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Liu Fenghua
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Mrs. Fenghua Liu,Ph.D, full professor of college of animal science and technology, Beijing University of Agriculture, the person in charge of the Animal Science major, the co-tutor for Ph.D. student of Chinese Agriculture University.She is the Deputy General Secretary of Veterinary Drug Industrial Technology Innovation Strategy League.

Research projects

Research area: livestock environmental stress and regulation with Chinese traditional veterinary medicine, R&D of Chinese traditional veterinary medicine and feed additives.

2008~2010 in charge of National Eleven-Five Technological Supported Plan of China: “R&D of Feed additives of Traditional Chinese Medicine” (No. 2008BADB4B077,780,000 RMB);

2013-2016 in charge of National Natural Science Foundation of China: “EGF/EGFR-MAPKs-MicroRNA pathway mediated repair in heat stress-procine-samll intestinal mucusa (No 31272478,800,000 RMB)

2010-2012 in charge of Ministry of Agriculture, Industry and Technology Project,: Study on Feed additives of Chinese Medicine for animal transportation stress. (2010030601,500,000 RMB

2010-2012 in charge of Academic Innovative Group Programs of Beijing Education Committee, “Academic Innovative Group Programs of Feed additives of Chinese Medicine” (1,500,000 RMB

Main publications

1.      Integrating miRNA and mRNA Expression Profiles in Response to Heat Stress-Induced Injury in Rat Small Intestine. Functional & Integrative Genomics. 2011,11:203-213. Corresponding author. IF 3.82.

2.      Liu F H, Yin J D, Du M, Yan P S, Xu J Q, Zhu X Y, Yu J. Heat Stress induced Damage to Porcine Small Intestinal Epithelium associated with Down-Regulation of Epithelial Growth Factor (EGF) Signaling. Journal of Animal Science. 2009,6(87):1941-1949 , IF 2.466. 

3.      Jin Yu, Peng Yin, Fenghua Liu, Xiaoyu Zhu, Guilin Cheng, An Lu, Weili Luan, Jianqin Xu. Effect of heat stress on porcine small intestine: a study of morphological and gene expression. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 156 (2010) 119–128. IF 2.196.

4.      Yu Jin, Yin Peng, Liu Fenghua.. Involvement of ERK1/2 signaling pathway in heat stress-induced damage and expression change of growth factors in rat jejunum and IEC-6 cells. International Journal of Hyperthermia. 2010; 26(6): 538–555, Corresponding author). IF 2.713

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