Lian He
Lian He
University of Washington, Washington University in St. Louis
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Central metabolic responses to the overproduction of fatty acids in Escherichia coli based on 13C‐metabolic flux analysis
L He, Y Xiao, N Gebreselassie, F Zhang, MR Antoniewicz, YJ Tang, ...
Biotechnology and bioengineering 111 (3), 575-585, 2014
Deciphering cyanobacterial phenotypes for fast photoautotrophic growth via isotopically nonstationary metabolic flux analysis
MH Abernathy, J Yu, F Ma, M Liberton, J Ungerer, WD Hollinshead, ...
Biotechnology for biofuels 10, 1-13, 2017
13C‐MFA delineates the photomixotrophic metabolism of Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 under light‐ and carbon‐sufficient conditions
L You, B Berla, L He, HB Pakrasi, YJ Tang
Biotechnology journal 9 (5), 684-692, 2014
Decoding how a soil bacterium extracts building blocks and metabolic energy from ligninolysis provides road map for lignin valorization
AM Varman, L He, R Follenfant, W Wu, S Wemmer, SA Wrobel, YJ Tang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (40), E5802-E5811, 2016
Experimental analysis and model-based optimization of microalgae growth in photo-bioreactors using flue gas
L He, VR Subramanian, YJ Tang
biomass and bioenergy 41, 131-138, 2012
Cyanobacterial carbon metabolism: Fluxome plasticity and oxygen dependence
N Wan, DM DeLorenzo, L He, L You, CM Immethun, G Wang, EEK Baidoo, ...
Biotechnology and bioengineering 114 (7), 1593-1602, 2017
Biofuel production: an odyssey from metabolic engineering to fermentation scale-up
W Hollinshead, L He, YJ Tang
Frontiers in microbiology 5, 91388, 2014
Decoupling resource-coupled gene expression in living cells
T Shopera, L He, T Oyetunde, YJ Tang, TS Moon
ACS synthetic biology 6 (8), 1596-1604, 2017
Photoheterotrophic fluxome in Synechocystis sp. strain PCC 6803 and its implications for cyanobacterial bioenergetics
L You, L He, YJ Tang
Journal of Bacteriology 197 (5), 943-950, 2015
An ancient Chinese wisdom for metabolic engineering: Yin-Yang
SG Wu, L He, Q Wang, YJ Tang
Microbial cell factories 14, 1-9, 2015
Channeling in native microbial pathways: implications and challenges for metabolic engineering
MH Abernathy, L He, YJ Tang
Biotechnology Advances 35 (6), 805-814, 2017
Core Metabolism Shifts during Growth on Methanol versus Methane in the Methanotroph Methylomicrobium buryatense 5GB1
Y Fu, L He, J Reeve, DAC Beck, ME Lidstrom
MBio 10 (2), 10.1128/mbio. 00406-19, 2019
Hydrodynamics and mass transfer coefficients in a bubble column photo-bioreactor
ON Manjrekar, Y Sun, L He, YJ Tang, MP Dudukovic
Chemical Engineering Science 168, 55-66, 2017
WUFlux: an open-source platform for 13C metabolic flux analysis of bacterial metabolism
L He, SG Wu, M Zhang, Y Chen, YJ Tang
BMC bioinformatics 17, 1-7, 2016
Deciphering flux adjustments of engineered E. coli cells during fermentation with changing growth conditions
L He, Y Xiu, JA Jones, EEK Baidoo, JD Keasling, YJ Tang, MAG Koffas
Metabolic engineering 39, 247-256, 2017
Rewiring the native methanol assimilation metabolism by incorporating the heterologous ribulose monophosphate cycle into Methylorubrum extorquens
XJ Yuan, WJ Chen, ZX Ma, QQ Yuan, M Zhang, L He, XH Mo, C Zhang, ...
Metabolic Engineering 64, 95-110, 2021
Elucidation of intrinsic biosynthesis yields using 13C-based metabolism analysis
AM Varman, L He, L You, W Hollinshead, YJ Tang
Microbial cell factories 13, 1-8, 2014
Quantifying Methane and Methanol Metabolism of “Methylotuvimicrobium buryatense” 5GB1C under Substrate Limitation
L He, Y Fu, ME Lidstrom
Msystems 4 (6), 10.1128/msystems. 00748-19, 2019
Kinetic modeling and isotopic investigation of isobutanol fermentation by two engineered Escherichia coli strains
Y Xiao, X Feng, AM Varman, L He, H Yu, YJ Tang
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 51 (49), 15855-15863, 2012
Re-Programing Glucose Catabolism in the Microalga Chlorella sorokiniana under Light Condition
T Li, N Pang, L He, Y Xu, X Fu, Y Tang, Y Shachar-Hill, S Chen
Biomolecules 12 (7), 939, 2022
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