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Bing Han Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2 protocols

Ning Yang Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2 protocols

Hao Yang Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
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Lingtong Liu Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
1 protocol

Tai Wang
  • Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
  • 2 Author merit

Education

Ph.D, University of Chinese Academy of WSciences, China, 1997

Current position

Professor, Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Publications (since 2010)

  1. Yu, H. and Wang, T. (2016). Proteomic Dissection of Endosperm Starch Granule Associated Proteins Reveals a Network Coordinating Starch Biosynthesis and Amino Acid Metabolism and Glycolysis in Rice Endosperms. Front Plant Sci 7: 707.
  2. Li, Q., Deng, Z., Gong, C. and Wang, T. (2016). The Rice Eukaryotic Translation Initiation Factor 3 Subunit f (OseIF3f) Is Involved in Microgametogenesis. Front Plant Sci 7: 532.
  3. Liu, L., Zheng, C., Kuang, B., Wei, L., Yan, L. and Wang, T. (2016). Receptor-Like Kinase RUPO Interacts with Potassium Transporters to Regulate Pollen Tube Growth and Integrity in Rice. PLoS Genet 12(7): e1006085.
  4. Yang, H., Yang, N. and Wang, T. (2016). Proteomic analysis reveals the differential histone programs between male germline cells and vegetative cells in Lilium davidii. Plant J 85(5): 660-674.
  5. Lu, Y., Wei, L. and Wang, T. (2015). Methods to isolate a large amount of generative cells, sperm cells and vegetative nuclei from tomato pollen for "omics" analysis. Front Plant Sci 6: 391.
  6. Deng, Z. Y., Liu, L. T., Li, T., Yan, S., Kuang, B. J., Huang, S. J., Yan, C. J. and Wang, T. (2015). OsKinesin-13A is an active microtubule depolymerase involved in glume length regulation via affecting cell elongation. Sci Rep 5: 9457.
  7. Wang, Z., Xue, Z. and Wang, T. (2014). Differential analysis of proteomes and metabolomes reveals additively balanced networking for metabolism in maize heterosis. J Proteome Res 13(9): 3987-4001.
  8. Agrawal, G. K., Job, D., Kieselbach, T., Barkla, B. J., Chen, S. X., Deswal, R., Luthje, S., Amalraj, R. S., Tanou, G., Ndimba, B. K., Cramer, R., Weckwerth, W., Wienkoop, S., Dunn, M. J., Kim, S. T., Fukao, Y., Yonekura, M., Zolla, L., Rohila, J. S., Waditee-Sirisattha, R., Mas, A., Wang, T., Sarkar, A., Agrawal, R., Renaut, J. and Rakwal, R. (2013). INPPO Actions and Recognition as a Driving Force for Progress in Plant Proteomics: Change of Guard, INPPO Update, and Upcoming Activities. Proteomics 13: 3093–3100.
  9. Zhao, X., Yang, N. and Wang, T. (2013). Comparative proteomic analysis of generative and sperm cells reveals molecular characteristics associated with sperm development and function specialization. J Proteome Res 12(11): 5058-5071. 
  10. Agrawal, G. K., Sarkar, A., Righetti, P. G., Pedreschi, R., Carpentier, S., Wang, T., Barkla, B. J., Kohli, A., Ndimba, B. K., Bykova, N. V., Rampitsch, C., Zolla, L., Rafudeen, M. S., Cramer, R., Bindschedler, L. V., Tsakirpaloglou, N., Ndimba, R. J., Farrant, J. M., Renaut, J., Job, D., Kikuchi, S. and Rakwal, R. (2013). A decade of plant proteomics and mass spectrometry: translation of technical advancements to food security and safety issues. Mass Spectrom Rev 32(5): 335-365.
  11. Deng, Z. Y., Gong, C. Y. and Wang, T. (2013). Use of proteomics to understand seed development in rice. Proteomics 13(12-13): 1784-1800.
  12. Zhang, X., Wei, L., Wang, Z. and Wang, T. (2013). Physiological and molecular features of Puccinellia tenuiflora tolerating salt and alkaline-salt stress. J Integr Plant Biol 55(3): 262-276.
  13. Gong, C. Y. and Wang, T. (2013). Proteomic evaluation of genetically modified crops: current status and challenges. Front Plant Sci 4: 41.
