Xie Lab publications

1. P. Sheng, C. Fields, K. Aadland, T. Wei, O. Kolaczkowski, T. Gu, B. Kolaczkowski# and M. Xie#, Dicer cleaves 5′-extended microRNA precursors originating from RNA Polymerase II transcription start sites. Nucleic Acids Research (2018). (# corresponding authors)


Ming’s postdoc work

9. K.E. Hayes,  J.A. Barr, M. Xie, J.A. Steitz and I. Martinez, Immunoprecipitation of Tri-methylated Capped RNA. Bio-protocol, 8 : e2717 (2018).

8. I. Martinez, K. Hayes, J. Barr, A. Harold, M. Xie, S.I.A. Bukhari, S. Vasudevan, J.A. Steitz and D. DiMaio, A novel Exportin-1-dependent microRNA biogenesis pathway during human cell quiescence. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 114, 4961-4970 (2017).

7. W. Zhang*, M. Xie*, M. Shu, J.A. Steitz and D. DiMaio, A proximity-dependent assay for specific RNA-protein interactions in intact cells. RNA, 22, 1785-1792 (2016). (* equal contribution)

6. M. Xie, W. Zhang, M. Shu, A. Xu, D. Lenis, D. DiMaio and J.A. Steitz, The host Integrator complex acts in transcription-independent maturation of herpesvirus microRNA 3′ ends. Genes & Development, 29, 1552-1564 (2015).

5. K.T. Tycowski*, Y.E. Guo*, N. Lee*, W.N. Moss*, T.K. Vallery*, M. Xie* and J.A. Steitz, Viral noncoding RNAs: more surprises. Genes & Development, 29, 567-584 (2015). (*equal contribution)

4. M. Xie# and J.A. Steitz, Versatile microRNA biogenesis in animals and their viruses. RNA biology, 11, 673-681 (2014). (# corresponding author).

3. M. Xie, M. Li, A.Vilborg, N. Lee, M. Shu, V. Yartseva, N. Sestan and J.A. Steitz, Mammalian 5′-capped microRNA precursors that generate a single microRNA. Cell, 155, 1568-1580 (2013).

2. C. Qiao, J. Ma, J. Xu, M. Xie, W. Ma and Y. Huang, Drosha mediates destabilization of Lin28 mRNA targets. Cell Cycle, 11, 3590-3598 (2012).

1. D. Cazalla, M. Xie and J.A. Steitz, A primate Herpesvirus uses the Integrator complex to generate viral microRNAs. Molecular Cell, 43, 982-992 (2011).


Ming’s graduate work

8. A.F. Brown, J.D. Podlevsky, X. Qi, Y. Chen, M. Xie and J.J.-L. Chen, A self-regulating template in human telomerase. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 111, 11311-11316 (2014).

7.   X. Qi*, M. Xie*,  A.F. Brown*, C.J. Bley, J.D. Podlevsky and J.J.-L. Chen, RNA/DNA hybrid binding affinity determines telomerase template translocation efficiency. EMBO Journal, 31, 150-161 (2012). (* equal contribution).

6. M. Xie, J.D. Podlevsky, X. Qi, C.J. Bley and J.J.-L. Chen, A novel motif in telomerase reverse transcriptase regulates telomere repeat addition rate and processivity. Nucleic Acids Research, 38, 1982-1996 (2010).

5. M. Xie, A. Mosig, X. Qi, Y. Li, P.F. Stadler and J.J.-L. Chen, Structure and function of the smallest vertebrate telomerase RNA from teleost fish. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 283, 2049-2059 (2008).

4. J.K. Alder, J.J.-L. Chen, L. Lancaster, S. Danoff, S.C. Su, M. Prince, I. Vulto, M. Xie, X. Qi, R.M. Tuder, J.A. Phillips, P.M. Lansdorp, J.E. Loyd, and M.Y. Armanios, Short telomeres are a risk factor for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 105, 13051-13056 (2008).

3. Y. Xiang, M. Xie, R. Bash, J.J.-L. Chen, and J. Wang, Ultrasensitive label-free aptamer-based electronic detection. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 46, 9054-9056 (2007).

2. M. Armanios, J.J.-L. Chen, W.E. Lawson, J.K. Alder, R.G. Ingersoll, C. Markin, M. Xie, J. Cogan, J.A. Philips III, P.M. Lansdorp, C.W. Greider and J.E. Loyd, Telomerase mutations in families with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.  New England Journal of Medicine, 356, 1317-1326 (2007).

1.  C. Lin, M. Xie, J.J.-L. Chen, Y. Liu, and H. Yan, Rolling-circle amplification of a DNA nanojunction. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 45, 7537-7539 (2006).


Ming’s undergraduate work

3. X. Zhu, Z. Li, M. Xie, A. Song, and Y. Liu. [Effect of illumination through simulated forest gap on the germination of seed bank in Hexi subtropical rainforest in Nanjing, China. in Chinese] Journal of Xiamen University (Natural Sci.), 45,125-130 (2006).

2. J. Zheng, Y. Gao, Q. Wei, J. Ouyang, C. Tang and M. Xie, Optimization of cultivation technique for Ca-enriched Spirulina maxima. Journal of Jimei University (Natural Sci.), 9, 205-209 (2004).

1. J. Zheng, Y. Gao, Q. Wei, J. Ouyang, C. Tang and M. Xie, [Distribution of calcium and changes of the major biochemical components in Spiraling maxima after the addition of CaCO3. in Chinese] Chinese Fishery Sciences, 11, 462-466 (2004).