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Deli Shi
Phone number: 86 0531 88365881
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E-mail: dshi@sdu.edu.cn
Title: Professor

Educations

1983-1988: Ph.D. in Developmental Biology at the University Pierre et Marie Curie, France.

1978-1982: B. Sc. In embryology at Shandong University, China

Scientific experiences

2011-present: Professor in Shandong University

1998-present: Research director in CNRS and group leader in the Laboratory of Developmental Biology at Institut de Biologie Paris-Seine, University Pierre et Marie Curie, France.

1989-1998: Research associate in CNRS in the Laboratory of Developmental Biology, University Pierre et Marie Curie, France.

1988-1989: Post-doctoral associate at INSERM, Grenoble, France.

Grants

2017-2021: Analysis of the molecular mechanism involved in the regulation of lens differentiation by the RNA-binding protein Rbm24. National Science Foundation of China.

2015-2018: Analysis of lrap35a in the regulation of Wnt signaling and cell movements in zebrafish. National Science Foundation of China.

2012-2016: Analysis of PDZ-containing myosin XVIIIa function in muscle fiber integrity and stability. National Science Foundation of China.

Scientific animation

Member of INSERM special scientific commission from 01/09/2016 to 31/08/2021.

Reviewer for several journals in the field of cell and developmental biology.

Reviewer for several national and international research grant councils.

Publications

1) Carron, C. and Shi, D. L. (2016). Specification of anteroposterior axis by combinatorial signaling during Xenopus development. Wiley Interdiscip. Rev. Dev. Biol. 5:150-68.

2) Lee, H., Shi*, D. L. and Zheng*, J. (2015). Conformational change of Dishevelled plays a key regulatory role in the Wnt signaling pathways. eLife 4:e08142.

3) Li, H. Y., El Yakoubi, W. and Shi, D. L. (2015). Direct regulation of siamois by VegT is required for axis formation in Xenopus embryo. Int. J. Dev. Biol. 59:443-451.

4) Cao, J. M., Li, S. Q., Shao, M., Cheng, X. N., Xu*, Z. G. and Shi*, D. L. (2014). The PDZ-containing unconventional myosin XVIIIA rregulates embryonic muscle integrity in zebrafish. J. Genet. Genomics 41:417-428.

5) Grifone, R., Xie, X., Bourgeois, A., Saquet, A., Duprez, D. and Shi* D. L. (2014). The RNA-binding protein Rbm24 is transiently expressed in myoblasts and is required for myogenic differentiation during vertebrate development. Mech. Dev. 134:1-15.

6) Li, H. Y., Grifone, R., Saquet, A., Carron*, C. and Shi*, D. L. (2013). The Xenopus homologue of Down syndrome critical region protein 6 drives dorsoanterior gene expression and embryonic axis formation by antagonising polycomb group proteins. Development 140:4903-4913.

7) Zhang, Y. J., Zhao, L., Meng, Y. P. and Shi*, D. L. (2013). Xenopus radial spoke protein 3 gene is expressed in the multiciliated cells of epidermis and otic vesicles and sequentially in the nephrostomes. Dev. Genes Evol. 223:183-188.

8) Cao, J. M., Li, S. Q., Zhang, H. W. and Shi, D. L. (2012). High mobility group B proteins regulate mesoderm formation and dorsoventral patterning during zebrafish and Xenopus early development. Mech. Dev. 129:263-274.

9) Kong, W. H., Yang, Y. J., Zhang, T. X., Shi*, D. L. and Zhang*, Y. J. (2012). Characterization of sFRP2-like in amphioxus: insights into the evolutionary conservation of Wnt antagonizing function. Evol. Dev. 14:168-177.

10) Li, H. Y., Bourdelas, A., Carron, C. and Shi, D. L. (2010). The RNA-binding protein Seb4 is a target of MyoD and is required for myogenesis during Xenopus early development. Mech. Dev. 127:281-291.


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