Dr. Tang is engaged in the study of liver immunology and exploration of immune target for liver diseases. Her major Interests: the function of C-type lectin receptor LSECtin in chronic infection and tumor.
2. Liu B, Wang M, Wang X, Zhao D, Liu D, Liu J, Chen P, Yang D, He F*, Tang L*. Liver Sinusoidal Endothelial Cell Lectin Inhibits CTL-Dependent Virus Clearance in Mouse Models of Viral Hepatitis. J Immunol. 2013. 190(8): 4185-95
3. Zuo Y, Ren S, Wang M, Liu B, Yang J, Kuai X, Lin C, Zhao D, Tang L*, He F*. Novel Roles of LSECtin in Colon Carcinoma Cell Adhesion, Migration and in vivo Metastasis to the Liver. Gut. 2013; 62(8):1169-78
5. Tang L, Yang J, Tang X, Ying W, Qian X, He F. The DC-SIGN family member LSECtin is a novel ligand of CD44 on activated T cells. Eur J Immunol. 2010, 40(4):1185-91
6. Tang L, Yang J, Liu W, Tang X, Chen J, Zhao D, Wang M, Xu F, Lu Y, Liu B, Sun Q, Zhang L, He F. Liver sinusoidal endothelial cell lectin, LSECtin, negatively regulates hepatic T-cell immune response. Gastroenterology 2009, 137(4): 1498-1508