Kang, Xiaofeng

Xiaofeng Kang received his Ph.D from Northwest University in 1999. Now he is a distinguished expert of Shaanxi Province Government. After completed his postdoctoral research at Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2001, he worked at Cambridge University in the UK and Texas A & M University in the U.S. during July 2001-August 2010. Dr Kang was promoted to associate professor in 1998 and professor in 2001. He has worked in the cross-cutting areas of analytical chemistry and bionanotechnology, published over 40 papers in JACS and Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. etc., has five international/ U.S. patents, and obtained many international and national awards. He also invented a single-molecule nanosensor for space exploration and has been tested in the real space flight.

Selected Publications:
[1] X.Kang*,S.Cheley,Allison C.Rice-Ficht,H.Bayley.A storable encapsulated bilayer chip containing asingle protein nanopore.J.Am.Chem.Soc.2007,129(15):4701-4705.(IF:7.885)
[2] X.Kang,S.Cheley,X.Guan and H.Bayley.Stochastic detection of enantiomers.J.Am.Chem.Soc.2006,128(33):10684-10685.(IF:7.885)
[3-1] X.Kang,L.Gu,S.Cheley and H.Bayley.Single protein pores containing mole-cular adapters at high temperature.Angew.Chem.International Edition,2005,44(10):1495-1499.(IF:10.031)
[3-2] X.Kang,L.Gu,S.Cheley and H.Bayley.Single protein pores containing mole-cular adapters at high temperature.Angew.Chem.2005,117(10):1519-1523.(IF:10.031)
[4] X.Kang,Y.Jin,G.Chen and S.Dong.In situ analysis of electropolymeration of aniline by combined electrochemistry and surface plasmon resonance.Langmuir,2002,18:1713-1718.(IF:4.009)
[5] X.Kang,Y.Jin,G.Chen and S.Dong.Surface plasmon resonance studies on the Electrochemical doping/dedoping processes of anion on polyaniline modified electrode.Langmuir,2002,18:10305-10310.(IF:4.009)
[6] Y.Jin,X.Kang,Y.Song,B.Zhang,G.Chen and S.Dong.Controlled nucleation and growth of surface confined gold nanoparticles on a(3-aminopropyl)trimethoxy silane-modified glass slide:a strategy for SPR substrates.Anal.Chem.,2001,73:2843-2849.(IF:5.287)
[7] X.Kang,Y.Jin,G.Chen and S.Dong.A novel electrochemical SPR biosensor.Electrochem.Communications,2001(3):489-493.(IF:4.186)
[8] X.Kang and J.Song.A new type of polarographic catalytic wave of organic compound—studies on the polarographic catalytic wave of medroprogesterone acetate in the presence of KIO3.Science in China(Series B-Chemistry),1999,42(5):463-470.(IF:0.615)
[9] X.Kang,W.Guo,C.Zhao and J.Song.Adsorption-parallel catalytic wave of cinnamic acid in hydrogen peroxide-tetra-n-butylammonium bromideacetate system,Science in China(Series B-Chemistry),2000,43(3):275-282.(IF:0.615)
[10] J.Song,W.Guo,X.Kang and Y.Hu.Investigation and application of polarographic catalytic wave of oxygen reduction caused by mefenamic acid.Science in China(Series B-Chemistry),1993,36(8):906-911.(IF:0.615)

[1] High Temperature Ion Channels and Pores, PCT/US2005/046649;
[2]Nanopore Sensor System, PCT/US2007/010170;
[3]High Temperature Ion Channels and Pores, 20080101988;
[4]Robust and Portable Single Protein Ion Channel Sensor Chip, 20070298511.;
[5]Method and Device of Assembling Lipid Bilayer Containing aSingle Protein Nanopore in Microfluidic Channe, TAMU14247.

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Wang, Yaoyu

Prof. Wang’s group has five teachers and fifteen graduate students. The research interests of the group mainly focus on the functional coordination chemistry and materials chemistry. The group has started to explore a totally new field about molecular braid, synthesized the first case of novel [4]-crossing catenane coordination polymer, and found the catalyst of decarboxylation in the in situ reaction.