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Agnieszka Ludwików


Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University, 2006
Project Manager, Centre for European Integration, 2010

Current position

Associate Professor, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Faculty of Biology, Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Department of Biotechnology, Poland

Publications (selected)

  1. Ludwików, A.*, Ciesla, A., Kasprowicz-Maluski, A., Mitula, F., Tajdel, M., Galganski, L., Ziolkowski, P. A., Kubiak, P., Malecka, A., Piechalak, A., Szabat, M., Gorska, A., Dabrowski, M., Ibragimow, I. and Sadowski, J. (2014). Arabidopsis protein phosphatase 2C ABI1 interacts with type I ACC synthases and is involved in the regulation of ozone-induced ethylene biosynthesis. Mol Plant 7(6): 960-976.
  2. Ludwików, A., Babula‐Skowrońska, D., Szczepaniak, M., Belter, N., Dominiak, E. and Sadowski, J. (2013). Expression profiles and genomic organisation of group A protein phosphatase 2C genes in Brassica oleracea. Ann Appl Biol 163(1): 124-134.
  3. Ludwików, A., Kierzek, D., Gallois, P., Zeef, L. and Sadowski, J. (2009). Gene expression profiling of ozone-treated Arabidopsis abi1td insertional mutant: protein phosphatase 2C ABI1 modulates biosynthesis ratio of ABA and ethylene. Planta 230(5): 1003-1017.
  4. Ludwików, A. and Sadowski, J. (2008). Gene networks in plant ozone stress response and tolerance. J Integr Plant Biol 50(10): 1256-1267.
  5. Ludwików, A., Gallois, P. and Sadowski, J. (2004). Ozone-induced oxidative stress response in Arabidopsis: transcription profiling by microarray approach. Cell Mol Biol Lett 9(4B): 829-842.
Protocols by Agnieszka Ludwików
  1. Protein Degradation Assays in Arabidopsis Protoplasts