Taotao Chen

Research interests: I am focusing on the protein homeostasis and chaperone involvement during the viral infection.

I am a postdoc in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at UCSF, under the supervision of Prof. Raul Andino, and Prof. Judith Frydman at Stanford University. Tel: (415) 502-6357 Fax: (415) 514-4112 Email: chentt@stanford.edu

Felix Willmund, Marta del Alamo, Sebastian Pechmann, Taotao Chen, Veronique Albanese, Eric B. Dammer, Junming Peng, Judith Frydman. The cotranslational function of ribosome-associated Hsp70 in eukaryotic protein homeostasis. Cell. 2013; 152 (1-2): 196-209. (Citation 13) (IF:31)

Sae-Hun Park, Yury Kukushkin, Rajat Gupta, Taotao Chen, Ayano Konagai, Mark S. Hipp, Manajit Hayer-Hartl, and F. Ulrich Hartl. PolyQ Proteins Interfere with Nuclear Degradation of Cytosolic Proteins by Sequestering the Sis1p Chaperone. Cell. 2013 154:1-12.  (Citation 8)  (IF:31)

Giulia Calloni*, Taotao Chen*, Sonya Schermann, Hung-chun Chang, Pierre Genevaux, Manajit Hayer-Hartl and F.Ulrich Hartl. DnaK functions as a central hub in the E. coli chaperone network. Cell Reports 29 March 2012 Vol. 1, Issue 3, pp. 251-264 (Citation 38) (IF: around 15)

* Equal contribution

Shao-Jun Dai, Taotao Chen, Kang Chong, Yongbiao Xue, Tai Wang. Proteomics identification of differentially expressed proteins associated with pollen germination and tube growth reveals characteristics of germinated Oryza sativa pollen. Mol. Cell. Proteomics 2007 6, 207-230. (Citation 110) (IF:7.4)

Shao-Jun Dai, Lei Li, Taotao Chen, Kang Chong, Yongbiao Xue, Tai Wang. Proteomic analyses of Oryza sativa mature pollen reveal novel proteins associated potentially with pollen germination and tube growth. 2006 Proteomics 6, 2504-2529. (Cover story) (Citation 107) (IF:4.3)