Hao Zhou, Ph.D.

Home town: Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, the People’s Republic of China 

Education:

B.S. Biochemistry, Sichuan University

M.S. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Sichuan University

Ph.D. Biological Science, Tsinghua University

                        Dissertation: Structure and function of endostatin

                        Mentor: Professor Yongzhang Luo, Ph. D.

Publications:

Zhu, X , Du, L, Zhou, H, Zhang, N. 2002. A chemical crosslinking approach to reveal spatial arrangement of subunits in PS II oxygen-evolving core complexes. Plant Physiol. Commun. 38: 599-602.

Zhou, H, Du, L, Zhu, X. 2002. A native-staining method for detecting the proteases of plant photosystem II. Prog. Biochem. Biophys. 29: 651-654.

Li, B, Wu, X, Zhou, H , Chen, Q, Luo, Y. 2004. Acid-induced unfolding mechanism of recombinant human endostatin. Biochemistry 43: 2550-2557.

Wang, Y, Wu, X, Wang, Y, Li, B, Zhou, H, Yuan, G, Fu, Y, Luo, Y. 2004. Low stability of nucleocapsid protein in SARS virus. Biochemistry 43: 11103-11108. 

Zhou, H, Wang, W, Luo, Y. 2005. Contributions of disulfide bonds in a nested pattern to the structure, stability, and biological functions of endostatin. J. Biol. Chem. 280: 11303-11312.

He, Y, Tang, H, Yi, Z, Zhou, H, Luo, Y. 2005. Fibrillogenesis of apomyoglobin facilitated by aggregation sequence of yeast Sup35 in various regions. FEBS Letters 579: 1503-1508.

Huang, Y, Shi, H, Zhou, H, Song, X, Yuan, S, Luo, Y. 2006. The angiogenesis function of nucleolin is mediated by vascular endothelial growth factor and nonmuscle myosin. Blood 107: 2564-2571.

He, Y, Zhou, H, Tang, H, Luo, Y. 2006. Deficiency of disulfide bonds facilitating fibrillogenesis of endostatin. J. Biol. Chem. 281: 1048-1057.

Wei, Y, Zhou, H, Sun, Y, He, Y, Luo, Y. 2006. Insight into the catalytic Mechanism of arginine deiminase: Functional studies on the crucial sites. PROTEINS: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics, 66(3):740-50.

Jayaraman M, Zhou H, Jia L, Cain MD, Blumer KJ. 2009. R9AP and R7BP: traffic cops for the RGS7 family in phototransduction and neuronal GPCR signaling. Trends Pharmacol Sci. 30(1):17-24