Yifulou Building, College of Food Engineering & Biotechnology, Tianjin University of Science and Technology, TEDA, Tianjin, 300457, China
Dr. Ping Li is a Lecturer of the college of Food Engineering and Biotechnology, Tianjin University of Science and Technology. Dr. Li completed Bachelor and Doctoral Degrees from Nankai University at 2008 and 2013. Since 2013, Dr. Zhou is employed by Tianjin University of Science & Technology as a lecturer.
The research fields of Dr. Li involve in molecular regulation mechanism of food borne microorganism. Dr. Li is committed to the direction of molecular mechanism of food borne microorganism. Dr. Li has collected and analyzed the data of microbial genome, transcriptome, proteome and so on, revealing the related metabolic pathways. Related work involves many disciplines such as food science, molecular biology, microbiology and so on. It embodies the interdisciplinary of many disciplines, and has good systematic and innovative nature. Some paper has been published on these areas.
 Liu H*, Li P*, Sun C, et al. Inhibitor‐Assisted High‐Pressure Inactivation of Bacteria in Skim Milk[J]. Journal of food science, 2017, 82(7): 1672-1681.
 Li P, Wang L, Feng L. Characterization of a novel Rieske-type alkane monooxygenase system in Pusillimonas sp. strain T7-7[J]. Journal of bacteriology, 2013, 195(9): 1892-1901.
 Gao J, Li P, Du X, et al. A Negative Regulator of Cellulose Biosynthesis, bcsR, Affects Biofilm Formation, and Adhesion/Invasion Ability of Cronobacter sakazakii[J]. Frontiers in microbiology, 2017, 8: 1839.
 Liang B, Du X, Li P, et al. Orf6 gene encoded glyoxalase involved in mycotoxin citrinin biosynthesis in Monascus purpureus YY-1[J]. Applied microbiology and biotechnology, 2017, 101(19): 7281-7292.
 Du X, Zhou T, Li P, et al. A rapid Salmonella detection method involving thermophilic helicase-dependent amplification and a lateral flow assay[J]. Molecular and Cellular Probes, 2017.
 Du X, Zhang X, Li P, et al. Screening of genes involved in interactions with intestinal epithelial cells in Cronobacter sakazakii[J]. AMB Express, 2016, 6(1): 74.
 Jing C, Du X, Li P, et al. Transcriptome analysis of Cronobacter sakazakii ATCC BAA-894 after interaction with human intestinal epithelial cell line HCT-8[J]. Applied microbiology and biotechnology, 2016, 100(1): 311-322.
 Du X, Han R, Li P, et al. Comparative proteomic analysis of Cronobacter sakazakii isolates with different virulences[J]. Journal of proteomics, 2015, 128: 344-351.
 Yang Y, Liu B, Du X, Li P, et al. Complete genome sequence and transcriptomics analyses reveal pigment biosynthesis and regulatory mechanisms in an industrial strain, Monascus purpureus YY-1[J]. Scientific reports, 2015, 5: 8331.
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