Yule Liu Tsinghua University, China
4 protocols
Adam Idoine Carnegie Institution
16 protocols

Ali Parsaeimehr Delaware state university
4 protocols

David Paul MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
45 protocols

Feng Li Huazhong Agricultural University
17 protocols

Jinping Zhao
  • Research associate, Texas A&M University
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • Plant Immunity, Plant Pathology, Plant Developmental Biology
  • 1 Author merit


PhD, Tsinghua University, 2012


1. Zhao, J; Zhang, X; Hong, Y; Liu, Y. (2016). Chloroplast in Plant-Virus Interaction. Frontier in Microbiology 7, 1565.
2. Zhao, J; Liu, Q; Hu, P; Jia, Q; Liu, N; Yin, K; Cheng, Y; Yan, F; Chen, J; Liu, Y. (2016). An efficient Potato virus X -based microRNA silencing in Nicotiana benthamiana. Scientific Reports 6, 20573.
3. Zhao, J., and Liu, Y. (2016). Virus-based MicroRNA Silencing. Bio-protocol 6, e1714.
4. Du, Y., Zhao, J. (Co-first author), Chen, T., Liu, Q., Zhang, H., Wang, Y., Hong, Y., Xiao, F., Zhang, L., Shen, Q., and Liu, Y. (2013). Type I J-domain NbMIP1 proteins are required for both tobacco mosaic virus infection and plant innate immunity. PLoS Pathogens 9, e1003659.
5. Zhao, J., Liu, Q., Zhang, H., Jia, Q., Hong, Y., and Liu, Y. (2013). The rubisco small subunit is involved in tobamovirus movement and Tm-2(2)-mediated extreme resistance. Plant Physiology 161, 374-383.
6. Sha, A., Zhao, J. (Co-first author), Yin, K., Tang, Y., Wang, Y., Wei, X., Hong, Y., and Liu, Y. (2014). Virus-based microRNA silencing in plants. Plant Physiology 164, 36-47.
7. Zhang, H., Zhao, J. (Co-first author), Liu, S., Zhang, D., and Liu, Y. (2013). Tm-22 confers different resistance responses against tobacco mosaic virus dependent on its expression level. Molecular Plant 6, 971-974.
8. Chen, T., Liu, D., Niu, X., Wang, J., Qian, L., Han, L., Liu, N., Zhao J., Hong Y., and Liu Y. (2017). Antiviral resistance protein Tm-22 functions on the plasma membrane. Plant Physiology. 173, 2399-2410
9. Li, J., Zheng, H., Zhang, C., Han, K., Wang, S., Peng, J., Lu, Y., Zhao, J., Xu, P., Wu, X., Li, G., Chen, J., Yan, F. (2016). Different Virus-Derived siRNAs Profiles between Leaves and Fruits in Cucumber Green Mottle Mosaic Virus-Infected Lagenaria siceraria Plants. Frontier in Microbiology 7, 1797
10. Jia, Q., Liu, N., Xie, K., Dai, Y., Han, S., Zhao, X., Qian, L., Wang, Y., Zhao, J., Gorovits, R., Xie, D., Hong, Y., and Liu, Y. (2016). CLCuMuB βC1 Subverts Ubiquitination by Interacting with NbSKP1s to Enhance Geminivirus Infection in Nicotiana benthamiana. PLoS Pathogens 12, e1005668.
11. Liu, N., Xie, K., Jia, Q., Zhao, J., Chen, T., Li, H., Wei, X., Diao, X., Hong, Y., and Liu, Y. (2016). Foxtail Mosaic Virus-Induced Gene Silencing in Monocot Plants. Plant Physiol 171, 1801-1807.
12. Han, S; Wang, Y; Zheng, X; Jia, Q; Zhao, J; Bai, F; Hong, Y; Liu, Y. (2015). Cytoplastic Glyceraldehyde-3-Phosphate Dehydrogenases Interact with ATG3 to Negatively Regulate Autophagy and Immunity in Nicotiana benthamiana. Plant Cell 27, 1316-1331.
13. Yin, K., Tang, Y., and Zhao, J. (2015). Genome-wide characterization of miRNAs involved in N Gene-mediated Immunity in response to tobacco mosaic virus in Nicotiana benthamiana. Evolutionary Bioinformatics 11(Suppl 1), 1-11.
