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College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Biological Sciences

Graduate Student Directory

Mingxiao Feng

Degree Program: Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
Room: PSC 623
Major Professor: Minsub Shim
Mingxiao Feng

Contact Information:
Address: PSC 623, Center for Colon Cancer Research & Department of Biological Sciences, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina 29208 U.S.A.
Phone: 803-629-8285

2015-Present Ph.D. Program Student/Research Assistant/Teaching Assistant. University of South Carolina, U.S.A.
2013-2015 M.S. Gyeongsang National University, South Korea;
2009-2013 B.S. Linyi University, China

Qu S, Chapman N, Xia Z, Feng M, Feng S, Wang Z, Liu L. (2017). Ultramicroscopy reveals a layer of multiply folded membranes around the tannin-accumulating vacuole in honeysuckle petal trichomes. Micron. 99:1-8.

Kim J*, Vaish V*, Feng M, Field K, Chatzistamou I, Shim M (2016) Transgenic expression of cyclooxygenase-2 (COX2) causes premature aging phenotypes in mice. Aging (Albany NY) 8(10):2392-2405. (*Co-first author)

Feng M, Kim JY (2015) Revisiting apoplastic auxin signaling mediated by AUXIN BINDING PROTEIN 1. Molecules and Cells, 38(10):829-835.

Lee JH, Lee JH, Jung SH, Hyun TK, Feng M, Kim JY, Lee JH, Lee H, Kim JS, Kang C, Kwon KY, Jung JH (2015) Highly selective fluorescence imaging of zinc distribution in HeLa cells and Arabidopsis using a naphthalene-based fluorescent probe. Chemical Communications. 51(35):7463-7465.

Uddin MN, Dunoyer P, Schott G, Akhter S, Shi C, Lucas WJ, Voinnet O, Kim JY (2014) Protein Kinase TOUSLED Facilitates RNAi in Arabidopsis. Nucleic Acids Research. 42(12):7971-7980 (Name in Acknowledgements for providing four images in Figure 5H with confocal microscopy).

Feng M, Lian Y, Zhang H (2014) Study on Molecular Mechanism of Wood Vinegar’s Plant Growth Regulator-like Character. Natural Product Research and Development. 26:920-925.

Zhang H*, Feng M*, Lian Y (2014) Wood Vinegar Regulates Growth of Arabidopsis thaliana through Cytokinin 6-BA-like Pathways. Natural Product Research and Development. 26:1261-1266. (*Co-first author)