Bin He

  E-mail:        binhe@vt.edu

  Telephone: (540) 231-8933 (Lab)

  B.S.,         Wuhan University, China



Research Interest

My main research interests are the identification of cellular mechanisms responsible for chromosome
nondisjunction and the long term consequences of chromosome segregation errors.

Publications

    Cyclophilin 20-3 Relays a 12-Oxo-Phytodienoic Acid Signal During Stress Responsive Regulation of Cellular Redox Homeostasis.
          Park S.W., Li W., Viehhauser A., He B., Kim S., Nilsson A.K., Andersson M.X., Kittle J.D.,
          Ambavaram M.M.R., Luan S., Esker A.R., Tholl D., Cimini D., Ellerstrom M., Coaker G.,
          Mitchell T.K., Pereira A., Dietz K.J., and Lawrence C.B. (2013)
          Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., in press.

    Dynamic bonds and polar ejection force distribution explain kinetochore oscillations in PtK1 cells.
          Civelekoglu-Scholey G., He B., Shen M., Wan X., Roscioli E., Bowden B., and Cimini D. (2013)
          J. Cell Biol., 201 (4).