Nils Nebel studied biology at the University of Freiburg, where he wrote his bachelor thesis on regulation of microRNA processing under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Tanja Vogel at the Institute of Anatomy. During his master program, he shifted his focused towards plant systems, maintaining his interest in cell biology and cell differentiation. He joined our group for his master thesis on the spatiotemporal distribution of anionic lipids on peribacteroid membranes inside the root nodule.
Keen on further investigating intracellular infection during root nodule symbiosis, he stayed in our lab starting his doctoral thesis in October 2021. He is aiming to find new candidate genes involved in the facilitation of bacterial release into host-derived compartments and symbiotic cell differentiation in the root nodule tissue.
Su C, Rodriguez-Franco M, Lace B, Nebel N, Hernandez-Reyes C, Liang P, Schulze E, Popp C, Keller J, Libourel C, Fischer AAM, Gabor KE, Mymrikov EV, Gross NM, Mark E, Hunte C, Weber W, Wendler P, Stanislas T, Delaux PM, Einsle O, Ott T (2022)
Remorin proteins serve as membrane topology scaffolds in plants
pre-printed deposited at: bioRxiv; https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.03.15.484384v1 (open access)
Weise SC, Arumugam G, Villarreal A, Videm P, Heidrich S, Nebel N, Dumit VI, Sananbenesi F, Reimann V, Craske M, Schilling O, Hess WR, Fischer A, Backofen R, Vogel T(2019)
FOXG1 Regulates PRKAR2B Transcriptionally and Posttranscriptionally via miR200 in the Adult Hippocampus.
Molecular Neurobiology 56, no. 7 (July 1, 2019): 5188–5201