Lan Ping

General Information
Name: Lan Ping
Title: Professor
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Work Phone: 025-86881107
Research Fields
(1)Transcriptomic and proteomic response of plants to nutritional deficiency and excess and other abiotic stresses
(2)Ribosome mediated selective translation in response to nutritional deficiency
(3)Root architecture (root hair) in response to nutritional starvation
(4)Soil proteomics
Education Background
(1)1998 – 2001, Ph.D., Botany, China Agricultural University, China
Professional Experience
(1)2012.09 – Present, Professor, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
(2)2004.05 – 2012.07, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in China (Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Germany (Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular biology and Applied Ecology, the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology, RWTH Aachen), Australia (The State Agricultural Biotechnology Centre (S.A.B.C),Murdoch University, Western Australia) and Taiwan (Institute of Plant and Microbial biology, Academia Sinica)
Social Positions
(1)2022- Present, Editor of BMC plant biology
(2)2022- Present, Academic editor of Plants
(3)2018- Present, Associate editor of Frontiers in plant science
(4)2017 – Present, Associate editor of BMC Genomics
Wolfgang Schmidt, Ping Lan, and Louis Grillet. Transgenic plants with increased trace element contents and methods for producing the same, 2015.11, USA,US 20150315250A1
(1)Xue C, Li W, Shen R, Lan P*. Impacts of iron on phosphate starvation-induced root hair growth in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell Environ. 2023 Jan;46(1):215-238
(2)Wang R, Chen Y, Kaur G, Wu X, Nguyen HT, Shen R, Pandey AK, Lan P*. Differentially reset transcriptomes and genome bias response orchestrate wheat response to phosphate deficiency. Physiol Plant. 2022 Sep;174(5):e13767
(3)Zhang X, Xue C, Wang R, Shen R, Lan P*. Physiological and proteomic dissection of the rice roots in response to iron deficiency and excess. J Proteomics. 2022 Sep 15;267:104689.
(4)Li W, Han X, Lan P*. Emerging roles of protein phosphorylation in plant iron homeostasis. Trends Plant Sci. 2022 Sep;27(9):908-921.
(5)Li B, Zheng L, Wang R, Xue C, Shen R, Lan P*. A proteomic analysis of Arabidopsis ribosomal phosphoprotein P1A mutant. J Proteomics. 2022 Jun 30;262:104594.
(6)Meng X, Li W, Shen R, Lan P*. Ectopic expression of IMA small peptide genes confers tolerance to cadmium stress in Arabidopsis through activating the iron deficiency response. J Hazard Mater. 2022 Jan 15;422:126913.
(7)Xiong Y, Zheng L, Meng X X, Shen R F, Lan P*. 2022. Protein sequence databases generated from metagenomics and public databases produced similar soil metaproteomic results of microbial taxonomic and functional changes. Pedosphere. 32(4): 507-520.
(8)Xue C, Li W, Shen R, Lan P*. PERK13 modulates phosphate deficiency-induced root hair elongation in Arabidopsis. Plant Sci. 2021 Nov;312:111060.
(9)Zheng L, Karim MR, Hu YG, Shen R, Lan P*. Greater morphological and primary metabolic adaptations in roots contribute to phosphate-deficiency tolerance in the bread wheat cultivar Kenong199. BMC Plant Biol. 2021 Aug 19;21(1):381.
(10)Yan M, Zheng L, Li B, Shen R, Lan P*. Comparative proteomics reveals new insights into the endosperm responses to drought, salinity and submergence in germinating wheat seeds. Plant Mol Biol. 2021 Feb;105(3):287-302.
(11)Yan M, Xue C, Xiong Y, Meng X, Li B, Shen R, Lan P*. Proteomic dissection of the similar and different responses of wheat to drought, salinity and submergence during seed germination. J Proteomics. 2020 May 30;220:103756.
(12)Karim MR, Wang R, Zheng L, Dong X, Shen R, Lan P*. Physiological and Proteomic Dissection of the Responses of Two Contrasting Wheat Genotypes to Nitrogen Deficiency. Int J Mol Sci. 2020 Mar 19;21(6):2119.
(13)Grillet L#, Lan P#, Li W, Mokkapati G, Schmidt W. IRON MAN is a ubiquitous family of peptides that control iron transport in plants. Nat Plants. 2018 Nov;4(11):953-963.
(14)Karim MR, Dong X, Zheng L, Shen R, Lan P*. Can Aluminum Tolerant Wheat Cultivar Perform Better under Phosphate Deficient Conditions? Int J Mol Sci. 2018 Sep 28;19(10):2964.

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