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TAI CHI, QIGONG, AND TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE
S. Lin. (2001). Qigong and Tai Chi: A cultural and scientific overview. In: Yearbook of the Chinese American Professional Society, pp.51-54.
Hintz, K.J., G.L. Yount, I. Kadar, G. Schwartz, R. Hammerschlag, and S. Lin. (2003). Bioenergy definitions and research guidelines. Alternative Therapies for Health & Medicine 9: A13-30.
S. Lin. (2003). Recent progress in qigong and acupuncture research. In: Special issue for the 22nd Anniversary of the World Chinese Medicine & Herbs United Association, pp. 135-138.
S. Lin. (2003). Recent developments in Qigong and acupuncture research. In: Yearbook of the Chinese American Professional Society, pp. 35-41.
Lin, S., Z.Y. Shen, G. Chevalier, R. Srinivasan, T.P. Jung, and Z.P. Chen. (2004). Hi-tech measurements of physiological changes accompanying Chinese mind/body practices. In: Proceedings of the 10th Society of Chinese Bioscientists in America International Symposium, Beijing, China, p.116.
Lin, S. (2004). Physiological changes accompanying Qigong and Acupuncture. In Proceedings of the 12th Conference on Health Care of the Chinese in N. America, pp. 71-76.
Lin, S. Changes in mind/body functions associated with Qigong practice. (2004) J. Altern. Complement. Med. 10: 200.
Lin, S., G. Chevalier, T. Ross, M. Nguyen, H. Lin, P. Lin, and Y. Lin (2004). Comparison of bioenergy and physiological markers in Qigong and acupuncture research. J. Altern. Complement. Med. 10: 1135.
Lin, S. (2004). Recent developments in Qigong research. In: Collection of Papers from the 9th China-Shanghai Qigong Science Symposium, pp. 1-7.
Lin, S. (2005). Scientific evidence on benefits of Qigong and Tai Chi practice. In: Proceedings of the 2005 International Society for Chinese Medicine’s International Conference on Chinese Medicine, Macau, China.
Lin, S., Z.Y. Shen, T. Ross, G. Chevalier, and K.M. Shu (2006). Analysis of factors influencing the use of heart rate variability for evaluation of autonomic nervous function in mind/body and acupuncture research. J. Altern. Complement. Med. 12: 223.
Lin, S., G. Chevalier, T. Ross, M. Nguyen, and H. Lin (2006). Variability and specificity of the Single Square Voltage Pulse Method for measuring conductance at acupuncture points for mind/body research. J. Altern. Complement. Med. 12: 210.
Lin, S., G. Chevalier, H. Lin, T. Ross, and P. Lin. (2006). Measurement of biophoton emission with a single photon counting system. J. Altern. Complement. Med. 12: 210-211.
Lin, S. and Z. Chen. (2007). A molecular and cellular model for benefits of increased bioenergy from Qigong/Tai Chi practice. J. Altern. Complement. Med. 13: 905a.
Lin, S., T. Ross, J. Guo, M. Kinoshita, M. Debbaneh, P. Wu, M. Meija, C. Le, E. Song, A. Lien, J. Hum, K. Perfecto, A. Sarkisyan, and M. Chen. (2007). Correlation of increased cutaneous blood flow with elevated bioenergy markers from Qigong/Tai Chi practice and heat/massage therapies. J. Altern. Complement. Med. 13: 905b.
Lin, S. (2007). High-tech measurements of physiological and bioenergetic enhancements produced by Qigong and Tai Chi practice. In: Abstracts for the 3rd World Integrative Medicine Congress , Guangzhou, China, p.33.
Lin, S. (2007). Research leading to a systems/cellular/molecular model for the benefits of Qigong and Tai chi on health and healing. Theses: Scientific and Skill Papers on Qigong, published in coordination with the World Qigong Forum 2007 and 10th World Congress for Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tokyo, 2007, pp. 3-8.
Lin, S. and Z.Y. Shen. (2007). Quantitative measurements of physiological and bioenergetic changes associated with Qigong and Tai Chi practice. Collection of Papers from the 10th China-Shanghai International Symposium on Qigong Science, pp.1-10.
