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PD Dr. Tatjana Kleinow

PD Dr.
Tatjana Kleinow

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Universität Stuttgart
Abteilung Molekularbiologie und Virologie der Pflanzen
Pfaffenwaldring 57
70569 Stuttgart
Deutschland

Fachgebiet
Research
Publikationen
Publications
Lebenslauf
Scientific CV
Weitere Aufgaben
Assignments
Lehre und Tutoriat
Teaching and Tuition


Fachgebiet:

Research

research a

a) Geminiviruses: molecular biology of plant virus movement, identification and functional characterization of molecular virus/plant interactions in intra- and intercellular transport, analysis of posttranslational modifications in geminiviral movement proteins and their modifying host enzymes

b) Macromolecular trafficking : molecular characterization of regulatory plant factors implicated in intra- and intercellular movement, sink and source regulation, stress and glucose signal transduction, carbohydrate metabolism

research b

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Publikationen:

Publications

Publication
  • Krenz, B., Deuschle, K., Deigner, T., Unseld, S., Kepp, G., Wege, C., Kleinow, T., Jeske, H. (2015). Early functions of the Abutilon mosaic virus AC2 gene as a replication brake. J. Virol., in press.
  • Krenz, B., Guo, T.W., Kleinow, T. (2014) Stromuling when stressed! Acta Soc. Bot. Pol., 83, 325– 329.
  • Richter, K., Kleinow, T., Jeske, H. (2014). Somatic homologous recombination in plants is promoted by a geminivirus in a tissue-selective manner. Virology, 452, 287-296.
  • Krenz, B., Jeske, H., Kleinow, T. (2012). The induction of stromule formation by a plant DNA-virus in epidermal leaf tissues suggests a novel intra- and intercellular macromolecular trafficking route. Front. Plant Sci., 3,291.
  • Krenz, B., F. Neugart, F., T. Kleinow, T., and H. Jeske, H. (2011). Self-interaction of Abutilon mosaic virus replication initiator protein (Rep) in plant cell nuclei. Virus Res., 161, 194-197.
  • Krenz, B., Windeisen, V., Wege, C., Jeske, H., and Kleinow, T. (2010a). A plastid-targeted heat shock cognate 70 kDa protein interacts with the Abutilon mosaic virus movement protein. Virology, 401, 6-17.
  • Kleinow, T., Tanwir, F., Kocher, C., Krenz, B., Wege, C., and Jeske, H. (2009c). Expression dynamics and ultrastructural localization of epitope-tagged Abutilon mosaic virus nuclear shuttle and movement proteins in Nicotiana benthamiana cells. Virology, 391, 212-220.
  • Kleinow, T., Himbert, S., Krenz, B., Jeske, H., and Koncz, C. (2009b). NAC domain transcription factor ATAF1 interacts with SNF1-related kinases and silencing of its subfamily causes severe developmental defects in Arabidopsis. Plant Sci., 177, 360-370.
  • Kleinow, T., Nischang, M., Beck, A., Kratzer, U., Tanwir, F., Preiss, W., Kepp, G., and Jeske, H. (2009a). Three C-terminal phosphorylation sites in the Abutilon mosaic virus movement protein affect symptom development and viral DNA accumulation. Virology, 390, 89-101.
  • Kleinow, T., Holeiter, G., M., Nischang, Stein, M., Karayavuz, M., Wege, C., and Jeske, H. (2008). Post-translational modifications of Abutilon mosaic virus movement protein (BC1) in fission yeast. Virus Res., 131, 86-94.
  • Frischmuth, S., Kleinow, T., Aberle, H.-J., Wege, C., Hülser, D., and Jeske, H. (2004). Yeast two-hybrid systems confirm the membrane-association and oligomerization of BC1 but do not detect an interaction of the movement proteins BC1 and BV1 of Abutilon mosaic geminivirus. Arch. Virol., 149, 2349-2364.
  • Rios, G., Lossow, A., Hertel, B., Breuer, F., Schaefer, S., Broich, M., Kleinow, T., Jasik, J., Winter, J., Ferrando, A., Farras, R., Panicot, M., Henriques, R., Mariaux, JB., Oberschall, A., Molnar, G., Berendzen, K., Shukla, V., Lafos, M., Koncz, Z., Redei, GP., Schell, J., und Koncz, C. (2002) Rapid identification of Arabidopsis insertion mutants by non-radioactive detection of T-DNA tagged genes. Plant J., 32, 243-253.
  • Farras, R., Ferrando, A., Jasik, J., Kleinow, T., Okresz, L., Tiburcio, A., Salchert, K., del Pozo, C., Schell, J., und Koncz, C. (2001) SKP1-SnRK protein kinase interactions mediate proteasomal binding of a plant SCF ubiquitin ligase. EMBO J., 20, 2742-2756.
  • Lumbreras, V., Alba, MM., Kleinow, T., Koncz, C., und Pages, M. (2001) Domain fusion between SNF1-related kinase subunits during plant evolution. EMBO Rep., 2, 55-60.
  • Kleinow, T., Bhalerao, R., Breuer, F., Umeda, M., Salchert, K., und Koncz, C. (2000) Functional identification of an Arabidopsis snf4 ortholog by screening for heterologous multicopy suppressors of snf4 deficiency in yeast. Plant J., 23, 115-122.
  • Kellmann, JW., Kleinow, T., Engelhardt, K., Philipp, C., Wegener, D., Schell, J., and Schreier, PH. (1996) Characterization of two class II chitinase genes from peanut and expression studies in transgenic tobacco plants. Plant Mol. Biol., 30, 351-358.

