Publications of Prof. Hon-Ming Lam


1.             S. Zhang*, R. Runsheng, L. Zhang, S. Chen, M. Xie, L. Yang, Y. Xia, C. Foyer, Z. Zhao* H.-M. Lam*. 2020. New insights into Arabidopsis transcriptome complexity revealed by direct sequencing of native RNAs. Nucleic Acids Res. gkaa588,

2.             Y. Wang, S. Li,*, S. Qin, H. Guo, D. Yang, H.-M. Lam*. 2020. How can drip irrigation save water and reduce evapotranspiration compared to border irrigation in arid regions in northwest China. Agric. Water Manag. 239:106256.

3.             S. Wang, A. Meade, H.-M. Lam, H. Huo*. 2020. Evolutionary timeline and genomic plasticity underlying the lifestyle diversity in Rhizobiales. mSystems 5:e00438-20.

4.             D.D. Xu*, M.M. Leong, F.-L. Wong, H.-M. Lam, R. Hoeven. 2020. Photodynamic therapy on prostate cancer cells involve mitochondria membrane proteins. Photodiagn. Photodyn. 31:101933.

5.             Y.-S. Ku, M.-S. Ng, S.S. Cheng, A.W.-Y. Lo, Z. Xiao, T.-S. Shin, G. Chung* H.-M. Lam*. 2020 Understanding the composition, biosynthesis, accumulation and transport of flavonoids in Crops for the promotion of crops as healthy sources of flavonoids for human consumption. Nutrients 12:1717.

6.             Z. Tian, X. Li, M. Li, W. Wu, M. Zhang, C. Tang, Z. Li, Y. Liu, Z. Chen, M. yang, L. Ma, C. Caba, Y. Tong, H.-M. Lam, S. Dai, Z. Chen*. 2020. Crystal structures of REF6 and its complex with DNA reveal diverse recognition mechanisms. Cell Discov. 6:17.

7.             Y.-S. Ku, M. Ni, N.B. Muñoz, Z. Xiao, P. Chen, M.-W. Li, M.-Y. Cheung, M. Xie, H.-M. Lam*. 2020. GmABAS1 from soybean is a 1R-subtype MYB transcriptional repressor that regulates stomatal aperture under ABA treatment. J. Exp. Bot. 71:2970-2981

8.             L. Wang, K.-B. Ma, Z.-G. Lu, S.-X. Ren, H.-R. Jiang, J.-W. Cui, G. Chen, N.-J. Teng, H.-M. Lam*, B. Jin*. 2020. Differential physiological, transcriptomic and metabolomic responses of Arabidopsis leaves under prolonged warming and heat shock. BMC Plant Biol. 20:86.

9.             C.A. Contador, S.-K. Lo, S.H.J. Chan*, H-M. Lam*. 2020. Metabolic analyses of nitrogen fixation in the soybean micro-symbiont Sinorhizobium fredii using constraint-based modeling. mSystems 5:e00516-19.

10.          M.A. Nawaz, X. Lin, T.-F. Chan, J. Ham, T.-S. Shin, S. Ercisli, K.S. Golokhvast, H.-M. Lam*, G. Chung*. 2020. Korean wild soybeans (Glycine soja Sieb & Zucc.): Geographic distribution and germplasm conservation. Agronomy 10:214.

11.          M.-W. Li, Z. Wang, B. Jiang, A. Kaga, F.-L. Wong, G. Zhang, T. Han, G. Chung, H. Nguyen, H.-M. Lam*. 2020. Impacts of genomic research on soybean improvement in East Asia. Theor. Appl. Genet. 133:1655-1678.

12.          X. Lin, W. Lin, Y.-S. Ku, F.-L. Wong, M.-W. Li, H.-M. Lam*, S.-M. Ngai*, T.-F. Chan*. 2020. Analysis of soybean long non-coding RNAs reveals a subset of novel small peptide-coding transcripts. Plant Physiol. 182:1359-1374.

13.          Y.-S. Ku, H.M. Rehman, H.-M. Lam*. 2019. Possible roles of rhizospheric and endophytic microbes to provide a safe and affordable means of crop biofortification. Agronomy 9:764.

14.          H.M. Rehman, W.-L. Cheung, K.-S. Wong, M. Xie, C.-Y. Luk, F.-L. Wong, M.-W. Li, S.-N. Tsai, W.-T. To, L.-Y. Chan, H.-M. Lam*. 2019. High-throughput mass spectrometric analysis of whole proteome and secretome of Sinorhizobium fredii strains CCBAU25509 and CCBAU45436. Front. Microbiol. 10:2569.

15.          B. Valliyodan, S.B. Cannon, P.E. Bayer, S. Shu,  A.V. Brown, L. Ren  J. Jenkins, C.Y.L. Chung, T.F. Chan, C.G. Daum, C. Plott, A. Hastie, K. Baruch, K.W. Barry, W. Huang, G. Patil, R.K. Varshney, H. Hu, J. Batley, Y. Yuan, Q. Song, R.M. Stupar, D.M. Goodstein, G. Stacey, H.M. Lam, S.A. Jackson, J. Schmutz, J. Grimwood, D. Edwards, H.T. Nguyen*. 2019. Construction and comparison of three referencequality genome assemblies for soybean. Plant J.100:1066-1082.

