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Chung-Ming chang

 
 

Chung-Ming Chang

Highest Degree

Ph. D., Degree in Animal Genetics, Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon, France

Areas of Specialty

Emerging and re-emerging viral infections, genomics, molecular genetics, zoonotic diseases

Office Phone

3584

Lab phone

3889

Research website:

Emerging Viral Infection & Genetic Biodiversity Laboratory

E-mail

cmchang@mail.cgu.edu.tw

chungming.chang@gmail.com

Lab & Research Interest

 

Publication

Publications

  1. Vidic, J., Manzano, M., Chang, C.M. and JaffrezicRenault, N. (2017). Advanced biosensors for detection of pathogens related to livestock and poultry. Veterinary Research. 48:11. (SCI)
  2. Zhang, H., Chang, C.M., Shen K.N., Xian, W., Hsiao, C.D (2016). Identification of myogenic regulatory genes in the muscle transcriptome of beltfish (Trichiurus lepturus): A major commercial marine fish species with robust swimming ability. Genomics Data. 8, 81-84 (co-first author)
  3. Luo J.D., Chang Y.J., Chang C.M., You, J.F., Wei, P.L., Chiou, C.C (2016). GeneGazer: A Toolkit integrating two pipelines for personalized profiling and biosignature identification. Cancer Genomics Proteomics. 03-04;13(2):141-150 (SCI)
  4. Tseng, C.H., Tsai, H.J., and Chang, C.M* (2014). A Complete Molecular Diagnostic Procedure for Applications in Surveillance and Subtyping of Avian Influenza Virus.Biomed Research International. 2014, 653056. (SCI) (*correspondence)
  5. Pačes J., Huang Y-T., Pačes V., Ridl J and Chang, C-M* (2013) New Insight into Transcription of Human Endogenous Retroviral Elements. New Biotechnology, 30(3): 314-318.(SCI) (*correspondence)
  6. Su, L-C., Chang, C-M., Tseng, Y-L., Chang, Y-F., Li, Y-C., Chang, Y-S., Chou, C (2012)  Rapid and Highly Sensitive Method for Influenza A (H1N1) Virus Detection. Analytical Chemistry. 84, 3914-3920. (SCI) (Co-First Author)
  7. Chang C-S., Chen C-F., Berthouly-Salazar C., Chazara  O., Lee Y-P., Chang C-M., Chang K-H., Bed_Hom B., and Tixier-Boichard M (2011) A global analysis of molecular markers and phenotypic traits in local chicken breeds in Taiwan. Animal Genetics, 43, 172–182 (SCI)
  8. Chen Y-T, Tsao Z, Chang S-T, Juang R-H, Wang L-C, Chang C-M, Wang C-H. (2012) Development of an antigen-capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay using monoclonal antibodies for detecting H6 avian influenza viruses. Journal of Microbiology, Immunology and Infection. 45, 243-247 (SCI)
  9. Tsai T-S., Huang M-Y, Chang Y-T, Wang C-Y, Lin J-L, Hung P-C, Lin S-P, Sun C-F, Wang W-S, Chang C-M, Chang S-C, and Chu D-C (2011). High-resolution melting analysis is a more effective approach for screening TSC genes mutations. Genetic Testing and Molecular Biomarkers 15, 415-421. (SCI)
  10. Wu Y P., Chang C-M., Hung C Y., Tsai M C, Schuyler S C., and Wang R Y. (2011). Japanese encephalitis virus co-opts the ER-stress response protein GRP78 for viral infectivity. Virology Journal  8, 128. (SCI)(Co-First authur)
  11. Chang S-C, Chang C-M, Huang Y-C, Chiu C-H, Shih S-R, and Lin T-Y (2010). Preexisting antibodies against pandemic H1N1 2009 virus in Taiwan. Clinical Infectious Diseases 51,1465-7. (SCI)
  1. Chiou C-C., Chen T-L., Tsao K-C., Shih S-R., Huang C-G., Huang Y-L & Chang C-M*. (2010) Detection of pandemic (H1N1) 2009 influenza virus by allele discrimination. Clinica Chimica Acta 411:1080-3.(SCI) (*correspondence)
  2. Huang K.S., Lee S.E., Yeh Y., Shen G.S., Mei E. & Chang C-M*. (2010) Taqman real-time quantitative PCR for identification of western flower thrip (Frankliniella occidentalis) for plant quarantine. Biology Letters,  6:555-7 (SCI)(*correspondence)
  3. Lebarbenchon C., Chang C-M., Grandhomme V., Dietrich M., Kayser Y., Elguero E., Renaud F., Thomas F. & van der Werf S., Michel Gauthier-Clerc M. (2010) Avian Influenza Circulation in the Camargue (South of France) During the 2006–07 Season. Avian Diseases 54:446–9, (SCI)
  4. Roche B., Lebarbenchon C., Gauthier-Clerc M., Chang C-M., Thomas F., Renaud F., van der Werf S. & Guégan J.F. (2009) Water-borne transmission drives avian influenza dynamics in wild birds: the case of the 2005-2006 epidemics in the Camargue area. Infection Genetics and Evolution 9, 800-5. (SCI)
  5. Chang C-M*., Lebarbenchon C., Gauthier-Clerc M., Le Bohec C., Beaune D., Le Maho Y. & van der Werf S. (2009) Molecular surveillance for avian influenza A virus in king penguins (Aptenodytes patagonicus). Polar Biology 32, 663-5. (SCI) (*correspondence)
  6. Lebarbenchon C., Chang C-M* (Co-correspondence)., Gauthier-Clerc M., Thomas F., Renaud F. & van der Werf S. (2009) H9N2 avian influenza virus in a Mediterranean gull. Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine 3, 121-3.
  7. Lebarbenchon C., van der Werf S., Thomas F., Aubin J.T., Azebi S., Cuvelier F., Jeannin P., Roca V., Chang C-M., Kayser Y., Roche B., Guegan J.F., Renaud F. & Gauthier-Clerc M. (2007) Absence of detection of highly pathogenic H5N1 in migratory waterfowl in southern France in 2005-2006. Infection, genetics and evolution 7, 604-8. (SCI)
  8. Lebarbenchon C., Chang C-M., van der Werf S., Aubin J.T., Kayser Y., Ballesteros M., Renaud F., Thomas F. & Gauthier-Clerc M. (2007) Influenza A virus in birds during spring migration in the Camargue, France. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 43, 789-93. (SCI)
  9. Chang C-M*., Furet J.P., Coville J.L., Coquerelle G., Gourichon D. & Tixier-Boichard M. (2007) Quantitative effects of an intronic retroviral insertion on the transcription of the tyrosinase gene in recessive white chickens. Animal Genetics 38, 162-7. (SCI) (*correspondence)
  10. Chang C-M*., Coville J.L., Coquerelle G., Gourichon D., Oulmouden A. & Tixier-Boichard M. (2006) Complete association between a retroviral insertion in the tyrosinase gene and the recessive white mutation in chickens. BMC Genomics 7, 19. (SCI) (*correspondence)
  11. Wang C-H. & Chang C-M. (2000) Pathogenicity and gene analysis of adenovirus from pigeons with inclusion body hepatitis.  Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 62, 989-93. (SCI)
  12. Wang C.H. & Chang C-M. (2000) Two nucleic acid detecting methods applied in pigeon adenovirus. Journal of the Chinese Society of Veterinary Science 26, 204-12.