LIU Xiaolu

Associate Professor
office location:106&110 of Li Hua Lou
Research Interests:Functional genomics,Resources and Applied Microbiology (Probiotics Functional Mechanism Research), Environmental Microbiology (Environmental Biodegradation); Plant and Microbial Interaction Research

Jun.2010-Present, University of Science and Technology Beijing, Associate Professor.
Jul.2007-Jun.2010, Institute of Crop Sciences, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Ph.D.
Sep.2005-Jul.2007, Institute of Crop Sciences, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Crop Genetics and Breeding.
Sep.2001-Jul.2005, Nanjing Agricultural University, biotechnology, B.S. Undergraduate Curriculum: Basic Life Sciences,Introduction to Modern Life Science,Cell Biology Experiment

Scientific research achievements

Science Achievements Presided over 1 national major special sub-project, 1 National Natural Science Foundation project, and 10 horizontal projects, funded by the Beijing Young Talents Program. Mainly participated in 2 projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, 1 provincial and ministerial level vertical project, 1 national science and technology support project, and planning 3 projects for the provincial modern agricultural demonstration zone. Awards/Patents (1) Hai Yan, Le Lv, Chunhua Yin, Xiaolu Liu, Qianqian Xu, Xin Zhang, Keyi Zhang. A method for producing microecological preparations using kitchen waste, 2013.1.9, China,201010530536.6. (2) Hai Yan, Le Lv, Chunhua Yin, Xiaolu Liu, Qianqian Xu, Xin Zhang, Keyi Zhang, Mike Shanqi, Zhiguo Wang. Preparation method for promoting plant growth and controlling pest micro-ecological foliar fertilizer, 2013.1, China, 201110069142.X. (3) Hai Yan, Le Lv, Chunhua Yin, Xiaolu Liu, Qianqian Xu, Xin Zhang, Keyi Zhang, Mike Shanqi, Wenjing Zhang, Yuting Ji. Method for producing micro-ecological foliar fertilizer by using probiotics and microalgae, 2013.7, China, 201010546192.8.

Enrollment plan


Representative papers

The recent representative publications are as follows (*Corresponding author)
(1) Chen XX, He S, Liang ZB, Li QX, Yan H, Hu JY, Liu XL*. Biodegradation of pyraclostrobin by two microbial communities from Hawaiian soils and metabolic mechanism.Journal of Hazardous Materials,Vol.354, pp.225-230, 2018 (IF: 7.65)
(2) Wang Y, Zhang HY, Yan H, Yin CH, Y Liu, Xu QQ, Liu XL*, Zhang ZB*,.Effective Biodegradation of Aflatoxin B1 Using the Bacillus licheniformis (BL010) Strain. Toxins, Vol.10, pp.497, 2018 ( IF: 4.00)
(3) He S, Feng K, Ding T, Huang KH, Yan H, Liu XL*, Zhang ZB*. Complete genome sequence of Bacillus licheniformis BL-010. Microbial Pathogenesis, Vol.118, pp.199–201, 2018. ( IF: 2.58)
(4) He S, Feng K, Gao YM, Chen XX, Liu XL*. Determination of Picoxystrobin Residues in Watermelon Field Trials by Rapid Resolution Liquid Chromatography Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry:Dissipation Kinetics and Terminal Residues. Food Science and Technology Research, Vol.24, pp.97-103, 2018
(5) Chen XX, He S, Gao YM, Ma YC, Hu JY, Liu XL*. Dissipation behavior, residue distribution and dietary risk assessment of field-incurred boscalid and pyraclostrobin in grape and grape field soil via MWCNTs-based QuEChERS using an RRLC-QqQ-MS/MS technique. Food Chemistry, Vol.274 pp.291–297, 2019. (IF: 5.39)
(6) Wang WJ, Chen XX, Yan H, Hu JY, Liu XL*. Complete genome sequence of the cyprodinil-degrading bacterium Acinetobacter johnsonii LXL_C1. Microbial Pathogenesis, Vol.127, pp.246-249,2019. ( IF: 2.58)
(7) Dong X, Lv L , Wang WJ , Liu YZ , Yin CH , Xu QQ, Yan H, Fu JX*, Liu XL*. Differences in Distribution of Potassium-Solubilizing Bacteria in Forest and Plantation Soils in Myanmar. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, Vol.16, pp.700, 2019. ( IF: 2.94)
(8) Cai ZG, Feng K, Li X, Yan H, Zhang ZB*, Liu XL*. Pre‑breeding: the role of antioxidant enzymes on maize in salt stress tolerance. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, VoL.41, pp.102, 2019. ( IF: 1.91)
(9) Feng K, Cai ZG, Ding T, Yan H, Liu XL*. Zhang ZB*. Effects of potassium-solubulizing and photosynthetic bacteria on tolerance to salt stress in maize. Journal of Applied Microbiology, VoL.126, pp. 1530-1540, 2019. ( IF: 2.80)

Postgraduate training


  • School of Chemistry and Biological Engineering, USTB
  • 30 Xueyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing,100083