolution in hollow silica nanocapsules: large pores for siRNA delivery and nanoparticle collecting
Y Chen, C Chu, Y Zhou, Y Ru, H Chen, F Chen, Q He, Y Zhang, L Zhang, ...
Small 7 (20), 2935-2944, 2011
Acetylation-dependent regulation of PD-L1 nuclear translocation dictates the efficacy of anti-PD-1 immunotherapy
Y Gao, NT Nihira, X Bu, C Chu, J Zhang, A Kolodziejczyk, Y Fan, NT Chan, ...
Nature cell biology 22 (9), 1064-1075, 2020
Prediction and analysis of cell-penetrating peptides using pseudo-amino acid composition and random forest models
L Chen, C Chu, T Huang, X Kong, YD Cai
Amino acids 47, 1485-1493, 2015
Identification of drug-drug interactions using chemical interactions
L Chen, C Chu, YH Zhang, M Zheng, LC Zhu, XY Kong, T Huang
Current Bioinformatics 12 (6), 526-534, 2017
Gene ontology and KEGG pathway enrichment analysis of a drug target-based classification system
L Chen, C Chu, J Lu, X Kong, T Huang, YD Cai
PloS one 10 (5), e0126492, 2015
Cdk1 controls global epigenetic landscape in embryonic stem cells
W Michowski, JM Chick, C Chu, A Kolodziejczyk, Y Wang, JM Suski, ...
Molecular cell 78 (3), 459-476. e13, 2020
The use of Gene Ontology terms and KEGG pathways for analysis and prediction of oncogenes
Z Xing, C Chu, L Chen, X Kong
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects 1860 (11), 2725-2734, 2016
Predicting the types of metabolic pathway of compounds using molecular fragments and sequential minimal optimization
L Chen, C Chu, K Feng
Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening 19 (2), 136-143, 2016
A sequence of 28S rRNA-derived small RNAs is enriched in mature sperm and various somatic tissues and possibly associates with inflammation
C Chu, L Yu, B Wu, L Ma, LT Gou, M He, Y Guo, ZT Li, W Gao, H Shi, ...
Journal of molecular cell biology, 1-4, 2017
Spink13, an epididymis-specific gene of the Kazal-type serine protease inhibitor (SPINK) family, is essential for the acrosomal integrity and male fertility
L Ma, H Yu, Z Ni, S Hu, W Ma, C Chu, Q Liu, Y Zhang
Journal of Biological Chemistry 288 (14), 10154-10165, 2013
Cyclin E in normal physiology and disease states
C Chu, Y Geng, Y Zhou, P Sicinski
Trends in Cell Biology 31 (9), 732-746, 2021
A computational method for the identification of new candidate carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic chemicals
L Chen, C Chu, J Lu, X Kong, T Huang, YD Cai
Molecular BioSystems 11 (9), 2541-2550, 2015
Epididymal region-specific miRNA expression and DNA methylation and their roles in controlling gene expression in rats
C Chu, G Zheng, S Hu, J Zhang, S Xie, W Ma, M Ni, C Tang, L Zhou, ...
PLoS One 10 (4), e0124450, 2015
Epididymal small non‐coding RNA studies: progress over the past decade
C Chu, YL Zhang, L Yu, S Sharma, ZL Fei, JR Drevet
Andrology 7 (5), 681-689, 2019
Analysis of gene expression profiles in the human brain stem, cerebellum and cerebral cortex
L Chen, C Chu, YH Zhang, C Zhu, X Kong, T Huang, YD Cai
PLoS One 11 (7), e0159395, 2016
Exploring mouse protein function via multiple approaches
G Huang, C Chu, T Huang, X Kong, Y Zhang, N Zhang, YD Cai
PLoS One 11 (11), e0166580, 2016
A hybrid computational method for the discovery of novel reproduction-related genes
L Chen, C Chu, X Kong, G Huang, T Huang, YD Cai
PloS one 10 (3), e0117090, 2015
Discovery of new candidate genes related to brain development using protein interaction information
L Chen, C Chu, X Kong, T Huang, YD Cai
PLoS One 10 (1), e0118003, 2015
Analysis of the chemical toxicity effects using the enrichment of Gene Ontology terms and KEGG pathways
L Chen, YH Zhang, Q Zou, C Chu, Z Ji
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects 1860 (11), 2619-2626, 2016
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