Lin, S. (2008). Natural healing strength. Scientific measurements and models. In: Proceeding of the 2nd World Conference of Natural Medicine, pp. 75-87.
Qin, Z., Y.Jin, S. Lin, and N.S. Hermanowicz. (2009). A forty-five year follow-up EEG study of Qigong practice. Int. J. Neuroscience 119: 538-552.
Lin, S., H. Pakzamir, J. Nguyen, W. Wu, and R. Miu (2009). Comparison of blood flow and energy markers of acupuncture points on the palm. Alternative Therapies for Health & Medicine 15: S87-88.
Shen, Z.Y., S. Lin, P. Yu, Y.Q. Zhu, Q.H. Zhang, and M.H. Qu, (2009). The influence of respiratory frequency adjustment on heart rate variability. J. Practical Electrocardiology 9: 323-325.
Lin, S. , V. N. Nguyen, W. J. Wu, N. Nikroo, J. D. Nguyen, J. Quinones, M. J. Lao, and J. K. Fong. (2010). Increases in blood flow and bioenergy markers produced by heat, massage, and topical herbal therapies. In: Proceedings of the Society of Acupuncture Research (published on-line at http://www.acupunctureresearch.org/, 2010).
S. Lin, K. J. Vyas, Q. Nguyen, S. Uch, A. Michalos, E. Gratton, and R. Srinivasan. (2010). Changes in physiological and bioenergetic markers associated with stationary meditation. In: Proceedings of the Society of Acupuncture Research (published on-line at http://www.acupunctureresearch.org/, 2010).
H. Lin, A. Schneider, R. Srinivasan, and S. Lin. Frequency-tagging EEG test for measuring spatial attention in Qigong research. In: Proceedings of the Society of Acupuncture Research (published on-line at http://www.acupunctureresearch.org/, 2010).
CYTOSKELETON AND CELL CONTRACTILITY/MOTILITY
(From a total of over 200 articles, reviews, and abstracts published in the field)
Spudich, J. A. and S. Lin. (1972). Cytochalasin B, its interaction with actin and actomyosin from muscle. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., U.S.A. 69, 442‑446.
Lin, S., D. V. Santi, and J. A. Spudich. (1974). Biochemical studies on the mode of action of cytochalasin B. Preparation of tritiated cytochalasin B and studies on its binding to cells. J. Biol. Chem. 249, 2268‑2274.
Lin, S. and J. A. Spudich. (1974). Biochemical studies on the mode of action of cytochalasin B. Cytochalasin B binding to red cell membrane in relation to glucose transport. J. Biol. Chem. 249, 5778‑5783.
Atlas, S. J. and S. Lin. (1976). High-affinity cytochalasin B binding to normal and transformed Balb/c 3T3 cells. J. Cell Physiol. 89, 751‑756.
Lin, S. and C. E. Snyder. (1977). High-affinity cytochalasin B binding to red cell membrane proteins which are unrelated to sugar transport. J. Biol. Chem. 252, 5464‑5471.
Lin, S., D. C. Lin, and M. D. Flanagan. (1978). Specificity of the effects of cytochalasin B on transport and motile processes. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 75, 329‑333.
Atlas, S. J. and S. Lin. (1978). Dihydrocytochalasin B. Biological effects and binding to 3T3 cells. J. Cell Biol. 76, 360‑370.
Lin, D. C. and S. Lin. (1978). High‑affinity binding of [3H]dihydrocytochalasin B to peripheral membrane proteins involved in the control of cell shape in the human red cell. J. Biol. Chem. 253, 1415‑1419.
Flanagan, M. D. and S. Lin. (1979). Comparative studies on the characteristic properties of two forms of brain actin separable by isoelectric focusing. J. Neurochem. 32, 1037‑1046.
Lin, D. C. and S. Lin. (1979). Actin polymerization induced by a motility‑related high‑affinity cytochalasin binding complex from human erythrocyte membrane. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 76, 2345‑2349.
Howard, T. H. and S. Lin. (1979). Specific interaction of cytochalasins with muscle and platelet actin filaments in vitro. J. Supramol. Struct. 11, 283‑293.
Lees, A. and S. Lin. (1979). 7‑Acetyl‑cytochalasin B. Differential effects on sugar transport and cell motility. J. Supramol. Struct. 12, 185‑194.
