Oxygen Constraints on Microbial Secretomes during Plant Cell Wall Turnover
The OxyMiST consortium will establish how oxygen contributes to whole plant cell wall (PCW) degradation by microbial secretomes. The role of oxygen in promoting and restricting these enzymatic processes has been largely overlooked in the past.
The project extends from environmental microbial diversity to metasecretomics, from controlled laboratory PCW degradation to defined enzyme reactivity, and from molecular structure to fine-tuned enzymatic modifications. Leading scientists in Copenhagen, Marseille and Cambridge will take advantage of existing expertise and infrastructure to develop new advanced methodologies such as phylopeptidomics for this study.
The primary outcome of this research will be a completely revised view of the dynamic and temporal changes in the spectrum and activity of enzymes secreted during the turnover of PCWs. In particular, the constraint imparted by the dissolved O2 in two ecosystems (peat and wood) will be defined.
The project will integrate research carried out at the three research institutions:
- French National Institute for Agricultural Research, Food and Environment – INRAE, Marseille
- The University of Cambridge - UC, Cambridge
- The University of Copenhagen - UCPH, Copenhagen.
The work is organised in three broad themes encompassing ecology, microbiology and enzymology.
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Professor Francis Martin
INRAE, Nancy, France
Senior Science Manager Kristian B. Krogh
Professor Henrik Scheller
Berkley University of California
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|Anne Blicher||Laboratory Technician||+4535328028|
|Helle Jakobe Martens||Associate Professor||+4528960218|
|Jonas Thomsen||Research Assistant|
|Magnus Hallas-Møller||Assistant Professor||+4535332313|
|Sascha Hellmann Hansen||Research Assistant||+4535334960|
|Signe Lett||Assistant Professor||+4535326162|
|Søren Brander||Assistant Professor||+4535331261|
External members University of Cambridge:
|Paul Dupree||PI, Professor|
|Darragh Kelleher||PhD student|
|Xioalan Yu||Technical Scientist|
External members INRAE:
|Jean-Guy Berrin||PI, Senior research scientist|
|Marie-Noelle Rosso||Research scientist|
|Lionel Tarrago||Research scientist|
|Nicolas Terrapon||Assistant Professor|
Professer Paul Dupree - honorary doctorate recipient2023.11.14
Professor Katja Salomon Johansen - new member of esteemed research society2023.11.02
The microbiome processes of peat degradation2023.10.30
Prof. Paul Dupree - honorary doctorate and lecture in Cph2023.10.25
Annual Meeting 2023 in Cambridge2023.10.23
Helle Martens in podcast2023.10.10
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The OxyMiST project is funded by a six year grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation, Grant number NNF20OC0059697
Project: Oxygen Constraints on Microbial Secretomes during Plant Cell Wall Turnover (OxyMiST)
Period: Apr. 2021 – Mar. 2027