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    CAMP and cGMP Play an Essential Role in Galvanotaxis of Cell Fragments
    with K. Zhu, A. Miu, M. Yen, B. Liu, Q. Zeng, A. Mogilner, and M. Zhao
    © 2015 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Cell fragments devoid of the nucleus and major organelles are found in physiology and pathology, for example platelets derived from megakaryocytes, and cell fragments from white blood cells and glioma cells. Platelets exhibit active chemotaxis. Fragments from white blood cells display chemotaxis, phagocytosis, and bactericidal functions. Signaling mechanisms underlying migration of cell fragments are poorly understood. Here we used fish keratocyte fragments and dem…Read more
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    Signature of type-II Weyl semimetal phase in MoTe 2
    with J. Jiang, Z. K. Liu, H. F. Yang, C. R. Rajamathi, Y. P. Qi, L. X. Yang, C. Chen, H. Peng, C. C. Hwang, S. Z. Sun, S. K. Mo, I. Vobornik, J. Fujii, S. S. P. Parkin, C. Felser, B. H. Yan, and Y. L. Chen
    © The Author 2017.Topological Weyl semimetal, a new state of quantum matter, has sparked enormous research interest recently. Possessing unique Weyl fermions in the bulk and Fermi arcs on the surface, TWSs offer a rare platform for realizing many exotic physical phenomena. TWSs can be classified into type-I that respect Lorentz symmetry and type-II that do not. Here, we directly visualize the electronic structure of MoTe 2, a recently proposed type-II TWS. Using angle-resolved photoemission spec…Read more
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    © 2016 American Society of Plant Biologists. All rights reserved.Calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase has been shown to play an important role in abscisic acid -induced antioxidant defense and enhance the tolerance of plants to drought stress. However, its downstream molecular events are poorly understood. Here, we identify a NAC transcription factor, ZmNAC84, in maize, which physically interacts with ZmCCaMK in vitro and in vivo. ZmNAC84 displays a partially overlapping expression patter…Read more
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    An electrochemomechanical theory of defects in ionic solids. Part II. Examples
    with N. Swaminathan and J. Qu
    Philosophical Magazine 87 (11): 1723-1742. 2007.
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    An electrochemomechanical theory of defects in ionic solids. I. Theory
    with N. Swaminathan and J. Qu
    Philosophical Magazine 87 (11): 1705-1721. 2007.