16.          B.J. Ferguson*, K. Minamisawa, N.B. Muñoz, H.-M. Lam*. 2019. Metabolic adjustments and gene expression reprogramming for symbiotic nitrogen fixation in legume nodules. Front. Plant Sci. 19:898.

17.          J.-Z. Liu*, H.-M. Lam*. 2019. Signal transduction pathways in plants for resistance against pathogens. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 20:2335.

18.          P. Wei, B. Che, L. Shen, Y. Cui, S. Wu, C. Cheng, F. Liu, M.-W. Li, B. Yu*, H.-M. Lam*. 2019. Identification and functional characterization of the chloride channel gene, GsCLC-c2 from wild soybean. BMC Plant Biol. 19:121.

19.          X. Lin, M. Ni, Z. Xiao, T.-F. Chan*, H.-M. Lam*. 2019. Reference-based identification of long noncoding RNAs in plants with strand-specific RNA-sequencing data. In: Chekanova J., Wang HL. (eds.) Plant Long Non-Coding RNAs. Methods in Molecular Biology, 1933:245-255. Humana Press, New York, NY.

20.          M. Xie, C.Y.-L. Chung, M.-W. Li, F.-L. Wong, X. Wang, A. Liu, Z. Wang, A.K.-Y. Leung, T.-H. Wong, S.-W. Tong, Z. Xiao, K. Fan, M.-S. Ng, X. Qi, L. Yang, T. Deng, L. He, L. Chen, A. Fu, Q. Dong, J. He, G. Chung, S. Isobe, T. Tanabata, B. Valliyodan, H.T. Nguyen, S.B. Cannon, C.H. Foyer, T.-F. Chan*, H.-M. Lam*.  2019. A reference-grade wild soybean genome. Nat. Commun. 10:1216.

21.          K.-M. Fung, A.P.K. Tai*, T. Yong, X. Liu, H.-M. Lam. 2019. Co-benefits of intercropping as a sustainable farming method for safeguarding both food security and air quality. Environ. Res. Lett. 14:044011

22.           Y. Xu, C. So, H.-M. Lam*, M.-C. Fung*, S.-Y. Tsang*. 2019. Cytometric detection of newly-formed breast cancer stem cell-like cells after apoptosis reversal. J. Vis. Exp. 143:e58642.

23.           C.H. Foyer*, N.T. Nguyen, H.-M. Lam. 2019. Legumes—The art and science of environmentally sustainable agriculture. Plant Cell Environ. 42:1-5.

24.           H.M. Rehman, J.W. Cooper, M.A. Nawaz, H.-M. Lam*, S.H. Yang*. 2019. Legume biofortification is an underexploited strategy for combatting hidden hunger. Plant Cell Environ. 42:52-70.

25.           C.H. Foyer*, K.H.M. Siddique, A.P.K. Tai, S. Anders, N. Fodor, F.-L. Wong, N. Ludidi, M.A. Chapman, B.J. Fergusson, M.J. Considine, F. Zabel, P.V.V. Prasad, R.K. Varshney, H.T. Nguyen, H.-M. Lam. 2019. Modelling predicts that soybean is poised to dominate crop production across Africa. Plant Cell Environ. 42:373-385.

26.           A. Liu, Z. Xiao, M.-W. Li, F.-L. Wong, W.-S. Yung, Y.-S. Ku, Q. Wang, X. Wang, M. Xie, A.K.-Y. Yim, T.-F. Chan, H.-M. Lam*. 2019. Transcriptomic reprogramming in soybean seedlings under salt stress. Plant Cell Environ. 42:98-114.

27.           A. Liu, C.A. Contador, K. Fan, H.-M. Lam*. 2018. Interaction and regulation of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus metabolisms in root nodules of legumes. Front. Plant Sci. 9:1860.

28.           M.-W. Li, W. Liu, H.-M. Lam, J.M. Gendron*. 2018. Characterization of two growth period QTLs reveals modification of PRR3 genes during soybean domestication. Plant Cell Physiol. 60:407-420.

29.           C.H. Foyer*, N.T. Nguyen, H.-M. Lam. 2018. A seed change in our understanding of legume biology from genomics to the efficient cooperation between nodulation and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Plant Cell Environ. 41:1949-1954.

30.           C. Li, A. Wong, S. Wang, Q. Jia, W.-P. Chuang, W. Bendena, S. Tobe, S.H. Yang, G. Chung, T.-F. Chan, H.-M. Lam, J. Bede, J.H.-L. Hui*. 2018. MiRNA-mediated interactions in and between plants and insects. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 19:3239.

31.           Y.S. Ku, M. Sintaha, M.-Y. Cheung, H.-M. Lam*. 2018. Plant hormone signalling crosstalks between biotic and abiotic stress responses. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 19:3206.

