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Research Group: Regulatory Networks and Interactomics
Plants handle environmental perturbation with the help of complex and intricate regulatory networks interconnected through RNA, protein, and metabolites. To better understand how plants dynamically coordinate their metabolism to achieve balanced investments of resources into development and biotic interactions, we study regulatory networks on multiple molecular levels.
Arabidopsis thaliana and its primary defense compounds, the glucosinolates, constitute a prime model system to study regulatory networks. The enzymes and regulators of glucosinolate metabolism provide multiple regulatory connections for example to nutrient sensing, root development, and flowering time control.
- Transgenerational inheritance of plant resistance: Effects of biotic and abiotic challenges on plant performance across multiple generations
- Protein level regulation of transcription factor networks: Dynamics of signal integration at the level of transcription factor complexes
|Emma Sofie Timm Aller||PhD fellow||+45 353-34141|
|Hanne Bakkegaard Nielsen||Laboratory technician||+45 353-33854|
|Helle Kildal Mogensen||Laboratory technician||+45 353-33472|
|Henriette Kehlet Heldig Jepsen||Laboratory technician||+45 353-33640|
|Henrik Frisenvang||PhD fellow||+45 353-26073|
|Johan Ørskov Ipsen||PhD fellow||+45 353-36185|
|Marie-Louise Fobian Thomsen||PhD fellow||+45 353-26299|
|Mathias Pribil||Associate professor||+45 353-37774|
|Parvathy Krishnan||Postdoc||+45 353-26797|
|Radina Tokin||PhD fellow||+45 353-26455|
|Stine Lausten||Laboratory technician||+45 353-26488|
- Karsten Wiberg Andersen
- Jakob Harken Ellefsen
- Ellen Ask Skotte
- Katrine Majgaard Jensen
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