Dr. Li's research works have been sponsored by Shanghai Natural Science Foundation.
Nanomaterials with unique physical andchemical properties are widely applied in biomedicine. Our group is currently working on the biological and medical applications of new nanomaterials, which include the investigation of interactions of DNA origami with biological systems, design of novel drug delivery system for drug delivery and evaluation of the biosafety of nanomaterials.
1. Zhang Z, Fu, Y, Feng G, Li C*, Fan C, He, L*. Self-assembly-based Structural DNA nanotechnology. CURRENT ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 2011;15(4):534-547.
2. Zhang Z, Wang Y, Fan C*, Li C, Li Y, Qian L, Fu Y, Shi Y, Hu J, He L*. Asymmetric DNA origami for spatially addressable and index-free solution-phase DNA chips. Adv Mater. 2010 ;22(24):2672-5.
3. Zhang Z, Zeng D, Ma H, Feng G, Hu J, He L*, Li C*, Fan C*. A DNA-Origami Chip Platform for Label-Free SNP Genotyping Using Toehold-Mediated Strand Displacement. Small. 2010;6(17):1854-8.
4. Li C, Wu Q*. Adaptive evolution of multiple-variable exons and structural diversity of drug-metabolizing enzymes. BMC Evol Biol. 2007; 7:69.
5. Li C, Zhang Y, Ying K, Liang X, Han B. Sequence variations of simple sequence repeats on chromosome 4 in two subspecies of the Asian cultivated rice. Theor Appl Genet. 2004; 108: 392-400.
6. Feng Q,..... Li C, ...... Han B. Sequence and analysis of rice chromosome 4. Nature. 2002; 420: 316-320.
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