Department of Environmental Health
Address: 227 South Chongqing Road
Jing Xi received her bachelor degree in bioengineering from Shanghai University and her master degree in biotechnology from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Since September 2018, she has been working in the Department of Environment Health, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, School of Medicine. She is participated in experimental teaching and scientific research. She has rich experience in in vitro and in vivo experiments. Her main research field is genetic toxicity of exogenous compounds. She is mainly involved in the following topics: Shanghai University Experimental Technology Team Construction Plan (2019-2020), Natural Science Foundation of China (81873081, 21976120), Shanghai Jiao Tong University Medical and Industrial cross project(2019).
Cao, Yiyi#; Xi, Jing#; Tang, Chuanxi; Yang, Ziying; Liu, Weiying; You, Xinyue; Feng, Nannan ; Zhang, Xin Yu; Wu, Jingui; Yu, Yingxin; Luan, Yang*; PIG-A gene mutation as a genotoxicity biomaker in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-exposed barbecue workers, Genes Environ, 2021, 43(1): 0-54.
Weiying Liu#; Jing Xi#; Yiyi Cao; Xinyue You; Ruixue Chen; Xinyu Zhang; Li Han; Guoyu Pan; Yang Luan*; An Adaption of Human-Induced Hepatocytes to In Vitro Genetic Toxicity Tests, Mutagenesis, 2019, 2:165-171.
Ziheng Wei#; Jing Xi#; Songyan Gao#; XinyueYou, Na Li; Yiyi Cao; Liupeng Wang; Yang Luan*; Xin Dong*; Metabolomics coupled with pathway analysis characterizes metabolic changes in response to BDE-3 induced reproductive toxicity in mice. Scientific Reports, 2018, 8(1):5423.