YANG PengyuanChemical Biology, Professor

Office Location: Room A4011, Chemistry Building, Department of Chemistry, Fudan University 2005 Songhu Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai 200438, China

  • Research Interests

  • Academic Appointments

  • Prizes and awards

  • Biography

  • Teaching

  • Key Publications

    • Proteomics and Bioinformatics

    • Disease proteins and the analysis of molecular markers

    • Biological mass spectrometry technology

    • Microfluidic techniques and methods

    • 1998-present  Professor, Department of Chemistry, Fudan University, Shanghai, China,

    • 1991-1998      Associate Professor, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University, China,

    • 1989-1991      Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University, China,

    • 1987-1991      Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Chemistry, Indiana University at Bloomington,U.S.A,

    • 1982-1987      Ph.D. Department of Analytical Chemistry, University of Massechusatts at Amherst,  U.S.A,

    • 1978-1981      M.S. Department of Analytical Chemistry, University of Science and Technology of China, China,

    • 1972-1975      B.S. Department of Chemistry, University of Inner Mongolian, China,

    • Mass behavior of Macromolecule ions

    • The Techniques and methods of Macromolecule Mass spectrometry

    • The instruments of biomass and Mass analysis

    • The Introduction of Scientific Experiments

    • The Introduction of establishment ofScientific programme

    • The advanced techniques and methods of Proteomics

    • Professional English for Graduates

    1. Liu Y, Ying W, Ren Z, Gu W, Zhang Y, Yan G, Yang P, Liu Y, Yin X, Chang C, Jiang J, Fan F, Zhang C, Xu P, Wang Q, Wen B, Lin L, Wang T, Du C, Zhong J, Wang T, He QY, Qian X*, Lou X*, Zhang G*, Zhong F*. Chromosome 8-coded proteome of Chinese Chromosome Proteome Data Set (CCPD) 2.0 with partial immunohistochemical verifications. J Proteome Res. 2014;13(1):126-136.

    2. Wang Q, Wen B, Wang T, Xu Z, Yin X, Xu S, Ren Z, Hou G, Zhou R, Zhao H, Zi J, Zhang S, Gao H, Lou X, Sun H, Feng Q, Chang C, Qin P, Zhang C, Li N, Zhu Y, Gu W, Zhong J, Zhang G, Yang P, Yan G, Shen H, Liu X, Lu H, Zhong F*, He QY*, Xu P*, Lin L*, Liu S*. Omics evidence: single nucleotide variants transmissions on chromosome 20 in liver cancer cell lines. J Proteome Res. 2014;13(1):200-211.

    3. Zhang Y, Yan G, Zhai L, Xu S, Shen H, Yao J, Wu F, Xie L, Tang H, Yu H, Liu M, Yang P, Xu P, Zhang C, Li L, Chang C, Li N, Wu S, Zhu Y, Wang Q, Wen B, Lin L, Wang Y, Zheng G, Zhou L, Lu H*, Liu S*, He F*, Zhong F*. Proteome atlas of human chromosome 8 and its multiple 8p deficiencies in tumorigenesis of the stomach, colon, and liver. J Proteome Res. 2013;12(1):81-88.

    4. Yu H, Zhao J, Lin L, Zhang Y, Zhong F, Liu Y, Yu Y, Shen H, Han M, He F*, Yang P*. Proteomic study explores AGR2 as pro-metastatic protein in HCC. Mol Biosyst. 2012 ;8(10):2710-2718.

    5. Zhao J, Yu H, Lin L, Tu J, Cai L, Chen Y, Zhong F, Lin C, He F*, Yang P*. Interactome study suggests multiple cellular functions of hepatoma-derived growth factor (HDGF). J Proteomics. 2011;75(2):588-602.

    6. Yu Y, Shen H, Yu H, Zhong F, Zhang Y, Zhang C, Zhao J, Li H, Chen J, Liu Y*, Yang P*. Systematic proteomic analysis of human hepotacellular carcinoma cells reveals molecular pathways and networks involved in metastasis. Mol. Biosyst. 2011; 7(6):1908-1916.

    7.  Yu Y, Pan X, Ding Y, Liu X, Tang H, Shen C, Shen H* and Yang P*. An iTRAQ based quantitative proteomic strategy to explore novel secreted proteins in metastatic hepatocellular carcinoma cell lines. Analyst. 2013; 138(16):4505-11

    8. Shen C, Yu Y, Li H, Yan G, Liu M, Shen H*, Yang P*. Global profiling of proteolytically modified proteins in human metastatic hepatocellular carcinoma cell lines reveals CAPN2 centered network. Proteomics. 2012; 12(12):1917-27.

    9. Yu Y, Liu M, Shen H*, Yang P*, et. al. Hydrazide-functionalized Magnetic Microspheres for the Selective Enrichment of Digested Tryptophan-containing Peptides in Serum. Talanta. 2011, 85(2):1001–1006

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