Pharmacology
 
Immunopharmacology, TCM Pharmacology
Zhijun Ming
Associate Professor
Diploma. Nanjing Medical University, 1981
M.S. Western Kentuky University (USA), 1994
Ph.D. Soochow University, 2006
mingzhijun@suda.edu.cn
 

Research interests:
1. Focus on the role of co-stimulatory molecules in the immune regulation of autoimmune diseases, especially in the aplastic anemia
2. Focus on the molecular mechanism of anti-tumor effect and anti-oxidative activity of TCM
Representative publications:
1. Association of polymorphisms in the programmed cell death 1 ligand (PD-L1) genes with aplastic anemia (AA) in Chinese Han populations, Zhijun Ming et al, clinical immunology. 2013  (in review)
2. Association between polymorphisms in PDCD1 gene and aplastic anemia in Chinese Han population, Zhijun Ming et al, Leukemia and lymphoma. 2013 (in press).
3. Polymorphisms in PDCD1 gene are not associated with aplastic anemia in Chinese Han population, Zhijun Ming et al, Rheumatology Int. 2012, 12.
4. Free Radical Toxicology, Zhijun Ming et al, People’s Medical Publishing. 2012.
5. Synergistic effects of β-aescin and 5-fluorouracil in human hepatocellular carcinoma SMMC-7721 cells, Zhijun Ming et al, Phytomedicine. 2010,17(8-9): 575-580.
6. Soluble PD-1 is Associated with Aberrant Regulation of T Cells Activation in Aplastic Anemia, Zhijun Ming et al, Immunological Investigation, 2009. 38(5): 408-421.
7. Preparation of two mouse anti-human PD-1 monoclonal antibodies and identification of their biological characteristic, Zhijun Ming et al, Chin J Cell Mol Immunol. 2009, 25(6): 501-503.
8. Studies of the mechanism and inhibitory effect of aescine on SGC27901 cells in vitro, Zhijun Ming et al, Chinese Pharmacological Bulletin. 2009, 25(1): 78-80.

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