Publications

Google scholar citations

  1. Lim, E.T., Uddin, M., De Rubeis, S., Chan, Y., Kamumbu, A.S., Zhang, X., D’Gama, A.M., Kim, S.N., Hill, R.S., Goldberg, A.P., Poultney C, Minshew NJ, Kushima I, Aleksic B, Ozaki N, Parellada M, Arango C, Penzol MJ, Carracedo A, Kolevzon A, Hultman CM, Weiss LA, Fromer M, Chiocchetti AG, Freitag CM; Autism Sequencing Consortium, Church GM, Scherer SW, Buxbaum JD, Walsh CA. (2017). Rates, distribution and implications of postzygotic mosaic mutations in autism spectrum disorder. Nat Neurosci 20, 1217-1224.
  2. Zhang, X., Chen, M.H., Wu, X., Kodani, A., Fan, J., Doan, R., Ozawa, M., Ma, J., Yoshida, N., Reiter, J.F., Black, D.L. Kharchenko, P.V. Sharp, P.A. Walsh, C.A. (2016). Cell-Type-Specific Alternative Splicing Governs Cell Fate in the Developing Cerebral Cortex. Cell 166, 1147-1162 e1115.
  3. Jamuar, S.S., Lam, A.T., Kircher, M., D’Gama, A.M., Wang, J., Barry, B.J., Zhang, X., Hill, R.S., Partlow, J.N., Rozzo, A., Servattalab, S., Mehta, B.K., Topcu, M., Amrom, D., Andermann, E., Dan, B., Parrini, E., Guerrini, R., Scheffer, I.E., Berkovic, S.F., Leventer, R.J., Shen, Y., Wu, B.L., Barkovich, A.J., Sahin, M., Chang, B.S., Bamshad, M., Nickerson, D.A., Shendure, J., Poduri, A., Yu, T.W., and Walsh, C.A.. (2014). Somatic mutations in cerebral cortical malformations. The New England Journal of Medicine 371, 733-743.
  4. Zhang, X.*, Ling, J.*, Barcia, G.*, Jing, L., Wu, J., Barry, B.J., Mochida, G.H., Hill, R.S., Weimer, J.M., Stein, Q., Poduri, A., Partlow, J.N., Ville, D., Dulac, O., Yu, T.W., Lam, A.T., Servattalab, S., Rodriguez, J., Boddaert, N., Munnich, A., Colleaux, L., Zon, L.I., Soll, D., Walsh, C.A., and Nabbout, R. (2014). Mutations in QARS, Encoding Glutaminyl-tRNA Synthetase, Cause Progressive Microcephaly, Cerebral-Cerebellar Atrophy, and Intractable Seizures. Am J Hum Genet 94, 547-558. (*Co-first authors, corresponding authors)
  5. Zhang, X., Zabinsky, R., Teng, Y., Cui, M., and Han, M. (2011). microRNAs play critical roles in the survival and recovery of Caenorhabditis elegans from starvation-induced L1 diapause. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 108, 17997-18002.
  6. Zhang, X., and Han, M. (2010). Nuclear migration: rock and roll facilitated by dynein and kinesin. Curr Biol 20, R1027-1029. (Invited review)
  7. Zhang, X., Lei, K., Yuan, X., Wu, X., Zhuang, Y., Xu, T., Xu, R., and Han, M. (2009). SUN1/2 and Syne/Nesprin-1/2 complexes connect centrosome to the nucleus during neurogenesis and neuronal migration in mice. Neuron 64, 173-187. (Accompanied by a Mini-review, highlighted by Nature China and Faculty of 1000)
  8. Lei, K.*, Zhang, X.*, Ding, X., Guo, X., Chen, M., Zhu, B., Xu, T., Zhuang, Y., Xu, R., and Han, M. (2009). SUN1 and SUN2 play critical but partially redundant roles in anchoring nuclei in skeletal muscle cells in mice. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 106, 10207-10212. (*Co-first authors, highlighted by Faculty of 1000)
  9. Zhang, X., Xu, R., Zhu, B., Yang, X., Ding, X., Duan, S., Xu, T., Zhuang, Y., and Han, M. (2007). Syne-1 and Syne-2 play crucial roles in myonuclear anchorage and motor neuron innervation. Development 134, 901-908. (Highlighted by Faculty of 1000)