  14. Wang, Z., Yan, S., Liu, C., Chen, F. and Wang, T. (2012). Proteomic analysis reveals an aflatoxin-triggered immune response in cotyledons of Arachis hypogaea infected with Aspergillus flavus. J Proteome Res 11(5): 2739-2753.
  15. Gong, C. Y., Li, Q., Yu, H. T., Wang, Z. and Wang, T. (2012). Proteomics insight into the biological safety of transgenic modification of rice as compared with conventional genetic breeding and spontaneous genotypic variation. J Proteome Res 11(5): 3019-3029.
  16. Yu, H. T., Xu, S. B., Zheng, C. H. and Wang, T. (2012). Comparative proteomic study reveals the involvement of diurnal cycle in cell division, enlargement, and starch accumulation in developing endosperm of Oryza sativa. J Proteome Res 11(1): 359-371.
  17. Wei, L. Q., Yan, L. F. and Wang, T. (2011). Deep sequencing on genome-wide scale reveals the unique composition and expression patterns of microRNAs in developing pollen of Oryza sativa. Genome Biol 12(6): R53.
  18. An, X. J., Deng, Z. Y. and Wang, T. (2011). OsSpo11-4, a rice homologue of the archaeal TopVIA protein, mediates double-strand DNA cleavage and interacts with OsTopVIB. PLoS One 6(5): e20327.
  19. Xu, W., Yang, R., Li, M., Xing, Z., Yang, W., Chen, G., Guo, H., Gong, X., Du, Z., Zhang, Z., Hu, X., Wang, D., Qian, Q., Wang, T., Su, Z. and Xue, Y. (2011). Transcriptome phase distribution analysis reveals diurnal regulated biological processes and key pathways in rice flag leaves and seedling leaves. PLoS One 6(3): e17613.
  20. Wang, Z. and Wang, T. (2011). Dynamic proteomic analysis reveals diurnal homeostasis of key pathways in rice leaves. Proteomics 11(2): 225-238.
  21. Gong, C., Li, T., Li, Q., Yan, L. and Wang, T. (2011). Rice OsRAD21-2 is expressed in actively dividing tissues and its ectopic expression in yeast results in aberrant cell division and growth. J Integr Plant Biol 53(1): 14-24.
  22. Han, B., Chen, S., Dai, S., Yang, N. and Wang, T. (2010). Isobaric tags for relative and absolute quantification- based comparative proteomics reveals the features of plasma membrane-associated proteomes of pollen grains and pollen tubes from Lilium davidii. J Integr Plant Biol 52(12): 1043-1058.
  23. Xu, S. B., Yu, H. T., Yan, L. F. and Wang, T. (2010). Integrated proteomic and cytological study of rice endosperms at the storage phase. J Proteome Res 9(10): 4906-4918.
  24. Wei, L. Q., Xu, W. Y., Deng, Z. Y., Su, Z., Xue, Y. and Wang, T. (2010). Genome-scale analysis and comparison of gene expression profiles in developing and germinated pollen in Oryza sativa. BMC Genomics 11: 338.
  25. Zhao, L., Hu, Y., Chong, K. and Wang, T. (2010). ARAG1, an ABA-responsive DREB gene, plays a role in seed germination and drought tolerance of rice. Ann Bot 105(3): 401-409.
  26. Li, T., Gong, C. and Wang, T. (2010). RA68 is required for postmeiotic pollen development in Oryza sativa. Plant Mol Biol 72(3): 265-277.
  27. Li, T., Gong, C. Y. and Wang, T. (2010). The rice light-regulated gene RA68 encodes a novel protein interacting with oxygen-evolving complex PsbO mature protein. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 28: 136-143.
2 Protocols published
Protein Isolation from Plasma Membrane, Digestion and Processing for Strong Cation Exchange Fractionation
Authors:  Ning Yang, Bing Han and Tai Wang, date: 05/20/2017, view: 2721, Q&A: 0
Plasma membrane (PM) proteins play crucial roles in diverse biological processes. But their low abundance, alkalinity and hydrophobicity make their isolation a difficult task. This protocol describes an efficient method for PM proteins isolation, ...
Plasma Membrane Preparation from Lilium davidii and Oryza sativa Mature and Germinated Pollen
Authors:  Ning Yang, Bing Han, Lingtong Liu, Hao Yang and Tai Wang, date: 05/20/2017, view: 2296, Q&A: 0
Pollen germination is an excellent process to study cell polarity establishment. During this process, the tip-growing pollen tube will start elongating. The plasma membrane as the selectively permeable barrier that separates the inner and outer cell ...