1.Xian-Jun He, Xiu-Li Li, Ying-Zhang Li* Disruption of Cerevisin via Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation affects microsclerotia formation and virulence of Verticillium dahlia. Plant Pathology 2015, 64:1157-1167
2.Min Hu, Bao-Lei Pei, Li-Fan Zhang, and Ying-Zhang Li* Histone H2B monoubiquitination is involved in regulating the dynamics of microtubules during the defense response to Verticillium dahliae toxins in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 2014,164:1857-1865
3.Lin-Lin Yao, Bao-Lei Pei, Qun Zhou, Ying-Zhang Li* NO serves as a signaling intermediate downstream of H2O2 to modulate dynamic microtubule cytoskeleton during responses to VD-toxins in Arabidopsis. Plant Signaling & Behavior 2012, 7(2):1-4
4.Lin-Lin Yao, Qun Zhou, Bao-Lei Pei, Ying-Zhang Li* Hydrogen peroxide modulates the dynamic microtubule cytoskeleton during the defense responses to Verticillium dahliae toxins in Arabidopsis. Plant, Cell & Environment 2011, 34:1586-1598 Cover article.
5.Lin-Lin Yao and Ying-Zhang Li*. NO and H2O2 are involved in the regulation of cortical microtubule depolymerization during the responses to Verticillium dahliae toxins in Arabidopsis. 9th International Plant Molecular Biology Congress. p451. Oct 25-30, 2009. St, Louis, USA
6.Fu-Mei Shi, Lin-Lin Yao, Bao-Lei Pei, Qun Zhou and Ying-Zhang Li*. Cortical microtubule as a sensor and target of nitric oxide signal during the defense responses to Verticillium dahliae toxins in Arabidopsis. Plant, Cell & Environment 2009,32:428-438
7.Fu-Mei Shi and Ying-Zhang Li*Verticillium dahliae toxins-induced nitric oxide productionin Arabidopsis is major dependent on nitrate reductase. BMB reports 2008, 41(1): 79-85
8.Yan-Yan Hou, Fu-Mei Shi and Ying-Zhang Li*Verticillium dahliae toxins induced changes of a putative histone H2B and a pumilio /Puf RNA-binding protein gene expression in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Plant Pathol2008,90 (1):117-120
9.Zhi-Qi Jia, Fu-Mei Shi, Hai-Yong Yuan, Yan-Yan Hou and Ying-Zhang Li* Comparison of methods of purification and identification of Verticillium dahliae toxins. J Life Sciences 2007, 1:67-72
10.Jia Zhi-Qi, Yuan Hai-Yong & Li Ying-Zhang* NO and H2O2 induced by Verticillium dahliae toxins and itsinfluence on the expressionof GST gene in cotton suspension cells. Chi Sci Bull 2007, 52:1347-1354
12.Du Juan, Xie Hong-Li, ZhangDeqiang, He Xin-Qiang, Wang Min-Jie, Li Ying-Zhang, Cui Ke-Ming and Lu Meng-Zhu. Regeneration of secondary vascular system in poplar (Populus tomentosa Carr.) as a novel system to investigate gene expression by a proteomic approach. Proteomics 2006, 6:881-895
13.Hai-Yong Yuan, Lin-Lin Yao, Zhi-Qi Jia, Yun Li and Ying-Zhang Li*Verticillium dahliae toxin induced alterations of cytoskeletons and nucleoli in Arabidopsis suspension cells. Protoplasma 2006, 229:75-82 Cover article.
14.Xiao-Hua Zheng, Ying-Zhang Li* Ultrastructural changes and location of b-1,3-glucanase in resistant and susceptible cotton callus cells in response to treatment with toxin of Verticillium dahliae and salicylic acid. J Plant Physiol 2004, 161:1367-1377
16.Li Ying-Zhang*, Zheng Xiao-Hua, Tang Hai-Lin Increase of b-1,3-glucanase and chitinase activities in cotton callus cells treated by salicylic acid and toxin of Verticillium dahliae Kleb. Acta Bot Sin 2003,45:802-808