Category: Publication

Release of new research article

Defence at the end of the channel

Our latest thoughts regarding substrate channeling in OPDA biosynthesis got finally published. Rustgi, S. et al. 2019 International Journal of Molecular Sciences The channeling of metabolites is an essential step of metabolic regulation in all living...

Substrate channeling in JA biosynthesis

I am very happy that this work got finally published. Thanks to all co-authors for joining forces in this truly international project    Pollmann, S. et al. 2019 Journal of Experimental Botany Oxygenated membrane fatty acid...

Retrograde impact of auxin in pollen on flower development

Salinas-Grenet, H. et al. 2018 International Journal of Molecular Sciences Auxin regulates diverse aspects of flower development in plants, such as differentiation of the apical meristem, elongation of the stamen, and maturation of anthers and pollen....

Our new review on Plant Metabolomics just went online

Pérez-Alonso, M.M. et al. 2018 Annual Plant Reviews Online Over recent years, metabolomics found its way into daily laboratory routine as an additional ‘omics’ platform technology, playing an increasingly important role in modern plant sciences. It...

A new perspective on seed maturation

Tenorio-Berrío, R. et al. 2018 International Journal of Molecular Sciences The seed is the most important plant reproductive unit responsible for the evolutionary success of flowering plants. Aside from its essential function in the sexual reproduction...

Reaching out to extreme habitats

Hopefully the first of many papers with the group of Dr. Patricio Ramos (Universidad de Talca, Chile), who spent four month in our lab in 2017.  Ramos, P. et al. 2018 Fungal Ecology Antarctic environments are...

Another piece of the puzzle unraveled

Great collaboration with the lab of Miguel Blázquez and David Aladadí (IPMCB)  Abbas, M. et al. 2018 Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA Asymmetric auxin distribution is instrumental for the differential growth that causes...