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Yin Da-Chuan
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General information

Name: Yin Da-Chuan

Title:Professor

Discipline: Structural Biology

Phone: 029-88460254

E-mail: yindc@nwpu.edu.cn

Research interests

• Protein crystallization;

• Utilization of high magnetic field on protein crystallization;

• Structural study of biomacromolecules;

• Predictions of molecular structure of biomacromolecules;

• Applications of simulated microgravity environment generated by a superconducting magnet.

Education

B.Eng.: Northwestern Polytechnical University, 1991

M.Eng.: Northwestern Polytechnical University, 1993

PhD: Northwestern Polytechnical University, 1996

Selected Publication

  1. Huyan, T, Li, Q, Yang, H et al. Protective effect of polysaccharides on simulated microgravity-induced functional inhibition of human NK cells[J]. Carbohydrate Polymers, 2014. 101: 819-827.
  2. Zhang, C-Y, Wu, Z-Q, Yin, D-C et al. A strategy for selecting the pH of protein solutions to enhance crystallization[J]. Acta Crystallographica Section F Structural Biology and Crystallization Communications, 2013. 69: 821-826.
  3. Zhang, C-Y, Shen, H-F, Wang, Q-J et al. An Investigation of the Effects of Self-Assembled Monolayers on Protein Crystallisation[J]. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2013. 14: 12329-12345.
  4. Lu, Q-Q, Xie, X-Z, Liu, Y-M et al. Fast preparation of a desiccant array for the gradual desiccation method in protein crystallization screening[J]. Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2013. 46: 817-822.
  5. Lu, Q-Q, Xie, X-Z, Chen, R-Q et al. A gradual desiccation method for improving the efficiency of protein crystallization screening[J]. Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2012. 45: 758-765.
  6. Lu, H-M, Yin, D-C, Liu, Y-M et al. Correlation between Protein Sequence Similarity and Crystallization Reagents in the Biological Macromolecule Crystallization Database[J]. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2012. 13: 9514-9526.
  7. HUYAN, T, ZHANG, C-Y, MA, X-L et al. Progresses on Crystallization Methodology of Membrane Proteins[J]. Progress in Biochemistry and Biophysics, 2012. 2: 004.
  8. Hu, Y-T, Zhang, C-Y, Ma, X-L et al. Progresses on Crystallization Methodology of Membrane Proteins*[J]. Progress in Biochemistry and Biophysics, 2012. 39: 126-136.
  9. Guo, Y-Z, Yin, D-C, Cao, H-L et al. Evaporation Rate of Water as a Function of a Magnetic Field and Field Gradient[J]. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2012. 13: 16916-16928.
  10. Chen, R-Q, Yin, D-C, Lu, Q-Q et al. Sensitivity of lysozyme crystallization to minute variations in concentration[J]. Acta Crystallographica Section D Biological Crystallography, 2012. 68: 584-591.
  11. Cao, H-L, Yin, D-C, Guo, Y-Z et al. Rapid crystallization from acoustically levitated droplets[J]. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2012. 131: 3164.
  12. Wang, Y, Yin, D C, Liu, Y M et al. Design of shared instruments to utilize simulated gravities generated by a large-gradient, high-field superconducting magnet[J]. Review of Scientific Instruments, 2011. 82: 034705.
  13. Lu, Q-Q, Yin, D-C, Xie, S-X et al. The effect of diluting crystallization droplets on protein crystallization in vapor diffusion method[J]. Crystal Research and Technology, 2011: n/a-n/a.
  14. Ya-Jing, Y, Da-Chuan, Y and Peng, S. Effect of microgravity and a high magnetic field on hydroxyapatite deposition and implications for bone loss in space[J]. Applied Surface Science, 2010. 256: 7535-7539.
  15. Wang, X-K, Yin, D-C, Zhang, C-Y et al. Effect of temperature programmes on protein crystallisation[J]. Crystal Research and Technology, 2010. 45: 479-489.
  16. Lu, Q-Q, Yin, D-C, Liu, Y-M et al. Effect of mechanical vibration on protein crystallization[J]. Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2010. 43: 473-482.
  17. Guo, Y-Z, Yin, D-C, Lu, Q-Q et al. Enhancement of nucleation during hanging drop protein crystallization using HF Treatment of cover glasses[J]. Crystal Research and Technology, 2010. 45: 158-166.
  18. Yin, D-C, Geng, L-Q, Lu, Q-Q et al. Multiple Orientation Responses of Lysozyme Crystals to Magnetic Field When Paramagnetic Salts Are Used As the Crystallization Agents[J]. Crystal Growth & Design, 2009. 9: 5083-5091.
  19. Zhang, C-Y, Yin, D-C, Lu, Q-Q et al. Cycling Temperature Strategy: A Method to Improve the Efficiency of Crystallization Condition Screening of Proteins†[J]. Crystal Growth and Design, 2008. 8: 4227-4232.
  20. Yin, D-C, Wakayama, N I, Lu, H-M et al. Uncertainties in crystallization of hen-egg white lysozyme: reproducibility issue[J]. Crystal Research and Technology, 2008. 43: 447-454.
  21. Yin, D-C, Lu, H-M, Geng, L-Q et al. Growing and dissolving protein crystals in a levitated and containerless droplet[J]. Journal of Crystal Growth, 2008. 310: 1206-1212.
  22. Yin, D C, Inatomi, Y, Luo, H M et al. Interferometry measurement of protein concentration evolution during crystallization and dissolution with improved reliability and versatility[J]. Measurement Science and Technology, 2008. 19: 045303.
  23. Lu, H-M, Yin, D-C, Li, H-S et al. A containerless levitation setup for liquid processing in a superconducting magnet[J]. Review of Scientific Instruments, 2008. 79: 093903.

Awards

1. New Century Excellent Talents in University (2006)

2. Science & Technology Award for Shaanxi Youth (2006)

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