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Xiao-Li Tan

 Curriculum Vitae

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  Xiao-Li Tan,  

  PhD, Professor
  Institute of Life Sciences, Jiangsu University
  Fax: 86-511-88791923
  Email: xltan@ujs.edu.cn; xltan68@hotmail.com .
  Address: 301 Xuefu Road, Zhenjiang, Jiangsu 212013, P R China






Experience

2004-present, Institute of Life Sciences, Jiangsu University. The main researches focused on functional genomics of oil rape.

2009-2010, Visiting scholar at Professor Ian A Graham’s lab in CNAP, Department of Biology, University of York, UK.

1998-2004, Northwest A&F University, Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology Chinese Academy of Sciences, Master and PhD, The research was fatty acid metabolism and mapping.

1990—1998, Hybrid Rapeseed Research Center of Shaanxi Province, Research Assistant. Analysis the glucosinolate content in the meal of rapeseed with HPLC, the fat acid composition of rapeseed oil with GC and oil content of rapeseed with NMR, the quality breeding of rapeseed.

1986-1990, Northwest A&F University, Bachelor of Agronomy

Research Interests

1, Functional dissection of agronomic related gene in Brassica and molecular designed breeding

2, Regulation of fatty acids and oil biosynthesis in Brassica napus.

3, Research approach for functional genomics of allopolyploid.

 

Publications

2019 

Zheng Wang, Feng-Yun Zhao, Min-Qiang Tang, Ting Chen, Ling-Li, Bao, Jun Cao, Yu-Long Li, Yan-Hua Yang, Ke-Ming Zhu, Shengyi Liu, Xiao-Li Tan* 2019BnaMPK6 is a determinant of quantitative disease resistance against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in oilseed rape. Plant Science. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plantsci.2019.110362.  *Corresponding author.


Sundus Zafar, Min-Qiang Tang, Yu-Kang Wang, Rehman Sarwar, Sheng-Yi Liu, Xiao-Li Tan, 2019Candidate genes-association study to identify loci related to oleic acid in Brassica napus using SNP markers and their heterologous expression in yeast, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plaphy.2019.11.026*Corresponding author.

 

Sundus Zafar, Yu Yan-Kun, Ke-Ming Zhu, Wei-Jie Wang and Xiao-Li Tan* 2019Overexpression of Nicotiana tabacum HSP17.6 Enhances Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Brassica napus International Journal of Agriculture & BiologyDOI: 10.17957/IJAB/15.1273. *Corresponding author. 


Xiaona Tan, Kaixia Li, Zheng Wang, Keming Zhu, Xiaoli Tan *, Jun Cao* (2019).  A Review of Plant Vacuoles: Formation, Locating Proteins, and Functions. Plants, 8, 327; doi:10.3390/plants8090327. *Corresponding authors.


Ding, Li-Na#; Li, Ming#; Guo, Xiao-Juan#; Tang, Min-Qiang#; Cao, Jun; Wang, Zheng; Liu, Rui; Zhu, Keming; Guo, Liang; Liu, Shengyi*; Tan, Xiao-Li*. (2019). Arabidopsis GDSL1 overexpression enhances rapeseed Sclerotinia sclerotiorum resistance and the functional identification of its homolog in Brassica napus. Plant Biotechnology JournalDOI:10.1111/pbi.13289. *Corresponding authors. *Corresponding authors.


Wang Z, Ma L-Y, Cao J, Li Y-L, Ding L-N, Zhu K-M, Yang Y-H and Tan X-L* (2019) Recent Advances in Mechanisms of Plant Defense to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. Front. Plant Sci. 10:1314. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2019.01314. *Corresponding author.



LiNa Ding, Ming Li, WeiJie Wang, Jun Cao, Zheng Wang, KeMing Zhu, YanHua Yang, YuLong Li, Xiao-Li Tan*. (2019), Advances in plant GDSL lipases: from sequences to functional Mechanisms. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum. 41:151

https://doi.org/10.1007/s11738-019-2944-4. *Corresponding author.