Lin, D. C., K. D. Tobin, M. Grumet, and S. Lin. (1980). Cytochalasins inhibit nuclei‑induced actin polymerization by blocking filament elongation. J. Cell Biol. 84, 455‑460.
Flanagan, M. D. and S. Lin. (1980). Cytochalasins block actin filament elongation by binding to high‑affinity sites associated with F‑actin. J. Biol. Chem. 255, 835‑838.
Lin, D. C. and S. Lin. (1980). A rapid assay for actin‑associated high‑affinity cytochalasin binding sites based on isoelectric precipitation of soluble protein. Analyt. Biochem. 103, 316‑322.
Hendrickson, C. M. and S. Lin. (1980). Opiate receptors in highly purified neuronal cell populations isolated in bulk from embryonic chick brain. Neuropharmacology 19, 731‑739.
Atlas, S., W. W. Magargal, and S. Lin. (1980). Relationship between high‑affinity binding of cytochalasin B to 3T3 cells and inhibition of transport and cell motility. J. Receptor Res. 1, 113‑135.
Grumet, M. and S. Lin. (1980). A platelet inhibitor protein with cytochalasin‑like activity against actin polymerization in vitro. Cell 21, 439‑444.
Howard, T. H., J. Casella, and S. Lin. (1981). Correlation of the biological effects and binding of cytochalasins to human polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Blood 57, 399‑405.
Casella, J. F., M. D. Flanagan, and S. Lin. (1981). Cytochalasin D inhibits actin polymerization and induces depolymerization of actin filaments formed during platelet shape change. Nature 293, 302‑305.
Lin, S., J. A. Wilkins, D. H. Cribbs, M. Grumet, and D. C. Lin. (1982). Proteins and complexes that affect actin filament assembly and interactions. Cold Spring Harbor Sym. Quan. Biol. 46, 625‑632.
Wilkins, J. A. and S. Lin. (1982). High‑affinity interaction of vinculin with actin filaments in vitro. Cell 28, 83‑90.
Cribbs, D. H., J. R. Glenney, P. Kaulfus, K. Weber, and S. Lin. (1982). Interaction of cytochalasin B with actin filaments nucleated or fragmented by villin. J. Biol. Chem. 257, 395‑399.
Lin, S., D. H. Cribbs, J. A. Wilkins, J. F. Casella, W. W. Magargal, and D. C. Lin. (1982). The Capactins, a class of proteins that cap the ends of actin filaments. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B. 299, 263‑273.
Casella, J. F., N. C. Masiello, S. Lin, W. Bell , and M. B. Zucker. (1983). Identification of fibrinogen derivatives in the Triton‑insoluble residue of human blood platelets. Cell Motility 3, 21‑30.
Lin, D. C., M. D. Flanagan, and S. Lin. (1983). Complexes containing actin and spectrin from erythrocyte and brain. Cell Motility 3, 375‑382.
Lees, A., J. G. Haddad, and S. Lin. (1984). Brevin and vitamin D binding protein: Comparison of the effects of two serum proteins on actin assembly and Disassembly. Biochemistry 23, 3038‑3047.
Zachary, J. M., G. Cleveland, L. Kwock, T. Lawrence, R. M. Weissman, L. Nabell, F. A. Fried, E. V. Staab, M. A. Risinger, and S. Lin. (1986). Actin filament organization of the Dunning R3327 rat prostatic adenocarcinoma system: Correlation with metastatic potential. Cancer Res. 26, 926-932.
Wilkins, J. A. and S. Lin. (1986). A re‑examination of the interaction of vinculin with actin. J. Cell Biol. 102, 1085-1092.
Casella, J. F., D. J. Maak, and S. Lin. (1986). Purification and initial characterization of a protein from skeletal muscle that caps the barbed ends of actin filament. J. Biol. Chem. 261, 10915-10921.
Wilkins, J. A., M. A. Risinger, and S. Lin. (1986). Studies on proteins that co‑purify with smooth muscle vinculin. Identification of immunologically related species in focal adhesions of nonmuscle and Z‑lines of muscle cells. J. Cell Biol. 103, 1483-1494.
