Huanming Yang

Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI)

Shenzhen, Guangdong 518083

China

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Low Pass Genomes of 141,431 Chinese Reveal Patterns of Viral Infection, Novel Phenotypic Associations, and the Genetic History of China

Number of pages: 93 Posted: 06 Jun 2018
Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) - Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), University of Oxford - Clinical Trial Service Unit and Epidemiological Studies Unit (CTSU), University of Oxford - Clinical Trial Service Unit and Epidemiological Studies Unit (CTSU), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), University of Copenhagen - Centre for GeoGenetics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) - Key Laboratory of Vertebrate Evolution and Human Origins, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) - Key Laboratory of Vertebrate Evolution and Human Origins, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), University of Copenhagen - Bioinformatics Centre, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), University of Oxford - Clinical Trial Service Unit and Epidemiological Studies Unit (CTSU), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), University of Washington - Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), University of Copenhagen - Bioinformatics Centre, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), University of Copenhagen - Centre for GeoGenetics and Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI)
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M-GWAS for the Gut Microbiome in Chinese Adults Illuminates on Complex Diseases

CELL-D-19-01165
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 07 May 2019
Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Technical University of Denmar - Center for Biological Sequence Analysis, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI) and Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI)
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whole genome, metagenome, gut microbiome, M-GWAS, gender stratification

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­­Age-Dependent Sexual Dimorphism in the Adult Human Gut Microbiota

CELL-D-19-01527
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 13 Jun 2019
Peking University - Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Pinggu Hospital, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Peking University - Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Peking University - Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Capital Medical University, Capital Medical University, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI) and Peking University - Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism
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Age, sex differences, the human adult gut microbiota

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Genetic Associations with Longevity Are Stronger in Females than in Males - A Bio-Demographic Analysis Contributing to a Research Basis for Precision Healthcare

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 05 Mar 2019
Duke University - Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development, Duke University - Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Peking University - Center for Healthy Aging and Development Studies, Zhejiang University - Institute of Translational Medicine, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention - National Institute of Environmental Health, Nanjing University - School of Business, Peking University - Center for Healthy Aging and Development Studies, Peking University - Center for Healthy Aging and Development Studies, Peking University - Department of Sociology, Peking University - Department of Sociology, Duke University, Duke University, Duke University, Government of the People's Republic of China - National Center of Gerontology, Government of the People's Republic of China - National Center of Gerontology, Peking University - School of Life Science, Peking University - School of Life Science, Duke University - School of Medicine, University of Southern Denmark, University of Southern Denmark, University College London - Institute for Global Health, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention - National Institute of Environmental Health, Duke University - Medical Center, Nanchang University - School of Life Science, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Zhejiang University - Institute of Translational Medicine, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI) and Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences - Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
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longevity; centenarians; genetic association with longevity; sex differences; bio-demography

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Recovered and Dead Outcome Patients Caused by Influenza a (H7N9) Virus Infection Show Different Pro-Inflammatory Cytokine Dynamics During Disease Progress and its Application in Real-Time Prognosis

Number of pages: 54 Posted: 07 Sep 2018
Shenzhen Third People’ s Hospital, Shenzhen Third People’ s Hospital, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) - BGI Education Center, Shenzhen Third People’ s Hospital, Shenzhen Third People’ s Hospital, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Shenzhen Third People’ s Hospital, Shenzhen Third People’ s Hospital, Shenzhen Third People’ s Hospital, Shenzhen Third People’ s Hospital, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) - CAS Key Laboratory of Pathogenic Microbiology and Immunology, Beijing Protein Innovation Co., Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) - BGI Education Center, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Shenzhen Third People’ s Hospital, Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Shenzhen Third People’ s Hospital and Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI)
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Cytokinemia; Influenza Virus; Prognosis; Clinical Cases