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Lebenslauf:

Curriculum Vitae

CV-1

Priv.-Doz. Dr. Tatjana Kleinow

*18.07.1967 in Cologne (Köln)
(Nordrhein-Westfalen), Germany

CV-2

Scientific Career

since 2011

Privatdozentin,
University of Stuttgart,
Faculty of Energy Technology,
Process Engineering and Biological Engineering

January 2011

Habilitation degree in "Molecular Biology and Plant Virology",
University of Stuttgart,
Faculty of Energy Technology,
Process Engineering and Biological Engineering

since 2002

Principal Investigator / Responsible Project Leader,

Research Associate (Wissenschaftliche Assistentin C1),
University of Stuttgart, Institute of Biology
with two fields of research:

a) Geminiviruses: molecular biology of plant virus movement, identification and functional characterization of molecular virus/plant interactions in intra- and intercellular transport, analysis of posttranslational modifications in geminiviral movement proteins and their modifying host enzymes

b) Macromolecular trafficking: molecular characterization of regulatory plant factors implicated in intra- and intercellular movement, sink and source regulation, stress and glucose signal transduction, carbohydrate metabolism

2000 – 2002

Postdoctoral Fellow (Postdoktorandin),
Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding, Cologne, Dpt. Genetic Principals of Plant Breeding (J. Schell)/Plant Developmental Biology (G. Coupland),

July 2000

Doctoral Degree (Dr. rer. nat.), Universität zu Köln

1996 - 2000

Scientific Staff Member (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin),
Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding, Cologne, Dpt. Genetic Principals of Plant Breeding (J. Schell),

April 1996

Graduation: Biology (Dipl.-Biol.), Universität zu Köln

1990 - 1996

Studies of Biology (Diplom), Universität zu Köln

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Weitere Angaben:

Assignments & Responsibilities

Academic University Assignments

since 2010

Faculty of Energy Technology, Process Engineering and
Biological Engineering: Faculty's Equal Opportunity Commissioner

since 2010

Faculty Council, Faculty of Energy Technology, Process Engineering and
Biological Engineering: scientific staff delegate substitute

2004 - 2007

Faculty of Geo- and Biosciences: Faculty's Equal Opportunity Commissioner

Examiner

since 2011

Dr. rer. nat. (PhD) examiner (Faculty of Energy Technology, Process Engineering and Biological Engineering, University of Stuttgart); Diplom examiner in study programme "Technical Biology"

since 2009

Examiner "1st Staatsexamen Biologie" (part of qualification programme "Food Chemistry" [Staatsexamen], Universities Stuttgart and Hohenheim)

University Responsibilites

since 2003

General and Laboratory Safety Officer - substitute, Institute of Biology, University of Stuttgart

since 2002

Radiation Safety Officer at the Institute of Biology, University of Stuttgart


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Lehre und Tutoriat

Teaching and Tuition

since WS2011

B.Sc./M.Sc./Dr. rer nat. [PhD] Scientific Research Projects
(Supervision, Examination)

since WS 2011

"Molecular Biology"
(Theory and Exercise Course for Undergraduates / B.Sc., Module Techn. Biol. III, Jeske/Kleinow/Wege; 2 SWS/WS)

since WS 2009

"Plant Cells, Tissues, and Organs: Structures & Functions"
(Lectures within series of lectures "Basics in Technical Biology" for Undergraduates / B.Sc.; Module Techn. Biol. I and Food Chemistry, 0.5 SWS/WS)

since WS 2009

"Basics in Technical Biology: Botany-Related Training & Technologically Relevant Applications"
(Laboratory Exercise Courses and Students' Seminar for Undergraduates / B.Sc, Module Techn. Biol. I and Food Chemistry [Staatsexamen], and others; in total 4 SWS/WS)

since 2003

Students' Research Projects "Molecular Biology and Plant Virology"
(Graduates / M.Sc.; 9 SWS/SS)

since 2003

B.Sc./M.Sc. Scientific Research Projects
(Supervision)

since WS 2002

"Molecular Biology"
(Laboratory Course and Seminar for Graduates / M.Sc.; 10 SWS/SS)

since 2002

"Plant Molecular Biology"
(Seminar for Graduates / M.Sc.; Jeske/Kleinow/Wege and team; 2 SWS/term)

since 2002

Seminar "Journal Club: Molecular Biology and Plant Virology"
(Seminar for Graduates / M.Sc/.; Jeske/Kleinow/Wege and team; 1 SWS/term)

occasionally

Lecture "Plant Virology" (Graduates / M.Sc.; 2 SWS)

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