Hu Fengqing, a professor at College of Light industry, Liaoning University, received B.S. degree in Microbiology in 1994 from Liaoning University, received M.S. degree in Botany in 1997 from Liaoning Normal University. He completed his Ph.D and postdoctoral research in Microbial pharmaceutical in 2005 and 2009, respectively, at Shenyang Pharmaceutical University, China. As a visiting scholar, he ever studied at Eastern Regional Research Center, United States Department of Agriculture in 2008-2009 and Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2012, respectively.
The research interests include:
1. Biosynthesis of bio-based materials (PHA) and their application in drug slow/ control-delivery.
2. Research on rapid detection of pathogenic bacteria, poison, and toxin from food.
3. Research and development of Biopharmaceuticals including anti-tumor drugs, thrombolytic drugs, et al.
4. Researches on particular animal and plant resource in northeast of China and develop of novel functional foods.
The main research achievements are as follows:
1. Hui J, Lin JS, Hu Y, Li H, Hu FQ (2015) Expression and characterization of bifunctional fusion proteins possessing antitumor and thrombolytic function for targeting therapy. Biotechnol App Biochem, 2016, 62(2): 170-177. (corresponding author)
2. Hui J, Yu XJ, Cui XJ, Mu T, Lin JS, Ni P, Li H, You S, Hu FQ (2014) Construction of novel chimeric proteins through the truncation of SEC2 and Sak from Staphylococcus aureus. Biosci Biotechnol Biochem, 78(9): 1514-1521. (corresponding author)
3. Hui J, Dai YJ, Bian YY, Li H, Cui XJ, Yu XJ, You S, Hu FQ (2012) Construction of novel bifunctional chimeric proteins possessing antitumor and thrombolytic activities. J Microbiol Biotechnol, 22(7): 894–901. (corresponding author)
4. Hui J, Cao Y, Xiao F, Zhang J, Li H, Hu FQ (2008) Staphylococcus aureus enterotoxin C2 mutants: biological activity assay in vitro. J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol, 35:975–980. (corresponding author)
5. Hu FQ，Cao Y, Xiao F, Zhang J, Li H (2007) Site-Directed Mutagenesis of Aeromonas hydrophila Enoyl Coenzyme A Hydratase Enhancing 3-Hydroxyhexanoate Fractions of Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co -3-hydroxyhexanoate)，Cur Microbiol, 55: 20-24.
6. Hu FQ, You S (2006) Inactivation of type I polyhydroxyalkanoatesynthase in Aeromonas hydrophila resulted in discovery of another potential PHA synthase. J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol, 34: 255-260。
7. Hu FQ, You S (2005) Electroporation-mediated transformation of Aeromonas hydrophila. Plasmid, 54: 283-287.