Su, Wen

Su, Wen

SW
Post-doctoral Fellow

Division of Public Health Laboratory Sciences

  • BAgr (HZAU), MAgr (HVRI,CAAS), PhD (IOZ,CAS)
phone 3917 7535
email suwen@hku.hk
Biography

Dr Wen Su received his PhD from Chinese Academy of Sciences at the Institute of Zoology in 2016 for testing the effect of internal genes derived from a wild-bird-origin H9N2 influenza A virus on the characterization of an A/H7N9 virus. He joined the University of Hong Kong at the spring of 2016 to further study cross-species of influenza A viruses and character viral proteins associated with transmissibility and pathogenicity.

Selected Publications
  1. Su, W., Wang, C., Luo, J., Zhao, Y., Wu, Y., Chen, L., Zhao, N., Li, M., Xing, C., Liu, H., et
  2. al. (2015). Testing the Effect of Internal Genes Derived from a Wild-Bird-Origin H9N2 Influenza A Virus on the Pathogenicity of an A/H7N9 Virus. Cell Reports 12, 1831-1841.
  3. Su W., Xing C., Wu Y., et al. (2015). Complete genome sequence of a novel mutant of peste des petits ruminants virus obtained from China. Genome Announcements, 3. pii: e01504-14.
  4. Wang, C., Wang, J., Su, W., Gao, S., Luo, J., Zhang, M., Xie, L., Liu, S., Liu, X., Chen, Y.,et al. (2014). Relationship between domestic and wild birds in live poultry market and a novel human H7N9 virus in China. The Journal of Infectious Diseases 209, 34-37.
  5.  Wang, C., Luo, J., Wang, J., Su, W., Gao, S., Zhang, M., Xie, L., Ding, H., Liu, S., Liu, X.,et al. (2014). Novel human H7N9 influenza virus in China. Integrative Zoology 9, 372- 375.
  6.  Wang, C., Liu, H., Luo, J., Chen, L., Li, M., Su, W., Zhao, N., Liu, S., Xie, L., Jia, Y., et al. (2017). HA Triggers the Switch from MEK1 SUMOylation to Phosphorylation of the ERK Pathway in Influenza A Virus-Infected Cells and Facilitates Its Infection. Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology 7.
  7.  Wang, C., Zhang, Y., Luo, J., Ding, H., Liu, S., Amer, S., Xie, L., Lyv, W., Su, W., Li, M., et al. (2016). Identification of miRNomes reveals ssc-miR-30d-R_1 as a potential therapeutic target for PRRS viral infection. Scientific reports 6, 24854.
  8.  Zhao, N., Li, M., Luo, J., Wang, S., Liu, S., Wang, S., Lyu, W., Chen, L.,Su, W., Ding, H., et al. (2017). Impacts of canine distemper virus infection on the giant panda population from the perspective of gut microbiota. Scientific reports 7, 39954.
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