Yanxiang Deng, PhD

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Assistant Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Department: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Graduate Group Affiliations

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422 Curie Boulevard, Stellar-Chance Laboratories 713A
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2018.
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Selected Publications

Deng, Y., Bartosovic, M., Ma, S., Zhang, D., Liu, Y., Qin, X., Su, G., Xu, M.L., Halene, S., Craft, J.E., Castelo-Branco, G. and Fan, R.: Spatial profiling of chromatin accessibility in mouse and human tissues. Nature 609: 375–383, Aug 2022.

Deng Y, Bartosovic M, Kukanja P, Zhang D, Liu Y, Su G, Enninful A, Bai Z, Castelo-Branco G, Fan R.: Spatial-CUT&Tag: spatially resolved chromatin modification profiling at the cellular level. Science 375: 681-686, Feb 2022.

Liu Y#, Yang M#, Deng Y#, Su G, Enninful A, Guo C, Tebaldi T, Zhang D, Kim D, Bai Z, Norris E, Pan A, Li J, Xiao Y, Halene S, Fan R.(# Co-first author): High-Spatial-Resolution Multi-Omics Sequencing via Deterministic Barcoding in Tissue. Cell 183(6): 1-17, Dec 2020.

Deng Y, Finck A, and Fan R.: Single-cell omics analyses enabled by microchip technologies. Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering 21: 365-393, Jun 2019.

Xin G, Zhu W, Deng Y, Chung AJ, De S and Lian J: Microfluidics-enabled orientation and microstructure control of macroscopic graphene fibres. Nature Nanotechnology 14: 168-175, Jan 2019 Notes: No issue number.

Kizer M#, Deng Y#, Kang G-Y, Paiyz M, Wang X, Chung AJ. (# Co-first author) (Featured as cover image) : Hydroporator: A hydrodynamic cell membrane perforator for high-throughput vector-free nanomaterial intracellular delivery and DNA origami biostability evaluation. Lab on a Chip 19(10): 1747-1754, Jan 2019.

Paulsen K, Deng Y and Chung AJ: Sub-100 micron 3D-shaped particles from next generation-optofluidic fabrication. Advanced Science 5(7): 1800252, Jul 2018.

Deng Y, Kizer M, Rada M, Sage J, Wang X, Cheon DJ and Chung AJ: Intracellular delivery of nanomaterials via an inertial microfluidic cell hydroporator. Nano Letters 18(4): 2705-2710, Mar 2018.

Deng Y, Davis SP, Yang F, Paulsen KS, Kumar M, Sinnott-DeVaux R, Wang X, Conklin DS, Oberai A, Herschkowitz JI, and Chung AJ: Inertial microfluidic cell stretcher (iMCS): Fully automated, high-throughput, and near real-time cell mechanotyping. Small 13(28): 1700705, Jul 2017 Notes: Featured as Cover Image.

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