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YAN YAXIAN

YAN YAXIAN 

Associate Professor
Department of Animal Science
Research Interests:
Phone:86-21-34206003 (office); Fax 0086-21-34205877
Email:yanyaxian@sjtu.edu.cn
Address:Division of Veterinary Microbiology & Immunology

 

 

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EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

DVM. 1985-1990, College of Veterinary Medicine Science, Nanjing Agricultural University, 
Nanjing, Jiangsu, PR China 
M.S. 1991-1994. Graduate Program of Veterinary Microbiology and Immunology, 
Department of Preventive Vet Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine Science, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, PR China 
Project Title: Studies on S-layer protein, pili, and adhesion of Aeromonas hydrophila , under the supervision of Prof. Chengping Lu 
Ph.D. 2000-2003. Graduate Program of Veterinary Microbiology and Immunology, 
Department of Preventive Vet Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine Science, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, PR China 
Project Title: Biological characteristics of verotoxigenic bacteriophages in E.coli, 
under the supervision of Prof. Chengping Lu 
Visiting scholar: School of Biological Sciences, Microbiology and Genomics Division, University of Liverpool, UK

 

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES AND PROJECTS

1. Principal Investigator (PI), The molecular genetic characteristics of verocytotoxigenic (VT)bacteriophage from E.coli O157 of animal origin. Funding body: National naturalfoundation of China. 01/2006-12/2008, 260,000 yuan.
2. Principal Investigator (PI), Rapid detection of fungi toxin using immunology method.Funding body: National High-tech R&D Program (863 Program), 8/2007-10/2010, 670,000yuan. 
3. Principal Investigator (PI), Rapid detection of E.coli O157 by different methods. Funding body: Agricultural Commission of Shanghai Municipality, 09/2004-12/2006, 600,000 yuan.
4. Principal Investigator (PI), Funding body: White Yulan Science and Technology outstanding person foundation, 2006, 15,000 yuan
5. Principal Investigator (PI), (Shanghai Jiaotong University), Sixth framework programme:The EU, China and South East Asia Dialog for the Development of Research Areas in Animal Health of Mutual Interest. No: 044266, Funding body: Europeancommission,1/2007-7/2008
6. Principal Investigator (PI), Detection standard of E.coli O157 and pathogenic virus fromanimal origin by multiplex PCR. Funding body: Science and Technology Commission ofShanghai Municipality, 06/2005-12/2007, 350,000 yuan.
7. Principal Investigator (PI), Characteristics of the Pathogenicity roles of Verotoxigenic Bacteriophage in E.coli. Funding body: Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 12/2001-12/2003,100,000 yuan.
8. Co-PI : The molecular genetic characteristics of Bacteriophage from the Streptococcus. Suis, National High-tech R&D Program (863 Program), 12/2006-12/2010, 500,000 yuan. 
9. Co-PI : Prevention and control of Streptococcus suis disease and swine farms demonstration, Funding body: Chines Ministry of Agriculture, 01/2007-12/2010,1200,000 yuan.

 

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

1. Su L.K., Lu C.P., Wang Y., Cao D.M., Sun J.H., Yan Y.X*. Lysogenic infection of a shiga toxin 2-converting bacteriophage changes host gene expression, enhances host acid resistance and motility, Molecular Biology, 2010. 44 (1): 54-66

2. Liangke Su, Chengping Lu, Luming Xia, Yan Wang, Jian Wang, Jianhe Sun and YaxianYan*. Characterization of a Shiga toxin 2-encoding bacteriophage Min27 isolated from Escherichia coli O157:H7 Strain of China, African Journal of Microbiology Research, 2009, 3(11) : 799-808

3. David J. Rooks, Yaxian Yan, James E. McDonald, Martin J. Woodward, Alan J.McCarthy, Heather E. Allison, Development and validation of a qPCR-based method for quantifying Shiga toxin encoding and other lambdoid bacteriophages, Environmental Microbiology, 2010 , 12(5):1194-204.

4. Darren L. Smith, Chloe E. James, Martin J. Sergeant, Yan Yaxian, Jon R. Saunders, Alan J. McCarthy, and Heather E. Allison. Short-Tailed Stx Phages Exploit the Conserved YaeT Protein To Disseminate Shiga Toxin Genes among Enterobacteria. Journal of Bacteriology, 2007,189( 20):7223-7233

5. SUN Jian-He, YAN Ya-Xian, JIANG Jing and LU Ping,DNA Immunization against Very Virulent Infectious Bursal Disease Virus with VP2-4-3 Gene and Chicken IL-6 Gene . Journal of Veterinary Medicine B. 2005,52(1):1-7 
6. SUN Jian-He, LU Ping, YAN Ya-Xian, Lu Ping, et al. Sequence and Analysis of Genomic Segment A and B of Very Virulent Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (vvIBDV) Isolated from China, Journal of Veterinary Medicine B, 2003,50(3):148-154

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