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About Dr. Liu
Yingguang Liu teaches biology on a level that threatens the neoDarwinian paradigm every day. “The delicate interplay of molecules within biological systems poses the greatest challenge to the gradualistic evolution of Darwinism,” he says. “The cells and molecules declare the glory of their creator.” His current research interest is human endogenous retroviruses.
Creation science should include all scientific studies of creation, he says. “My goal is to equip young Christians with the scientific knowledge and skills needed to strengthen their faith in a world of humanistic chauvinism. Good science done by creationists is a testimony to those who accuse fundamentalist Christians of being ignorant or anti-scientific. Our students should do well even in secular professions using science and technology.”
What Dr. Liu loves about teaching at Maranatha
“Diversity of academic programs while retaining the distinctive of a Baptist Bible college.”
Dr. Liu and his family attend Fellowship Baptist Church in Watertown, where he is a hospitality leader and is also currently serving as a deacon.
Liu, Y., Wen, Y. and Zhang, W. (1995) [Humoral and cellular immune responses against duck hepatitis B virus in its natural host.] Academia Medical Shandong 33(4): 298-301
Liu, Y., and Wang, Y. (1997) [Hepatitis C infection through transfusion of screened plasma.] Chinese Journal of Nosocomiology 7:S179
Liu, Y., and Biegalke, B. (2001) Characterization of a cluster of late genes of guinea pig. Cytomegalovirus. Virus Genes 23(3): 247-256
Liu, Y., and Biegalke, B. (2002) The human cytomegalovirus UL35 gene encodes two proteins with different functions. Journal of Virology 76(5): 2460-2468
Liu, Y., and Moran, B. (2006) Do new functions arise by gene duplication. Journal of Creation 20(2): 82-89
Liu, Y. (2006) Do new molecular functions arise by gene duplication? Occasional Papers of the BSG 8: 12
Liu, Y. (2006) Were retroviruses created good? The Journal of Biblical and Scientific Studies http://www.answersingenesis.org/articles/am/v1/n2/were-retroviruses-created-good
Liu, Y. (2008) Endogenous retroviruses: remnants of germline infection or created in the cell? Creation Research Society Quarterly 44(3): 241.
Liu, Y. (2008) Book review: The regulatory genome: gene regulatory networks in development and evolution, by Eric H. Davidson.
Liu, Y. (2008) The immunoglobulin heavy chain gene family and gene duplication. Journal of Creation 22(3): 18-20.
Liu, Y. (2009) Did gene duplication produce gene families? Creation Research Society Quarterly 45:179-187.
Loggans, L., Mudge, A., and Liu, Y. (2009) Transcription of Human Endogenous Retroviruses during the Menstrual Cycle. Occasional Papers of the BSG 13:5-6.
Liu, Y and Soper, C. (2009) The Natural History of Retroviruses: Exogenization vs Endogenization. Answers Research Journal 2:97-106
Dr. Liu’s Abstracts
Liu, Y., Wen, Y. and Zhang W. (1995) Humoral and cellular immune responses against duck hepatitis B virus in its natural host. 1995 Infectious Disease Conference of Shandong Province. Yantai, Shandong, P.R. China.
Liu, Y. and B. J. Biegalke. Analysis of cytomegalovirus UL35. 24th International Herpesvirus Workshop, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1999.
Liu, Y. and B. J. Biegalke. Analysis of cytomegalovirus UL35. 1999 OBASM meeting, Columbus, Ohio, 1999.
Liu, Y. and B. J. Biegalke. Identification of a new human cytomegalovirus virion protein. 8th International Cytomegalovirus Conference. Monterey, California. 2001.