Krasileva Lab news recap 2022

January 24, 2023 Ksenia Krasileva No comments exist

October 2022 – Recent publications, preprints and upcoming talks

This month we are celebrating:

NB! upcoming talk alert. MPMI Awardee Kyungyong Seong will present his computational structural genomics work at the Virtual MPMI Seminar Series. November 15, 2022 at 10AM CSTRegister Now

September 2022 – Congrats Erin and Mark on a new research paper

Congratulations to postdoc from the lab Erin Baggs on new research paper. You can read the press release here: “New findings detail alternative immune pathways in duckweed species

  • Baggs, E.L., Tiersma, M.B., Abramson, B.W., Michael, T.P. and Krasileva, K.V. (2022), Characterization of defense responses against bacterial pathogens in duckweeds lacking EDS1. New Phytol. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.18453

July 2022 – Congrats Kyungyong on the best grad student author paper, Science art by Dr Lorena Parra

Congratulations to the graduate student Kyungyong Seong for receiving MPMI Graduate Student Paper Award for 2021 for his paper, Computational structural genomics unravels common folds and novel families in the secretome of fungal phytopathogen Magnaporthe oryzae. This award goes to the best paper published in MPMI by a graduate student first author.

“Your approach using structure modeling to identify effector families by their folded shape, rather than amino acid sequence opens up a world of possibilities, not only in identifying new effectors but also in understanding the evolution of effector families and functions, and, in the future, as a tool in immune receptor engineering. In addition, your paper was clearly and logically written, with implications and future uses of this approach clearly visualized and explained.” -Jeanne Harris, Editor in chief, MPMI.

We also have new science art from the lab. Dr Lorena Parra depicted devastating wheat pathogens that we work on in these wonderful pastel drawings: wheat blast (Magnaporthe oryzae, left) and wheat stripe rust (Puccinia stiiformis f.sp. tritici, right)

May 2022 – new preprint! (yes, we know, we keep writing them)

We have more exciting new research. Do you remember our previous article on computational structural genomics in Magnaporthe oryzae? Here is the part two of this research. If you have not done this already, go and read about comparative computational structural genomics across many fungal pathogens.

March 2022 – read new preprints from the lab

This has been an unprecedentedly productive start of the year. We have exciting new research coming out. Apologies, I have been disturbed by all ongoing events and Slacking to update this website. Here are links to two new lab led preprints!

Read them! Review them openly! Send authors your comments and thoughts, do tell what you liked, what you wished for to be included.In the meantime, I stand with Ukraine,Ksenia

January 2022 – Congratulations Kyungyong and welcome new UGs

In a latest collaborative preprint, Kyungyong describes his quest for high quality genome of a highly heterozygous wild tomato (reservoir of disease resistance, it also smells nice and very unique). Kyungyong presents it as a resource for the community, and also in depth unique exploration of NLR diversity on haplotype level. This preprint marks the 25th publication since the establishment of Krasileva Lab in December 2014.

This month, we also welcome a new cohort of the undergraduate apprentices. Welcome William, Mari, Marcus, and Duke. Sarah Song and Anne Nakamoto continue their studies, Sarah rapidly learning comparative plant genomics, and Anne focusing on her senior thesis on Magnaporthe comparative genomics.

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