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Biology & Microbiology
Biology & Microbiology-Box 2140D
Brookings, SD 57007-0001

Feng Li

Professor

Specialty Area:
Professor - Molecular Virology, Antiviral Therapeutics Discovery & Dev.
Areas of Study/Academic Interests:
Influenza and HIV
Education:
1997 Ph.D., The University of Melbourne, Australia
Teaching Responsibilities:
Vet 792: Cellular and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
Research/Scholarship Responsibilities:
HIV-1 maturation and inhibition; Influenza polymerase assembly;
Professional Memberships:
American Society of Microbiology
Publications:
Dan Wang, Aaron Harmon, Jing Jin, David H. Francis, Jane Christopher-Hennings, Eric Nelson, Ronald C. Montelaro, and Feng Li. 2010. The Lack of an Inherent Membrane Targeting Signal is Responsible for the Failure of the Matrix (M1) Protein of Influenza A Virus to Bud into Virus-Like-Particles. J. Virol 84:4673-4681. PMID: 20181696 Hemerka JN, Wang D, Weng Y, Lu W, Kaushik RS, Jin J, Harmon AF, and Feng Li. 2009. DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF INFLUENZA A VIRUS PA-PB2 INTERACTION THROUGH A BIMOLECULAR FLOURESENCE COMPLEMENTATION ASSAY. J. Virol. 83: 3944-3955. PMCID: PMC2663252. Xiaofei Gao, Fengyi Wan, Kristina Mateo, Eduardo Callegari, Dan Wang, Wanyin Deng, Jose Puente, Feng Li, Michael Chaussee, David Knudsen, Brett Finlay, Michael Lenardo, and Philip Hardwidge. 2009. Bacterial effector binding to ribosomal protein S3 subverts NF-?B function. PloS Pathogen. Dec; 5(12):e1000708. PMCID: PMC2791202