14. Shi, B; Lin, L; Wang, S; Guo, Q; Zhou, H; Rong, L; Li, J; Peng, J; Lu, Y; Zheng, H; Yang, Y; Chen, Z; Zhao, J; Jiang, T; Song, B; Chen, J; Yan, F. (2015). Identification and regulation of host genes related to Rice stripe virus symptom production. New Phytologist 209, 1106-1119 .
15. Wang, Y., Yu, B., Zhao, J., Guo, J., Li, Y., Han, S., Huang, L., Du, Y., Hong, Y., Tang, D., and Liu, Y. (2013). Autophagy contributes to leaf starch degradation. Plant Cell 25, 1383-1399.
16. Tang, Y., Wang, F., Zhao, J., Xie, K., Hong, Y., and Liu, Y. (2010). Virus-based microRNA expression for gene functional analysis in plants. Plant Physiology 153, 632-641.
17. Xue, F., Zhao, X., Yang, Y., Zhao, J., Yang, Y., Cao, Y., Hong, C., Liu, Y., Sun, L., and Huang, M. (2013). Responses of murine and human macrophages to leptospiral infection: a study using comparative array analysis. PLoS Neglected Tropical Disease 7, e2477.
18. Li, X., Xu, P., Zhao, J., Meng, J., and He, Q. (2006). Ferredoxin-quinone reductase benefits cyclic electron flow around photosystem 1 in tobacco leaves upon exposure to chilling stress under low irradiance. Photosynthetica 44, 349-354.
19. Li, X., Zhao, J., Xu, P., Meng, J., and He, Q. (2006b). Effects of Cyclic Electron Flow Inhibitor (Antimycin A) on Photosystem Photoinhibition of Sweet Pepper Leaves upon Exposure to Chilling Stress Under Low Irradiance. Agricultural Science of China 5, 506-511.
20. Li, X., Li, J., Zhao, J., Xu, P., and He, Q. (2007). Xanthophyll cycle and inactivation of photosystem II reaction centers alleviating reducing pressure to photosystem I in morning glory leaves under short-term high irradiance. J Integral Plant Biology 49, 1047-1053.
21. NbMIP1s, a group of J-domain proteins, are required for both Tobacco mosaic virus infection and plant innate immunity. The 10th International Congress of Plant Pathology.
1 Protocol published
Virus-based MicroRNA Silencing
Authors:  Jinping Zhao and Yule Liu, date: 01/20/2016, view: 9439, Q&A: 0
Virus-based microRNA silencing (VbMS) is a viable and prompt method to screen and characterize the function of microRNAs (miRNAs) in plants. The Tobacco rattle virus (TRV)-based VbMS method was originally developed by the Yule Liu's group ...
5 Protocols reviewed
Cell Wall Compositional Analysis of Rice Culms
Authors:  Lanjun Zhang, Baocai Zhang and Yihua Zhou, date: 10/20/2019, view: 3098, Q&A: 0
The plant cell wall is a complicated network that is mainly constituted of polysaccharides, such as cellulose, hemicellulose and pectin. Many noncellulosic polysaccharides are further acetylated, which confers these polymers flexible physicochemical ...
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Purification and Proteomic Analysis of Alphavirus Particles from Sindbis Virus Grown in Mammalian and Insect Cells
Authors:  Raquel Hernandez, Trevor Glaros, Gabrielle Rizzo and Davis F. Ferreira, date: 05/20/2019, view: 4889, Q&A: 0
Current mass spectrometry (MS) methods and new instrumentation now allow for more accurate identification of proteins in low abundance than previous protein fractionation and identification methods. It was of interest if this method could serve to ...
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