Michael Nodine

Small RNA functions in plant embryos

Research focus

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are a class of small regulatory RNAs that are essential for plant embryo development. Our major goal is to understand how miRNAs shape the gene regulatory networks that control plant embryogenesis. We are using a combination of cutting-edge experimental and computational approaches to achieve this aim.

Selected publications

Schon M and Nodine M (2017) Widespread Contamination of Arabidopsis Embryo and Endosperm Transcriptome Datasets. Plant Cell 29(4):608-17.

Lutzmayer S, Enugutti B, Nodine M (2017) Novel small RNA spike-in oligonucleotides enable absolute normalization of small RNA-Seq data. Sci Reports 7:5913.

Vashisht D, Nodine MD (2014) MicroRNA functions in plant embryos. Biochem Soc Trans 42(2):352–7.

Nodine MD, Bartel DP (2012) Maternal and paternal genomes contribute equally to the transcriptome of early plant embryos. Nature 482(7383):94-7.

Nodine MD, Bartel DP (2010) MicroRNAs prevent precocious gene expression and enable pattern formation during plant embryogenesis. Genes Dev 24(23):2678-92.

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