United States of America
Dr. Jay Tang is affiliated to BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, Brown University . Dr. Jay Tang is currently providing services as Associate Professor . Dr. Jay Tang has published numerous publications in various national and international peer-reviewed journals and presented scientific papers across the world. Because of the active association with different societies and academies as well as the contributions, Dr. Jay Tang is been recognized by the subject experts around the world. Dr. Jay Tang contributions are appreciated by various reputed awards. Dr. Jay Tang clinical and scientific research interests include actin , bundle formation , cell adhesion , depletion , electrostatic , fluctuation analysis ,motility ,phase transition , tubulin , viscoelasticity .
Actin , bundle formation , cell adhesion , depletion , electrostatic , fluctuation analysis ,motility ,phase transition , tubulin , viscoelasticity .
Tang J, Fraden S. Isotropic-cholesteric phase transition in colloidal suspensions of filamentous bacteriophage fd. Liquid Crystals. 1995 Oct 1;19(4):459-67.
Käs J, Strey H, Tang JX, Finger D, Ezzell R, Sackmann E, Janmey PA. F-actin, a model polymer for semiflexible chains in dilute, semidilute, and liquid crystalline solutions. Biophysical Journal. 1996 Feb 1;70(2):609-25.
Tang JX, Wong S, Tran PT, Janmey PA. Counterion induced bundle formation of rodlike polyelectrolytes. Berichte der Bunsengesellschaft für physikalische Chemie. 1996 Jun 1;100(6):796-806.