Serafim  Papadimitriou

Jianke Li

Professor

biography

Dr. Jianke Li completed his MS from China Agricultural University, China. He then received his Ph.D from Zhejiang University, China. He worked as a Teacher at Zhengzhou College of Animal Husbandry. He also worked as a Professor Zhengzhou University, Henan, China. He has many scientific publications. Currently he is a Professor at Institute of Apicultural Research, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science, China.

 

Area of Interest

Research Interests mainly focus on deciphering molecular mechanism underpinning important honeybee biology and function of royal jelly for honeybee and human health promotion. Specifically, applying proteomics, genomics and gene editing tools to delineate the mechanism of development of embryo, hypopharyngeal glands, mandibular glands and so on.


top publication

1. Feng M, Fang Y, Han B, Xu X, Fan P, Hao Y, Qi Y, Hu H, Huo X, Meng L, Wu B, Li J. In-Depth N-Glycosylation Reveals Species-Specific Modifications and Functions of the Royal Jelly Protein from Western (Apismellifera) and Eastern Honeybees (Apiscerana). J Proteome Res. 2015, 14(12):5327-40.
2. Qi Y, Fan P, Hao Y, Han B, Fang Y, Feng M, Cui Z, Li J.Phosphoproteomic Analysis of Protein Phosphorylation Networks in the Hypopharyngeal Gland of Honeybee Workers (Apismelliferaligustica). J Proteome Res. 2015,14(11):4647-61.
3. Han B, Fang Y, Feng M, Hu H, Qi Y, Huo X, Meng L, Wu B, Li J. Quantitative Neuropeptidome Analysis Reveals Neuropeptides Are Correlated with Social Behavior Regulation of the Honeybee Workers. J Proteome Res. 2015,14(10):4382-93.
4. Fang Y, Feng M, Han B, Qi Y, Hu H, Fan P, Huo X, Meng L, Li J. Proteome Analysis Unravels Mechanism Underling the Embryogenesis of the Honeybee Drone and Its Divergence with the Worker (Apismelliferalingustica). J Proteome Res. 2015, 14(9):4059-71.
5. Han B, Fang Y, Feng M, Lu X, Huo X, Meng L, Wu B, Li J.In-depth Phosphoproteomic Analysis of Royal Jelly Derived from Western and Eastern Honeybee Species.J Proteome Res. 2014, 13 (12), 5928–5943
6. Fang Y, Feng M, Han B, Lu X, Ramadan H, Li J.In-depth Proteomics Characterization of Embryogenesis of the Honey Bee Worker (Apis mellifera L.).Mol Cell Proteomics. 2014, 13 (9): 2306-2320.
7. Feng M, Ramadan H, Han B, Fang Y, Li J. Hemolymph proteome changes during worker brood development match the biological divergences between western honey bees (Apismellifera) and eastern honey bees (Apiscerana). BMC Genomics, 2014, 2014, 15:563
8. Zhang L, Han B, Li R, Lu X, Fang Y, Feng M, Li J. Comprehensive identification of novel proteins and N-glycosylation sites in royal jelly. BMC Genomics, 2014,15:135.
9. Zheng A, Luo J, Meng K, Li J, Zhang S, Li K, Liu G, Cai H, Bryden W, Yao B. Proteome changes underpin improved meat quality and yield of chickens (Gallus gallus) fed the probiotic Enterococcus faecium. BMC Genomics,2014, 15:1167.
10. Li R, Zhang L, Fang Y, Han B, Lu X, Zhou T, Feng M, Li J.Proteome and phosphoproteome analysis of honeybee (Apismellifera) venom collected from electrical stimulation and manual extraction of the venom gland. BMC genomics, 2013, 14(1),766.
11. Gala A, Fang Y, Woltedji D, Zhang L, Han B, Feng M, Li J. Changes of Proteome and Phosphoproteome Trigger Embryo-larva Transition of Honeybee Worker (Apismelliferaligustica). J Proteomics. 2013, 78, 428-46.
12. Han B, Zhang L, Feng M, Fang Y, Li J. An Integrated Proteomics Reveals Pathological Mechanism of Honeybee (Apiscerena) Sacbrood Disease. J Proteome Res. 2013, 12, 1881-97.
13. Woltedji D, Fang Y, Han B, Feng M, Li R, Gala A, Li J. Proteome Analysis of Hemolymph Changes during the Larval to Pupal Development Stages of Honeybee Workers (Apismelliferaligustica). J Proteome Res. 2013, 12(11), 5189-98.
14. Feng M, Fang Y, Han B, Zhang L, Lu X, Li J. Novel aspects of understanding molecular working mechanisms of salivary glands of worker honeybees (Apismellifera) investigated by proteomics and phosphoproteomics. J Proteomics. 2013; 87, 1-15.
15. Li H, Zhang L , Ni C, Shang H, Zhuang S,Li J. Molecular recognition of floral volatile with two olfactory related proteins in the Eastern honeybee (Apis cerana). Int J BiolMacromol, 2013, 56: 114-21.
16. Begna D, Han B, Feng M, Fang Y, Li J.Differential Expressions of Nuclear Proteomes between Honeybee (ApismelliferaL.) Queen and Worker Larvae: A Deep Insight into Caste Pathway Decisions. J. Proteome Res. 2012, 11 (2), 1317-29.
17. Woltedji D, Song F, Zhang L, Gala A, Han B, Feng M, Fang Y, Li J. Western Honeybee Drones and Workers (Apismelliferaligustica) Have Different Olfactory Mechanisms than Eastern Honeybees (Apisceranacerana). J Proteome Res. 2012, 11, 4526-40.
18. Zhang L, Fang Y, Li R, Feng M, Han B, Zhou T,Li J. Towards posttranslational modification proteome of royal jelly. J Proteomics. 2012 ,75, 5327-41.
19. Fang Y,Song F, Zhang L, Woltedji D, Han B, Feng M, Li J. Differential antennal proteome comparison of adult honeybee drone, worker and queen (Apismellifera L.). J. Proteomics, 2012,75, 756-73.
20. Begna D, Fang Y, Feng M, Li J.Mitochondrial Proteins Differential Expression during Honeybee (ApismelliferaL.) Queen and Worker Larvae Caste Determination. J. Proteome Res.2011, 10(9):4263-80.
21. Feng M, Song F, Aleku D, Han B, Fang Y, Li J. Antennal Proteome Comparison of Sexually Mature Drone and Forager Honeybees. J. Proteome Res.2011, 10(7):3246-60.
22. Zheng A, Li J, Begna D, Fang Y, Feng M, Song F. Proteomic Analysis of Honeybee (Apismellifera L.) Pupae Head Development. PLoS ONE, 2011, 6(5): e20428.