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Fang Liu

 Department: Microbiology
 Address: Room 208, College of Life Sciences, Nankai University, 300071
 Phone: 022-23509491
::Professional Education::

B.S. Department of Biology, Nankai University, China 1983

M.S. Department of Biology, Nankai University, China 1988

PhD. Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1996

::Research Area::

*  Natural medicine  

*  Molecular biology
::Honors and Awards::

*  Director, Chinese Society of Microbiology

*  Chief Director, Tianjin Society of Microbiology

*  The first prize of teaching achievement in Tianjin,China

::Representative Publications::

1.  Liu, F., et al. (1999) Analysis of immunomodulating cytokine mRNA in the mouse induced by mushroom polysaccharides. Life Sciences, 64: 1005-1011.

2.  Liu, F., et al. (2000) Antioxidative and free radical scavenging activities of medicinal herbs. Life Sciences 66: 725-735.

3.  Liu, F., et al. (2005) Antioxidant activity of gallic acid from rose flowers in senescence accelerated mice.  Life Sciences. 77: 230-240.

4.  Liu, F., et al.(2000)  Effect of pineal indoles on activities of the antioxidant defense enzyme superoxide dismutase, catalase and glutathione reductase and levels of reduced and oxidized glutathione in rat tissues. Biochemistry and Cell Biology ,78: 447-453.

5.  Liu, F., et al. (2002) Gene expression of immunomodulatory cytokines induced by Narcissus tazetta lectin in the mouse. Biochemistry and Cell Biology , 80: 271-277.

6.  Liu, F., et al. (2005) Rose (Rosa rugosa) flower extract increases in the activities of antioxidant enzymes and their gene expression and reduces lipid peroxidation. Biochemistry and Cell Biology. 83:78-85.

7.  Liu, F., et al. (2007) A polysaccharide-peptide complex of abalone mushroom (Pleurotus abalonus) fruiting bodies increases activities and gene expression of antioxidant enzymes and reduces lipid peroxidation in senescence-accelerated mice.  Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 75: 863-869.

8.  Liu, F., et al .(2007) Induction of apoptosis in human leukemia K562 cells by cyclic lipopeptides from Bacillus subtilis natto T-2. Peptides,.28:1344-1350.

9.  Liu, F, et al (2009), CLP induces apoptosis in human leukemia K562 cells through Ca2+ regulating extracellular-related protein kinase ERK activation., Cancer Letter, 276:221-227.


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