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Ma Hongbao hongbao at pilot.msu.edu
Sun Apr 27 21:03:28 EST 1997


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Dear Dr. :
	I am a biochemist in Michigan State University. I am applying the
position in your project.
	Enclosed is my resume.
							Sincerely yours,
							Dr. Ma Hongbao
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                  		Resume of  Ma Hongbao

Personal Information:
    Name: Ma Hongbao;  
    Age: 37;  Sex: Male;  Citizenship: Chinese;  Health condition: good
    Birth: April 29, 1957 in Xian, Shaanxi, P.R.China
    Marry status: Married, one daughter 10 years old

Address:
   702-107 Cherry Lane Apartments, Michigan State University, East
Lansing, MI 48823, USA
   Telephone: (517) 355-7782 (Home); (517) 432-0623 (Office)
   E-mail: hongbao at pilot.msu.edu
   Home Page: http://pilot.msu.edu/user/hongbao/

Objective:
   To apply a position as a scientist depending on my academic
background and diligent character

Education:
   1994: Ph. D., Biochemistry, Peking University, Beijing, China
   1990: M. S., Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Hunan Agricultural
College, Changsha, China
   1982: B. S., Plant Physiology, Northwestern University, Xian, China

Experience:
   1996-present: Research Associate, biochemistry of atherosclerosis and
thrombosis, Michigan State 	University, USA
   1994-1996: Postdoctoral, property and function of metalloprotein,
Harvard Medical School, USA
   1990-1994: Ph. D. student, structure and function of metalloprotein,
Peking University, China
   1987-1990: Graduate student, physiology and biochemistry of  rice,
Hunan Agricultural College, China
   1982-1997: Researcher and Manager, researches and business for
various agricultural and industrious 	products, The Local Products and
Sundry Goods Company of Shaanxi Province, China

Skills:
   Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Cell Culture, Chemistry, Isolation
and Detection of Bio-molecules, Computer Application

Honors:
   Peking University Scholarship; Hunan Agricultural College Scholarship

Publications
Articles:
1.	Li Lingyuan, Ma Hongbao, and Ru Binggen, "Isolation, purification and
biochemical properties of metallothionein from earthworm (Pheretima
guilleimi)," Chinese Biochemical Journal, 10 (4):444-450 (1995)
2.	Li Lingyuan, Ma Hongbao and Ru Binggen, "Analysis of metallothionein
of organs and tissues of hedgehog under the condition of metal
inducement," Acta Theriologica Sinica, 15(1):65-70 (1995)
3.	Ma Hongbao, Li Lingyuan, Lu Yingchun and Ru Binggen, "Preliminary
Studies on metal resistance and Supplement of metallothionein synthesis
in earthworm," in Supplement of Acta Animala Sinica, pp.161-167 (1995)
4.	Ma Hongbao Ma Hongbao, Xiao Guishan, Tong Xiangjun, Li Lingyuan, Min
Guangwei, Zhai Zhonghe and Ru Binggen, "The isolation and purification,
ultraviolet absorption, fluorescence emission, circular dichroism and
scanning tunneling microscopy of metallothioneins from earthworm induced
by cadmium," Acta Biophsca Sinica, 10 (4):529-536 (1994)
5.	Ma Hongbao, "Trace elements and life," The Earth, 73(5):19(1993)
6.	Li Lingyuan and Ma Hongbao, "A hot topic in
biochemistry-metallothionein," World Agriculture, 172 (8):26-27 (1993)
7.	Ma Hongbao, Li Lingyuan and Ru Binggen, "Isolation, purification and
biochemical properties of metallothionein from liver of hedgehog induced
by cadmium," in Proceedings of International Symposium on the Frontiers
of Peptide-protein Chemistry and Biotechnology, pp.75-83 (August 25-28,
1993, Guilin, China)
8.	Li Lingyuan, Ma Hongbao and Ru Binggen, "Isolation, purification and
biochemical properties of metallothionein from earthworm induced by
cadmium," in Proceedings of International Symposium on the Frontiers of
Peptide-protein Chemistry and Biotechnology, pp.86-94 (Aug. 25-28, 1993,
Guilin, China)
9.	Aihua Pan, Feng Tie, Zhengwen Duan, Ma Hongbao, Lingyuan Li and
Binggen Ru, "purification and characterization of hedgehog liver
metallothionein," Biochemical Chromatography, 7:94-98 (1993)
10.	Lu Xiangyang, Rao Liqun, Yi Jianhua, Ma Hongbao and Luo Zemin,
"Effects of temperature and Daylength on fertility of 'An Nong S-1' and
the mechanism of its pollen abortion," Journal of Hunan Agriculture
College, 17(3):427-433 (1991)
11.	Zhang Ziyou, Shao Mengming, Qi Shengli, Guo Xiaoxia, Ma Hongbao and
Ren Hongqi, "Study on wax secretion capacity of the white wax insect in
China," Zoological Research,9(1):93-97(1988)
12.	Ma Jiming, Ma Hongbao, Wang Yuguo, Du Liang and Ma Xiaoping, "The
experiments of asexual reproduction of Bambusa emeiensis," Science and
Technology of Shaanxi Forestry, 3:14-16 (1986)
13.	Zhang Ziyou, Shao Mengming, Wang Zhongjie, Ma Hongbao, Ming Shuhong,
Huang Min and Chen Changyou, "Wax-producing quantity of white wax insect
under the different ecological condition," La Animala Mondon, 3
(2-3):95-98 (1986)
14.	Zhang Ziyou, Shao Mengming, Ma Jiming,  Ma Hongbao, Ming Shuhong,
Yang Kaimu and Ma Xiaoping, "Study on breeding white wax insect under
different ecological condition," La Amimala Mondon, 2 (3-4):227-233
(1985)
15.  Zhang Ziyou, Shao Mengming, Ren Hongqi and Ma Hongbao, "Power of
the white wax insect (Ericerus Pela xhavannes) to resist wind and its
application to the production of insect wax," La Animala Mondon, 2
(2):125-131 (1985)
16.	Ma Hongbao, et al., "Zn-exchange between 65Zn-Gal4 and
metallothhionein," in press
17.	Ma Hongbao, et al., "Zinc clust of the transcription factor Gal4
with 65Zn," in press
18.	Ma hongbao, et al., "Simultaneous determination of metallothionein
and thionein by a cadmium hemoglobin saturation assay," manuscript
finished.
19.	Ma Hongbao, et al., "Influence of ethanol on metallothionein and
thionein," manuscript finished.
20.	Ma Hongbao, et al., "Effect of Beta Carotene on Artherosclerosis and
Thrombosis," in edited
21.	Ma Hongbao, et al., "Gene transfer potentated by heating in
cardiology", in edited

