Xiaohu Tang, PhD
- ACLY and ACC1 Regulate Hypoxia-Induced Apoptosis by Modulating ETV4 via α-ketoglutarate
- Comprehensive profiling of amino acid response uncovers unique methionine-deprived response dependent on intact creatine biosynthesis
- Acidosis induces reprogramming of cellular metabolism to mitigate oxidative stress
- A joint analysis of metabolomics and genetics of breast cancer
- A high-throughput screening method for small molecule inhibitors of the aberrant mutant SOD1 and Dynein interaction
- Functional interaction between responses to lactic acidosis and hypoxia regulates genomic transcriptional outputs
Xiaohu Tang, PhD, received his doctorate in Life Science form The Weizmann Institute of Science in 2006. His general interests are to identify metabolic alterations in cancer and other diseases, to understand how those alterations interfere normal cellular function and lead to or promote disease progression, to develop nutrition interventions and new therapies to prevent and treat cancer and other diseases. Currently he focuses on defining the underlying mechanisms of obesity-cancer associations and developing nutrition intervention to prevent tumor development using molecular and omics technologies.