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Hongzhen Hu, PhD

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology


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Biography

Dr. Hongzhen Hu received his Ph.D. at the Ohio State University and completed his post-doctoral training under Dr. Ardem Patapoutian at the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation and the Scripps Research Institute. He was an assistant professor of integrative biology and pharmacology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston before joining the Center for the Study of Itch in 2014.


Potentiation of high voltage-activated calcium channels by 4-aminopyridine depends on subunit composition.

Li L, Li DP, Chen SR, Chen J, Hu H, Pan HL (2014). Potentiation of high voltage-activated calcium channels by 4-aminopyridine depends upon subunit composition. Mol Pharmacol 86(6): 760-772. PMID:…

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Loureirin B, an essential component of Sanguis Draxonis, inhibits Kv1.3 channel and suppresses cytokine release from Jurkat T cells.

Yin S, Hu Q, Luo J, Li Y, Lu C, Chen X and Hu H (2014). Loureirin B, an essential component of Sanguis Draxonis, inhibits Kv1.3 channel and suppresses cytokine…

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Thermally activated TRPV3 channels

Luo J, Hu H (2014). Thermally activated TRPV3 channels. Curr Top Membr 74: 325-364. PMID: 25366242

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LE135, a retinoid acid receptor antagonist, produces pain through direct activation of TRP channels.

Yin S, Luo J, Qian A, Yu W, and Hu H (2014). LE135, a retinoid acid receptor antagonist, produces pain through direct activation of TRP channels.  Br J Pharmacol 171:…

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Welcome Dr. Hongzhen Hu, a new faculty, to join the CSI

We would like to welcome Dr. Hongzhen Hu to join CSI as an assistant professor, starting on June 1, 2014.  Dr. Hu received his Ph.D. at the Ohio State University and conducted his post-doctoral training under Dr. Ardem Patapoutian at the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation and the Scripps Research Institute. Prior to joining CSI, he was an assistant professor at the department of integrative biology and pharmacology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. 

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