PhD course literature 2017 – University of Copenhagen

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Literature list for the PhD course: Trends in Plant Biotechnology 2017

Course responsible: Professor David B Collinge

These reviews and articles are provided by the invited speakers of the PBD meeting.

Session 1: Plants for Food, Feed and Chemicals
Plant Molecular Farming. Professor Eva Stöger, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

1 - Nandi S, Kwong AT, Holtz BR, Erwin RL, Marcel S, McDonald KA. (2016) Techno-economic analysis of a transient plant-based platform for monoclonal antibody production. MAbs. 8: 1456-1466.

2 - Ma JK, Drossard J, Lewis D, Altmann F, Boyle J, Christou P, Cole T, Dale P, van Dolleweerd CJ, Isitt V, Katinger D, Lobedan M, Mertens H, Paul MJ, Rademacher T, Sack M, Hundleby PA, Stiegler G, Stoger E, Twyman RM, Vcelar B, Fischer R. (2015) Regulatory approval and a first-in-human phase I clinical trial of a monoclonal antibody produced in transgenic tobacco plants. Plant Biotechnol J. 13: 1106-20.

3 - Tschofen M, Knopp D, Hood E, Stöger E. (2016) Plant Molecular Farming: Much More than Medicines. Annu Rev Anal Chem 9: 271-94.

Session 2: Signalling, Cellular Trafficking and Systems Biology
Applications for Synthetic Biology. Professor Robert Edwards, Newcastle University, UK
Find the slides of Robert Edward's talk here. (19 MB)

1 - Fesenko E and Edwards R. (2014) Plant synthetic biology: a new platform for industrial biotechnology. J Exp Bot 65 (8): 1927-1937.

Session 5: Plant Microbiome
Microbial Endophytes. Dr. Angela Sessitsch,
Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna, Austria

1 - Samad A, Trognitz F, Compant S, Antonielli L, Sessitsch A (2017) Shared and host-specific microbiome diversity and functioning of grapevine and accompanying weed plants. Environmental Microbiology in press doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.13618.

2 - Hardoim PR, van Overbeek LS, Berg G, Pirttilä AM, Compant S, Campisano A, Döring M, Sessitsch A (2015) The Hidden World within Plants: Ecological and Evolutionary Considerations for Defining Functioning of Microbial Endophytes. Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 79: 293-320. doi:10.1128/MMBR.00050-14.

3 - Compant S, Clément C, Sessitsch A (2010) Plant growth-promoting bacteria in the rhizo- and endosphere of plants: Their role, colonization, mechanisms involved and prospects for utilization. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 42: 669-678.

Ecological stability of the rhizosphere microbiome. Senior Scientist Jacob Parnell, Novozymes North America Inc., Raleigh-Durham, USA
Find the slides of Jacob Parnell's talk here (18 MB).

1 - Zgadzaj, R, Garrido-Oter R, Jensen DB, Koprivova A, Shulze-Lefert P  Radutoiu S (2016) Root nodule symbiosis in Lotus japonica drives the establishment of distinctive rhizosphere, root, and nodule bacterial communities. PNAS E7996-E8005.

2 - Teste FP, Kardol P, Turner BL, Wardle DA, Zemunik G, Renton M, Laliberte E (2017). Plant-soil feedback and the maintenance of diversity in Mediterranean-climate shrublands. Science 355, 173-176.

Session 6: Technologies
Hybrid rice breeding. Professor Qing-Yao Shu, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China

1 - Richter, A.S., Hochheuser, C., Fufezan, C., Heinze, L., Kuhnert, F., and Grimm, B. (2016). Phosphorylation of genomes uncoupled 4 alters stimulation of Mg chelatase activity in angiosperms. Plant Physiology,172(3), 1578‒1595.

2 - Tabrizi, T.S., Sawicki, A., Zhou, S., Luo, M., and Willows, R. D. (2016). Gun4-protoporphyrin IX is a singlet oxygen generator with consequences for plastid retrograde signalling. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 291(17), jbc.C116.719989.

Session 7: Biomass for the 21st Century (B21st)
Professor Claus Felby, IGN, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

1 - Johansen KS (2016) Lytic Polysaccharide Monooxygenases: The Microbial Power Tool for Lignocellulose Degradation. Trends in Plant Science 21: 926-936.

2 - Carvalho-Netto OV, Bressiani JA, Soriano HL, Fiori CS, Santos JM, Barbosa GVS, Xavier MA, Landell MGA, Pereira GAG (2014) The potential of the energy cane as the main biomass crop for the cellulosic industry. Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture, 1:20.

3 - Cragg SM, Beckham GT, Bruce NC, Bugg TDH, Distel DL, Dupree P, Etxabe AG, Goodell BS, Jellison J, McGeehan JE, McQueen-Mason SJ, Schnorr K, Walton PH, Watts JEM, Zimmer M (2015) Lignocellulose degradation mechanisms across the Tree of Life. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 29: 108–119.

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