Di Xiao

Di Xiao

PhD student

Publication year:
  1. 2022
  2. Published

    Phosphoproteomics of three exercise modalities identifies canonical signaling and C18ORF25 as an AMPK substrate regulating skeletal muscle function

    Blazev, R., Carl, Christian Strini, Ng, Y., Molendijk, J., Voldstedlund, Christian T, Zhao, Y., Xiao, Di, Kueh, A. J., Miotto, P. M., Haynes, V. R., Hardee, J. P., Chung, J. D., McNamara, J. W., Qian, H., Gregorevic, P., Oakhill, J. S., Herold, M. J., Jensen, Thomas Elbenhardt, Lisowski, L., Lynch, G. S., Dodd, G. T., Watt, M. J., Yang, P., Kiens, Bente, Richter, Erik A. & Parker, B. L., 2022, In: Cell Metabolism. 34, 10, p. 1561-1577.e9 27 p.

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