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Wenjie Xia, Biology and Biochemistry
Wenjie

Email: wenjie.xia@peeri.org

Education:

-Ph.D., Petroleum and Microbiology, Institute of Porous Flow&Fluid Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Science

-B.S., Environment Engineering, Yangtze University.

Research Interests:

-- Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery

-- Biosurfactant

-- Biodegradation.

Publications and Patents:

Wenjie Xia, Zhifeng Du, Qingfeng Cui, Hao Dong, Fuyi Wang, Panqing He, YongChun Tang. Biosurfactant produced by Novel Pseudomonas sp. WJ6 with Biodegradation of n-Alkanes and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2014, 276: 489-498

W.J. Xia, Z.B. Luo, H.P. Dong, L. Yu. Studies of Biosurfactant for the Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery by Using Bacteria Isolated from Formation water of Petroleum Reservoir. Petroleum Science and Technology. 2013, 31: 2311–2317.

WANG Yuan, TIAN Zhihai, SUN Xin, WANG Zhenhong, LI Tielong, CHEN Xu, XIA Wenjie, Solubilization of trichloroethylene by different types of surfactants. Environmental Chemistry. 2013, 32(06), 1051-1055.

WANG Ping, XIA Wen-jie,LUO Zhi-bin, DONG Han-ping,YU Li, HUANG Li-xin, BI Yong-qiang. Wettability and Adsorption Characteristic Study of Microorganisms. Oilfield Chemistry. 2012, 29(04), 470-473.

Xia Wenjie, Dong Hanping. Yu Li. Synthesis, Characterization and Oil Recovery Application of Biosurfactant Produced by Indigenous Pseudomonas aeruginosa WJ-1 Using Waste Vegetable Oils. Appl Biochem Biotechnol. 166 (2012) 1148-1166.

Xia Wenjie, Yu Li, Wang Ping, Xiu Jianlong, Dong Hanping. Characterization of a thermophilic and halotolerant Geobacillus pallidus H9 and its application in microbial enhanced oil recovery (MEOR). Annals of microbiology. 62 (2012) 1779-1789.

YU Deng-Fei,DONG Han-Ping,YU Li,CUI Qing-Feng,XIA Wen-Jie,YU Deng-Xiu. Laboratory Study of Indigenous Microorganism Activation System in Long Core. Oilfield Chemistry. 2012. 29(02), 236-239.

XIA Wenjie, Dong Hanping. Yu Li. Oil-degrading Characterization of a Thermophilic and Halotolerant Strain Geobacillus sp. WJ-2, Journal of Central South University of Technology. 2012, 43(01), 8-16.

XIE Kun, XIA Wen-jie,DONG Han-ping , YU Li , HUANG Li-xin. Adsorption Mechanism of Indigenous Microbial Activator in Porous Medium. Science Technology and Engineering. 2012, 12(29), 7509-7514.

XIA Wenjie, Dong Hanping. Yu Li. Effect of Hydroxyphenazine on a Petroleum-Degrading Microbial Community. ACTA CHIMICA SINICA. 2011, 69(12), 1483-1490.

XIA Wenjie, Dong Hanping. Yu Li, Huang Lixin. Oil-degradation characteristics of Pseudomonas aeruginosa WJ-1. CIESC journal. 2011, 62(07), 2013-2019.

Xia Wen-Jie, Dong Han-Ping, Yu Li, Yu Deng-Fei. Comparative study of biosurfactant producing microorganisms isolated from formation water of petroleum reservoir. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects, 392 (2011) 124-130.

XIA Wenjie, DONG Hanping, YU Li, Huang Lixin, Zhao Ting. Characterization of a Thermophilic and Halotolerant Strain Geobacillus pallidus XDF-4.CIESC journal. 2010, 61(11), 2951-2959.

XIA Wenjie,DONG Han-ping , YU Li. Optimization of Culture Condition of Rhamnolipid in oil recovery. Journal of shenzheng University Science and engineering. 2010. 27(04), 482-488.

XIA Wen-Jie,DONG Han-Ping,YU Li. Physicological and Biochemical of Hydrocarbon-Degrading Strain WJ-1 and its biosurfactant. Oilfield Chemistry. 2009, 26(04), 436-440.

WU Qinghong,WU Chao,ZHENG Chenggang,XIU jianlong,XIA Wenjie. Reseach on physical simulation experiment for increasing efficiency of microbial oil displacement technology. Journal of Liaoning Technical University (Natural Science). 2009. 28.47-50

1. CN101948786A “Pseudomonas aeruginosa with high-yielding of Rhamnolipid and its application” (First inventor)

2. CN102911902B “Thermophilic and halotolerant Anoxybacillu ssp. and its application”

3. CN101948787A “Method of selecting rhamnolipid-producing bacterium and medium” (First inventor)

4. 201510001767.0 “A novel thermophilic halotolerant petroleum-degradation and biosurfactant-producing bacterial strain and its application” (First inventor)

5. US Provisional Patent Application No.: 61/969,762 “Methods of culturing cells and recovering bioproducts” (First inventor)