Chun-Liang Chen

Chun-Liang Chen

Current address:

Department of Molecular Genetics
Ohio State University
984 Bioscience Building
484 West 12th Avenue
OH 43210-1292
Phone: 614 / 292 - 8084


Chun-Liang moved with his wife Chio-Miin Wang and daughter Angela in January 1998 to the Department of Molecular Genetics at Ohio State University where he is a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Mark Seeger, working on neurogenetics of Drosophila melanogaster

For his PhD Chun-Liang characterized the highly degenerate and divergent P elements of three muscamorphan flies, while for his MS with James Nardi he worked in my lab sequencing multiple cDNA clones encoding neuroglian in Manduca sexta.

Papers derived from Chun-Liang's work with us are:

Chen, C-L., D. J. Lampe, H. M. Robertson and J. B. Nardi 1997. Neuroglian is expressed by cells destined to form the prothoracic glands of Manduca embryos as they segregate from surrounding cells and rearrange during morphogenesis. Developmental Biology 181, 1-13.

Chen, C-L., R. Martos and H. M. Robertson. The cuprina subfamily of P elements in muscamorphan flies. In preparation.

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