1.Guan D, Shao J, Deng Y, Wang P, Zhao Z, Liang Y, Wang J, Yan B. 2014. CMGRN: an integrative web-based framework for constructing multi-level gene regulatory networks using ChIP-seq and gene expression data. Bioinformatics. (PMID: 24389658).
2.Leung HM, Leung AOW, Wang HS, Ma KK, Liang Y, Ho KC, Cheung KC, Towhidi R, Yung KKL. 2014. Assessment of heavy metals/metalloid (As, Pb, Cd, Ni, Zn, Cr, Cu, Mn) concentrations in edible fish species tissue in the Pearl River Delta (PRD), China. Marine Pollution Bulletin. (PMID: 24239097) (in press).
3.Zhang Y, Han BP, Yan B, Zhou QM, Liang Y*. 2014. Genotoxicity of disinfection byproducts upon chlorination of nine different freshwater algal species at variable reaction time. J Water Supply Res Tech – AQUA (in press).
4.Chen X, Zhou XF, Zhang YL, Liang Y*. 2014. Phenol removal by a novel non-photo dependent semiconductor catalyst (CT) in a pilot-scaled study: effects of initial phenol concentration, light and catalyst loading. J. Nanomaterials. vol. 2014 (in press).
5.Chen X, Zhang YL, Zhou XF, Ichimura S, Tong GX, Zhou QM, Chen X, Wang WZ, Liang Y*. 2014. Application of a novel semiconductor catalyst (CT) in degradation of aromatic pollutants in wastewater: phenol and catechol. J. Nanomaterials. vol. 2014, Article ID 524141, 10 pages, doi:10.1155/2014/524141
6.Kwok CK, Liang Y*, Leung SY, Wang H, Dong YH, Young L, Lam PKS, Giesy JP, Wong MH. 2014. Bioaccumulation of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) at an estuary wetland in the Pearl River Delta, China. Environ. Sci. Poll. Res. 20 (12), 8425-8434.
7.Ip KKL, Liang Y, Lin L, Wu H, Xue J, Qiu JW. 2014. Biological control of invasive apple snails by two species of carp: Effects on non-target species matter. Biological Control. 71:16-22.
8.Wang C, Tang Z, Zhang Y, Liang Y, Song F, Cai Z. 2013. A new method for identification of in vitro metabolites of 2,3,7,8-TCDD with rat liver microsomes by using liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. Analytical Methods. 5:2757-2760.
9.Tong GX, Wu W, Du F, Wu R, Liu F, Liang Y*. 2013. Enhanced reactive oxygen species (ROS) yields and antibacterial activity of spongy ZnO/ZnFe2O4 hybrid micro-hexahedra selectively synthesized through a versatile glucose-engineered co-precipitation/annealing process. J. Mat. Chem. 1(20):2647-2657.
10.Hong HC, Huang FQ, Wang FY, Ding LX, Lin HJ, Liang Y*. 2013. Properties of sediment NOM collected from a drinking water reservoir in South China, and its association with THMs and HAAs formation. J. Hydrol. 476:274-279.
11.Hong HC, Xiong Y, Luan M, Liao F, Lin H, Liang Y*. 2013. Factors affecting THMs, HAAs and HNMs formation of Jin Lan Reservoir water exposed to chlorine and monochloramine. Sci. Total Environ. 444:196-204.
12.Tong GX, Du FF, Liang Y*, Wu RN, Hu Q, Guan JG, Hu X. 2013. Polymorphous ZnO complex architectures: selective synthesis, mechanism, surface area- and Zn-polar plane-codetermining antibacterial activity. J. Mat. Chem. 1:454-463. (cover photo).
13.Wang ZW, Liang JS, Liang Y*. 2013. Decolorization of Reactive Black 5 by a newly isolated bacterium Bacillus sp. YZU1. Int. Biodeter. Biodegr. 76:41-48.
14.Liang Y*, Lui YS, Hong HC. 2012. Fatty acids and algal lipids as precursors of chlorination by-products. J. Environ. Sci. 24(11):1942-1946.
15.Chow KL, Man YB, Liang Y*, Tam NFY, Wong MH. 2012. Characterizing the optimal operation of photocatalytic degradation of BDE-209 by nano-sized TiO2. J. Environ. Sci. 24(9):1-9.
16.Lui YS, Hong HC, Zheng GJS, Liang Y*. 2012. Fractionated algal organic matter as precursors of disinfection by-products and mutagens upon chlorination. J. Haz Mat. 209-210:278-284. (IF: 4.173).
17.Tong GX, Hu Q, Wu WH, Li W, Qian H, Liang Y*. 2012. Submicrometer-sized NiO octahedral: facile one-pot solid synthesis, formation mechanism, and chemical conversion into Ni octahedral with excellent microwave-absorbing properties. J. Mat. Chem. 22:17494-17504.
18.Bao LJ, Xu SP, Liang Y, Zeng EY. 2012. Development of a low-density polyethylene-containing passive sampler for measuring dissolved hydrophobic compounds in open water. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 31(5):1012-18.
19.Tong GX, Liu FT, Wu WH, Shen JP, Hu X, Liang Y*. 2012. Polymorphous a- and b-Ni(OH)2 complex architectures: morphological and phasal evolution mechanism and enhanced catalytic activity as non-enzymatic glucose sensors. Cryst. Eng. Comm. 14:5963-5973.
20.Liu LY, Wang JZ, Qiu JW, Liang Y, Zeng EY. 2012. Persistent organic pollutants in coastal sediment off South China in relation to the importance of anthropogenic inputs. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 31(12):1-8.
