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  • PROJ WGS of the normal controls (retina tissues)

    Peiwei Chai, Shanghai Ninth people's hospital,2024.04.12


    The cohort includes 5 samples


  • PROJ WGS of the retinoblastoma

    Peiwei Chai, Shanghai Ninth people's hospital,2024.04.07


    This cohort includes 20 patients.



    Zheng Lab, Fudan univerisity,2024.04.12



  • PROJ RG cohort

    Chenfen Zhou, PICB,2020.12.17



  • PROJ Identification of a Defensive Niche Cell Population Expressing Gremlin1 in the Spleen to Restrain Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

    HelenHe Zhu, State Key Laboratory of Oncogenes and Related Genes, Renji‐Med‐X Stem Cell Research Center, Department of Urology, Ren Ji Hospital, School of Medicine, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China,2022.09.16


    The spleen plays a critical role in the pathogenesis of leukemia. However, our understanding of the splenic niche in regulating leukemic cells is very limited. Herein, we report identification of such a unique splenic niche population. Induced expression of a secreted protein Gremlin1 in a genetically engineered mouse model restrains the disease progression of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) and synergizes with first-line tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) treatment, whereas blockade of the Gremlin1 protein by a monoclonal antibody enhances the CML development. Intriguingly, the CML-promoting effect of anti-Gremlin1 antibody is most evident in the spleen but not in the bone marrow, which can be abrogated by splenectomy. Genetic ablation of Gremlin1+ cells leads to an accelerated CML progression. Together with analysis of single cell RNA-seq data, we find that Gremlin1 marks a unique stromal cell population in the spleen of not only mice, but also humans. Mechanistically, Gremlin1 induces apoptosis of leukemia stem cells (LSCs) via antagonizing the BMP pathway. Together, we demonstrate that Gremlin1 and Gremlin1+ cells are key defensive niche components in the spleen to limit the progression of CML, revealing an unprecedented mechanism for the body to fight off leukemia.


  • PROJ Metabolomic insights reveal pathogenesis and therapeutic potential in adult acute lymphoblastic leukemia

    Tuantuan Gui, Shanghai JiaoTong University,2024.03.25


    Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) poses formidable challenges in adult patients, considering its heterogeneous nature and relatively unfavorable prognosis among hematological malignancies.The metabolic interplay between body organs and bone marrow (BM) in ALL remains poorly understood, with limited knowledge beyond BM microenvironment in promoting ALL or how the body responds.


  • PROJ 测试项目

    Luo Ruijin, ,2023.11.09




  • PROJ 测试删除项目

    Luo Ruijin, ,2024.04.09



  • PROJ Microbial community succession patterns in the Changjiang river-ocean continuum

    jiao liu, ocean university of china,2024.03.31


    we investigated the planktonic and benthic prokaryotic communities along a river-to-sea continuum of the Changjiang River, China, to explore their distinct spatial dynamics.


  • PROJ Mice mammary gland adult

    Chunye LIU, SIBCB,2023.01.08


    Mammary glands from 8- to 12-week-old virgin female mice were isolated and single-cell suspension was obtained. Mammary stem cell enriched population (Lin-, CD24+, CD29hi) cells were isolated using BD FACSJazz. The purity of sorted population was routinely checked and ensured to be more than 95%. Total RNA from day-3 colonies cultured in the presence of PBS and IL1beta was extracted with Trizol according to the manufacturer’s instructions.