Abstracts:
1.	Ma Hongbao, Li Lingyuan, Lu Yingchun and Ru Binggen,   "The analysis
and comparison of metallothionein from different tissues of rabbit and
rat induced by heavy metals," Supplement of Acta Animala Sinica (1995)
2.	Ma Hongbao, Xiao Quishan, Li Lingyuan and Ru Binggen, "The studies of
ultraviolet absorption, fluorescence, circular dichroism and raman
spectroscopy of metallothionein from liver of hedgehog and earthworm
induced by cadmium", the First East Asiam Symposium on Biophysics
(ASB94), page 78 (May 16-20, 1994, Harima Science Garden City, Hyogo,
Japan)
3.	Ma Hongbao, Xiao Quishan, Li Lingyuan and Ru Binggen, "The studies of
solution conformation of hedgehog liver metallothionein," The
Biophysical Annual of China, page 27 (April, 1994, Chongqing, China)
4.	Ma Hongbao, Xiao Quishan, Li Lingyuan and Ru Binggen, "the
conformation studies of metallothionein from earthworm induced by
cadmium," The Biophysical Annual of China, page 28 (April, 1994,
Chongqing, China)
5.	Ma Hongbao, Li Lingyuan, Lu Yingchun and Ru Binggen, "Analysis on
metallothionein of organs and tissues of hedgehog under the condition of
metal exposure," Supplement of Chinese Biochemical Journal, 7:105-106
(1993)
6.	Li Lingyuan, Ma Hongbao, Lu Yingchun and Ru Binggen, "the preliminary
studies on metal resistance and metallothionein of earthworm,"
Supplement of Chinese Biochemical Journal, 7:106-107 (1993)
7.	Ma Hongbao, Li Lingyuan and Ru Binggen, "Isolation, purification and
biochemical properties of metallothionein from liver of hedgehog induced
by cadmium," International Symposium on the Frontiers of Peptide-protein
Chemistry and Biotechnology, page 18 (August 25-28, 1993, Guilin, China)
8.	Li Lingyuan, Ma Hongbao and Ru Binggen, "Isolation, purification and
biochemical properties of cadmium-binding proteins from earthworm
induced by cadmium," International Symposium on the Frontiers of Peptide
protein Chemistry and Biotechnology, page 18 (August 25-28, 1993,
Guilin, China)
9.	Tie Feng, Pan Aihua, Li Lingyuan, Ma Hongbao and Ru Binggen,
"Measurement of sulphyl-containing protein during purification of
metallothionein or metallothionein proteins," The 6th Federation of
Asian and Oceanian Biochemists Congress, page 209 (November 16-21, 1992,
Shanghai, China)

References:
Professor Ru Binggen: Department of Biochemistry, Peking University,
Beijing 100871, China
Telephone: (01186) 1-250-1842

Professor Yang Xianjun: Beijing P.O. Box 275 (18)
China Institute of Atomic Energy, Beijing 102413, China

Professor Tie Feng: Department of Genetics, School of Medicine, Case
Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106-4955, USA
Telephone: (216) 368-6134; Fax: (216) 368-3432; E-mail: fxt8 at po.cwru.edu

Dr. Zhou Li: 11 Wellman, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 02114, USA
Telephone.: (617) 726-5916 (L)/(617) 322-7837 (H); E-mail:
zhou at frodo.mgh.harvard.edu

Dr. George Chen: Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology
B 420 Life Science Building, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48824, USA
Telephone: (517) 353-5476 or (517) 353-5447
E-mail: chengu at pilot.msu.edu

Dr. Chi Cheng: Department of Zoology, 203 Natural Science Building,
Michigan State University,
East Lansing, MI 48824, USA
Telephone: (517) 355-3326; Fax: (517) 432-2786; E-mail:
chengc at pilot.msu.edu



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