The research group aims to develop breeding strategies for durable resistance in Solanaceous crops. The research focuses on the understanding of genetic and molecular mechanisms underlying disease resistances in potato and tomato against late blight, powdery mildews, Botrytis, bacteria and virus. Various genetic and genomics approaches are exploited to discover novel natural resistance genes and to study their interaction with the corresponding pathogen. Via comparative biology, the knowledge obtained in tomato/potato is applied to other related but much less well-characterized Solanaceous crops like pepper and eggplants.
Multivariate equivalence testing for food safety assessmentFood and Chemical Toxicology 170 (2022). - ISSN 0278-6915
Phased, chromosome-scale genome assemblies of tetraploid potato reveals a complex genome, transcriptome, and predicted proteome landscape underpinning genetic diversity: Michigan State University
Perception of food-related risks : Difference between consumers and experts and changes over timeFood Control 141 (2022). - ISSN 0956-7135
Phased, chromosome-scale genome assemblies of tetraploid potato reveal a complex genome, transcriptome, and predicted proteome landscape underpinning genetic diversityMolecular Plant 15 (2022)3. - ISSN 1674-2052 - p. 520 - 536.
Synchytrium endobioticum, the potato wart disease pathogenMolecular Plant Pathology 23 (2022)4. - ISSN 1464-6722 - p. 461 - 474.
Susceptibility reversed: modified plant susceptibility genes for resistance to bacteriaTrends in Plant Science 27 (2022)1. - ISSN 1360-1385 - p. 69 - 79.
Raw data for "Host-interactor screens of Phytophthora infestans RXLR proteins reveal vesicle trafficking as a major effector-targeted process": University of East Anglia
The future of crop protection in Europe - Appendix 1 - Overview of current and emerging crop protection practices: European Parliament - ISBN 9789284676859 - p.
Effects of fecal microbiota transplant on DNA methylation in subjects with metabolic syndromeGut Microbes 13 (2021)1. - ISSN 1949-0976
Inactivation of WAT1 in tomato reduces susceptibility to Clavibacter michiganensis through transcriptional reprogramming of auxin related genes.
- Eleni Koseoglou
- Xuexue Shen
- Lampros Siskos
- Miguel Ramirez Gaona
- Elisabeth Yanez
- Danial Monino Lopez
- Jingjing Mao
- He Meng
- Xiaoxiao Xie
- Dong Zhang
- Jillis Grubben
- Christiaan Schol
- Jaae Pichaya Cheewapoonphon
- Romanos Zois
- Laura Groenenberg
- Lei Cui
- Zhe Yan
- Evert Jacobsen
- Ageeth van Tuinen