Aloysius Wong

Wenzhou-Kean UniversityAloysius Wong

Assistant Professor, College of Science and Technology

PhD in Biological Science, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology

  • Research Project

National Natural Science Foundation of China Program

Towards a highly tailored indoor horticulture: A functional genomics guided phenotypic approach

Zhejiang Provincial Natural Science Foundation of China

Towards a highly tailored indoor horticulture: A functional genomics guided phenotypic approach

Industry-University-Research Platform

WKU – ERKN Biology Research & Development Lab

WKU International Collaboration Program

China – Slovenia?Study on Antibiotic Resistance Genes and Adaptive Evolution of Probiotics

  • Research News

WKU Biology Professor conducts research with students on antibiotic resistance

WKU Students Made Publication on International Journal in Biology

  • Published Papers

Assessing the Risk of Probiotic Dietary Supplements in the Context of Antibiotic Resistance

An Arabidopsis clathrin assembly protein with a predicted role in plant defense can function as an adenylate cyclase

An Arabidopsis thaliana leucine-rich repeat protein harbors an adenylyl cyclase catalytic center and affects responses to pathogens

Bioinformatic analysis of nucleotide cyclase functional centers and development of ACPred webserver

Development of an online tracking tool for antibiotic resistance

Discovery of novel functional centers with rationally designed amino acid motifs

GCPred: a web tool for guanylyl cyclase functional center prediction from amino acid sequence

The Arabidopsis thaliana K+-uptake permease 5 (AtKUP5) contains a functional cytosolic adenylate cyclase essential for K+ transport

The brassinosteroid receptor BRI1 can generate cGMP enabling cGMP‐dependent downstream signaling

The inhibition of acetylcholinesterase by a brain-targeting polylysine-ApoE peptide: biochemical and structural characterizations

Towards a tailored indoor horticulture: a functional genomics guided phenotypic approach