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Jiang-Wei Lin   Ph.D  
Title Professor
Address Kunming Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 17 longxin road, Kunming, Yunnan, 650223, China
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   Education and Appointments:

Jiang-Wei Lin, Ph.D., Professor & Principal Investigator



2019.9-Present: Principal Investigator, Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2018.4-2019.9: Postdoctoral Fellow, Helmholtz Zentrum München, Institute of Epigenetics and Stem Cells

2012.9-2018.4: Ph.D., Max Planck Research Unit for Neurogenetics

2009.7-2012.7: Research assistant, Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, SIBS, CAS

2006.9-2009.6: M.Sc., Yangzhou University

2001.9-2005.6: B.Sc., Hunan Normal University

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   Research Interests:

The major interests of our lab are somatic cell nuclear transfer in non-human primates, embryonic derived stem cell lines and gene editing.

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  Selected Publications:

1Lin, J., Khan, M., Zapiec, B., Mombaerts, P. (2017). PDGFRA is not essential for the derivation and maintenance of mouse extraembryonic endoderm stem cell lines. Stem Cell Reports 9, 1062–1070.


2. Lin, J., Khan, M., Zapiec, B., Mombaerts, P. (2016). Efficient derivation of extra-embryonic endoderm stem cell lines from mouse post-implantation embryos. Scientific Reports 6, 39457; doi: 10.1038/srep39457.


3. Katidou, M., Grosmaitre, X., Lin, J., Mombaerts, P. (2018). G-protein coupled receptors Mc4r and Drd1a can serve as surrogate odorant receptors in mouse olfactory sensory neurons. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 88, 138–147.



4. Koentgen, F., Lin, J., Katidou, M., Chang, I., Khan, M., Watts, J., Mombaerts, P. (2016). Exclusive transmission of embryonic stem cell-derived genome through the mouse germline. Genesis 54, 326–333. 



5. Qin, Y.*, Lin, J.*, Zhou, C.*, Yin, Q., Xie, Z., Zhang, X., Liu, X.Y., Gao, W., Li, J. (2013). Mice cloned from white adipose tissue-derived cells. J. Mol. Cell. Biol. 5, 348-350. (* Co-first authors)


6. Lin, J., Shi, L., Zhang, M., Yang, H., Qin, Y., Zhang, J., Gong, D., Zhang, X., Li, D., Li, J. (2011). Defects in trophoblast cell lineage account for the impaired in vivo development of cloned embryos generated by somatic nuclear transfer. Cell Stem Cell 8, 371–375.


7. Jiang, J.*, Ding, G.*, Lin, J.*, Zhang, M., Shi, L., Lv, W., Yang, H., Xiao, H., Pei, G., Li, Y., Wu, J., Li, J. (2011). Different developmental potential of pluripotent stem cells generated by different reprogramming strategies. J. Mol. Cell. Biol 3,197-199. (* Co-first authors)


8. Li, X., Zhu, L, Yang, A., Lin, J., Tang, F., Jin, S., Wei, Z., Li, J., Jin, Y. (2011). Calcineurin-NFAT signaling critically regulates early lineage specification in mouse embryonic stem cells and embryos. Cell Stem Cell 8, 46-58.


9. Yang, H., Shi, L., Zhang, S., Lin, J., Jiang, J., Li, J. (2010). High-efficiency somatic reprogramming induced by intact MII oocytes. Cell Res. 20,1034-1042

  Research Team:

Laboratory  Staff 

Ms. Fu-Shou He, Lab 

Mr. Jian-Lin Xu, Research assistant

Mr. Qiang Guo, Ph.D. Student

Ms. Ting-Ting Yu, Ph.D. Student

Ms. Shu Wei, Ph.D. Student

Mr. Guo-Meng Li, Master Student

Ms. Xue-Yong Chen, Master Student

Ms. Jia-Wei Xu, Master Student

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