Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University
Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Department of Medicine

Ma, Xin-Liang

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Xin-Liang Ma

Xin-Liang Ma, MD

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1025 Walnut Street
Suite 808
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-4994
(215) 503-4458 fax

Medical School

The Fourth Military Medical University, China

Fellowship

Thomas Jefferson University

University Appointment

Professor of Emergency Medicine,
Professor of Medicine

Research & Clinical Interests

Protection of Myocardial Injury (ischemia. Reperfusion, diabetes)

Publications

Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. The contribution of chronic intermittent hypoxia to OSAHS: From the perspective of serum extracellular microvesicle proteins
  2. The deubiquitinating enzyme TNFAIP3 mediates inactivation of hepatic ASK1 and ameliorates nonalcoholic steatohepatitis
  3. An ALOX12-12-HETE-GPR31 signaling axis is a key mediator of hepatic ischemia-reperfusion injury
  4. Endothelial Cell-Derived Microparticles from Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea Hypoxia Syndrome and Coronary Artery Disease Increase Aortic Endothelial Cell Dysfunction
  5. C1q/Tumor Necrosis Factor-Related Protein-9 Regulates the Fate of Implanted Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Mobilizes Their Protective Effects Against Ischemic Heart Injury via Multiple Novel Signaling Pathways
  6. Restoring diabetes-induced autophagic flux arrest in ischemic/reperfused heart by ADIPOR (adiponectin receptor) activation involves both AMPK-dependent and AMPK-independent signaling
  7. Adiponectin improves coronary no-reflow injury by protecting the endothelium in rats with type 2 diabetes mellitus
  8. Cardiovascular Adiponectin Resistance: The Critical Role of Adiponectin Receptor Modification
  9. Mitochondrial Omi/HtrA2 Promotes Caspase Activation Through Cleavage of HAX-1 in Aging Heart
  10. Cardiac fibroblast-specific activating transcription factor 3 protects against heart failure by suppressing MAP2K3-p38 signaling
  11. T-cadherin deficiency increases vascular vulnerability in T2DM through impaired NO bioactivity
  12. Role of adipokines in cardiovascular disease
  13. PPARγ Agonist Ameliorates the Impaired Fluidity of the Myocardial Cell Membrane and Cardiac Injury in Hypercholesterolemic Rats
  14. Cardiac Specific Overexpression of Mitochondrial Omi/HtrA2 Induces Myocardial Apoptosis and Cardiac Dysfunction
  15. Branched Chain Amino Acids Cause Liver Injury in Obese/Diabetic Mice by Promoting Adipocyte Lipolysis and Inhibiting Hepatic Autophagy
  16. Hyperglycemia abrogates ischemic postconditioning cardioprotection by impairing AdipoR1/Caveolin-3/STAT3 signaling in diabetic rats
  17. Adiponectin at physiologically relevant concentrations enhances the vasorelaxative effect of acetylcholine via Cav-1/AdipoR-1 signaling
  18. Plasma IgG antibody against cytomegalovirus but not herpes simplex virus is associated with recurrence of atrial fibrillation after catheter ablation
  19. Cloning and transcriptional activity of the mouse Omi/HtrA2 gene promoter
  20. Reduction of CTRP9, a novel anti-platelet adipokine, contributes to abnormal platelet activity in diabetic animals