Full time faculty

Adjunct professor

Chair professor

Administration

Jinyuan Liu

Jin-Yuan Liu, Ph.D.

Professor

 

Personal Information

1978-1982 B.Sc. Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, China

1983-1988 M.Sc and Ph. D. Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Tokyo, Japan

1988-1991 Associate Professor, Peking University, Beijing, China

1991-1992 Associate Professor, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

1994-1995 Visiting Professor, John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK

1999-2000 Visiting Professor, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan

1992-Present Professor, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

 

Research focus

1) Molecular functions of hydrogen peroxide in developing cotton fiber cells and growing rice seedlings; 2) New technologies for single cell Proteomics; 3) Gene therapy in cancer cells

 

Selected Publications (since 2005)

  1. Tian Li, Xiu-Yun Wu, Hui Li, Jian-Hui Song, Jin-Yuan Liu* (2016) A dual-function transcription factor, AtYY1, is a novel negative regulator of the Arabidopsis ABA response network. Molecular Plant 9:650-661.
  2. Shi-Xiang Yao, Yu Zhang, YL Chen, HT Deng, Jin-Yuan Liu* (2014) SILARS: An effective stable isotope labeling with ammonium nitrate-15N in rice seedlings for quantitative proteomic analysis. Molecular Plant 7:1697-1700. 
  3. Bing Zhang and Jin-Yuan Liu* (2013). Mass spectrometric identification of in vivo phosphorylation sites of differentially expressed proteins in elongating cotton fiber cells. Plos ONE 8: e58758.
  4. Zheng-Ming Wang, Wei Xue, Chun-Juan Dong, Long-Guo Jin, Shao-Min Bian, ChuanWang, Xiu-Yun Wu and Jin-Yuan Liu* (2012) A Comparative miRNAome Analysis Reveals Seven Fiber Initiation-Related and 36 Novel miRNAs in Developing Cotton Ovules. Molecular Plant 5: 889-900.
  5. Tian Li, Hui Li, Yun-Xiao Zhang and Jin-Yuan Liu* (2011) Identification and analysis of seven H2O2-responsive miRNAs and thirty-two new miRNAs in the seedlings of rice (Oryza sativa L. ssp. indica). Nucleic Acids Research 39:2821-2833.
  6. Chun-Juan Dong, Jin-Yuan Liu* (2010) The Arabidopsis EAR-motif-containing protein RAP2.1 functions as an active transcriptional repressor to keep stress responses under tight control. BMC Plant Biology 10:47.
  7. Xiang-Yuan Wan and Jin-Yuan Liu* (2008) Comparative proteomic analysis reveals an intimate protein network provoked by hydrogen peroxide stress in rice seedling leaves. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics 7: 1469-1488.
  8. Yi-Wei Yang, Shao-Min Bian, Yuan Yao and Jin-Yuan Liu* (2008) Comparative proteomic analysis provides new insights into the fiber elongating process in cotton. Journal of Proteome Research. 7: 4623–4637.
  9. Xiao-Dong Yang, Chun-Juan Dong, Jin-Yuan Liu* (2006) A plant mitochondrial phospholipid hydroperoxide glutathione peroxidase: its precise localization and higher enzymatic activity. Plant Mol Biol 62:951-962.
  10. Suxia Cui, Fang Huang, Jie Wang, Xiao Ma, Yongsheng Cheng, Jin-Yuan Liu* (2005) A proteomic analysis of cold stress responses in rice seedlings. Proteomics 5: 3162–3172.

 (*corresponding author)

 

Contact:

Tel: +86-10-62772243

E-mail: liujy@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn

Web: http://molgene.biosci.tsinghua.edu.cn/

Mail address: School of Life Sciences, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

 



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