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Fu, Han-Yi



Han-Yi Fu 


Assistant Professor


Photosynthesis Research, Biophysics, Plant Physiology, Genetic Engineering, Genomics and Transcriptomics



886-7-5252000 Ext:3618



   University of Potsdam, Germany International Max Planck Research School "Primary Metabolism and Plant Growth" (2012) 

  Research projects
Regulatory mechanisms of photosynthesis in Cyanidiales
Comparative genomics of Cyanidiales
Developement of genetic transformation system in red algae


1 Chen YL, Fu HY, Lee TH, Shih CJ, Huang L, Wang YS, Ismail W, Chiang YR (2018). Estrogen degraders and estrogen degradation pathway identified in an activated sludge. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 84, e00001-18.
2 Fu HY, Picot D, Choquet Y, Longatte G, Sayegh A, Delacotte J, Guille-Collignon M, Lemaître F, Rappaport F, Wollman FA (2017). Redesigning the QA binding site of Photosystem II allows reduction of exogenous quinones. Nature Communications 8, 15274.
3 Longatte G, Fu HY, Buriez O, Labbé E, Wollman FA, Amatore C, Rappaport F, Guille-Collignon M, Lemaître F (2015). Evaluation of photosynthetic electrons derivation by exogenous redox mediators. Biophysical Chemistry 205, 1-8.
4 Krech K, Fu HY, Thiele W, Ruf S, Schöttler MA, Bock R (2013). Reverse genetics in complex multigene operons by co-transformation of the plastid genome and its application to the open reading frame previously designated psbN. Plant Journal 75(6):1062-74.
5 Fu HY, Chen SJ, Chen RF, Kuo-Huang LL, Huang RN (2007). Why do nettles sting? About stinging hairs looking simple but acting complex. Functional Plant Science and Biotechnology 1(1), 46-55.
6 Fu HY, Chen SJ, Chen RF, Ding WH, Kuo-Huang LL, Huang RN (2006). Identification of oxalic acid and tartaric acid as major persistent pain-inducing toxins in the stinging hairs of the nettle, Urtica thunbergiana. Annals of Botany 98(1): 57-65.
7 Fu HY, Chen SJ, Kuo-Huang LL (2003). Comparative study on the stinging trichomes and some related epidermal structures in the leaves of Dendrocnide meyeniana, Girardinia diversifolia, and Urtica thunbergiana. Taiwania 48(4): 213-23.