Dr. Weiping  Yin

Dr. Weiping Yin

Professor
Henan University of Science and Technology, China


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Zhengzhou University, China

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Biography

Dr. Weiping Yin is currently working as Second grade Professor and Dean of Henan Engineering Research Center of Funiu Mountain wild Medicinal Source. He obtained his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Zhengzhou University, China in 1999. He is professional member of Chinese Chemical Society, Director of Chinese Chemical Society in Henan Province, Director of Chinese Chemical Industry and Engineering Society in Henan Province, 2010, Head of Chemical Engineering & Pharmaceutics College Henan University of Science and Technology, Luoyang, China. His experience includes Teaching Assistantship, Lecturer and Associate Professor at Xinxiang Medical College, Xinxiang, China, Teaching Assistantship at Chinese Pharmaceutical University Nanjing China, Professor and Head of Chemical Engineering & Pharmaceutics at College Henan University of Science and Technology, Luoyang China. Dr. Weiping Yin received honors include, Third-class Award in Pharmaceutical, Henan Medical and Health Bureau, China, Second-class Award in Science and Technology Progress, Henan Science & Technology China, Certificate of Achievement, and Award for Chemical constituents from Syringa Pubescens Turcz. He has published 7 papers in peer-reviewed journals and 5 papers in field of chronological order and 3 text books are in his credit.

Area of Interest:

Chemistry
100%
Natural Products
62%
Chemical Engineering
90%
Phytochemistry
75%
Physical Chemistry
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Gao, J., W.P. Yin, T. Gao, R. Deng and X. Li, 2014. Two bioactive compounds from the Chinese Scorpion Buthus martensii Karsch. Nat. Prod. Res., 28: 698-698.

  2. Zhang, Z., W. Yin, P. Liu and T. Zhao, 2013. HPLC-NNE13CNMR coupling fingerprint analysis technology and its application in a study of Syringa pubescens Turcz and its activity against hepatic fibrosis. Botanics:Targets Ther. 3: 37-47.
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  3. Yin, W., C. Zhao, C. Liao, S. Trowell and R.W. Rickards, 2013. Preparative isolation of novel antimicrobial compounds from Pergidae sp. by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography. Chem. Nat. Compd., 49: 41-45.
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  4. Fan, C.P., W.P. Yin, X.X. Cao and J.C. Yao, 2013. 2-Bromo-1, 6, 6-trimethyl-6, 7, 8, 9-tetrahydrophenanthro [1, 2-b] furan-10, 11-dione. Acta Cryst., 69: o834-o834.
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  5. Yin, W.P., X. Li, Y.L. Ren, S. Zhao and J.J. Wang, 2012. Selective hydrolysis of lignocelluloses from corn stalk in an ionic liquid. J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 19: 472-479.
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  6. Yin, W.P., X. Li, Y. Ren, S. Zhao and J. Wang, 2012. Selective hydrolysis of lignocelluloses from corn stalk in an ionic liquid. J. Applied Polym. Sci., 19: 337-351.

  7. Song, Z.W., P. Liu, W.P. Yin, Y.L. Jiang and Y.L. Ren, 2012. Isolation and identification of antibacterial neo-compounds from the red ants of ChangBai Mountain, Tetramorium sp. Bioorg. Med. Chem. Let., 22: 2175-2181.
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  8. Zhao, S., R. Renyunli, Jianjiwang and W.P. Yin, 2011. Density functional study of NO binding on small AgnPdm (n+m<5) clusters. Comp. Theor. Chem., 964: 298-303.
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  9. Liu, P., P. Hu, R. Deng, R. Li, L. Yang and W.P. Yin, 2011. Triterpenoids from the flowers of salvia miltiorrhiza. Helvetica Chimica Acta, 94: 136-141.

  10. Liu, P., R. Deng, W.P. Yin and W. Duan, 2010. A new nortriterpenoid from Phlomis umbrosa. Chem. Nat. Comp., 46: 478-479.

  11. Deng, R., H. Yuan, P. Liu, W.p. Yin, X. Wang and T. Zhao, 2010. Chemical constituents from Syringa pubescens Turcz. Biochem. Syst. Ecol., 38: 813-815.

  12. Zhao, S., Y. Ren, J. Wang and W. Yin, 2009. Interaction of NCO with small silver clusters: A density functional study. J. Mol. Struct. Theochemi, 897: 100-105.
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  13. Zhao, S., Y. Ren, J. Wang and W. Yin, 2009. A density functional study of the interaction of NCO with small copper clusters. J. Phys. Chem. A, 113: 1075-1085.
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  14. Yin, W.P., Y. Li , J. Yao and X. Mei, 2009. Synthesis and crystal structure of a new cadmium supramolecular network containing chelating imidazole-4-carboxylate ligand. Chinese J. Struct. Chem., 28: 1155-1159.

  15. Yin, W.P. and T. Zhao, 2009. Phenylethanoid glycosides from the roots of Phlomis umbrosa. J. Asian Nat. Prod. Res., 11: 69-74.

  16. Yin, W.P. and Mian-Ying, 2009. Phytochemicals from Morinda citrifolia L. (Noni) and their bioactivities: A review. Noni. Clin. Res. J., 3: 1-21.

  17. Ren, Y., Z. Liu, S. Zhao, X. Tian, J. Wang, W. Yin and S. He, 2009. Ethylenediamine/Cu (OAc)2· H 2 O-catalyzed cyanation of aryl halides with K4[Fe (CN) 6]. Catal. Commun., 10: 768-771.
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  18. Ren, Y., Z. Liu, S. He, S. Zhao, J. Wang, R. Niu and W. Yin, 2009. Development of an open-air and robust method for large-scale palladium-catalyzed cyanation of aryl halides: The use of i-PrOH to prevent catalyst poisoning by oxygen. Org. Process Res. Dev., 13: 764-768.
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  19. Yin, W.P., T.Z. Zhao and H.Y. Zhang, 2008. A novel oligosaccharide ester from Syringa pubescens. J. Asian Nat. Prod. Res., 10: 95-100.
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  20. Liu, P., L.Y. Li, R.Q. Niu, W.P. Yin and T.Z. Zhao, 2008. Two novel nortriterpenes from the roots of Phlomis umbrosa. Chin. Chem. Lett., 19: 1228-1230.
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  21. Liu, G.H., J.Y. Ma, W.P. Yin and Y.L. Ren, 2008. Efficient synthesis of a novel imine from L-methionine and pyrrole. Bull. Catal. Soc. India, 7: 51-54.
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  22. Yin, W.P., T.Z. Zhao and J.G. Fu, 2001. Chinese bittersweet alkaloid III, a new compound from celastrus angulatus. J. Asian Nat. Prod. Res., 3: 183-1892.
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  23. Yin, W.P., T. Zhao and J. Fu, 2001. Chinese Bittersweet alkaloid(III): A new compound from C. angulatus. J. Asian Nat. Prod. Res., 8: 183-189.

  24. Yin, W.P., T.Z. Zhao, L.J. Gao, D.P. Zou, H.M. Liu and J.X. Kang, 1999. Two alkaloids from Chinese bittersweet Celastrus angulatus. Phytochemistry, 52: 1731-1734.
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  25. Yin, W.P. and T. Zhao, 1999. Two alkaloids from Chinese Bittersweet C.angulatus. Phytochemistry, 52: 1753-1759.