32.           J. Wang, M. Chu, C. Yang, H.-M. Lam, J. Tang. 2018. Determinants of pesticide application: an empirical analysis with theory of planned behaviour. China Agric. Econ. Rev. 10:608-625.

33.           D.D. Xu, C.B. Xu, H.-M. Lam, F.-L.Wong, A.W.N. Leung, M.M.L. Leong, W.C.S. Cho, R. Hoeven, Q. Lv, R. Rong*. 2018. Proteomic analysis reveals that pheophorbide a-mediated photodynamic treatment inhibits prostate cancer growth by hampering GDP-GTP exchange of ras-family proteins. Photodiagn. Photodyn. 23:35-39.

34.           M.A. Ali*, M.S. Anjam, M.A. Nawaz, H.-M. Lam, G. Chung*. 2018. Signal transduction in plant-nematode interactions. J. Mol. Sci. 19:1648.

35.           J. Jiao, M. Ni, B. Zhang, Z. Zhang, J.P.W. Young, T.-F. Chan, W.X. Chen, H.-M. Lam*, C.F. Tian*. 2018. Coordinated regulation of core and accessory genes in the multipartite genome of Sinorhizobium fredii. PLOS Genet. 14:e1007428.

36.          Y. Xu, C. So, H.-M. Lam*, M.-C. Fung*, S.-Y. Tsang*. 2018. Apoptosis reversal promotes cancer stem cell-like cell formation. Neoplasia 20:295-303.

37.          A. Liu, W.-L. Cheung, W.-S. Yung, C. Lee, F.-L. Wong, K.-W. Siu, H.-M. Lam*. 2018. Towards improving the salt tolerance of soybean. In “Achieving Sustainable Cultivation of Soybeans”. H.T. Nguyen (ed.). Chapter 8, Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Cambridge.

38.          Z. Qu, W.G. Bendena, W.Y. Nong, K.W. Siggins, F. Noriega, Z.P. Kai, Y.Y. Zang, A.C. Koon, H.-Y. Chan, T.-F. Chan, K.-H. Chu, H.-M. Lam, M. Akam, S.S. Tobe, J.H.-L. Hui*. 2017. MicroRNAs regulate the sesquiterpenoid hormonal pathway in Drosophila and other arthropods. Proc. Royal Soc. Lond. B 284:1869.

39.          J. Wang*, J. Tao, C. Yang, M. Chu, H.-M. Lam. 2017. A general framework incorporating knowledge, risk perception and practices to eliminate pesticide residues in food: A Structural Equation Modelling analysis based on survey data of 986 Chinese farmers. Food Control 80:143-150.

40.          Q. Jia, Z.-X. Xiao, F.-L. Wong, S. Sun, K.-J. Liang, H.-M. Lam*. 2017. Genome-wide analyses of he soybean F-box gene family in response to salt stress. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 18:818.

41.          M.-W. Li, D. Xin, Y. Gao, K.-P. Li, K. Fan, N. Mu_oz, W.-S. Yung, H.-M. Lam*. 2017. Using genomic information to improve soybean adaptability to climate change. J. Exp. Bot. 68:1823-1834.

42.          N. Munoz, A. Liu, L. Kan, M.-W. Li, H.-M. Lam*. 2017. Potential uses of wild germplasms in grain legumes for crop improvement. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 18:328.

43.          Y. Sun, Z. Mui, X. Liu, A.K.-Y. Yim, H. Qin, F.-L. Wong, T.-F. Chan, S.-M. Yiu, H.-M. Lam, B.L. Lim*. 2016. Comparison of small RNA profiles of Glycine max and Glycine soja at early developmental stages. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 17:2043.

44.          C. Foyer*, H.M. Lam, H. Nguyen, K. Siddique, R. Varshney, T. Colmer, W. Cowling, H. Bramley, T. Mori, J. Hodgson, J. Cooper, T. Miller, K. Kunert, B. Vorster, C. Cullis, J. Ozga, M. Wahlqvist, Y. Liang, H. Shou, K. Shi, J. Yu, N. Fodor, B. Kaiser, F.-L. Wong, B. Valliyodan, M. Considine. 2016. Neglecting legumes has compromised human health and sustainable food production. Nat. Plants 2:16112.

45.          P. Wei, L. Wang, A. Liu, B. Yu*, H.-M. Lam*. 2016. GmCLC1 confers enhanced salt tolerance through regulating chloride accumulation in soybean. Front. Plant Sci. 7:1082. 

46.          M.-W. Li, N. Munoz, C.-F. Wong, F.-L. Wong, K.-S. Wong, J.W.-H. Wong, X. Qi, K.-P. Li, M.-S. Ng, H.-M. Lam*. 2016. QTLs regulating the contents of antioxidants, phenolics and flavonoids in soybean seeds share a common genomic region. Front. Plant Sci. 7:854.

47.          F. Zheng, H. Wu, R. Zhang, S. Li, W. He, F.-L. Wong, G. Li, S. Zhao, H.-M. Lam*. 2016. Molecular phylogeny and dynamic evolution of disease resistance genes in the legume family. BMC Genomics 17:402.

