Center of Infectious Disease and Signaling Research

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Center of Infectious Disease and Signaling Research (CIDSR) The rapid spread of emerging infectious agents has summoned urgently with capacity building to counteract the invasion. To achieve effective prevention and mitigate the threat of citizens in Taiwan, Center of Infectious Disease and Signaling Research (CIDSR) is established by integrating the outstanding NCKU research groups into one roof center. The CIDSR has actively engaged with International Institutes to form a scholar platform offering to cultivate and identify talented individual interesting in the subject. The mission of CIDSR is to institute innovative research within a specific topic and to improve quality of patient cares.

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  • Discoidin domain receptor-1 (DDR1) is involved in angiolymphatic invasion in oral cancer

    Chen, Y. L., Tsai, W. H., Ko, Y. C., Lai, T. Y., Cheng, A. J., Shiah, S. G., Hsiao, J. R., Chang, J. Y. & Lin, S. F., 2020 Apr, In : Cancers. 12, 4, 841.

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    Open Access
  • MiR-30a and miR-379 modulate retinoic acid pathway by targeting DNA methyltransferase 3B in oral cancer

    Shiah, S. G., Hsiao, J. R., Chang, H. J., Hsu, Y. M., Wu, G. H., Peng, H. Y., Chou, S. T., Kuo, C. C. & Chang, J. Y., 2020 Apr 2, In : Journal of biomedical science. 27, 1, 46.

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    Open Access