Xinghua Lu, MD, PhD, MS

Zheng*, B., McLean*, DC., and Lu, X. (2006) Identifying biological concepts from a protein-related corpus with a probabilistic topic model. BMC Bioinformatics 7:58. PMID: 16466569

Lu, X., Zhai, C., Gopalakrishnan, V.,and Buchanan, B.G. (2004) Automatic annotation of protein motif function with Gene Ontology terms.  BMC Bioinformatics 5:122. PMID: 15345032

Tao, T., Zhai, C., Lu, X. and Fang, H. (2004) A study of statistical methods for predicting function of protein motifs. Applied Bioinformatics, 3:115-124.  PMID: 15693737

Ng, Y.K., Lu, X., Gulacsi, A., Han, W., Saxton, M.J. and Levitan, E.S. (2003) Unexpected mobility variation among individual secretory vesicles produces an apparent refractory neuropeptide pool. Biophysical J. 84(6):4127-34. PMID: 12770915

Lu, X., Ellis-Davies, G.C.R., and Levitan E.S.(2003) Calcium requirements do not delimit the releasable neuropeptide pool. Cell Calcium 33(4):267-271. PMID: 12618147

Ng, K., Lu, X., Levitan, ES.. (2002)  Physical mobilization of secretory vesicles facilitates neuropeptide release by nerve growth factor-differentiated PC12 cells.  J Physiol (London) 542 (Pt2) 395-402. PMID: 12122140

Ng, Y.K., Lu, X. (equal contributing author), Walkins, S.C., Ellis-Davies, G.C. and Levitan, E.S., (2002) Nerve growth factor-induced differentiation changes the cellular organization of regulated peptide release by PC12 cells.  J. Neurosci. 22(10):3890-7. PMID: 12019308

Laplante JM, O'rourke F, Lu, X, Fein A, Olsen A, Feinstein MB  (2000) Cloning of human Ca2+ homoeostasis endoplasmic reticulum protein (CHERP): regulated expression of  antisense cDNA depletes CHERP, inhibits intracellular Ca2+ mobilization and  decreases cell  proliferation. Biochem. J.  348:189-99. PMID: 10794731

Zhang, T., Gealy, R., Lu, X., Takimoto, K., and Levitan, ES., (2000)  TRH regulates Kv1.5 gene expression though a Galphaq-mediated PLC-independent pathway.  Mol. Cell Endocrinol. 25;165(1-2):33-39. PMID: 10940481

Signore, A., O’Rourke, F., Lu, X., Feinstein, and Yeh, H. (1999)  Immunohistochemical localization of the InsP4 Receptor GTPase-Activating Protein GAP1IP4BP in the rat Brain.   J. Neurosci. Res. 55:321-328. PMID: 10348663

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