48.          N. Munoz, X. Qi, M.-W. Li, M. Xie, Y. Gao, M.-Y. Cheung, F.-L. Wong, H.-M. Lam*. 2016. Improvement in nitrogen fixation capacity could be part of the domestication process in soybean. Heredity 117:84-93.

49.          N. Munoz, M.-W. Li, S.-M. Ngai , H.-M. Lam*. 2016. Use of proteomics to evaluate soybean response under abiotic stresses. In Abiotic and Biotic Stresses in Soybean Production. M. Miransari (ed.). Academic Press, Oxford. pp79-105.

50.          M.-Y. Cheung, X. Li, R. Miao, Y.-H. Fong, K.-P. Li, Y.-L. Yung, M.-H. Yu, K.-B. Wong*, Z. Chen*, H.-M. Lam*. 2016. ATP binding by the P-loop NTPase OsYchF1 (an unconventional G protein) contributes to biotic but not abiotic stress responses. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 113:2648-2653.

51.          Md.M. Hossain, H.-M. Lam, J. Zhang*. 2015. Responses in gas exchange and water status between drought-tolerant and susceptible soybean genotypes with ABA application. Crop J. 3:500-506.

52.          Y.S. Ku, J.W.-H. Wong, Z. Mui, X. Liu, J.H.-L. Hui, T.-F. Chan, H.-M. Lam*. 2015. Small RNAs in plant responses to abiotic stresses: the regulatory roles and study methods. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 16: 24532-24554.

53.          Y.-L. Yung, M.-Y. Cheung, R. Miao, Y.-H. Fong, K.-P. Li, M.-H. Yu, M.-L. Chye, K.-B. Wong, H.-M. Lam*. 2015. Site-directed mutagenesis shows the significance of interactions with phospholipids and the G-protein OsYchF1 on the physiological functions of the rice GTPase-Activating Protein 1 (OsGAP1). J. Biol. Chem. 290:23984-23990.

54.          A.K.-Y. Yim, J.W.-H. Wong, Y.-S. Ku, H. Qin, T.-F. Chan, H.-M. Lam*. 2015. Using RNA-seq data to evaluate reference genes suitable for gene expression studies in soybean. PLOS ONE 10:e0136343.

55.          M.-W. Li, L. Zhou, H.-M. Lam*. 2015. Paraformaldehyde fixation may lead to misinterpretation f the subcellular localization of plant high mobility group box proteins. PLOS ONE 10:e0135033.

56.          Z. Qu, N.J. Kenny, H.-M. Lam, T.-F. Chan, K.-H. Chu, W.G. Bendena, S.S. Tobe, J.H.-L. Hui*. 2015. How did arthropod sesquiterpenoids and ecdysteroids arise? Comparison of hormonal pathway genes in non-insect arthropod genomes. Genome Biol. Evol. 7:1951-1959.

57.          N.J. Kenny, X. Shen, T.K.H. Chan, N.W.Y. Wong, T.F. Chan, K.H. Chu, H.-M. Lam, J.H.L. Hui*. 2015. Genome of the rusty millipede, Trigoniulus corallinus, illuminates diplopod, myriapod and arthropod evolution. Genome Biol. Evol. 7:1280-1295.

58.          H. Yang*, C. Li, H.-M. Lam, J. Clements, G. Yan, S. Zhao*. 2015. Sequencing consolidates molecular markers with plant breeding practice. Thero. Appl. Genet. 128:779-795.

59.          S. Zhao*, F. Zheng, W. He, H. Wu, S. Pan, H.-M. Lam*. 2015. Impacts of nucleotide fixation during soybean domestication and improvement. BMC Plant Biol. 15:81.

60.          Y.-C. Dai, D. Huang, F.-L. Wong, H.-M. Lam*. 2015. Recent developments of omics research in soybean salt tolerance. Soil and Crop 4:1-11.

61.          M.-W. Li, F.-L. Wong, H.-M. Lam*. 2015. Soybean biotechnology in Hong Kong. In: Biotechnology in Hong Kong Vol. II. A.W.-K. Chan (ed.). United States-China Intellectual Property Institute Inc. Whitestone, New York. pp47-57.

62.          P.-C. Leung*, C.B.-S. Lau, S.-W. Cheng, H.-M. Lam. 2014. More health hazards are expected if melamine wastes are allowed to be used as fertilizers. Curr. Nutr. Food Sci. 10:264-267.

63.          M.M. Hossain, X. Liu, X. Qi, H.-M. Lam, J. Zhang*. 2014. Differences between soybean genotypes in physiological response to sequential soil drying and rewetting. Crop J. 2:366-380.

64.          X. Qi, M.-W. Li, M. Xie, X. Liu, M. Ni, G. Shao, C. Song, A.K.-Y. Yim, Y. Tao, F.-L. Wong, S. Isobe, C.-F. Wong, K.-S. Wong, C. Xu, C. Li, Y. Wang, R. Guan, F. Sun, G. Fan, Z. Xiao, F. Zhou, T.-H. Phang, X. Liu, S.-W. Tong, T.-F. Chan, S.-M. Yiu, S. Tabata. J. Wang, X. Xu*, H.-M. Lam*. 2014. Identification of a novel salt tolerance gene in wild soybean by whole-genome sequencing. Nat. Commun. 5:4340.

