Huang Laboratory

Hua Huang MD, PhD Our lab studies the signaling and transcriptional regulation of allergic immune responses and T helper cell differentiation in general.  Specificially, we actively investigate three areas of research—T helper cell differentiation, innate type-2 effector cell differentiation, and interaction between CD4 Th cells and bone marrow allergic progenitor cells.

 

Lab Resources and Services

The Huang Laboratory focuses on the signaling and transcriptional regulation of allergic cytokine gene expression. Learn more.

 

Current Projects

 

Grant Support

The Huang Laboratory gratefully acknowledges and appreciates the grant support received. Learn more.

 

Personnel

  • Principal Investigator
    Hua Huang MD, PhD
  • Lab Personnel:
    Xiaopeng Qi, PhD
    Yapeng Li, PhD

Publications

Xiaopeng Qi, Lee Chaves, Yonghua Zhuang, Yuhong Chen, Demin Wang, Jacob Chahon, Brian Graham, Keitaro Ohmori, and Hua Huang.  Antagonistic regulation by transcription factors C/EBPa and MITF specifies basophil and mast cell fates.  Immunity, 39, 97-110; 10.1016/j.immuni.2013.06.012, published online, July 18, 2013

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