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2.Zhang X, Feng J, Chen S, Yang H, Dong Z. Synergized regulation of NK cell education by NKG2A and specific Ly49 family members. Nat Commun. 2019 Nov 1;10(1):5010.
3.He J, Wang Y, Liu T, Liu G, Chen S, Li Q, Quan Y, Yang H, Feng J, Wang S, Yang M, Dong Z*. Stage-specific requirement of kinase PDK1 for NK cells development and activation. Cell Death Differ. 2019 Jan 8.
4.Chen S, Li Z, Cai C, Liu GW, Wang Y, Blonska M, Dan Li D, Du J, Lin X, Yang M, and Dong Z*. Dissection of SAP-dependent and SAP-independent SLAM Family Signaling in NKT Cell Development and Humoral Immunity, Journal Experimental Medicine. 2017 Feb;214(2):475-489.
5.Chen S, Yang M, Du J, Li D, Li ZH, Cai C, Ma Y, Zhang Y, Tian Z*, and Dong Z*. The self-specific activation receptor SLAM family is critical to NK cell education. Immunity. 2016, 45(2): 292-304.
6.Yang M, Chen S, Du J, He J, Wang Y, Zehua, Li Z, Liu G, Peng W, Zeng X, Li D, Xu P, Guo W, Chang Z, Wang S, Tian Z and Dong Z*. NK cell development requires Tsc1-dependent negative regulation of IL-15-trgiggered mTORC1 activation. Nature Communications. 2016 Sep 7;7:12730
7.Du J, Yang MX, Chen SS, Li D, Chang Z, and Dong Z* PDK1 promotes tumor growth and metastasis in a spontaneous breast cancer model. Oncogene, 2016;35(25):3314-23.
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