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name : Feng-Biao Guo Gender: male phone: 028-83202351
email: office-address: Yi Fu Building 341, Shahe Campus
PH.D  Supervisor: Yes Master Supervisor Yes
major: Bioinformatics
research interst: Computational, comparative, evoltuionary and functional genomics
Biography: Feng-Biao Guo is a Full Professor and Director of Bioinformatics at UESTC. He has published over 40 peer-reviewed papers. He often serves as reviewer for international journals such as Nucleic Acids Research, Bioinformatics, Biochimie, Microbiology(SGM), BMC Microbiology.  Now he is one of the editorial board members of Scientific Reports, Current Bioinformatics, ISRN Computational Biology and Chinese Journal of Biology. He has been the principal investigator of three projects funded by NSFC.
Teaching Schedule: Course 1: Evolutioary biology (in Chinese for Bachelor students)
Course 2: Genome informatics (in Chinese for graduate students)
Selected Publications: [1] Wei W, Ning LW, Ye YN, Li SJ, Zhou HQ, Huang J, Guo FB* (2014) SMAL: A resource of spontaneous mutation accumulation lines. Mol Biol Evol. 31(5): 1302-1308.(IF>10).
[2] Zhou HQ, Ning LW, Zhang HX, Guo FB* (2014) Analysis of the relationship between genomic GC content and patterns of base usage, codon usage and amino acid usage in prokaryotes: similar GC content adopts similar compositional frequencies regardless of the phylogenetic lineages. PLoS One. 9(9):e107319.
[3] Wei W, Ye YN, Luo S, Deng YY, Lin D, Guo FB* (2014) IFIM: a database of integrated fitness information for microbial genes. Database. 2014: bau052.
[4] Ye YN, Hua ZG, Huang J, Rao N, Guo FB*. (2013) CEG: a database of essential gene clusters. BMC Genomics. 14: 769.
[5] Wei W, Ning LW, Ye YN, Guo FB*. (2013) Geptop: a gene essentiality prediction tool for sequenced bacterial genomes based on orthology and phylogeny. PLoS One. 8(8): e72343.
[6] Wei W, Zhang T, Lin D, Yang ZJ, Guo FB*. (2013) Transcriptional abundance is not the single force driving the evolution of bacterial proteins. BMC Evol Biol. 13: 162.
Books: [1]  Guo FB, Ye YN, Ning LW, Wei W (2014) Three computational tools for predicting bacterial essential genes. Methods in Molecular Biology. in press.