Project Group Entomogenous Microbiology, Dr. Liyan Ping



Ping L. (2009) Pea, Fly, Germ, and Us - A Brief History of Genetics. World Scientific Publishing Co. Singapore.


Research Papers:


Ping, L. (2010). The asymmetric flagellar distribution and motility of Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology, 397, 906-916.


Xiong, L., Ping, L., Yuan, B., Wang, Y. (2009). Methyl group migration during the fragmentation of singly charged ions of trimethyllysine-containing peptides: precaution of using MS/MS of singly charged ions for interrogating peptide methylation. Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 20, 1172-1181.


Ping, L., Vogel, H., Boland, W. (2008). Cloning of prokaryotic genes by a universal degenerate primer PCR. FEMS Microbiology Letters, 287 (2), 192-198.


Ping, L., Weiner, B., Kleckner, N. (2008). Tsr–GFP accumulates linearly with time at cell poles, and can be used to differentiate 'old' versus 'new' poles, in Escherichia coli. Molecular Microbiology, 69(6), 1427-1438.


Ping, L., Büchler R., Mithöfer A., et. al. (2007). A novel Dps-type protein from insect gut bacteria catalyses hydrolysis and synthesis of N-acyl amino acids. Environmental Microbiology 9 (6), 1572-1583.


Ping, L. (2005). Biosynthesis of plant defence elicitors by a protein isolated from caterpillar gut bacteria. Doctorial thesis, Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena, Jena, Germany.


Ping, L., Boland, W. (2004). Signals from the underground: bacterial volatiles promote growth in Arabidopsis. Trends in Plant Science, 9 (6), 263-266.


Ping, L., Spiteller, D., Boland, W. (2003). Plant defense-induced N-acyl glutamines from insect guts: structural diversity and microbe-assisted biosynthesis. The BCPC International Congress-Crop Science and Technology, 2, 1211-1216.


Ping, L., Shen, Y., Jin, Y. (2001). Plant volatiles released in succession from artificially wounded ashleaf maple leaves. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology, 28 (6), 513-517.


Ping, L., Shen, Y., Jin, Y., Hao, J. (2001). Comparison of leaf volatiles induced by mechanical damage from diverse taxonomic tree species. Acta Botanica Sinca, 43 (3), 261-266.


Ping, L., Shen, Y. (2001). Plant wound-induced volatiles and their physiological functions. Plant Physiology Communications, 37 (2), 166-172.