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Jian-Qun Chen State Key Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, School of Life Sciences, Nanjing University, China
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Bin Wang State Key Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, School of Life Sciences, Nanjing University, China
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Yan-Mei Zhang State Key Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, School of Life Sciences, Nanjing University, China
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Zhu-Qing Shao
  • State Key Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, School of Life Sciences, Nanjing University, China
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Biology, School of Life Sciences, Nanjing University, China

Current position

Postdoctoral researcher, School of Life Sciences, Nanjing University, China

Publications

  1. Li, M., Shao, Z. Q., Guo, Y., Wang, L., Hou, T., Hu, D., Zheng, F., Tang, J., Wang, C., Feng, Y., Gao, J. and Pan, X. (2015). The type II histidine triad protein HtpsC is a novel adhesion with the involvement of Streptococcus suis virulence. Virulence 6(6): 643-653.
  2. Zhou, G.-C., Shao, Z.-Q., Ma, F.-F., Wu, P., Wu, X.-Y., Xie, Z.-Y., Yu, D.-Y., Cheng, H., Liu, Z.-H. and Jiang, Z.-F. (2015). The evolution of soybean mosaic virus: An updated analysis by obtaining 18 new genomic sequences of Chinese strains/isolates. Virus research 208: 189-198.
  3. Zhang, Y. M., Shao, Z. Q., Wang, Q., Hang, Y. Y., Xue, J. Y., Wang, B. and Chen, J. Q. (2015). Uncovering the dynamic evolution of nucleotide-binding site-leucine-rich repeat (NBS-LRR) genes in Brassicaceae. J Integr Plant Biol. (Epub ahead of print)
  4. Shao, Z. Q., Zhang, Y. M., Hang, Y. Y., Xue, J. Y., Zhou, G. C., Wu, P., Wu, X. Y., Wu, X. Z., Wang, Q., Wang, B. and Chen, J. Q. (2014). Long-term evolution of nucleotide-binding site-leucine-rich repeat genes: understanding gained from and beyond the legume family. Plant Physiol 166(1): 217-234.
  5. Wu, P., Shao, Z. Q., Wu, X. Z., Wang, Q., Wang, B., Chen, J. Q., Hang, Y. Y. and Xue, J. Y. (2014). Loss/retention and evolution of NBS-encoding genes upon whole genome triplication of Brassica rapa. Gene 540(1): 54-61.
  6. Zhou, G. C., Wu, X. Y., Zhang, Y. M., Wu, P., Wu, X. Z., Liu, L. W., Wang, Q., Hang, Y. Y., Yang, J. Y., Shao, Z. Q., Wang, B. and Chen, J. Q. (2014). A genomic survey of thirty soybean-infecting bean common mosaic virus (BCMV) isolates from China pointed BCMV as a potential threat to soybean production. Virus Res 191: 125-133.
  7. Zhang, Y. M., Shao, Z. Q., Wang, J., Wang, L., Li, X., Wang, C., Tang, J. and Pan, X. (2014). Prevalent distribution and conservation of Streptococcus suis Lmb protein and its protective capacity against the Chinese highly virulent strain infection. Microbiol Res 169(5-6): 395-401.
  8. Shao, Z. Q., Zhang, Y. M., Pan, X. Z., Wang, B. and Chen, J. Q. (2013). Insight into the evolution of the histidine triad protein (HTP) family in Streptococcus. PLoS One 8(3): e60116.
  9. Zhang, Y. M., Shao, Z. Q., Yang, L. T., Sun, X. Q., Mao, Y. F., Chen, J. Q. and Wang, B. (2013). Non-random arrangement of synonymous codons in archaea coding sequences. Genomics 101(6): 362-367.
  10. Shao, Z. Q., Zhang, Y. M., Feng, X. Y., Wang, B. and Chen, J. Q. (2012). Synonymous codon ordering: a subtle but prevalent strategy of bacteria to improve translational efficiency. PLoS One 7(3): e33547.
  11. Wang, B., Shao, Z. Q., Xu, Y., Liu, J., Liu, Y., Hang, Y. Y. and Chen, J. Q. (2011). Optimal codon identities in bacteria: implications from the conflicting results of two different methods. PLoS One 6(7): e22714.
  12. Shao, Z., Pan, X., Li, X., Liu, W., Han, M., Wang, C., Wang, J., Zheng, F., Cao, M. and Tang, J. (2011). HtpS, a novel immunogenic cell surface-exposed protein of Streptococcus suis, confers protection in mice. FEMS microbiology letters 314(2): 174-182.
  13. Feng, Y., Pan, X., Sun, W., Wang, C., Zhang, H., Li, X., Ma, Y., Shao, Z., Ge, J. and Zheng, F. (2009). Streptococcus suis enolase functions as a protective antigen displayed on the bacterial cell surface. Journal of Infectious Diseases 200(10): 1583-1592.
1 Protocol published
Computational Identification of MicroRNA-targeted Nucleotide-binding Site-leucine-rich Repeat Genes in Plants
Authors:  Zhu-Qing Shao, Yan-Mei Zhang, Bin Wang and Jian-Qun Chen, date: 11/05/2015, view: 3022, Q&A: 0
Plant genomes harbor dozens to hundreds of nucleotide-binding site-leucine-rich repeat (NBS-LRR, NBS for short) type disease resistance genes (Shao et al., 2014; Zhang et al., 2015). Proper regulation of these genes is important ...