Tao Yu is a professor in Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology (SIAT), Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Dr. Yu received his B.Sc. degree in Shandong University, and Ph.D. from Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He was a Postdoc fellow in Sysbio Lab in Chalmers University of Technology before joining the faculty at SIAT. His works were published in Cell, Nature Catalysis, Nature Metabolism, Cell Research, Nature Communications and other influential journals. Major research directions: Synthetic metabolism or Metabolic rewiring, Evolution engineering and Metabolic engineering.
Email: tao.yu(AT)siat.ac.cn ("AT"=@)
Yu T*, Dabirian Y*, Liu Q, Siewers V, Nielsen J. Challenges and Strategies for Metabolic Rewiring. Current Opinion in Systems Biology. 2019. (*co-first author)
Yu T*, Zhou Y .J.J*, Huang M, Liu Q, Pereira R, David F, Nielsen J. Reprogramming Yeast Metabolism from Alcoholic Fermentation to Lipogenesis. Cell 2018, 174:1549-1558 e1514. (*co-first author)
Yu, T., Zhou, Y.J.J., Wenning, L., Liu, Q.L., Krivoruchko, A., Siewers, V., Nielsen, J., and David, F. (2017). Metabolic engineering of Saccharomyces cerevisiae for production of very long chain fatty acid-derived chemicals. Nature Communications 8.
Yu, T., Tao, Y., Yang, M., Chen, P., Gao, X., Zhang, Y., Zhang, T., Chen, Z., Hou, J., Zhang, Y., et al. (2014). Profiling human protein degradome delineates cellular responses to proteasomal inhibition and reveals a feedback mechanism in regulating proteasome homeostasis. Cell Research 24, 1214-1230.
Method for detecting protein stability and uses thereof, Ronggui Hu, Tao Yu, Yonghui Tao, US20160068861A1.
Fungal cells and methods for production of very long chain fatty acid derived products, Florian David, Verena Siewers, Anastasia KRIVORUCHKO, Leonie WENNING, Tao Yu, Yong-jin ZHOU, Jens Nielsen, US20180112240A1.