21.Yu HY, Shen RL, Liang Y, Cheng HF, Zeng Eddy. 2011. Inputs of antifouling paint-derived dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethanes (DDTs) to a typical mariculture zone (South China): potential impact on aquafarming environment. Environ. Pollut. 159:3700-3705.
22.Yu HY, Bao LJ, Liang Y, Zeng Eddy. 2011. Field Validation of Anaerobic Degradation Pathways for Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) and 13 Metabolites in Marine Sediment Cores from China. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45:5245-5252.
23.Chow KL, Mak NK, Wong MH, Zhou XF, Liang Y*. 2011. Generation of reactive oxygen species and oxidative stress in Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus by a novel semiconductor catalyst. J. Nanopart. Res. 13(3): 1007-1017.
24.Lui YS, Qiu JW, Zhang YL, Wong MH, Liang Y*. 2011. Algal-derived organic matter as precursors of disinfection by-products and mutagens upon chlorination. Wat. Res. 45:1454-1462.
25.Hong HC, Zhou HY, Lan CY, Liang Y*. 2010. Pentachlorophenol induced physiological-biochemical changes in Chlorella pyrenoidosa culture. Chemosphere. 81:1184-1188.
26.Wong PK, Liang Y, Liu NY, Qiu JW. 2010. Palatability of macrophytes to the invasive freshwater snail Pomacea canaliculata: differential effects of multiple plant traits. Freshwater Biology. 55(10):2023-2031.
27.Kwok CK, Yang SM, Mak NK, Wong CKC, Liang Y*, Leung SY, Young L, Wong MH. 2010. Ecotoxicological study on sediments of Mai Po Marshes, Hong Kong using organisms and biomarkers. Ecotox. Environ. Safe. 73:541-549.
28.Hong HC, Qiu JW, Liang Y*. 2010. Environmental factors influencing the distribution of total and fecal coliform bacteria in six water storage reservoirs in the Pearl River Delta Region, China. J. Environ. Sci. 22(4):1-6.
29.Hong HC, Wong MH, Liang Y*. 2009. Amino acids as precursors of trihalomethane and haloacetic acid formation during chlorination. Arch. Environ. Con. Tox. 56(4):638-45.
30.Hong HC, Mazumder A, Wong MH, Liang Y*. 2008. Yield of trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids upon chlorinating algal cells, and its prediction via algal cellular biochemical composition. Wat Res. 42:4941-4948.
31.Hong HC, Wong MH, Mazudmer A, Liang Y*. 2008. Trophic state, natural organic matter content, and disinfection by-product formation potential of six drinking water reservoirs in the Pearl River Delta, China. J Hydrol. 359:164-173.
32.Liang Y*, Fung PK, Tse MF, Hong HC, Wong MH. 2008. Source and seasonal variation of PAHs in the sediments of drinking water reservoirs in Hong Kong and the Dongjiang River (China). Environ. Monit. Assess. 146 (1-3):41-50.
33.Liang Y*, Hong HC, Dong LH, Poon B, Lan CY, Han BP and Wong MH. 2008. Sources and properties of natural organic matter (NOM) in water along the Dongjiang River (source of Hong Kong's drinking water) and toxicological assay of its chlorination by-products. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 54:597-605.
34.Hong HC, Liang Y*, Han BP, Mazumder A, Wong MH. 2007. Modeling of trihalomethane (THM) formation via chlorination of the water from Dongjiang River (source water for Hong Kong’s drinking water). Sci. Total Environ. 385: 48-54.
35.Liang Y*, Tse MF, Young L, Wong MH. 2007. Distribution patterns of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the sediments and fish at Mai Po Marshes Nature Reserve, Hong Kong. Wat. Res. 41: 1303-1311.
36.Li XL, Luan TG, Liang Y*, Wong MH and Lan CY. 2007. Distribution patterns of nonylphenol and octylphenol in the aquatic system at Mai Po Marshes Nature Reserve, a subtropical estuarine wetland in Hong Kong. J. Environ. Sci. 19(6): 657-662.
37.Liang Y*. 2007. Field assessment of sediment toxicities within a sub-tropical estuarine wetland in Hong Kong, using a local gastropod (Sermyla tornatella). Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 78(6): 494-498.
38.Liang Y and Wong MH. 2003. Spatial and temporal organic and trace metal pollution at Mai Po Marshes Nature Reserve, Hong Kong. Chemosphere 52(9): 1647-1658.
39.Liang Y and Wong MH. 2000. Reclamation of wastewater for polyculture of freshwater fish: bioassays using Chlorella and Gambusia. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 39(4): 506-514.
40.Liang Y, Wong MH, Shutes RBE and Revitt DM. 1999. Ecological risk assessment of PCBs contamination in Mai Po Marshes Nature Reserve, Hong Kong. Wat. Res. 33(6): 1337-1346.
41.Liang Y, Cheung RYH, and Wong MH. 1999. Reclamation of wastewater for polyculture of freshwater fish: bioaccumulation of trace metals in fish. Wat. Res. 33(11): 2690-2700.
42.Liang Y, Cheung RYH, Everitt S and Wong MH. 1999. Reclamation of wastewater for polyculture of freshwater fish: fish culture in ponds. Wat. Res. 33(9): 2099-2109.
43.Liang Y, Cheung RYH, Everitt S and Wong MH. 1998. Reclamation of wastewater for polyculture of freshwater fish: wastewater treatment in ponds. Wat. Res. 32(6): 1864-1880.