Publications (* Corresponding author):
- Yi Chieh Chang, Hsin Tu, Jing-Yi Chen, Ching-Chin Chang, Shu Yuan Yang, Haiwei Pi* (2019) Reproduction disrupts stem cell homeostasis in testes of aged male Drosophila via an induced microenvironment. PLoS Genet15 (7): e1008062. (Published on July, 11)
This paper is highlighted by an accompanying Perspective article “ Irreversible effects of youthful choices in aged adults” in PLoS Genetics.
- Yang SY, Chang YC, Wan YH, Whitworth C, Baxter EM, Primus S, Pi H, Van Doren M. (2017). Control of a Novel Spermatocyte-Promoting Factor by the Male Germline Sex Determination Factor PHF7 of Drosophila melanogaster.. GENETICS, 206(4),1939-1949.
- Chien-Hsiang Wang, Yi-Chun Huang, Pei-Yi Chen, Ying-Ju Cheng, Hsiu-Hua Kao, Haiwei Pi , Cheng-Ting Chien (2017). USP5/Leon deubiquitinase confines postsynaptic growth by maintaining ubiquitin homeostasis through Ubiquilin . eLife, 10(6),e26886.
- Shih-Han Kao, Chen-Yuan Tseng, Chih-Ling Wan, Yu-Han Su, Chang-Che Hsieh, Haiwei Pi, and Hwei-Jan Hsu1 (2015). Aging and insulin signaling differentially control normal and tumorous germline stem cells. Aging Cell, 14(1): 25–34.
- Huang YC, Lu YN, Wu JT, Chien CT*, Pi H*. (2014) The COP9 Signalosome Converts Temporal Hormone Signaling to Spatia Restriction on Neural Competence. PLoS Genetics 10(11):1004760.
- Hsiao YL, Chen YJ, Chang YJ, Yeh HF, Huang YC and Pi H*. (2014) Proneural proteins Achaete and Scute associate with nuclear actin to promote external sensory organ formation. Journal of Cell Science 127:182-90.
- Chang YJ†, Pi H†*, Hsieh CC, Fuller MT. (2013) Smurf-mediated differential proteolysis generates dynamic BMP signaling in germline stem cells during Drosophila testis development. Developmental Biology 383(1):106-20. (†These two authors contributed equally to this work).
- Yang WK, Peng YH, Li H, Lin HC, Lin YC, Lai TT, Suo H, Wang CH, Lin WH, Ou CY, Zhou X, Pi H, Chang HC, Chien CT.* (2011) Nak regulates localization of clathrin sites in higher-order dendrites to promote local dendrite growth. Neuron72, 285-299.
- Pi H†*, Huang YC†, Chen C, Lin CD, Yeh HF, Pai LM. (2011) Identification of 11-amino acid peptides that disrupt Notch-mediated processes in Drosophila. Journal of Biomedical Science 18, 42. (†These two authors contributed equally to this work).
- Wu JT, Lin WH, Chen WY, Huang YC, Tang CY, Ho MS., Pi H, Chien CT*. (2011) CSN-mediated deneddylation differentially modulates Ci155 proteolysis to promote Hedgehog signalling responses. Nature Communications2,182.
- Pi H, Lee LW, Lo SJ*. (2009) New Insights into Polycistronic Transcripts in Eukaryotes. Chang Gung Med J. 32, 494-8.
- Chang PJ, Hsiao YL, Tien AC, Li YJ, Pi H*. (2008) Negative feedback regulation of proneural proteins controls the timing of neural precursor division. Development 135, 3021-30. (Recommended by Dr. Patricia Simpson in Faculty of 1000).
- Ho MS, Ou CY, Chan Y, Chien CT.*, Pi H*. (2008) The utility F-box for protein destruction. Cellular and Molecular Life Science 65, 1977-2000.
- Pi H and Chien CT.* (2007) Getting the edge: neural precursor selection. Journal of Biomedical Science 14, 467-473.
- Pi H, Huang SK, Tang CY, Sun H, Chien CT*. (2004) phyllopod is a target gene of proneural protein in Drosophilaexternal sensory organ development. PNAS. 101, 8378-83.
- Chang CW, Pi H, Chien CT, Hsu CP*. (2003) Network modeling of Drosophila external sensory organ precursor formation: The role of recently studied genes. Journal of Genetics and Molecular Biology. (Taiwan) 14, 243-251
- Ou CY, Pi H, Chien CT*. (2003) Control of protein degradation by E3 ubiquitin ligases in Drosophila eye development. Trends in Genetics 19, 353-414.
- Pi H, Wu HJ, Chien CT*. (2001) A dual function of phyllopod in Drosophila external sensory organ development: cell fate specification of sensory organ precursor and its progeny. Development128, 2699-2710.
- Pi H, Chien CT, Fields S*. (1997) Transcriptional activation upon pheromone stimulation mediated by a small domain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Ste12p. Molecular and Cellular Biology 17, 6410-6418.