Professor Fun-In Wang

Highest Degree: Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA.

Research Area: Veterinary pathology; Diagnostic pathology; Pathogenesis of viral diseases and of swine diseases

Tel: +886-2-3366-1285

Email: fiwangvm@ntu.edu.tw

Office hours: by appointment

王汎熒老師

Publications
  • Journal Papers

      1. Wang*, F.I., Yu, J.F., Chen, J.L., Lai, Y.H., Jeng, C.R., Liu, C.H., Chang, P.H., Pang, V.F.,  2015. A primary splenic fibrosarcoma with hepatic metastasis in a captive koala (Phascolarctos cinereus). Taiwan Vet J 41, 45-49.
      2. Hung, S.Y., Wang, F.I.,* 2015. Impairment of non-phagocytosis-associated oxidative burst to Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae in porcine neutrophils induced by pseudorabies virus.  Taiwan Vet J 41, 21-29.
      3. Wang, F.I., Deng, M.C., Huang, Y.L., Chang, C.Y.,* 2015. Structures and functions of pestivirus glycoproteins: not simply surface matters.  Viruses-Basel 7, 3506-3529. (SCI)
      4. Huang, Y.L., Deng, M.C., Wang, F.I., Huang, C.C. Chang, C.Y.,* 2014. The challenges of classical swine fever control: modified live and E2 subunit vaccines. Virus Res 179, 1-11. (SCI)
      5. Tung, Y.C., Chang, C.Y., Wang, F.I.,* 2014. The classical swine fever virus LPC vaccine and E2 glycoproteins protect from challenge with genotypically homologous viruses Taiwan Vet J 40,163-172.
      6. Chiu, K.C., Hsieh, C.Y., Chang, T.C., Lin, Y.C., Hu, S.C., Wang, F.I.,* 2014. Frequent presence of porcine teschovirus antigens in visceral and lymphoid organs of nonsuppurative encephalitic pigs in endemic field situation. Taiwan Vet J 40, 49-55.
      7. Chiu, S.C., Yang, C.L., Chen, Y.M., Hu, S.C., Chiu, K.C., Lin, Y.C., Chang, C.Y., Wang, F.I.,* 2014. Multiple models of porcine teschovirus pathogenesis in endemically infected pigs. Vet Microbiol 168, 69-77. (SCI)
      8. Chiu, S.C., Lin, Y.C., Huang, T.S., Chiu, K.C., Hu, S.C., Huang, C.C., Pang, V.F., Wang, F.I.,* 2013. Immunohistochemical characterization of porcine teschovirus antigen distribution and histological lesions in chronic infected pigs. Taiwan Vet J 39, 8-18.
      9. Chiu, S.C., Hu, S.C., Chang C.C., Chang, C.Y., Huang, C.C., Pang, V.F., Wang, F.I.,* 2012. The role of porcine teschovirus in causing diseases in endemically infected pigs. Vet Microbiol 161, 88-95. (SCI)
      10. Chang, C.Y., Huang, C.C., Deng, M.C., Huang, Y.L., Lin, Y.J., Liu, H.M., Lin, Y.L., Wang, F.I.,* 2012. Identification of conformation epitopes and antigen-specific residues at the D/A domains and the extramembrane C-terminal region of E2 glycoprotein of classical swine fever virus. Virus Res 168, 56-63. (SCI)
      11. Chang, C.Y., Huang, C.C., Deng, M.C., Huang, Y.L., Lin, Y.J., Liu, H.M., Lin, Y.L., Wang, F.I.,* 2012. Antigenic mimicking with cysteine-based cyclized peptides reveals a previously unknown antigen determinant on E2 glycoprotein of classical swine fever virus. Virus Res 163,190-196. (SCI)
      12. Wang F.I.*, Chang, C.Y., Huang, C.C., 2012. Togaviruses, chapter 46, pp. 644-646, In: Disease of Swine, 10th edition, Zimmerman J et al (Eds), Wiley.  Chapter in textbook.
      13. Lee, F, Chen, J.L., Lin, J.M., Wang, F.I.,* 2011. Presence of Bluetongue virus in the marginal zone of the spleen of acute infected sheep.  Vet microbiol 152, 96-100. (SCI)
      14. Lee, F., Ting, L.J., Lee, M.S., Chang, W.M., Wang, F.I.,* 2011. Genetic analysis of two Taiwanese bluetongue viruses. Vet microbiol 148,140-149. (SCI)
      15. Chang, C.Y., Huang, C.C., Lin, Y.J., Deng, M.C., Tsai, C.H., Chang, W.M., Wang, F.I.,* 2010.  Identification of antigen-specific residues on E2 glycoprotein of classical swine fever virus. Virus Res 152:65-72. (SCI)
      16. Chang, C.Y., Huang, C.C., Lin, Y.J., Deng, M.C., Chen, H.C., Tsai, C.H., Chang, W.M., Wang, F.I.,* 2010. Antigen domain analysis of classical swine fever virus E2 glycoprotein by mutagenesis and conformation-dependent antibodies. Virus Res 149,183-189. (SCI)
      17. Lee, F., Ting, L.J., Jong, M.H., Chang, W.M., Wang, F.I.,* 2010. Subclinical bluetongue virus infection in domestic ruminants in Taiwan. Vet Microbiol 142,225-231. (SCI)

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