Principal Investigator

Prof. Dr. Dingbin Liu

Research Center for Analytical Science, College of Chemistry, Nankai University,
94 Weijin Road, Tianjin 300071, China
Tel: (+86)-22-23497707

Prof.Dingbin Liu received his B.S. in 2006 from Lanzhou University and his Ph.D. in 2012 from the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China (NCNST) under the direction of Prof. Xingyu Jiang. After a short postdoctoral training at Dr. Xiaoyuan Chen' lab at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) under the support of NRC NIH/NIST Joint Postdoctoral Associateship, he joined the College of Chemistry at Nankai University in 2014. He is also a principal investigator at the State Key Laboratory of Medicinal Chemical Biology and the Collaborative Innovation Center of Chemical Science and Engineering (Tianjin). Prof. Liu was elected as the member of the Hundred Youth Academic Leader of Nankai University.

Latest PublicationsMORE >>
  • Reversible zwitterionic coordination enables rapid, high-yield, and high-purity isolation of extracellular vesicles from biofluids
    2023 Sci Adv-MB@CP-EV isolation
  • Identification of faecal extracellular vesicles as novel biomarkers for the non-invasive diagnosis and prognosis of colorectal cancer
    2023 JEV-fEVs as new biomarkers-CRC diagnosis
  • Achieving Ultrasensitive Chromogenic Probes for Rapid, Direct Detection of Carbapenemase-Producing Bacteria in Sputum
    2023 Jacs Au-POCT-Carbapenemase
  • A double-switch pHLIP system enables selective enrichment of circulating tumor microenvironment-derived extracellular vesicles
    2023 PNAS-pHILP-cTME-EVs
  • Self-Referenced Synthetic Urinary Biomarker for Quantitative Monitoring of Cancer Development
    2023 Jacs-Ratiometric Raman-Urinalysis
  • In-Sequence High-Specificity Dual-Reporter Unlocking of Fluorescent Probe Enables the Precise Identification of Atherosclerotic Plaques
    2023 Angew-ROS imaging

The development of high-performance analytical methods is key to biomedical analysis and clinical diagnosis. It remains a formidable challenge to extract target signals from complex biological systems. In recent years, our research work focuses on the recording of weak target signals from complex biological systems. Our research interests mainly include: 1) background-free Raman spectroscopy, 2) stimulus-responsive biosensing system, 3) high-sensitivity assays for rapid analysis, and 4) labeling and analysis of extracellular vesicles.

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