1.Liu Yang, et.al. & Zhijie Chang*. CREPT is required for murine stem cell maintenance during intestinal regeneration. Nat Commun. 12(1):270, 2021.
2.Wanli Zhai, et.al. & Zhijie Chang*. CREPT/RPRD1B promotes tumorigenesis through STAT3-driven gene transcription in a p300-dependent manner. Br J Cancer. doi: 10.1038/s41416-021-01269-1. Feb 3, 2021.
3.Mengdi Li, et.al. & Zhijie Chang*. Current understanding of CREPT and p15RS, carboxy-terminal domain (CTD)-interacting proteins, in human cancers. Oncogene. 40(4):705-716, 2021.
4.Sihan Liu, et.al, Zhijie Chang* & Shigao Yang*. A shedding soluble form of interleukin-17 receptor D exacerbates collagen-induced arthritis through facilitating TNF-α-dependent receptor clustering. Cell Mol Immunol. doi: 10.1038/s41423-020-00548-w. Sep 22, 2020.
5.Yajun Cao, et.al. & Zhijie Chang*. A safety consideration of mesenchymal stem cell therapy on COVID-19. Stem Cell Res. 49:102066, 2020.
6.Danhui Ma, et.al. & Zhijie Chang*. A cell-permeable peptide-based PROTAC against the oncoprotein CREPT proficiently inhibits pancreatic cancer. Theranostics. 10(8): 3708–3721, 2020.
7.Chunxiao Liu, et.al. & Zhijie Chang*. Absence of GdX/UBL4A Protects against Inflammatory Diseases by Regulating NF-кB Signaling in Macrophages and Dendritic Cells. Theranostics. 14;9(5):1369-1384, 2019.
8.Lidan Ding, et.al. & Zhijie Chang*. CREPT/RPRD1B associates with Aurora B to regulate Cyclin B1 expression for accelerating the G2/M transition in gastric cancer. Cell Death Dis. 9(12):1172, 2018.
9.Yanquan Zhang, et.al, Zhijie Chang* & Jun Yu*. CREPT facilitates colorectal cancer growth through inducing Wnt/β-catenin pathway by enhancing p300-mediated β-catenin acetylation. Oncogene. 37(26):3485-3500, 2018.
10.Yangmeng Wang, et.al, & Zhijie Chang*. GdX/UBL4A Specifically Stabilizes the TC45/STAT3 Association and Promotes Dephosphorylation of STAT3 to Repress Tumorigenesis. Mol Cell. 53:752-765, 2014.
11.Dongdong Lu, et.al, & Zhijie Chang*. CREPT accelerates tumorigenesis by regulating the transcription of cell-cycle related genes. Cancer Cell. 21:92-104, 2012.