65.          L.X. Deng, F. Chen, L. Jiang, H.-M. Lam*, G. Xiao*. 2014. Ectopic expression of GmPAP3 enhances salt tolerance in rice by alleviating oxidative damage. Plant Breed. 133:348-355.

66.          C. Chan, H.-M. Lam*. 2014. A putative Lambda class Glutathione-S-transferase enhances plant survival under salinity stress. Plant Cell Physiol. 55:570-579.

67.          Y.S. Ku, N.S.-C. Koo, F.W.-Y. Li, M.-W. Li, H. Wang, S.-N. Tsai, F. Sun, B.-L. Lim, W.-H. Ko, H.-M. Lam*. 2013. GmSAL1 hydrolyzes inositol-1,4,5-trisphosphate and regulates stomatal closure in detached leaves and ion compartmentalization in plant cells. PLOS ONE 8:e78181.

68.          B. Jiang, Y. Yue, Y. Gao, L. Ma, S. Sun, C. Wu, W. Hou, H.-M. Lam, T. Han*. 2013. GmFT2a polymorphism and maturity diversity in soybeans. PLOS ONE 8:e77474.

69.          M.-Y. Cheung, M.-W. Li, Y.-L. Yung, C.-Q. Wen, H.-M. Lam*. 2013. The unconventional P-loop NTPase OsYchF1 and its regulator OsGAP1 play opposite roles in salinity stress tolerance. Plant Cell Environ. 36:2008V2020.

70.          H.-M. Lam, J. Remais, M.-C. Fung, L. Xu, S.S.-M. Sun*. 2013. Food supply and food safety issues in China. Lancet 381:2044-2053.

71.          Y. Lu, H.-M. Lam, E. Pi, Q. Zhan, S. Tsai, C. Wang, Y. Kwan, S.-M. Ngai*. 2013 Comparative metabolomics in Glycine max and Glycine soja under salt stress to reveal the phenotypes of their offspring. J. Agric. Food Chem. 61:8711-8721.

72.          D.D. Xu, H.-M. Lam, R. Hoeven, C.B. Xu, A.W.N. Leung*, W.C.S. Cho, FIBMS (UK)*. 2013. Photodynamic therapy induced cell death of hormone insensitive prostate cancer PC-3 cells with autophagic characteristics. Photodiagn. Photodyn. 10: 278-287.

73.          M.-W. Li, X. Qi, M. Ni, H.-M. Lam*. 2013. Silicon era of carbon-based life: application of genomics and bioinformatics in crop stress research. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 14:11444-11483.

74.          T.-H. Wong, M.-W. Li, Q. Yao and H.-M. Lam*. 2013. The GmCLC1 protein from soybean functions as a chloride ion transporter. J. Plant Physiol. 170:101-104.

75.          M.-W. Li, W.-K. AuYeung and H.-M. Lam*. 2013. The GCN2 homologue in Arabidopsis thaliana interacts with uncharged tRNA and use Arabidopsis eIF2\ molecules as direct substrates. Plant Biol. 15:13-18.

76.          Y.-S. Ku, W.-K. Au-Yeung, Y.-L. Yung, M.-W. Li, C.-Q. Wen, X. Liu, H.-M. Lam*. 2013. Drought stress and tolerance in soybean. In: A Comprehensive Survey of International Soybean Research - Genetics, Physiology, Agronomy and Nitrogen Relationships. J.E. Board (ed.).  InTech Education and Publishing, Austria. pp209-237.

77.          Z. Tian, M. Zhao, M. She, J. Du, S.B. Cannon, X. Liu, X. Xu, X. Qi, M.-W. Li, H.-M. Lam, J. Ma*. 2012. Genome-wide characterization of nonreference transposons reveals evolutionary propensities of transposons in soybean. Plant Cell 24: 4422-4436.

78.          H. Wang, L. Zhou, Y. Fu, M.-Y. Cheung, F.-L. Wong, T.-H. Phang, Z. Sun, H.-M. Lam*. 2012. Expression of an apoplast-localized BURP-domain protein from soybean (GmRD22) enhances tolerance toward abiotic stress Plant Cell Environ. 35:1932-1947.

79.          C. Chan, X. Qi, M.-W. Li, F.-L. Wong, H.-M. Lam*. 2012. Recent developments of genomic research in soybean. J. Genet. Genomics 39:317-324.

80.          M.-J. Wang, W.-S. Hou, Q.-Y. Wang, H.-M. Lam*, T.-F. Han*. 2011. Enhancing salt tolerance of soybean roots by overexpression of GmNHX1. Soybean Sci. 30: 889-894.

81.          D. Xu, W.C.S. Cho; P. Wu, H.-M. Lam* and W.-N. Leung*. 2011. Photo-activated pheophorbide a inhibits the growth of prostate cancer. Laser Physics 21: 1670-1674.

