Category: Publication

Release of new research article

¿Do Opposites Attract?

Happy New Year Folks On behalf of the entire Pollmann Lab, I wish you a Prosperous New Year, full of success, health and happiness. To start 2023 well, we would like to share with...

Congratulations Tatiana

  Finally, the part of Tatiana’s PhD thesis, which has been elaborated over the course of her stay in our lab in 2019, has been accepted for publication in Environmental and Experimental Botany. On...

In good times and bad?

Super exited that our review article on the possible impact of environmental stress conditions on sustaining existing plant–microbe interactions has now been published in Plant, Cell & Environment. It was a tremendous experience to...

Ameliorate drought stress

Root endophyte fungi help to reduce drought stress in strawberry Excited to see this latest work of our REDES project #190078 funded by the Agencia Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo (ANID, Chile). Here, we...

CBL7 paper finally published

On behalf of the entire ICPS research team, I am delighted to announce that our latest work on the role of the Ca2+ sensor CBL7 in coordinating the interaction between the root endophyte fungus...

MYB74 in the media

Finally, we put a gene ID to the acronym LAUCH1 So glad that we made the right educated guess when we decided to have a closer look at MYB74 a couple of years ago....

New preprint on CBL7 online

We are excited to share the #preprint of our latest manuscript in which we demonstrate a so far undiscovered role for the Ca2+ receptor protein CBL7 in driving the interaction of Serendipita indica with Arabidopsis...

New paper from Begoñas group

Potassium exchange in Arabidopsis – Piriformospera indica interaction Very happy about the new contribution of Begoña’s crew on the nutrient exchange in plant-fungus interaction, which has just recently been published in the Frontiers in...

News from the Antarctic connection

Thanks for having us in this collaboration Nice work on the root endophyte-mediated activation and action of expansin isoforms in the Antarctic plant Colobanthus quitensis. It is a pleasure to work with this talented...

Transcriptional fine tuning

It took indeed a while, until we got this part of our work wrapped up and ready for publication. However, thanks to the great work of our ex-lab member Marta Pérez Alonso, who is...