• 姓       名:邓懿祯
  • 职       称:教授
  • 学       位:博士
  • 所在机构:华南农业大学 农学院
  • 出生年月: 1980年07月
  • 籍       贯:
  • 研究方向:稻瘟病菌自噬的分子信号及生物学/病理学功能;稻瘟病菌膜泡运输及小分子抗氧化物代谢途径调控;病原-植物宿主互作机制;光生物学和生物钟对真菌生长发育的调控
个人简介 学术成果 发表论文

教育背景

2005.01 - 2011.01,新加坡国立大学,生物科学,博士

1999.09 - 2003.07,中山大学,生命科学,学士

工作经历

2015.01 - 至今,华南农业大学,植物病理系,教授

2011.02- 2015.01,新加坡淡马锡生命科学研究所,博士后研究员

论文专著

1.Deng, YZ, Qu ZW and Naqvi NI. (2014). Twilight, a Novel Circadian-regulated Gene, Integrates Phototropism with Nutrient and Redox Homeostasis during Fungal Development.PlosPathogens (in press). Corresponding author

2.Deng, YZ, Qu ZW and Naqvi NI. (2013). The role of snx41-based pexophagy in Magnaporthe development. PLOS ONE8(11). Corresponding author

3.He, YL, Deng, YZ and Naqvi NI. (2013) Atg24-assisted mitophagy in the foot cells is necessary for proper asexual differentiation inMagnaportheoryzae.Autophagy15;9(11).

4.Deng YZ, Qu ZW, He YL, Naqvi NI. (2012) Sorting Nexin Snx41 is essential for conidiation and mediates glutathione-based antioxidant defense during invasive growth in Magnaportheoryzae. Autophagy 8(7): 1058-1070.

5.Klionsky et al., (co-authors from TLL: Deng YZ, Naqvi NI). (2012) Guidelines for the Use and Interpretation of Assays for Monitoring Autophagy. Autophagy 8(4): 445-544

6.Deng, YZ, Qu ZW and Naqvi NI. (2012) Role of Macroautophagy in Nutrient Homeostasis during Fungal Development and Pathogenesis. Cells1(3): 449-463.

7.Deng, YZ and Naqvi NI. 2010. A vacuolar glucoamylase, Sga1, participates in glycogen autophagy for proper asexual differentiation in Magnaportheoryzae. Autophagy6: 455-461.

8.Deng, YZ, M Ramos-Pamplona and Naqvi NI. 2009. Autophagy-assisted glycogen catabolism regulates asexual differentiation in Magnaportheoryzae. Autophagy5: 33-43. Cover feature.

9.Deng, YZ, M Ramos-Pamplona and Naqvi NI. 2008. Methods for the functional analysis of macroautophagy in filamentous fungi. Methods in Enzymology451: 295-310.

10.Sun, CB, A Suresh, YZ Deng and Naqvi NI. 2006. A Multidrug Resistance Transporter in Magnaporthe is Required for Host Penetration and for Survival during Oxidative Stress. The Plant Cell 18: 3686-3705.