Lina Duan, first author of Characterization of CYCLOPHILLIN38 shows that a photosynthesis-derived systemic signal controls lateral root emergence
Current position: Basic Life Research Scientist, Stanford University
Education: PhD in Science School, National University of Singapore
Non-scientific interests: reading novels, drawing
Brief bio: I joined Prof. Dinneny’s lab in 2008, and was interested in plant hormone signaling responses during high salinity stress, using Arabidopsis root as the model. After my PhD work, I continued my post-doc work in Dinneny lab after 2013, focusing on the shoot-root interaction mechanisms through CYCLOPHILLIN38. In the meantime, I was also engaged in the study of cis-regulatory elements by using synthetic biology approach. 6xABRE, for example, has been characterized as an ABA/stress marker.
文章：Characterization of CYCLOPHILLIN38 shows that a photosynthesis-derived systemic signal controls lateral root emergence