82.          T. Wu, E.-X. Pi, S.-N Tsai, H.-M. Lam, S.-M. Sun, Y.-W. Kwan, S.-M. Ngai*. 2011. GmPHD5 acts as an important regulator for crosstalk between histone H3K4 di-methylation and H3K14 acetylation in response to salinity stress in soybean. BMC Plant Biol. 11:178.

83.          T.H. Phang, M.-W. Li, C.-C. Cheng, F.-L. Wong, C. Chan, H.-M. Lam*. 2011. Molecular responses to osmotic stresses in soybean. In: "Soybean - Molecular Aspects of Breeding". A. Sudaric (ed.). InTech Education and Publishing, Austria. pp215-240.

84.          L. Zhou, M.-Y. Cheung, M.-W. Li, Y. Fu, Z. Sun, S.S.-M. Sun, H.-M. Lam*. 2010. Rice Hypersensitive Induced Reaction Protein 1 (OsHIR1) associates with plasma membrane and triggers hypersensitive cell death. BMC Plant Biol. 10:290.

85.          H.-M. Lam*, X. Xu, X. Liu, W. Chen, G. Yang, F.-L. Wong, M.-W. Li, W. He, N. Qin, B. Wang, J. Li, M. Jian, J. Wang, G. Shao, J. Wang*, S.S.-M. Sun*, G. Zhang*. 2010. Resequencing of 31 wild and cultivated soybean genomes identifies patterns of genetic diversity and selection. Nat. Genet. 42:1053-1059 (cover).

86.          M.-Y. Cheung, Y. Xue, L. Zhou, M.-W. Li, S.S.-M. Sun, H.-M. Lam*. 2010. An ancient P-loop GTPase in rice is regulated by a higher plant-specific regulatory protein. J. Biol. Chem. 285:37359V37369.

87.          Q. Zhang and H.-M. Lam*, 2010 (eds.). TILLAGE - Selected Works of ZHANG Qi on Rice Disease Resistance. China Agriculture Press, Beijing. 636p.

88.          C. Liang, J. Tian, H.-M. Lam, B.-L. Lim, X. Yan, H. Liao*. 2010. Biochemical and molecular characterization of PvPAP3, a novel purple acid phosphatase isolated from common bean9enhancing extracellular ATP utilization. Plant Physiol. 152:854-865.

89.          L. Zhou, M.-Y. Cheung, Q. Zhang, C.-L. Lei, S.-H. Zhang, S.S.-M. Sun, H.-M. Lam*. 2009. A novel simple extracellular leucine-rich repeat (eLRR) domain protein from rice (OsLRR1) enters the endosomal pathway and interacts with the hypersensitive induced reaction protein 1 (OsHIR1). Plant Cell Environ. 32:1804-1820.

90.          H.-M. Lam*, R.-Z. Chang, G. Shao, Z.-T. Liu 2009 (eds.). Researches on Tolerance to Stresses in Chinese Soybean. China Agriculture Press, Beijing. 428p.

91.          G. Shao, H.-M. Lam*, T.-H. Phang, C.-C. Cheng, and F.-L. Wong. 2009. Salinity. In: Researches on Tolerance to Stresses in Chinese Soybean. H.-M. Lam, R.-Z. Chang, G. Shao, and Z.-T. Liu 2009 (eds.). China Agriculture Press, Beijing. pp61-110.

92.          H.-M. Lam*, G. Shao, T.-H. Phang. 2009. Perspectives of researches on soybean production under adverse conditions in China. In: Researches on Tolerance to Stresses in Chinese Soybean. H.-M. Lam, R.-Z. Chang, G. Shao, Z.-T. Liu 2009 (eds.). China Agriculture Press, Beijing. pp419-428.

93.          T. Wu, T. Yuan, S.-N. Tsai, C. Wang, S. S.-M. Sun, H.-M. Lam, S.-M. Ngai. 2009*. Mass spectrometry analysis of the variants of histone H3 and H4 of soybean and their post-translational modifications. BMC Plant Biol. 9:98.

94.          T.-H. Phang, G. Shao, H. Liao, X. Yan, H.-M. Lam*. 2009. High external phosphate (Pi) increases sodium ion uptake and reduces salt tolerance of Pi tolerant soybean. Physiol. Plant. 135:412-425.

95.          W. Wu, Q. Zhang, Y. Zhu, H.-M. Lam, Z. Cai, D. Guo*. 2008. Comparative metabolic profiling reveals secondary metabolites correlated with soybean salt tolerance. J. Agric. Food Chem. 56:11132V11138.

96.          T.-H. Phang, G. Shao, H.-M. Lam*. 2008. Salt tolerance in soybean. J. Integ. Plant Biol. 50:1196-1212.

97.          M.-Y. Cheung, N.-Y. Zeng, S.-W. Tong, F.W.-Y. Li, Y. Xue, K.-J. Zhao, C. Wang, Q. Zhang, Y. Fu, Z. Sun, S.S.-M. Sun, H.-M. Lam*. 2008. Constitutive expression of a rice GTPase activating protein induces defense responses. New Phytol. 179:530-545.

