Hi, I am Ying Zhu, My LiveDNA is 86.1091
 
   
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Dr. Ying Zhu
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Chemical and Biological Engineering from University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
 
Institute: Global Pharmaceutical Operations, USA
 
Area of Interest: Biomedical Sciences
  •   Manufacturing of Immunoassay Conjugates
  •   Manufacturing of Oral Drug Products
  •   Virus Growth Quantification
  •   Virus-Host Interaction
 
URL: http://livedna.org/86.1091
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Anekal, S.G., Y. Zhu, M.D. Graham and J. Yin, 2009. Dynamics of virus spread in the presence of fluid flow. Integ. Biol., 1: 664-671.
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2:   Ma, J., J. Li, Z. Chen, J. Liu and Y. Zhu, 2002. Studies on the pervaporation performances of PDMS/PS composite membranes. Chem. Indus. Eng. Prog., 21: 12-15.
3:   Zhu, Y. and J. Liu, 2002. Separation of organic compounds from dilute aqueous solutions by pervaporation. Tianjin Univ. Stud. J., 9: 24-28.
4:   Zhu, Y. and J. Yin, 2007. A quantitative comet assay: Imaging and analysis of virus plaques formed with a liquid overlay. J. Virol. Methods, 139: 100-102.
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5:   Zhu, Y., A. Yongky and J. Yin, 2009. Growth of an RNA virus in single cells reveals a broad fitness distribution. Virology, 385: 39-46.
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6:   Zhu, Y., J. Li and J. Ma, 2002. Preparation of bipolymeric pour point depressants for waxy crude oils. Oilfield Chem., 19: 319-321.
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7:   Zhu, Y., J.W. Warrick, K. Haubert, D.J. Beebe and J. Yin, 2009. Infection on a chip: A microscale platform for simple and sensitive cell-based virus assays. Biom. Microdevices, 11: 565-570.
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