Rui LiuLi-Na DingMing LiWei CaoYu-Kang WangWei-Jie WangYan-Kun YuZheng WangKe-Ming ZhuXiao-Li Tan*. (2019). Characterization of a Rapeseed Anthocyanin-More Mutant with Enhanced Resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. J Plant Growth Regul.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s00344-019-10011-4. *Corresponding author.


Sundus Zafara, Yu-Long Li, Nan-Nan Li, Ke-Ming Zhu, and Xiao-Li Tan*2019),

Recent advances in enhancement of oil content in oilseed cropsJournal of Biotechnology 301 (2019) 3544. *Corresponding author.


Wang Z, Bao L-L, Zhao F-Y, Tang M-Q, Chen T, Li Y, Wang B-X, Fu B, Fang H, Li G-Y, Cao J, Ding L-N, Zhu K-M, Liu S-Y and Tan X-L* (2019). BnaMPK3 Is a Key Regulator of Defense Responses to the Devastating Plant Pathogen Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in Oilseed Rape. Front. Plant Sci. 10:91. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2019.00091, *Corresponding author.


LiNa Ding#, XiaoJuan Guo#, Ming Li, ZhengLi, Fu Su‑Zhen Yan, KeMing Zhu, Zheng Wang and XiaoLi Tan*. (2019). Improving seed germination and oil contents by regulating the GDSLtranscriptional level in Brassica napus. Plant Cell Reports 38:243–253. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00299-018-2365-7, *Corresponding author.


Ke-Ming Zhu, Shuo Xu, Kai-Xia Li, Sheng Chen, Sundus Zafar, Wei Cao, Zheng Wang, Li-Na Ding, Yan-Hua Yang , Yao-Ming Li & Xiao-Li Tan*. (2019) . Transcriptome analysis of the irregular shape of shoot apical meristem in dt (duo tou) mutant of Brassica napus L. Mol Breeding 39:39, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11032-019-0943-1. *Corresponding author.


Yu-Kang Wang#, Yu-Long Li#, Zheng-Li Fu, Qi Huang, Xu-Guo Yue, Yong Wang, Ke-Ming Zhu, Zheng Wang, Yong-Shen Ge, Zhong-Hua Wang and Xiao-Li Tan. (2019), Transcriptome Analysis of Brassica napus Wax-deficient Mutant Revealed the Dynamic Regulation of Leaf Wax Biosynthesis is Associated with Basic pentacysteine 6. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology,21: 1228‒1234. DOI: 10.17957/IJAB/15.1015. *Corresponding author.


2018

Zhu Keming, Li Kaixia, Li Juan, Xu Shuo, Sundus Zafar and Tan Xiaoli* (2018), The Cyanobacterium hemoglobin (CHb) promotes the growth of Bacteria, Yeast and Brassica napus, and enhances submergence resistance of Brassica napus. Pak. J. Bot., 50(6): 2429-2434, 2018. *Corresponding author.


2017

Zhi-Yan Zhang#, Guan-Ying Li#, Jie-Li Wang, Xiao-Juan Guo, Zheng Wang, Xiao-Li Tan*. (2017). Establishment of Rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) cotyledon transient transformation system for gene function analysis. Pak. J. Bot., 49(6): 2227-2233. *Corresponding authors


Wang, J.-L#., Tang, M.-Q.#, Chen, S., Zheng X.-F., Mo, H.-X., Li, S.-J., Wang, Z., Zhu, K.-M., Ding, L.-N., Liu, S.-Y., Li, Y.-H*., Tan, X.-L*. (2017),Down-regulation of BnDA1, whose gene locus is associated with the seeds weight, improves the seeds weight and organ size in Brassica napus. Plant Biotechnology Journal15:1024–1033.doi:10.1111/pbi.12696. *Corresponding authors


2016

H. Zhang J. ZhouX. ZhengZ. Zhang, Z. Wang, and X. Tan*Characterization of a Desiccation Stress Induced Lipase Gene from Brassica napus L.J. Agr. Sci. Tech. 201618: 1129-1141. *Corresponding author.


