个人信息

博士生导师
研究员

Email: jungnamcho@sippe.ac.cn
个人网页: http://cholab.sippe.ac.cn

研究方向

Plant Genome Plasticity and Mobile Genetic Elements

Jungnam Cho

个人简介

2018.09-present PI CAS-JIC CEPAMS, Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China
2013.10-2018.08 Postdoc Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
2013.03-2013.09 Postdoc Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
2007.09-2013.02 Ph.D. Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
2001.03-2007.08 B.Sc. Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

研究工作

Transposable elements (TEs or transposons) are often regarded as useless or harmful genomic factors, however, they have played critical roles in genome evolution and diversification of gene function and activities. Particularly in plants, transposons have been leveraged as a main source of (epi)genomic variation and many important agronomic traits are attributed to their mobilization. Research in our group aims to understand the regulatory mechanisms of transposon activation and transposition. To this end, we are using arabidopsis and rice as models to identify and characterize the host factors controlling transposons mobility by applying multidisciplinary approaches of (epi)genetics, biochemistry and bioinformatics.

主要成果

    1. Sensitive detection of pre-integration intermediates of long terminal repeat retrotransposons in crop plants. Nature Plants 5:26-33 (2018). Jungnam Cho#*, Matthias Benoit, Marco Catoni, Hajk-Georg Drost, Anna Brestovitsky, Matthijs Oosterbeek, Jerzy Paszkowski*.

    2. Transposon-derived non-coding RNAs and their function in plants. Frontiers in Plant Science 9(600) : 1-6 (2018). Jungnam Cho#*.

    3. Regulation of rice root development by a retrotransposon acting as a microRNA sponge. Elife 6(e30038) : 1-21 (2017). Jungnam Cho#* and Jerzy Paszkowski*.
    - This paper was highlighed in Nature Plants, Plantae and Elife digest

    4. Negative regulatory roles of DE-ETIOLATED1 in flowering time in Arabidopsis. Scientific Reports 5 (9728) : 1-8 (2015). Min-Young Kang#, Soo-Cheul Yoo#, Hye-Young Kwon, Byoung-Doo Lee, Jung-Nam Cho, Yoo-Sun Noh, Nam-Cheon Paek*.

    5. Control of seed germination by light-induced histone arginine demethylation activity. Developmental Cell 22(4) : 736-748 (2012). Jung-Nam Cho#, Jee-Youn Ryu, Young-Min Jeong, Jihye Park, Ji-Joon Song, Richard M. Amasino, Bosl Noh*, Yoo-Sun Noh*.
    - This paper was highlighted in Developmental Cell

    6. The RNA-binding protein ELF9 directly reduces SUPPRESSOR OF OVEREXPRESSION OF CO transcript levels in Arabidopsis, possibly via nonsense-mediated mRNA decay. The Plant Cell 21(4) : 1195-1211 (2009). Hae-Ryong Song#, Ju-Dong Song, Jung-Nam Cho, Richard M. Amasino, Bosl Noh*, Yoo-Sun Noh*.