Dr. Takayuki Tohge

Dr. Takayuki Tohge
Dr. Takayuki Tohge

Position

Projektleiter "Translatorische Analysen des Sekundärmetabolismus"

Karriere

2013 seit Oktober: Projektleiter am MPI-MP
2016 seit Januar: Gast-Professor an der Chiba Universität
2007 seit April: Gastwissenschaftler am RIKEN CSRS
2008 Juni-2010 Juli: Alexander-von-Humboldt Stipendium am MPI-MP
2007 April-2013 September: PostDoc am MPI-MP
2005 April-2007 März: PostDoc am RIKEN PSC

Abschlüsse

PhD: 2005, Chiba University Japan (Pharmazie)
Master: 2001, Kanazawa University Japan (Pharmazie)

Contact

Telefon: + 49 (0)331 567 8211
Fax: + 49 (0)331 567 8250
Email: 

Adresse

Takayuki Tohge, PhD
Max-Planck-Institut für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie
Wissenschaftspark Potsdam-Golm
Am Mühlenberg 1
14476 Potsdam, Germany

Sonstiges

Highly Cited Researchers 2014 and 2015 published by Thomson Reuters in the Plant & Animal Science’ field.

http://highlycited.com/

ASPB Top Authors (Recognizing Our Authors in 2009–2013)The recognizing ASPB authors acknowledges authors of ASPB most highly cited papers published between 2009 and 2013. 

http://blog.aspb.org/2015/05/27/recognizing-our-authors-stierhof-tohge-and-valent/

http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/my.aspb.org/resource/resmgr/docs/aspbtopauthors.pdf

The top-cited paper of amongst the papers in the field of “plant biotechnology” published in 2005 [Nature Biotechnology. (2007): Trend in biotech literature 2006. 27, 961]. (refers to Tohge T., et al., (2005). Plant J., 42, 218-235.) 

http://www.nature.com/nbt/journal/v25/n9/box/nbt0907-961_BX5.html

Top 10 Veröffentlichungen (*verantwortlicher Autor)

  1. Tohge Tet al. (2005) Functional genomics by integrated analysis of metabolome and transcriptome of Arabidopsis plants over-expressing a MYB transcription factor. Plant J., 42, 218-235. 
    The top-cited paper of amongst the papers in the field of “plant biotechnology” published in 2005 [Nature Biotechnology(2007): Trend in biotech literature 2006. 27, 961].
  2. Yonekura-Sakakibara K.+Tohge T.+et al. (2008) Comprehensive Flavonol Profiling and Transcriptome Coexpression Analysis Leading to Decoding Gene–Metabolite Correlations in
    Arabidopsis. Plant Cell, 20, 2160-2176. +equal first authors
  3. Tohge, T. and Fernie A.R. (2010) Combining genetic diversity, informatics, and metabolomics to facilitate annotation of plant gene function. Nature Protocol, 5, 1210-1227.
  4. Djamei A. et al. (2011) Metabolomic priming by a secreted fungal effector. Nature, 478, 395-398.
  5. Alejandro S.,+* Lee Y.+Tohge T.+* et al. (2012) AtABCG29 is a monolignol transporter involved in lignin biosynthesis. Current Biology, 22, 1207-1212. +equal first authors
  6. Tohge T.* et al. (2013) The evolution of phenylpropanoid metabolism in the green lineage. Crit Rev Biochem Mol Biol., 48, 123-152.
  7. Wang L. et al. (2014) Comparative analyses of C₄ and C₃ photosynthesis in developing leaves of maize and rice. Nature Biotechnology, 32, 1158-1165.
  8. Bolger A. et al. (2014) The genome of the stress-tolerant wild tomato species Solanum pennellii. Nature Genetics, 46, 1034-1038
  9. Zhang Y. et al. (2015) Multi-level Engineering Facilitates the Production of Phenylpropanoid Compounds in Tomato. Nature Communications. 6, 8635.
  10. Tohge et al. (2016) Characterization of a recently evolved flavonol-phenylacyltransferase gene provides signatures of natural light selection in Brassicaceae, Nature Communicationsin-press.
 
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