© 2019 by Xin Zhou

The Zhou lab, China Agricultural University

PRINCIPLE INVESTIGATORS

Shiqi Luo, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department of Entomology, College of Plant Protection

China Agricultural University, Beijing, China

Junior PI

Beijing Advanced Innovation Center for Food Nutrition and Human Health

China Agricultural University, Beijing, China

 

Email: shiqi_luo(a)cau.edu.cn

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

 
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China Agricultural University

2019-

Associate Professor

School of Life Sciences, Peking University

2013-2016

Postdoctoral Researcher

ACADEMIC ASSOCIATIONS

Faculty of 1000

2018-

Associate Faculty Member

 

EDUCATION

 

University of Helsinki, Finland

Department of Biosciences

2009.12-2011.02

Visiting Student

Peking University, China

School of Life Sciences

2007-2013

Ph.D.

Nanjing Normal University, China

School of Life Sciences

2003-2007

Bs.

 

FULL PUBLICATION LIST

  1. Luo, S., M. Tang, P. B. Frandsen, R. J. Stewart, and X. Zhou*. 2018. The genome of an underwater architect, the caddisfly Stenopsyche tienmushanensis Hwang (Insecta: Trichoptera). GigaSciencePDF

  2. Luo S#, He F#, Luo J#, Dou S#, Wang Y#, Guo A, Lu J. 2018. Drosophila tsRNAs preferentially suppress general translation machinery via antisense pairing and participate in cellular starvation response. Nucleic Acids Research, 46(10): 5250-5268. PDF

  3. Zhou C, Liu S, Song W, Luo S, Meng G, Yang C, Yang H, Ma J, Wang L, Gao S, Wang J, Yang H, Zhao Y, Wang H, Zhou X. 2018. Characterization of viral RNA splicing using whole-transcriptome datasets from host species. Scientific Reports, 8:3273. PDF

  4. Luo S, Lu J. 2017. Silencing of transposable elements by piRNAs in Drosophila: an evolutionary perspective. Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics, 15:164-167. PDF

  5. Duan Y#, Dou S#, Luo S#, Zhang H, Lu J. 2017. Adaptation of A-to-I RNA editing in Drosophila. PLoS Genetics, 13(3): e1006648. PDF

  6. Lei Y, Wang Y, Ahola V, Luo S, Xu C, Wang R. 2016. RNA sequencing reveals differential thermal regulation mechanisms between sexes of Glanville fritillary butterfly in the Tianshan Mountains, China. Molecular Biology Reports, 43: 1423-1433. PDF

  7. Li J#,Luo S#, Shu C, Xu C, Wang R.2015. Acetylcholinesterase genes in the Glanville fritillary butterfly (Melitaea cinxia, Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 88(3): 340-354. PDF

  8. Luo S, Ahola V, Shu C, Xu C, Wang R. 2015. Heat shock protein 70 gene family in the Glanville fritillary butterfly and their response to thermal stress.Gene, 556: 132-141. PDF

  9. Ahola V#, Lehtonen R#, Somervuo P#, Salmela L, Koskinen P, et al.2014. The Glanville fritillary genome retains an ancient karyotype and reveals selective chromosomal fusions in Lepidoptera. Nature Communications, 5:4737 (Luo S is co-author of this paper). PDF

  10. Luo S,Wong SC, Xu C, Hanski I, Wang R, Lehtonen R. 2014. Phenotypic plasticity in thermal tolerance in the Glanville fritillary butterfly. Journal of Thermal Biology, 42: 33-39. PDF

  11. Luo S, Shu C, Xu C, Wang R. 2013. Molecular cloning and expression in vitroof a carboxylesterase from the Glanville fritillary butterfly. Gene, 524: 275-281. PDF