ZHANG Ming, PhD

Professor

Tel: 86-771-3234441

Email: mingzhang@gxu.edu.cn

Website at GXU: http://210.36.22.97/tcms/teachInfo!queryTeachInfoById.action?gh=FCE8DA56118B11E69C550050569949B5

Careers & Education

  • 2003.12 - Current, Professor

       Animal Reproduction Institute, College of Animal Science and Techonlogy, 

       SKL for Conservation & Utilization of Subtropical Agro-bioresource,

       Guangxi University, Nanning, China, 530004

  • 2009.07 - 2010.01 Visiting Scientist

       University of Connecticut, Mansfield, CT 06269 

  • 1999.09 - 2002.12, Ph.D

       Animal Reproduction and Genetics, Guangxi University

       Nanning, China, 530004

Selected Publications

  1. Fu, Q., Y. Huang, Z. Wang, F. Chen, D. Huang, Y. Lu, X. Liang, and M. Zhang. 2016a. Proteome Profile and Quantitative Proteomic Analysis of Buffalo (Bubalusbubalis) Follicular Fluid during Follicle Development. Int J Mol Sci 17.

  2. Fu, Q., Z. F. Liu, Y. L. Huang, Y. Q. Lu, and M. Zhang. 2016b. Comparative Proteomic Analysis of Mature and Immature Oocytes of the Swamp Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis). Int J Mol Sci 17.

  3. Huang, Y. L., Q. Fu, H. Pan, F. M. Chen, X. L. Zhao, H. J. Wang, P. F. Zhang, F. L. Huang, Y. Q. Lu, and M. Zhang. 2016. Spermatogenesis-associated proteins at different developmental stages of buffalo testicular seminiferous tubules identified by comparative proteomic analysis. Proteomics.

  4. Huang, Y. L., Q. Fu, L. Yang, J. L. Guan, H. Pan, F. M. Chen, K. L. Lu, and M. Zhang. 2015. Differences between high- and low-motility buffalo sperm identified by comparative proteomics. Reproduction in domestic animals = Zuchthygiene 50:443-451.

  5. Huanga, D. L., Q. Fu, Z. Q. Wang, Y. L. Huang, J. L. Guan, K. H. Lu, and M. Zhang. 2014. The Protein Profile of Buffalo Testis. Curr Proteomics 11:245-251.

  6. Lu, Y. Q., Y. Q. Liao, M. Zhang, B. Z. Yang, X. W. Liang, X. G. Yang, S. S. Lu, Z. Y. Wu, H. Y. Xu, Y. B. Liang, and K. H. Lu. 2015. A field study on artificial insemination of swamp and crossbred buffaloes with sexed semen from river buffaloes. Theriogenology 84:862-867.

  7. Zhang, M., K. H. Lu, and G. E. Seidel. 2003. Development of bovine embryos after in vitro fertilization of oocytes with flow cytometrically sorted, stained and unsorted sperm from different bulls. Theriogenology 60:1657-1663.

  8. Zhong, H., J. Xiao, W. Z. Chen, Y. Zhou, Z. Y. Tang, Z. B. Guo, Y. J. Luo, Z. B. Lin, X. Gan, and M. Zhang. 2014a. DNA methylation of pituitary growth hormone is involved in male growth superiority of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). Comp Biochem Phys B 171:42-48.

  9. Zhong, H., Y. Zhou, F. Yu, J. Xiao, X. Gan, and M. Zhang. 2014b. Seasonal changes and human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) effects on innate immune genes expression in goldfish (Carassius auratus). Fish Shellfish Immun 38:303-310.

  10. Zhuang, X. J., Y. Huang, Y. P. Duan, M. Zhang, Y. Q. Lu, and K. H. Lu. 2012. Translocation of active mitochondria during buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) oocytes in vitro maturation, fertilization and preimplantation embryo development. Reproduction in domestic animals = Zuchthygiene 47:443-448.