Biochemistry, Arabidopsis, Cell biology, Signal transduction and Calcium signaling are his primary areas of study. His study brings together the fields of Biophysics and Biochemistry. His studies in Arabidopsis integrate themes in fields like Arabidopsis thaliana and Regulation of gene expression.
His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transcription factor, Mutant and Root hair. His work investigates the relationship between Signal transduction and topics such as Computational biology that intersect with problems in Signaling network and Proteomics. His work is dedicated to discovering how Calcium signaling, Calcium-binding protein are connected with Protein-Serine-Threonine Kinases, Conserved sequence, Protein structure and Bioinformatics and other disciplines.
Jörg Kudla mainly focuses on Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Biochemistry, Kinase and Calcium signaling. Cell biology is closely attributed to Botany in his work. His research integrates issues of Arabidopsis thaliana, Calcium-binding protein, Transcription factor and Abscisic acid in his study of Arabidopsis.
In his research, Ion channel, Förster resonance energy transfer and Protein–protein interaction is intimately related to Biophysics, which falls under the overarching field of Biochemistry. His research in Kinase tackles topics such as Receptor which are related to areas like Cell wall. His work focuses on many connections between Calcium signaling and other disciplines, such as Second messenger system, that overlap with his field of interest in Transport protein.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Kinase, Phosphorylation and Abscisic acid. Cell wall is closely connected to Receptor in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Cell biology. His Arabidopsis study combines topics in areas such as Myristoylation, Transcription factor and Lipid modification.
His Kinase research also works with subjects such as
Jörg Kudla focuses on Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Kinase, Function and Calcium signaling. In the field of Cell biology, his study on Phosphorylation, NADPH oxidase and Myristoylation overlaps with subjects such as Lipid-anchored protein and S-acylation. His research in Phosphorylation intersects with topics in Arabidopsis thaliana, ABI1 and Abiotic stress.
His work carried out in the field of Arabidopsis brings together such families of science as Plant protein and Förster resonance energy transfer. His research in Kinase intersects with topics in Receptor and Cell wall. The Calcium signaling study which covers Protein phosphorylation that intersects with Regulation of gene expression, Transcription factor and Ion homeostasis.
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Visualization of protein interactions in living plant cells using bimolecular fluorescence complementation.
Michael Walter;Christina Chaban;Katia Schütze;Oliver Batistic.
Plant Journal (2004)
The AtGenExpress global stress expression data set: protocols, evaluation and model data analysis of UV-B light, drought and cold stress responses
Joachim Kilian;Dion Whitehead;Jakub Horak;Dierk Wanke.
Plant Journal (2007)
Calcium signals: the lead currency of plant information processing
Jörg Kudla;Oliver Batistič;Kenji Hashimoto.
The Plant Cell (2010)
The Arabidopsis CDPK-SnRK Superfamily of Protein Kinases
Estelle M. Hrabak;Catherine W.M. Chan;Michael Gribskov;Jeffrey F. Harper.
Plant Physiology (2003)
Calmodulins and Calcineurin B–like Proteins: Calcium Sensors for Specific Signal Response Coupling in Plants
Sheng Luan;Jörg Kudla;Manuel Rodriguez-Concepcion;Shaul Yalovsky.
The Plant Cell (2002)
Calcium Sensors and Their Interacting Protein Kinases: Genomics of the Arabidopsis and Rice CBL-CIPK Signaling Networks
Üner Kolukisaoglu;Stefan Weinl;Dragica Blazevic;Oliver Batistic.
Plant Physiology (2004)
Multicolor bimolecular fluorescence complementation reveals simultaneous formation of alternative CBL/CIPK complexes in planta
Rainer Waadt;Lena K. Schmidt;Marc Lohse;Kenji Hashimoto.
Plant Journal (2008)
Genes for Calcineurin B-Like Proteins in Arabidopsis Are Differentially Regulated by Stress Signals
Jörg Kudla;Qiang Xu;Klaus Harter;Wilhelm Gruissem.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1999)
A ubiquitin-10 promoter-based vector set for fluorescent protein tagging facilitates temporal stability and native protein distribution in transient and stable expression studies
Christopher Grefen;Naomi Donald;Kenji Hashimoto;Jörg Kudla.
Plant Journal (2010)
Two calcineurin B-like calcium sensors, interacting with protein kinase CIPK23, regulate leaf transpiration and root potassium uptake in Arabidopsis.
Yong Hwa Cheong;Girdhar K. Pandey;John J. Grant;Oliver Batistic.
Plant Journal (2007)
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