Hong-Sheng Li Lab Student Publications

 

This collection showcases the journal articles and other publications authored by students in the Hong-Sheng Li Lab. The Hong-Sheng Li Lab at the University of Massachusetts Medical School was established in 2002, in the Department of Neurobiology. Student authors are Peiyi Guo (PhD, Neuroscience Program, 2010), Lina Ni (PhD, Neuroscience Program, 2010) and Caitlin Quigley (MD/PhD 2016).

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Publications from 2016

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Drosophila Vision Depends on Carcinine Uptake by an Organic Cation Transporter, Ratna Chaturvedi, Zhuo Luan, Peiyi Guo, and Hong-Sheng Li

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The Drosophila Homolog of the Intellectual Disability Gene ACSL4 Acts in Glia to Regulate Morphology and Neuronal Activity: A Dissertation, Caitlin M. Quigley

Publications from 2015

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The putative Na(+)/Cl(-)-dependent neurotransmitter/osmolyte transporter inebriated in the Drosophila hindgut is essential for the maintenance of systemic water homeostasis, Zhuo Luan, Caitlin Quigley, and Hong-Sheng Li

Publications from 2012

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Protein Gq modulates termination of phototransduction and prevents retinal degeneration, Wen Hu, Didi Wan, Xiaoming Yu, Jinguo Cao, Peiyi Guo, Hong-Sheng Li, and Junhai Han

Publications from 2010

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A Glia-Mediated Feedback Mechanism for the Termination of Drosophila Visual Response: A Dissertation, Peiyi Guo

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Maintenance of Visual Sensitivity in the Drosophila Eye: A Dissertation, Lina Ni

Publications from 2008

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Mutation of a TADR protein leads to rhodopsin and Gq-dependent retinal degeneration in Drosophila, Lina Ni, Peiyi Guo, Keith Reddig, Mirna Mitra, and Hong-Sheng Li

Publications from 2006

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The fly CAMTA transcription factor potentiates deactivation of rhodopsin, a G protein-coupled light receptor, Junhai Han, Ping Gong, Keith Reddig, Mirna Mitra, Peiyi Guo, and Hong-Sheng Li