98.          F.W.-Y. Li, G. Shao, H.-M. Lam*. 2008. Ectopic expression of GmPAP3 alleviates oxidative damage caused by salinity and osmotic stresses. New Phytol. 178:80-91.

99.          M.-W. Li, H.-M. Lam*. 2008. Searching for nitrogen sensing systems in higher plants. Dynamic Soil Dynamic Plant 2:13-22.

100.       M.-Y. Cheung, N.-Y. Zeng, S.-W. Tong, F.W.-Y. Li, K.-J. Zhao, Q. Zhang, S. S.-M. Sun, H.-M. Lam*. 2007. Expression of a RING-HC protein from rice improves resistance to Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana. J. Exp. Bot. 58:4147-4159.

101.       Y. Zhou, H.-M. Lam, J. Zhang*. 2007. Inhibition of photosynthesis and energy dissipation induced by water and high light stresses in rice. J. Exp. Bot. 58:1207-1217.

102.       G. Xu, J. Zhang*, H.-M. Lam, Z. Wang, J. Yang*. 2007. Hormonal changes are related to the poor grain filling in the inferior spikelets of rice cultivated under non-flooded and mulched condition. Field Crops Res. 101:53-61.

103.       Q. Zhang, H.-M. Lam*. 2007. Population structure and genetic diversity of Xanthomonas oryzae. In: Genetics and Improvement of Resistance to Bacterial Blight in Rice. Q. Zhang (ed.). Science Press, Beijing. pp61-88.

104.       H.-M. Lam, S.H. Zhang, Q. Zhang. 2007. Mechanism of resistance to rice bacterial blight. In: Genetics and Improvement of Resistance to Bacterial Blight in Rice. Q. Zhang (ed.). Science Press, Beijing. pp323-348.

105.       T.-F. Wan, G. Shao, X.-C. Shan, N.-Y. Zeng, H.-M. Lam*. 2006. Correlation between AS1 gene expression and seed protein contents in different soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merr.) cultivars. Plant Biol. 8:271-276.

106.        H.-M. Lam*, Y.A. Chiao, M.-W. Li, Y.-K. Yung, S. Ji. 2006. Putative nitrogen sensing systems in higher plants. J. Integ. Plant Biol. 48:873-888.

107.       F.W.-Y. Li, F.-L. Wong, S.-N. Tsai, T.-H. Phang, G. Shao, H.-M. Lam. 2006. Tonoplast located GmCLC1 and GmNHX1 from soybean enhance salt tolerance in transgenic Bright Yellow (BY)-2 cells. Plant Cell Environ. 29:1122-1137.

108.       H. Liao, M.-G. Zhang, F.-L. Kong, P. Liu, T.-H. Phang, H.-M. Lam, X.-L. Yan*. 2006. Soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] growth and long-distance transport of sodium and phosphorus ions under salt and low phosphorus coupled stresses. Plant Physiol. Comm. 42:19-23.

109.       C. Wu, Q. Ma, K.-M. Yam, M.-Y. Cheung, Y. Xu, T. Han*, H.-M. Lam*, K. Chong*. 2006. In situ expression of the GmNMH7 gene is photoperiod-dependent in a unique soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merr.) flowering reversion system. Planta 223:725-735.

110.       H.-M. Lam*, A.Y. Chiao, S.S.-M. Sun. 2006. Molecular strategies to manipulate nitrogen sink-source relationship for seed quality improvement. In: Molecular Strategies to Improve Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Plants. R.P. Singh and P.K. Jaiwai (eds.). Studium Press, Houston. pp201-240.

111.       B.-Y. Yu*, H.-M. Lam*, G. Shao, Y.-L. Liu. 2005. Effects of salinity on activities of H+-ATPase, H+-PPase and membrane lipid composition in plasma membrane and tonoplast vesicles isolated from soybean (Glycine max L.) seedlings. J. Environ. Sci. 17:259-262.

112.       A.Y. Chiao, H.-M. Lam*. Nitrogen signaling in higher plants. 2005. Adv. Plant Physiol. 8: 149-168.

113.       H.-K. Wong, H.-K. Chan, G. Coruzzi, H.-M. Lam*. 2004. Correlation of ASN2 gene expression with ammonium metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiol. 134: 332-338.

114.       M.-G. Zhang, F.-Li Kong, T.-H. Phang, H.-M. Lam, X.-L. Yan, H. Liao*. 2004. Effects of coupled stress of salt and low P on soybean growth. SW China J. Agri. Sci. 17(suppl): 201-204.

115.       H. Liao, F.-L. Wong, T.-H. Phang, M.-Y. Cheung, W.-Y.F. Li, G. Shao, X. Yan, H.-M. Lam*. 2003. GmPAP3, a novel purple acid phosphatase-like gene in soybean induced by NaCl stress but not phosphorus deficiency. Gene 318:103-111.

