Dongya Jia, Ph.D.
Dongya Jia, Ph.D.
CPRIT Computational Cancer Biology Fellow
Verified email at rice.edu
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Implications of the hybrid epithelial/mesenchymal phenotype in metastasis
MK Jolly, M Boareto, B Huang, D Jia, M Lu, E Ben-Jacob, JN Onuchic, ...
Frontiers in oncology 5, 155, 2015
3662015
Tumor budding: the name is EMT. Partial EMT.
AD Grigore, MK Jolly, D Jia, MC Farach-Carson, H Levine
Journal of clinical medicine 5 (5), 51, 2016
2132016
Stability of the hybrid epithelial/mesenchymal phenotype
MK Jolly, SC Tripathi, D Jia, SM Mooney, M Celiktas, SM Hanash, ...
Oncotarget 7 (19), 27067, 2016
2072016
HIF-1-mediated suppression of acyl-CoA dehydrogenases and fatty acid oxidation is critical for cancer progression
D Huang, T Li, X Li, L Zhang, L Sun, X He, X Zhong, D Jia, L Song, ...
Cell reports 8 (6), 1930-1942, 2014
1402014
Coupling the modules of EMT and stemness: A tunable ‘stemness window’model
MK Jolly, D Jia, M Boareto, SA Mani, KJ Pienta, E Ben-Jacob, H Levine
Oncotarget 6 (28), 25161, 2015
1112015
Modeling the Genetic Regulation of Cancer Metabolism: Interplay Between Glycolysis and Oxidative Phosphorylation
L Yu, M Lu, D Jia, J Ma, E Ben-Jacob, H Levine, BA Kaipparettu, ...
Cancer Research, 2017
842017
OVOL guides the epithelial-hybrid-mesenchymal transition
D Jia, MK Jolly, M Boareto, P Parsana, SM Mooney, KJ Pienta, H Levine, ...
Oncotarget 6 (17), 15436, 2015
762015
Elucidating the metabolic plasticity of cancer: mitochondrial reprogramming and hybrid metabolic states
D Jia, JH Park, KH Jung, H Levine, BA Kaipparettu
Cells 7 (3), 21, 2018
612018
Interrogating the topological robustness of gene regulatory circuits by randomization
B Huang, M Lu, D Jia, E Ben-Jacob, H Levine, JN Onuchic
PLoS computational biology 13 (3), e1005456, 2017
592017
Elucidating cancer metabolic plasticity by coupling gene regulation with metabolic pathways
D Jia, M Lu, KH Jung, JH Park, L Yu, JN Onuchic, BA Kaipparettu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2019
552019
The GRHL2/ZEB feedback loop—a key axis in the regulation of EMT in breast cancer
SM Mooney, V Talebian, MK Jolly, D Jia, M Gromala, H Levine, ...
Journal of cellular biochemistry 118 (9), 2559-2570, 2017
412017
Phenotypic Plasticity and Cell Fate Decisions in Cancer: Insights from Dynamical Systems Theory
D Jia, MK Jolly, P Kulkarni, H Levine
Cancers 9 (7), 70, 2017
412017
Distinguishing mechanisms underlying EMT tristability
D Jia, MK Jolly, SC Tripathi, PD Hollander, B Huang, M Lu, M Celiktas, ...
Cancer Convergence 1 (2), 2017
392017
Phosphorylation-induced conformational dynamics in an intrinsically disordered protein and potential role in phenotypic heterogeneity
P Kulkarni, MK Jolly, D Jia, SM Mooney, A Bhargava, LT Kagohara, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (13), E2644-E2653, 2017
372017
Testing the gene expression classification of the EMT spectrum
D Jia, JT George, SC Tripathi, DL Kundnani, M Lu, SM Hanash, ...
Physical biology 16 (2), 025002, 2019
212019
Operating principles of tristable circuits regulating cellular differentiation
D Jia, MK Jolly, W Harrison, M Boareto, E Ben-Jacob, H Levine
Physical biology 14 (3), 035007, 2017
182017
Quantifying cancer epithelial-mesenchymal plasticity and its association with stemness and immune response
D Jia, X Li, F Bocci, S Tripathi, Y Deng, MK Jolly, JN Onuchic, H Levine
Journal of clinical medicine 8 (5), 725, 2019
172019
Interconnected feedback loops among ESRP1, HAS2, and CD44 regulate epithelial-mesenchymal plasticity in cancer
MK Jolly, BT Preca, SC Tripathi, D Jia, JT George, SM Hanash, T Brabletz, ...
APL bioengineering 2 (3), 031908, 2018
172018
RACIPE: a computational tool for modeling gene regulatory circuits using randomization
B Huang, D Jia, J Feng, H Levine, JN Onuchic, M Lu
BMC systems biology 12 (1), 1-12, 2018
122018
Modeling delayed processes in biological systems
J Feng, SA Sevier, B Huang, D Jia, H Levine
Physical Review E 94 (3), 032408, 2016
92016
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