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Barbara Halkier DynaMo Center of Excellence, Dept. of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Copenhagen University, Danmark
2 protocols

Rosemary White CSIRO Agriculture, Black Mountain, Australia
2 protocols

Dacheng Liang CSIRO Plant Industry, GPO Box 1600, Australia
1 protocol

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Tonni Grube Grube Andersen
  • University of Copenhagen
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D., Department of Plant & Environmental Sciences, University of Copenhagen, 2012

Current position

Marie Curie IEF Fellow, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Publications (since 2007)

  1. Andersen, T. G. and Halkier, B. A. (2014). Upon bolting the GTR1 and GTR2 transporters mediate transport of glucosinolates to the inflorescence rather than roots. Plant Signal Behav 9(1).
  2. Andersen, T. G., Nour-Eldin, H. H., Fuller, V. L., Olsen, C. E., Burow, M. and Halkier, B. A. (2013). Integration of biosynthesis and long-distance transport establish organ-specific glucosinolate profiles in vegetative Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 25(8): 3133-3145.
  3. Silvestro, D., Andersen, T. G., Schaller, H. and Jensen, P. E. (2013). Plant sterol metabolism. Delta(7)-Sterol-C5-desaturase (STE1/DWARF7), Delta(5,7)-sterol-Delta(7)-reductase (DWARF5) and Delta(24)-sterol-Delta(24)-reductase (DIMINUTO/DWARF1) show multiple subcellular localizations in Arabidopsis thaliana (Heynh) L. PLoS One 8(2): e56429.
  4. Nour-Eldin, H. H., Andersen, T. G., Burow, M., Madsen, S. R., Jorgensen, M. E., Olsen, C. E., Dreyer, I., Hedrich, R., Geiger, D. and Halkier, B. A. (2012). NRT/PTR transporters are essential for translocation of glucosinolate defence compounds to seeds. Nature 488(7412): 531-534.
1 Protocol published
Grafting Arabidopsis
Authors:  Tonni Grube Andersen, Dacheng Liang, Barbara Ann Halkier and Rosemary White, date: 07/05/2014, view: 5867, Q&A: 0
In Arabidopsis thaliana, hypocotyl micrografting has been used to investigate transport of flowering signals, mobile silencing signals and other peptides, proteins and secondary compounds. The effects of transported signals on target ...