116.       H.-M. Lam*, P. Wong, H.-K. Chan, K.-M. Yam, L. Chen, C.-M. Chow, G. Coruzzi. 2003. Expression of the ASN1 gene enhances nitrogen status in seeds of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiol. 132:926-935.

117.       I.C. Oliveira, E. Brenner, J. Chiu, M.H. Hsieh, A. Kouranov, H.-M. Lam, M.J. Shin, G. Coruzzi*. 2001. Metabolite and light regulation of metabolism in plants: lessons from the study of a single biochemical pathway. Braz. J. Med. Biol. Res. 34:567-575.

118.       Y. Wang*, W. Li, H.-M. Lam, X. Zhang, Q. Chen, and S. Guo, Y. Sun. 2000. N-terminal sequence and cDNA cloning of Gastrodia antifungal protein (GAFP) from Gastrodia (G. elata BI f. elata). High Technology Lett. (China) 10:10-14.

119.       J. Chiu, R. DeSalle, H.-M. Lam, L. Meisel, G. Coruzzi*. 1999.  Molecular evolution of glutamate receptors: A primitive mechanism that existed before plants and animals diverged. Mol. Biol. Evol. 16:826-838.

120.       H.-M. Lam, J. Chiu, M.-H. Hsieh, L. Meisel, I.C. Oliveira, M. Shin, G. Coruzzi*. 1998. Glutamate receptor genes in plants. Nature 396:125-126.

121.       H.-M. Lam, M.-H. Hsieh, G. Coruzzi*. 1998. Reciprocal regulation of distinct asparagine synthetase genes by light and metabolites in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 16:345-353.

122.       M.-H. Hsieh, H.-M. Lam, F.J. van de Loo, G. Coruzzi*. 1998. A PII-like protein in Arabidopsis: putative role in nitrogen sensing. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 23:13965-13970.

123.       H.-M. Lam*. 1998. Molecular and transgenic studies of asparagine synthetase genes. In: Proceedings of the 3rd China Association for Science and Technology Conference of Young Scientists. eds. Y.-T. Zhang (ed.). Chinese Sci. & Tech. Press: Beijing, pp105-107.

124.       I.C. Oliveira, H.-M. Lam, K. Coschigano, R. Melo-Oliveira, G. Coruzzi*. 1997. Molecular-genetic dissection of ammonium assimilation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiol. Biochem. (Paris) 35:185-198.

125.       H.-M. Lam, K. Coschigano, I.C. Oliveira, R. Melo-Oliveira, G. Coruzzi*. 1996. The molecular-genetics of nitrogen assimilation into amino acids in higher plants. Ann. Rev. Plant Biol. 47:569-593.

126.       H.-M. Lam, K. Coschigano, C. Schultz, N. Ngai, R. Oliveira, M-H. Hsieh, I.C. Oliveira, G. Coruzzi*. 1995. Use of Arabidopsis mutants and genes to study amide amino acid biosynthesis. Plant Cell 7:887-898.

127.       G. Coruzzi*, K. Coschigano, H.-M. Lam, R. Oliveira, C. Schultz. 1994. Molecular genetics of nitrogen assimilation into amino acids in Arabidopsis thaliana. In: VIIth NATO/ASI on Plant Molecular Biology; Molecular-genetics of plant development and metabolism. P. Puigdomenech, and G. Coruzzi (eds.). Springer-Verlag: New York, pp141-150.

128.       H.-M. Lam, S. Peng, G. Coruzzi*. 1994. Metabolic regulation of the gene encoding glutamine-dependent asparagines synthetase in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiol. 106:1347-1357.

129.       H.-M. Lam, M.E. Winkler*. 1992. Characterization of the complex pdxH-tyrS operon of Escherichia coli K-12 and pleiotropic phenotypes caused by pdxH insertion mutations. J. Bacteriol. 174:6033-6045.

130.       H.-M. Lam, E. Tancula, W.B. Dempsey, M.E. Winkler*. 1992. Suppression of insertions in the complex pdxJ operon of Escherichia coli K-12 by lon and other mutations. J. Bacteriol. 174:1554-1567.

131.       H.-M. Lam, M.E. Winkler. 1990*. Metabolic relationship between pyridoxine (vitamin B6) and serine biosynthesis in Escherichia coli K-12. J. Bacteriol. 172:6518-6528.

132.       H.-M. Lam, M.E. Winkler*. 1989. Large-scale preparation of plasmid DNA on a Du Pont Bio Series GF-250XL HPLC column. BiotechUpdate 4:20,17.

133.       A. van der Zel, H.-M. Lam, M.E. Winkler*. 1989. Extensive homology between the Escherichia coli K-12, SerC(PdxF) aminotransferase and a protein encoded by a progesterone-induced mRNA in rabbit and human endometria. Nucleic Acids Res. 17:8379.

134.       Y.-S. Wong*, H.-M. Lam, E. Dhillon, N.F.-Y. Tam, W.-N. Leung. 1988. Physiological effects and uptake of cadmium in Pisum sativum. Environ. Int. 14:535-543.