Aarhus Universitets segl

Selected publications

  1. Gavrin A, Loughlin P, Brear E, GriffithO, Bedon F, Grotemeyer MS, Escudero V, Reguera M, Qu Y, Mohd-Noor S, Chen C, Orsorio M, Rentsch D, Gonzalez-Guerrero M, Day D, Smith P. Soybean Yellow Stripe-like7 is a symbiosome membrane peptide transporter essential for nitrogen fixation. Plant Physiology. 2021; 0: 1–18
  2. Gavrin A, Rey T, Torode T, Toulotte J, Chatterjee A, Kaplan J L, Takagi H, Charoensawan V, David Rengel D, Journet E-P, Debellé F, Carvalho-Niebel F, Terauchi R, Braybrook S, Schornack S. Developmental modulation of root cell wall architecture confers resistance to an oomycete pathogen. Current Biology. 2020; 30(21): 4165-4176
  3. Brear E, Bedon F, Gavrin A, Kryvoruchko IS, Torres-Jerez I, Udvardi MK, Day DA, Smith PMC. GmVTL1 is an iron transporter on the symbiosome membrane of soybean with an important role in nitrogen fixation. New Phytologist. 2020; 228: 667-681.
  4. Gavrin A and Schornack S. Medicago truncatula as a model organism to study conserved and contrasting aspects of symbiotic and pathogenic signalling pathways. In F. J. de Bruijn (Eds.) The Model Legume Medicago truncatula. 2019; 2 Volume Set, 317.
  5. Feng F, Sun J, Radhakrishnan GV, Lee T, Bozsóki Z, Fort S, Gavrin A, Gysel K, Thygesen MB, Andersen KR, Radutoiu S, Stougaard J, Oldroyd G. A combination of chitooligosaccharide and lipochitooligosaccharide recognition promotes arbuscular mycorrhizal associations in Medicago truncatula. Nature communications. 2019; 10(1): 1-12.
  6. Yadav H, Dreher D, Athmer B, Porzel A, Gavrin A, Baldermann S, Tissier AF, Hause B. Medicago TERPENE SYNTHASE 10 is involved in defense against an oomycete root pathogen. Plant Physiology. 2019; 180(3):1598-1613
  7. Fuechtbauer W, Yunusov T, Bozsóki Z, Gavrin A, James EK, Stougaard J, et al. LYS12 LysM receptor decelerates Phytophthora palmivora disease progression in Lotus japonicus. The Plant Journal. 2018; 93(2):297-310.
  8. Rey T, Bonhomme M, Chatterjee A, Gavrin A, Toulotte J, Yang W, et al. The Medicago truncatula GRAS protein RAD1 supports arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis and Phytophthora palmivora susceptibility. Journal of Experimental Botany. 2017; 68(21-22):5871-81.
  9. Gavrin A, Kulikova O, Bisseling T and Fedorova E. Interface symbiotic membrane formation in root nodules of Medicago truncatula: the role of synaptotagmins MtSyt1, MtSyt2 and MtSyt3. Frontiers in Plant Science. 2017; 8:201.
  10. Gavrin A, Chiasson D, Ovchinnikova E, Kaiser B, Bisseling T, Fedorova E. VAMP721a and VAMP721d are important for pectin dynamics and release of bacteria in soybean nodules. New Phytologist. 2016; 210(3):1011-21.
  11. Gavrin A, Fedoorova E. Quantification of the volume and surface area of symbiosomes and vacuoles of infected cells in root nodules of Medicago truncatula. Bio-protocol. 2015; 5(23):e1665.
  12. Gavrin A, Jansen V, Ivanov S, Bisseling T, Fedorova E. ARP2/3-mediated actin nucleation associated with symbiosome membrane is essential for the development of symbiosomes in infected cells of Medicago truncatula root nodules. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 2015; 28(5):605.
  13. Clarke VC, Loughlin PC, Gavrin A, Chen C, Brear EM, Day DA, et al. Proteomic analysis of the soybean symbiosome identifies new symbiotic proteins. Molecular & Cellular Proteomics. 2015; 14(5):1301-22.
  14. Gavrin A, Kaiser B, Geiger D, Tyerman S, Wen Z, Bisseling T, et al. Adjustment of host cells for accommodation of symbiotic bacteria: vacuole defunctionalization, hops suppression, and tip1g retargeting in Medicago. The Plant Cell. 2014; 26(9):3809-22.