Dr. K.Y. Chen's Laboratory - Publications

Publications (2008-present)

Oza, J., Yang, J., Chen, K.Y. and Liu, A.Y-C. Changes in the regulation of heat shock gene expression in neuronal cell differentiation. Cell Stress and Chaperons, 13, 73-84, 2008.

Gosslau, A., Pabbaraja, S., Knapp and Chen, K.Y. Trans- and cis-stilbene polyphenols induced rapid perinuclear mitochondrial clustering and p53-independent apoptosis in cancer cells but not normal cells. European J. Pharmacology, 587, 25-34, 2008.

Yang, J., Oza, J., Bridges, K, Chen, K.Y. Liu, A.Y.-C. Neural differentiation and the attenuated heat shock response. Brain Research, 1203, 39-50, 2008.

Yang, J., Bridges, K., Chen, K.Y. and Liu, A. Y.-C. Riluzole increases the amount of latent HSF1 for an amplified heat shock response and cytoprotection. PloS ONE 1-11, 2008.

Lu, J., Gosslau, A. , Liu, A.Y.-C. and Chen, K.Y. PCR differential display-based identification of regulator of G protein signaling 10 as the target gene in human colon cancer cells induced by black tea polyphenol theaflavin monogallate. European J Pharmacology, 601, 66-72, 2008.

Lee, Y.K. , Liu, D., Lu , J., Chen, K.Y. and Liu, A. Y.-C. Aberrant regulation and modification of heat shock factor 1 in senescent human diploid fibroblasts. J. Cell Biochem. 106, 267-278, 2009.

Gosslau, A., Jao, D., Liu, A.Y-C. and Chen, K.Y. Thermal killing of human colon cancer cells Is associated with the loss of eukaryotic initiation factor 5A. J Cell Physiol, 219, 485-493, 2009.

Gosslau, A., Jao, D.L., Huang, M.T., Ho, C.T., Evans, D., Rawson, N.E., and Chen, K.Y. Effects of the black tea polyphenol theaflavin-2 on apoptotic and inflammatory pathways in vitro and in vivo. Mol. Nutr. Food Res, 55, 198-208, 2011.

Gosslau, A., Li, s., Rawson, N.E., Ho, C-T., and Chen, K.Y. The importance of natural product characterization in studies of their anti-inflammatory activity. Mol. Nutr. Mol. Nutr. Food Res, 55, 74-82, 2011.

Liu, D.J., Hammer, D., Komlos, D., Chen, K.Y. Firestein, B.L. and Liu, A. Y.C. SIRT1 knowckdown promotes neural differentiation and attenuates the heat shock response. J Cell Physiol. 229, 1224-1235, 2014.

Gosslau, A., Chen, K.Y., Ho, C-T., and Li, S. Anti-inflammatory effects of characterized orange peel extracts enriched with bioactive polymethoxyflavones. Food Science and Human Wellness, 3, 26-35, 2014.