University of Macau
Ren-He XU received his Bachelor's degree from South China University, Master's from Central South University, China and Ph.D. from University of Tokyo.
Stem cell, Inflammatory diseases and injuries, Immunogenicity
Zheng, D., Wang, X., and Xu, R.-H. One stone for multiple birds: generating universally compatible human embryonic stem cells. Stem Cells 34(9):2269-75, 2016.
Park, J.W., Yan, L., Stoddard, C.E., Wang, X., Yue, Z., Crandall, L., Robinson, T., Chang, Y.-X., Denton, K., Li, E.-Q., Jiang, B., Zhang, Z., Martins-Taylor, K., Yee, S.-P., Nie, H., Gu, F., Si, W., Xie, T., Yue, L., and Xu, R.-H. Recapitulating and correcting Marfan syndrome in a cellular model. Int’l J. Biol. Sci. 13(5):588-603, 2017.
Jiang, B., Yan, L., Miao, Z., Li, E.-Q., Wong, K.H., and Xu, R.-H. Spheroidal formation preserves human stem cells for prolonged time under ambient conditions for facile storage and transportation. Biomaterials 133:275-86, 2017.