Magargal, W. W. and S. Lin. (1986). Transformation‑dependent increase in endogenous cytochalasin‑like activity in chicken embryo fibroblasts infected by Rous sarcoma virus. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 83, 8201-8205.
Mitchell, M., B. E. Laughon, and S. Lin. (1987) Biochemical studies on the effect of C. difficile toxin on actin in vivo and in vitro. Infection and Immunity 55, 1610-1615.
Ottlinger, M. E. and S. Lin. (1988) Clostridium difficile toxin B induces reorganization of actin, vinculin, and talin in cultured cells. Exp. Cell Res., 174, 215-229.
Lai, M.L., C.Y. Lin, C.H.-L. Liu, H.J. Ho, M.E. Wang, L.-B. Chen, W.-T. Chen, S. Chein , W. Ip , D.C. Lin, J. J.-C. Lin, T.-T. Sun, E. Wang, J.L. Wang, Y.-L. Wang, C.-W. Wu, R. Wu, and S. Lin (1990) Monoclonal antibodies against nuclear antigens associated with proliferation and differentiation of bovine esophageal epithelium. In: Structure and Dynamics of the Nucleus, E. Wang, J.L. Wang, S. Chien, W.-Y. Cheung, and C.-W. Wu, eds., Academic Press, New York , pp. 123-138.
Saltzman, W.M., P. Parsons-Wingerter, K.W. Leong, and S. Lin. (1991). Fibroblast and hepatocyte behavior on synthetic polymer surfaces. J. Biomed. Materials Res. 25, 741-759.
Davis , S., M.L. Lu, S.H. Lo, S. Lin, J.A. Butler, B.J. Druker, T.M. Roberts, Q. An, and L.B. Chen. (1991). Presence of an SH2 Domain in the actin-binding protein tensin. Science 252, 712-715.
Tang, T.K., T.M. Hong, C.Y. Lin, M.L. Lai, C.H. Liu, H.J. Lo,M.E. Wang, L.B. chen, W.T. Chen, W. Ip, D.C. Lin, S. Lin, T.T. Sun, E. Wang, J.L. Wang, R. Wu, C.W. Wu, and S. Chien. (1993). Nuclear proteins of the bovine esophageal epithelium. I. Monoclonal antibody W2 specifically reacts with condensed nuclei of differentiated superficial cells. J. Cell Sci. 104, 237-247.
Van de Werken, R., M. Gennari, S. Tavella, P. Bet, F. Molina, S. Lin, R. Cancedda, R., and P. Castagnola. (1993). Modulation of tensin and vimentin expression in chicken embryo developing cartilage and cultured differentiating chondrocytes. Eur. J. Biochem. 217, 781-790.
Hiura, K., S.-S. Lim, S.P. Little, S. Lin, and M. Sato. (1995). Differentiation dependent expression of tensin and cortactin in chicken osteoclasts. Cell Motility & Cytoskeleton 30, 272-284.
Chuang, J.Z., D.C. Lin, and S. Lin. (1995). Molecular cloning, expression, and mapping of the high affinity actin-capping domain of chicken cardiac tensin. J. Cell Biol. 128, 1095-1109.
Lin , D.C. , J.F. Apgar, W.J. Mahlow, and S. Lin. (1997). Fluorescence localization of tensin at cell-substrate contacts in living fibroblasts. Cell Vision 4, 181-182.
Zamir, E.M. Katz, Y. Posen, N. Erez, K.M. Yamada, B.Z. Katz, S. Lin, D.C. Lin, A. Bershadsky, Z. Kam, B. Geiger. (2000). Dynamics and segregation of cell-matrix adhesions in cultured fibroblasts. Nature Cell Biol., 2 191-1966.
Pankov, R.E. Cukierman, B.Z. Katz, K. Matsumoto, D.C. Lin, S. Lin, C. Hahn, K.M. Yamada, (2000). Integrin dynamics and matrix assembly: Tensin-dependent translocation of alpha (5) –beta(1) integrins promotes early fibronectin fibrillogenesis. J. Cell Biol., 148, 1075-1090.
Katz, B.Z., M. Zohar, H. Teramoto, K. Matsumoto, J.S. Gutkind, D.C. Lin, S. Lin, K.M. Yamada. (2000). Tensin can induce JNK and p38 activation. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 272, 717-20.