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Xinhui Li

Specialty area(s)

Food microbiology, Antibiotic resistance in food chain, Inactivation of foodborne viruses

Current courses at UWL

Mic 230 Fundamentals of Microbiology, Mic 380 Food Microbiology, MIC 427/527 Industrial and Fermentation Microbiology, MIC 428/528 Fermentation Microbiology Laboratory

Education

Ph.D., the Ohio State University, 2011
M.Sc., South China University of Technology, 2007
B.Eng., South China University of Technology, 2004

Professional history

Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Delaware, Aug. 2011-Jan. 2015

Research and publishing

Research Interests:

1. Inactivation of foodborne viruses
2. Mitigation of antibiotic resistance in food chain

Selected publications:

Zhou W, Li X, Osmundson T, Shi L, Ren J, Yan H. 2018. WGS analysis of ST9-MRSA-XII isolates from live pigs in China provides insights into transmission among porcine, human and bovine hosts. J Antimicrob Chemother dky245, https://doi.org/10.1093/jac/dky245

Lacombe A, Niemira BA, Gurtler JB, Kingsley DH, Li X, Chen H. 2018. Surfactant-enhanced organic acid inactivation of Tulane virus, a human norovirus surrogate. J Food Prot 81:279-283.

Li X, Huang R, Chen H. 2017. Evaluation of assays to quantify infectious human norovirus for heat and high-pressure inactivation studies using tulane virus. Food Environ Virol 9:314-325.

Lacombe A, Niemira BA, Gurtler JB, Sites J, Boyd G, Kingsley DH, Li X, Chen H. 2017. Nonthermal inactivation of norovirus surrogates on blueberries using atmospheric cold plasma. Food Microbiol 63:1-5.

Lou F, DiCaprio E, Li X, Dai X, Ma Y, Hughes J, Chen H, Kingsley DH, Li J. 2016. Variable High-Pressure-Processing Sensitivities for Genogroup II Human Noroviruses. Appl Environ Microbiol 82:6037-6045.

Liu C, Li X, Chen H. 2015. Application of water-assisted ultraviolet light processing on the inactivation of murine norovirus on blueberries. Int J Food Microbiol 214:18-23.

Lou F, Ye M, Ma Y, Li X, DiCaprio E, Chen H, Krakowka S, Hughes J, Kingsley D, Li J. 2015. A gnotobiotic pig model for determining human norovirus inactivation by high-pressure processing. Appl Environ Microbiol 81:6679-6687.

Araud E, DiCaprio E, Yang Z, Li X, Lou F, Hughes JH, Chen H, Li J. 2015. High-pressure inactivation of rotaviruses: the role of treatment temperature and strain diversity in virus inactivation. Appl Environ Microbiol 81:6669-6678.

Li X, Chen H. 2015. Evaluation of the porcine gastric mucin binding assay for high-pressure-inactivation studies using murine norovirus and tulane virus. Appl Environ Microbiol 81:515-521.

Huang R, Li X, Huang Y, Chen H. 2014. Strategies to enhance high pressure inactivation of murine norovirus in strawberry puree and on strawberries. Int J Food Microbiol 185:1-6.

Ye M, Li X, Kingsley DH, Jiang X, Chen H. 2014. Inactivation of human norovirus in contaminated oysters and clams by high-hydrostatic pressure. Appl Environ. Microbiol 80:2248-2253.

Li X, Chen H, Kingsley DH. 2013. The influence of temperature, pH, and water immersion on the high hydrostatic pressure inactivation of GI.1 and GII.4 human noroviruses. Int J Food Microbiol 167:138-143.

Kingsley DH, Li X, Chen H. 2013. Temperature effects for high-pressure processing of picornaviruses. Food Environ Virol 6:58-61.

Li X, Ye M, Neetoo H, Golovan S, Chen H. 2013. Pressure inactivation of Tulane virus, a candidate surrogate for human norovirus and its potential application in food industry. Int J Food Microbiol 162:37-42.

Ye L, Zhang L, Li X, Shi L, Huang Y, Wang HH. 2013. Antibiotic resistant bacteria associated with retail aquaculture products from Guangzhou, China. J Food Prot 76:295-301.

Li X, Li Y, Alvarez V, Harper WJ, Wang HH. 2011. Effective antibiotic resistance mitigation during cheese fermentation. Appl Environ Microbiol 77:7171–7175.

Li X, Li Y, Alvarez V, Harper WJ, Wang HH. 2011. Persistent, toxin-antitoxin
system-independent tetracycline resistance-encoding plasmid from a dairy Enterococcus faecium isolate. Appl Environ Microbiol 77:7096-7103.

Li X, Shi L, Yang W, Li L, Yamasaki S. 2006. New array of aacA4-catB3-dfrA1 gene cassettes and a noncoding cassette from a class-1-integron positive clinical strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Antimicrob Agents Chemother 50:22.