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Selected peer-reviewed publications

  1. Ueda H, Sun GC and Hirose S. A novel DNA binding motif abuts the zinc finger DNA binding domain of insect nuclear hormone receptors FTZ-F1 and mouse ELP.  Molecular and Cellular Biology. 1992. 12:5667-5672. PMID: 1448096
  2. Sun GC, Hirose S, and Ueda H. Intermittent expression of BmFTZ-F1, a member of steroid receptor superfamily during development of the silkworm, Bombyx mori. Developmental Biology. 1994. 162: 426-437. PMID: 8150206.
  3. Li FQ, Sun GC, Ueda H, and Hirose S. Sequences of two cDNAs encoding silkworm homologues ofDrosophila melanogaster squid geneGene. 1995. 154: 295-296. PMID: 7890181.
  4. Weller J, Sun GC, Zhou BH, Lan Q, Hiruma K, and Riddiford LM.  Isolation and developmental expression of two nuclear receptors MHR4 and βFTZ-F1, in the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  2001. 31: 827-837. PMID: 11378418.
  5. Sun GC, Lovejoy J, Gillham S, Putiri A, Sasagawa M, and Bradley R. The Effects of Qigong on Glucose Control in Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Pilot StudyDiabetes Care, 2010.33(1):e8. PMID: 20040671.
  6. Putiri AL, Lovejoy JC, Gillham S, Sasagawa M, Bradley R, Sun GC. Psychological Effects of Yi Ren Medical Qigong and Progressive Resistance Training in Adults With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus – A Randomized Controlled Pilot StudyAltern Ther Health Med. 2012 Jan-Feb;18(1):30-4. PMID: 22516850.
  7. Engel AL, Sun GC, Gad E, Rastetter LR, Strobe K, Yang Y, Dang Y, Disis ML, Lu H. Protein-bound polysaccharide activates dendritic cells and enhances OVA-specific T cell response as vaccine adjuvant.  Immunobiology. 2013 Dec; 218 (12):1468-76. PMID: 23735481.

Additional recent publications of importance to the field (in chronological order)

  1. Medical Qigong Program Equips Providers for Self-Care. Bastyr University. August 1, 2013.
  2. Gonet J and Sun GC. Developing Character Through Qigong PracticeThe New Times – October 2000 Vol. XVI, No.5
  3. Sun GC. Cultivating the Body’s Information System and Experiencing the Meridians Through Qigong Practice.  Medical Paradigm.  2004. 1: 49-59.
  4. Sun GC. The Physiology of the Three Gates in the Process of Energetic Development The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health and Fitness. 2004.14 (2): 34-39.
  5. Sun GC. The Plum Flowering Mind Method of Divination. 2006. The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health and Fitness. 16 (1)
  6. Sun GCQigong: Bio-Energy Medicine.  J Altern Complement Med. 2008. 14(8): 893. PMID: 18823262.
  7. Sun GC. The Art of Internal Observation and Panoramic Knowing: Laozi’s Classic on the Way of Virtues.  Qi: The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health and Fitness. 2008. 18 (1): 18-25.
  8. Sun GC and Gonet J. The Middle Path of Qi Cultivation: Balancing Wu Wei and You WeiQi Dao. 2010. Jan/Feb. 20-23.
  9. Sun GC and Gonet J. Cultivating the Shen and Nourishing the SpiritQi Dao. 2010. May/Jun. 21-23.
  10. Sun GC and Gonet J.  Qi Cultivation for Healing Chronic Health ConditionsQi Dao. 2010. Jul/Aug. 24-26.
  11. Gonet J and Sun GC.  The Happiness of Returning to DwellThe Empty Vessel, 2011. Fall. 7-12.
  12. Gonet J and Sun GCIntegrating Theory With Expereince: Medical Qigong For Healing and Healthcare. Part IYang-Sheng (Nurturing Life) 2012. July/Aug. 22-27.
  13. Gonet J and Sun GC.  Integrating Theory With Expereince: Medical Qigong For Healing and Healthcare. Part IIYang-Sheng (Nurturing Life) 2012. Sept/Oct. 40-44.
  14. Gonet J and Sun GC.  How Can Our Practice Bring Us Joy. Aug 15, 2002.
  15. Gonet J and Sun GC.  How Does Qigong Practice Connect Us With the Earth. Aug 15, 2002.
  16. Gonet J and Sun GC.  Guidelines for YiRen® Qigong Practitioners. July 4, 2000.
  17. Sun GC.  The Dao of Internal Cultivation. Qi: The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health and Fitness.  2004. 14 (3): 28‐32.
  18. Gonet J and Sun GC.  A Consideration of “Transactional Energetics” for Qi Cultivators and Healthcare Providers. Bastyr University. June 2013.
  19. Sun GC.  An Overview: The Nine Steps of Internal Cultivation in YiRen™ Qigong. Qi: The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health and Fitness. 2007. 17 (1) Spring.