2015

Chen J, Tan R-K, Guo X-J, Fu Z-L, Wang Z, Zhang Z-Y,TanX-L*. Transcriptome Analysis Comparison of Lipid Biosynthesis in the Leaves andDeveloping Seeds of Brassica napus.2015, PLoSONE10(5): e0126250. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0126250. *Corresponding authors


X. L. Tan*, Q. Huang, R. K. Tan , L. Wu , Zh. Y. Zhang , Zh. Wang , Ch. M. Lu and X. F. Li *(2015) Cloning and Functional Characterization of a Fatty Acyl-AcylCarrier Protein Thioesterase Gene (BnFatB) inBrassicanapus L.J. Agr. Sci. Tech. 17:1-11.*Corresponding authors


2014

Yu L#, Tan X#, Jiang B, Sun X, Gu S, Han T, Hou W*. (2014). A Peroxisomal Long-Chain Acyl-CoA Synthetase from Glycine max Involved in Lipid Degradation. PLoS NE 9(7): e100144. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0100144. # Contributed equally.


Zheng Wang*, Yu Chen, Hedi Fang, HaifengSh, Keping Chen, Zhiyan Zhang, Xiaoli Tan*. Selection of Reference Genes for Quantitative Reverse-Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction Normalization in Brassica napus under Various Stress Conditions. Mol Genet Genomics, 2014, DOI: 10.1007/s00438-014-0853-1. *Corresponding authors


Wang, Z*; Fang, H; Chen, Y; Chen, K; Li, G; Gu, S; Tan, X*. Overexpression of BnWRKY33 in Oilseed Rape Enhances Resistance to Sclerotiniasclerotiorum. Molecular Plant Pathology.2014, 15(7): 677-689. *Corresponding authors.


Tan X*, Yan S*, Tan R, Zhang Z, Wang Z, Chen J. Characterization and Expression of a GDSL-Like Lipase Gene from Brassica napus in Nicotianabenthamiana. Protein Journal 2014, 33:18–23. *Corresponding authors.


Tan XL*, Zheng XF, Zhang ZY, Wang Z, Xia HC, Lu CM,and Gu SL*, Long Chain Acyl-Coenzyme A Synthetase 4 (BnLACS4) Gene from Brassica napus Enhances the Yeast Lipid Contents. Journal of Integrative Agriculture 2014, 13(1): 54-62. *Corresponding authors.


2013

Tan,XL ; Ma, ZY; Li, H ; Jia, HH; Wei, P; Zhang, ZY; Wang, Z; Zhao, DH Characterization of the Growth, Quality and Antibiotics Inhibition in Scenedesmusobliquus. JOURNAL OF PURE AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY. 2013, 7( 2): 845-852.


Current Research Projects

1, Functional characterization of three Long Chain Acyl CoA Synthetase
(LACS) which involved in lipid biosynthesis in Brassica napus(31271760),NSFC,2013,1 - 2016,12.

2, Dissection the molecular mechanism of the branching in Brassica napus with the non-branching mutant, (31471527),NSFC,2015,1- 2018,12. 

3,The formation and evolution rule  of elite rapeseed germplasm. (2016YFD0100305),National Key R&D Program. 2016,7-2020,12.

4, The new technology for gene stacking technology.(2016YFD0101904),National Key R&D Program. 2016,7-2020,12.


Patents

1, Use of a class of acyl-coenzyme A synthetase genes from plant which increase the oil content in transgenic yeasts. (ZL 200910232919.2)

2, The application of a growth-promoting gene in microorganism and plant. (ZL200910232918.8)

3, An Efficient Method for Extraction of Lipases from Brassica napus.(ZL 200910235070.4)  


Available PhD research project

Wax biosynthesis and branching development in Brassica napus.

We have screened a mutant with deficient wax biosynthesis and fewer branches of Brassica napus with activation tagging approach. The activated gene or knocked out gens related to the mutant phenotype will cloned by TAIL-PCR approach. And mechanism of wax biosynthesis and branching in Brassica napus will revealed by the methods of bioinformatics, molecular genetics, biochemistry and cell biology. The qualified PhD candidates are welcome to join this project.


Dissection the melecular mechanism of seeds size in Brassica napus.