Prof. Yanbin Li

Prof. Yanbin Li

University of Arkansas, USA



1989  Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, USA

1985  M.Sc., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

1978  B.Sc., Shenyang Agricultural University, China

Publications (selected)

  1. Li, M., L. Cooney, A. Pradhan, A. Mauromoustakos, P. Crandall, M. Slavik, and Y. Li. 2011. A predictive model for the inactivation of Listeria innocua in cooked poultry products during postpackage pasteurization. J. Food Prot. 74(8): 1261-1267.
  2. Lum, J., R. Wang, K. Lassiter, B. Srinivasan, D. Abi-Ghanem, L. Berghman, B. Hargis, S. Tung, H. Lu, and Y. Li. 2012. Rapid detection of avian influenza H5N1 virus using impedance measurement of immuno-reaction coupled with RBC amplification. Biosens. Bioelectron. 38(1):67-73.
  3. Pradhan, A., Y. Li, J. Marcy, M. Johnson and M. Tamplin. 2007. Pathogen kinetics and heat/mass transfer-based predictive models for Listeria in irregular-shape poultry products during thermal processing. J. Food Prot. 70(3): 607-615.
  4. Varshney, M., and Y. Li. 2007. Interdigitated array microelectrode based impedance biosensor coupled with magnetic nanoparticle-antibody conjugates for detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in food samples. Biosens. Bioelectron. 22(11): 2408-2424.
  5. Wang, H., Y. Li, Andrew Wang, and M. Slavik. 2011. Quantum dot labeled fluorescence immunoassay for simultaneous detection of three pathogens in food samples. J. Food Prot. 74(12):2039-2047.
  6. Wang, R., W. Dong, C. Ruan, D. Kanayeva, K. Lassiter, R. Tian and Y. Li. 2008. TiO2 nanowire bundle microelectrode based impedance immunosensor for rapid and sensitive detection of Listeria monocytogenes. Nano Lett. 8(9): 2625-2631.
  7. Yang, L., and Y. Li. 2006. Detection of viable Salmonella using microelectrode-based capacitance measurement coupled with immunomagnetic separation. J. Microbiol. Meths. 64(1): 9-16.