Cui Jinjie

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Dr. Cui Jinjie
Institute of Cotton Research (ICR)
Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS)
Address: No. 38, Huanghe Rd., Anyang, Henan, 455000, P.R. China
Phone: +86-372-2562217
Fax:   +86-372-2562296

Education Background
Cui Jinjie, a cotton pest control professor, obtained his BS degree in Entomology at Nanjing Agriculture University in 1990, received his MS and PhD degree in Agricultural Entomology at Graduate School of CAAS in 1998 and 2003.


Research Area
He is the PI of the Group of Cotton pest at Department of Plant Protection, and director of the Department of Plant Protection. He is the executive vice chief of Supervision, Inspection and Test Center of Genetic Modified Plants, Ministry of Agriculture P.R.C.(Anyang).He has been engaged in research of the cotton pest control and the bio-safety of genetically modified plants.

At present, he is the leader of the project of the evaluation of transgenic cotton environment impact in the 11th and 12th Five-Year Plan and national “973” project in the 11th Five-Year Plan. He has obtained five prizes including two Scientific and technological progress prize of Henan province and one scientific and technological progress prize of CAAS. 

He is the Chief Scientist of the innovative team of Integrated Management of Cotton Pests for science technology innovation project of CAAS. The team has 12 full-time researchers, including one professor, six associate professors and five assistant professors, involving the specialties of Agricultural Entomology, Ecology, and Botany and plant protection.

He has published over 150 papers, among more than 20 SCI papers. So far, he has applied for the 15 patents, 5 obtaining patents. Moreover, he has compiled 15 works for chief editor.
1. Cui, J., Luo, J., Werf, W. V. D., Ma, Y., & Xia, J. (2011). Effect of pyramiding Bt and CpTI genes on resistance of cotton to Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) under laboratory and field conditions. Journal of economic entomology, 104(2), 673-684
2. Hua, J. F., Zhang, S., Cui, J. J., Wang, D. J., Wang, C. Y., Luo, J. Y., & Lv, L. M. (2012). Identification and binding characterization of three odorant binding proteins and one chemosensory protein from Apolygus lucorum (Meyer-Dur). Journal of chemical ecology, 38(9), 1163-1170
3. Tan, G. Y., Nan, T. G., Gao, W., Li, Q. X., Cui, J. J., & Wang, B. M. (2013). Development of Monoclonal Antibody-Based Sensitive Sandwich ELISA for the Detection of Antinutritional Factor Cowpea Trypsin Inhibitor. Food Analytical Methods, 6(2), 614-620
4. Hua, J. F., Zhang, S., Cui, J. J., Wang, D. J., Wang, C. Y., Luo, J. Y., ... & Ma, Y. (2013). Functional characterizations of one odorant binding protein and three chemosensory proteins from Apolygus lucorum (Meyer-Dur)(Hemiptera: Miridae) legs. Journal of insect physiology, 59(7), 690-696
5. Li, Z. Q., Zhang, S., Ma, Y., Luo, J. Y., Wang, C. Y., Lv, L. M., ... & Cui, J. J. (2013).First Transcriptome and Digital Gene Expression Analysis in Neuroptera with an Emphasis on Chemoreception Genes in Chrysopa pallens (Rambur). PloS one, 8(6), e67151
6. Li, Z. Q., Zhang, S., Luo, J. Y., Cui, J. J., Ma, Y., & Dong, S. L. (2013). Two Minus-C odorant binding proteins from Helicoverpa armigera display higher ligand binding affinity