Toshiyuki Ueki


姓名:Toshiyuki Ueki 博士/教授
















1. 微生物腐蚀分子机制

2. 微生物蛋白质纳米线的生物技术应用




[1] Lekbach, Y., Ueki, T., Liu, X, Woodard, T. L., Yao, J., and Lovley, D. R. 2023. Microbial nanowires with genetically modified peptide ligands to sustainably fabricate electronic sensing devices. Biosensors and Bioelectronics. 226:115147.

[2] Woodard, T. L., Ueki, T., and Lovley, D. R. 2023. H2 Is a Major Intermediate in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Corrosion of Iron. mBio.

[3] Ueki, T., Woodard, T. L., and Lovley, D. R. 2022. Genetic Manipulation of Desulfovibrioferrophilus and Evaluation of Fe(III) Oxide Reduction Mechanisms. Microbiology Spectrum. 10:e03922-22.

[4] Liu, X, Ueki, T., Gao, H, Woodard, T. L., Nevin, K. P., Fu, T., Fu, S., Sun, L., Lovley, D. R., Yao, J. 2022. Microbial biofilms for electricity generation from water evaporation and power to wearables. Nature Communications. 13:4369.

[5] Ueki, T. and Lovley, D. R. 2022. Desulfovibrio vulgaris as a Model Microbe for the Study of Corrosion Under Sulfate-Reducing Conditions. mLife. 1:13-20.

[6] Ueki, T. 2021. Cytochromes in extracellular electron transfer in Geobacter. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 87:e03109-20.

[7] Tang, H.-Y., Yang, C., Ueki, T., Pittman, C. C., Xu, D., Woodard, T. L., Holmes, D. E., Gu, T., Wang, F., and Lovley, D. R. 2021. Stainless Steel Corrosion via Direct Iron-to-Microbe Electron Transfer by Geobacter Species. The ISME Journal. 15:3084-3093.

[8] Ueki, T., Walker, D. J. F., Woodard, T. L., Nevin, K. P., Nonnenmann, S. S., and Lovley, D. R. 2020. An Escherichia coli Chassis for Production of Electrically Conductive Protein Nanowires. ACS Synthetic Biology. 9:647-654.

[9] Ueki, T., Walker, D. J. F., Tremblay, P.-L., Nevin, K. P., Ward, J. E., Woodard, T. L., Nonnenmann, S. S., and Lovley, D. R. 2019. Decorating the Outer Surface of Microbially Produced Protein Nanowires with Peptides. ACS Synthetic Biology. 8:1809-1817.

[10] Tang, H.-Y., Holmes, D. E., Ueki, T., Palacios, P. A., and Lovley, D. R. 2019. Iron Corrosion via Direct Metal-Microbe Electron Transfer. mBio. 10:e00303-19.



Lovley, D. R., Ueki, T., Lovley, K. N. 2020. Microbial strain for electrosynthesis and electrofermentation. Patent number: 10711318.