14.    Linfeng Huang*, Padraig Deighan, Jingmin Jing, Yingxue Li, Elaine Lee, Shirley S. Mo, Heather Hoover, Sahar Abubucker, Nancy Finkel, Larry McReynolds, Ann Hochschild, & Judy Lieberman*, Tombusvirus p19 captures RNase III-cleaved double-stranded RNAs formed by overlapping sense and antisense transcripts in E. coli, posted on bioRxiv, Jan 2019. Link to the article

13.  Tianzhong Li, Jianbo Yue, Linfeng Huang*, & Mengsu Yang*, Autophagy inhibitor Vacuolin-1 interferes with lipid-based small interference RNA delivery, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Feb 2019. Link to the article

12.    Milligram scale production of potent recombinant small interfering RNAs in Escherichia coli
Guneet Kaur, Hung-chi Cheung, Wei Xu, Jun Vic Wong, For Fan Chan, Yingxue Li, Larry McReynolds, & Linfeng Huang, Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Jun, 2018 Pubmed Read only version

11.    Regeneration of Cortical Tissue from Brain Injury by Implantation of Defined Molecular Gradient of Semaphorin 3A, Biomaterials, Zhen Xu, Wei Wang, Yutian Ren, Wenchong Zhang, Peilin Fang, Linfeng Huang, Xin Wang, & Peng Shi, Mar 2018, 157, 125-135. Pubmed

                                                            Before CityU

10.    Linfeng Huang & Judy Lieberman, Production of highly potent recombinant siRNAs in Escherichia coliNature Protocols, Dec 2013, 8(12), 2325-2336 (co-corresponding author) Pubmed

9.    Linfeng Huang, Jingmin Jin, Padraig Deighan, Evgeny Kiner, Larry McReynolds, & Judy Lieberman, Efficient and specific gene knockdown by small interfering RNAs produced in bacteria, Nature Biotechnology,Apr 2013, 31, 350–356 (commented in “Renewable RNAi” of the same issue; highlighted in SciBX, Mar 2013, 6(11)) Pubmed

8.    Thien Ho, Liang Wang, Linfeng Huang, Zhigang Li, Denise W. Pallett, Tamas Dalmay, Kazusato Ohshima, John A. Walsh, & Hui Wang, Nucleotide bias of DCL and AGO in plant anti-virus gene silencing, Protein & Cell, Sep 2010, 1(9), 847-858 Pubmed

7.    Linfeng Huang, Alexandra M E Jones, Iain Searle, Kanu Patel, Hannes Vogler, Nina C Hubner, & David C Baulcombe, An atypical RNA polymerase involved in RNA silencing shares small subunits with RNA polymerase II,Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, Jan 2009, 16(1), 91-93 Pubmed

6.    H. Wang, L. F.  Huang, & J. I. Cooper, Analyses on mutation patterns, detection of population bottlenecks, and suggestion of deleterious-compensatory evolution among members of the genus PotyvirusArchives of Virology, Aug 2006, 151(8):1625-33 Pubmed

5.    Wei E. Huang, Linfeng Huang, Martin Naylor, John P. Carr, Yanhong Li, Andrew C. Singer, Andrew S. Whiteley, & Hui Wang, Quantitative in situ assay of salicylic acid in tobacco leaves using genetically modifiedAcinetobacter sp. ADP1 biosensor, The Plant Journal, Jun 2006, 46(6):1073-1083 Pubmed

4.    D.W. Pallett, L. Huang, J.I. Cooper, & H. Wang, Within-population variation in hybridisation and transgene transfer between wild Brassica rapa and Brassica napus, Annals of Applied BiologyApr 2006, 148(2):147-155 link

3.     L. F. Huang, Naylor, M., Pallett, D.W., Reeves, J., Cooper, J.I., & Wang, H, The complete genome sequence, organization and affinities of carrot red leaf virus, Archives of Virology, Sep 2005, 150(9):1845-55 Pubmed

2.    Wei E. Huang, Hui Wang, Hongjun Zheng, Linfeng Huang, Andrew C. Singer, Ian Thompson, & Andrew S. Whiteley, Chromosomally located gene fusions constructed in Acinetobacter sp. ADP1 for environmental detection of salicylate, Environmental Microbiology, Sep 2005, 7(9):1339-48 Pubmed

1.   H. Zhou, H. Wang, L. F. Huang, M. Naylor, & P. Clifford, Heterogeneity in codon usages of Sobemovirusgenes, Archives of Virology, Aug 2005, 150(8):1591-605 Pubmed