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Qing Deng

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Assistant Professor

Contact Info:
(765) 494-0423

Training Group(s):
Immunology and Infectious Diseases

Current Research Interests:

Danger signals generated during sterile and non-sterile inflammation and intracellular signals that guide leukocyte migration.

Selected Publications:

Deng Q, Huttenlocher A. Localized bacterial infection induces systemic activation of neutrophils through Cxcr2 signaling in zebrafish. J Leuk Biol, 2013 May;93(5):761-9.

Berthier E, Lim FY, Deng Q, Guo CJ, Kontoyiannis DK, Wang CC, Beebe DJ, Huttenlocher A, Keller NP. Low-volume accessible toolbox for discovering immunosuppressive fungal secondary metabolites. PLos Pathogen, 2013 Apr 9(4):e1003289.

Deng Q, Harvie EA, Huttenlocher A. Distinct signaling mechanisms mediate neutrophil attraction to bacterial infection and tissue injury. Cell Microbiol, 2012 Apr; 14(4):517-28.

Yoo SK, Deng Q , Starnes TW, Huttenlocher A. Lyn is a redox sensor that mediates leukocyte wound attraction in vivo. Nature, 2011 Nov 20;480(7375):109-12.

Deng Q, Yoo SK, Cavnar PJ, Huttenlocher A. Dual Roles for Rac2 in Neutrophil Motility and Active Retention in Zebrafish Hematopoietic Tissue. Dev Cell. 2011 Oct 18; 21(4):735-45.

Yoo SK, Deng Q, Cavnar PJ, Wu YI, Hahn KM, Huttenlocher A. Differential regulation of protrusion and polarity by PI3K during neutrophil motility in live zebrafish. Dev Cell. 2010 Feb 16; 18(2):226-36.

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