Profile – Stig Uggerhøj Andersen

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Name:

Stig Uggerhøj Andersen

Job Title:

Associate Professor

Email:

sua@mbg.au.dk

Phone Number:

+45 87154937

Links:

Google Scholar Profile

Biography:

My interest in sequencing-enabled genetics started with the development of the SHOREmap method for genetic mapping in 2009. Since then, my group has worked with several large sequencing datasets in genome annotation (Lotus japonicus, white clover, blueberry, Tarantula, Velvet spider), the LORE1 insertion mutant resource (http://lotus.au.dk), small RNA profiling, L. japonicus and white clover re-sequencing, rhizobium genome assembly, QTL and genome-wide association projects. The biological focus is on plant-microbe interactions, both symbiotic and pathogenic, and I am currently running a large project aimed at improving white clover nitrogen fixation based on genomic prediction of interspecies interactions (NCHAIN).

Research Areas:

  • Bioinformatics
  • Genomics
  • Nitrogen fixation

Current N-related Projects:

Bibliography:

Mun, T., A. Bachmann, V. Gupta, J. Stougaard, and S.U. Andersen, Lotus Base: An integrated information portal for the model legume Lotus japonicus. Sci Rep, 2016. 6: p. 39447.
Malolepszy, A., T. Mun, N. Sandal, V. Gupta, M. Dubin, D. Urbanski, N. Shah, A. Bachmann, E. Fukai, H. Hirakawa, S. Tabata, M. Nadzieja, K. Markmann, J. Su, Y. Umehara, T. Soyano, A. Miyahara, S. Sato, M. Hayashi, J. Stougaard, and S.U. Andersen, The LORE1 insertion mutant resource. Plant J, 2016. 88(2): p. 306-317.
Acosta-Jurado, S., D.N. Rodriguez-Navarro, Y. Kawaharada, J.F. Perea, A. Gil-Serrano, H. Jin, Q. An, M.A. Rodriguez-Carvajal, S.U. Andersen, N. Sandal, J. Stougaard, J.M. Vinardell, and J.E. Ruiz-Sainz, Sinorhizobium fredii HH103 Invades Lotus burttii by Crack Entry in a Nod Factor-and Surface Polysaccharide-Dependent Manner. Mol Plant Microbe Interact, 2016: p. MPMI09160195R.
5. Malolepszy, A., D.F. Urbanski, E.K. James, N. Sandal, E. Isono, J. Stougaard, and S.U. Andersen, The deubiquitinating enzyme AMSH1 is required for rhizobial infection and nodule organogenesis in Lotus japonicus. Plant J, 2015. 83(4): p. 719-31.
Kawaharada, Y., S. Kelly, M.W. Nielsen, C.T. Hjuler, K. Gysel, A. Muszynski, R.W. Carlson, M.B. Thygesen, N. Sandal, M.H. Asmussen, M. Vinther, S.U. Andersen, L. Krusell, S. Thirup, K.J. Jensen, C.W. Ronson, M. Blaise, S. Radutoiu, and J. Stougaard, Receptor-mediated exopolysaccharide perception controls bacterial infection. Nature, 2015. 523(7560): p. 308-12.
Holt, D.B., V. Gupta, D. Meyer, N.B. Abel, S.U. Andersen, J. Stougaard, and K. Markmann, micro RNA 172 (miR172) signals epidermal infection and is expressed in cells primed for bacterial invasion in Lotus japonicus roots and nodules. New Phytol, 2015. 208(1): p. 241-56.