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Pan C, Lang H, Zhang T, Wang R, Lin X, Shi P, Zhao F, Pang X. Conditioned medium derived from human amniotic stem cells delays H2O2‑induced premature senescence in human dermal fibroblasts. Int J Mol Med. 2019.
Zhao F, Wang Z, Lang H, Liu X, Zhang D, Wang X, Zhang T, Wang R, Shi P, Pang X. Dynamic Expression of Novel MiRNA Candidates and MiRNA-34 Family Members in Early- to Mid-Gestational Fetal Keratinocytes Contributes to Scarless Wound Healing by Targeting the TGF-β Pathway. PLoS One. 2015;10(5):e0126087.
Zhao F, Lang H, Wang Z, Zhang T, Zhang D, Wang R, Lin X, Liu X, Shi P, Pang X. Human Novel MicroRNA Seq-915_x4024 in Keratinocytes Contributes to Skin Regeneration by Suppressing Scar Formation. Mol Ther Nucleic Acids. 2019;14:410-423.
Yin F, Ge P, Wei W, Wang H, Cheng Y, Zhao F, Li D. Human placental barrier-brain organoid-on-a-chip for modeling maternal PM exposure. Sci Total Environ. 2022:160565.
Wang H, Shi X, Guo Z, Zhao F, He W, Kang M, Lv Z. microRNA-211-5p predicts the progression of postmenopausal osteoporosis and attenuates osteogenesis by targeting dual specific phosphatase 6. Bioengineered. 2022;13(3):5709-5723.
Zhang D, Wang J, Wang Z, Zhang T, Shi P, Wang X, Zhao F, Liu X, Lin X, Pang X. miR-136 Modulates TGF-β1-Induced Proliferation Arrest by Targeting PPP2R2A in Keratinocytes. Biomed Res Int. 2015;2015:453518.
Wang X-L, Zhang T, Wang J, Zhang D-B, Zhao F, Lin X-W, Wang Z, Shi P, Pang X-N. miR-378b Promotes Differentiation of Keratinocytes through NKX3.1. PLoS One. 2015;10(8):e0136049.
Li J, Chen L, Su H, Yan L, Gu Z, Chen Z, Zhang A, Zhao F, Zhao Y. The pharmaceutical multi-activity of metallofullerenol invigorates cancer therapy. Nanoscale. 2019.
Zhao F, Yang X, Xu G, Bi JH, Lv R, Huo R. Propranolol suppresses HUVEC viability, migration, VEGF expression, and promotes apoptosis by downregulation of miR-4295. J Cell Biochem. 2018.
Li W, Hu S, Tian C, Wan X, Yu W, Guo P, Zhao F, Hua C, Lu X, Xue G, et al. TRIP4 transcriptionally activates DDIT4 and subsequent mTOR signaling to promote glioma progression. Free Radic Biol Med. 2021.