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Name: LIU Jun
Title: Ph.D, Professor
Dept.: State Key Laboratory of Plant Genomics
Tel: +86-10-64806131
Fax:
E-mail: Junliu@im.ac.cn
Add.: NO.1 Beichen West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, P.R.China
Background:

1999-2004  Ph.D, Nanjing Agricultural University,China

2004-2007  Postdoctoral researcher, Institute of genetics and developmental biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences,China

2007-2012  Postdoctoral researcher /Assistant Project scientist, University of California, Davis, USA

2012-present  Principal Investigator through “Hundred Talents Program” of China

Membership in professional society

2009-present   International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions member

Liu lab web page (under construction)

Area of Specialization

Molecular biology, genetics and proteomics of plant-microbe interactions


Research interests:

Research in the Liu laboratory primarily focuses on the molecular mechanisms of plant innate immunity upon pathogen invasion. We are interested in elucidating each component function of the host immune signaling complexes and attempt to understand how plants utilize the immune complexes to fight against pathogen colonization.  The Arabidopsis-Pseudomonas syringae model system is currently employed in the laboratory to investigate the plant and microbe interaction at molecular level. Recently, we also initiated a project to characterize the functions of secreting proteins from rice blast fungus (Magnaporthe oryzae).

Awards & Honors:

Selected Publications and Books:

[1] James Elmore, Jun Liu, Barrett Smith, Brett Phinney and Gitta Coaker.  Quantitative proteomics reveals dynamic changes in the plasma membrane proteome during Arabidopsis immune signaling. Molecular & Cellular Proteomics. 2012, M111.014555.

[2] Jun Liu, James Elmore, Daniel Lin and Gitta Coaker. A receptor like cytoplasmic protein kinase phosphorylates RIN4, triggerring plant innate immunity.  Cell &Host Microbe, 2011, 9, 137–146.

[3] Jun Liu*, James Elmore* and Gitta Coaker. Investigating the  functions of the RIN4  protein complex during plant innate immune responses. Plant Signaling & Behavior, 2009,4:12, 1-4. (*: equal contribution).

[4] Liu J., J.M. Elmore, and G. Coaker. Proteomic Analysis of Plant Innate Immunity: Identification of the RIN4 complex and investigating dynamic changes in the plasma membrane proteome. Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions. 2010,7:45.

[5] Tao Chen*, Jun Liu*, Gang Lei, Yun-Feng Liu, Zhi-Gang Li, Jian-Jun Tao, Yu-Jun Hao, Yang-Rong Cao, Qing Lin, Wan-Ke Zhang, Biao Ma, Shou-Yi Chen and  Jin-Song Zhang.  Effects of Tobacco Ethylene Receptor Mutations on Receptor  Kinase Activity, Plant Growth and Stress Responses. Plant and Cell Physiology.  2009 50(9):1636-1650 (*: equal contribution).

[6] Jun Liu, James Elmore, Anja Fuglsang, Michael Palmgren. Brian Staskawicz and Gitta Coaker. RIN4 Functions with Plasma Membrane H+-ATPases to Regulate Stomatal Apertures during Pathogen Attack. PLoS Biology. 2009, 7(6): e1000139.

[7] Jun Liu, Da Ha, Zongming Xie, Chunmei Wang, Huiwen Wang, Wanke Zhang, Jinsong Zhang, Shouyi Chen. Ectopic expression of soybean GmKNT1 in Arabidopsis results in altered leaf morphology and flower identity. Journal of Genetics and Genomics. 2008 35 (7): 441-449.

[8] Jun Liu and Gitta Coaker.  Nuclear Trafficking During Plant Innate Immunity. Molecular Plant, 2008, 1-12.

[9] Wan-Hong Cao*, Jun Liu*, Xin-Jian He, Rui-Ling Mu, Hua-Lin Zhou, Shou-Yi Chen and Jin-   Song Zhang. Modulation of Ethylene Responses Affects Plant Salt-Stress Responses. Plant Physiology. (2007) 143:707-719 (*: equal contribution).

[10] Liu J, Yu BJ, Liu YL. Effects of spermidine and spermine levels on salt tolerance associated with tonoplast H+-ATPase and H+-PPase activities in barley roots. Plant Growth Regulation. 2006 49:119-126.

[11] Cao WH, Liu J, Zhou QY, Cao YR, Zheng SF, Du BX, Zhang JS, Chen SY. Expression of tobacco ethylene receptor NtHK1 alters plant responses to salt stress. Plant Cell& Environment, 2006, 29:1210-1219.

[12] Liu J, Jiang MY, Zhou YF and Liu YL. Production of polyamines is enhanced by endogenous abscisic acid in maize seedlings subjected to salt stress. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, 2005, 47(11):1326-1334.

 

 

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