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Professor

Cho, Hyung-Taeg

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Research
Cell Biology Plant Sciences

1. Mechanism of plant cell differentiation
● Regulatory mechanism of the master modulator for cell differentiation
● Evolution of cell differentiation machinery
● Signaling from cell wall to nucleus
2. Molecular action mechanism of auxin, the plant morphogen
● Polarity determination of auxin transporters
● Diversification of auxin signaling
3. The root hair: an in planta single cell system to study cell morphogenesis and auxin action

Education/Career
Education
  • - 1990.3 - 1994.8 Ph.D. : Biology, Seoul National University
  • - 1986.3 - 1998.2 Master: Botany, Seoul National University
  • - 1982.3 - 1986.2 Bachelor: Botany, Seoul National University
Career
  • - 2012.9-present Professor, Seoul National University
  • - 2008.9-2012.8 Associate Professor, School of Biological Sciences, Seoul National University
  • - 2003.7-2008.8 Assistant & Associate Professor, Biology, Chungnam National University
  • - 1998.10-2003.6 Post Doctorate, Biology, Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A.
  • - 1995.4-1998.9 Post Doctorate, Plant Research lab, Michigan State University, U.S.A.
Publications
  1. Lee H, Ganguly A, Song B, Cho H-T (2021) Calcium-dependent protein kinase 29 modulates PIN-FORMED polarity and Arabidopsis development via its own phosphorylation code. Plant Cell 33, koab207, https://doi.org/10.1093/plcell/koab207.
  2. Mangano S*, Denita-Juarez SP*, Choi HS*, Marzol E*, Hwang Y, Ranocha P, Velasquez SM, Barberini ML, Borassi C, Aptekmann AA, Muschieti JP, Nadra AD, Durand C, Cho H-T**, Estevez JM** (* co-first; ** co-corresponding) (2017). Molecular link between auxin and ROS-mediated polar growth. Proc Nat Aca Sci USA, 114, 5289-5294.
  3. Hwang Y, Choi H-S, Cho H-M, Cho H-T (2017) Tracheophytes Contain Conserved Orthologs of a Basic Helix-loop-helix Transcription Factor to Modulate ROOT HAIR SPECIFIC Genes. Plant Cell 29, 39-53.
  4. Ganguly A, Park M, Kesawat MS, Cho H-T (2014) Functional Analysis of the Hydrophilic Loop in Intracellular Trafficking of Arabidopsis PIN-FORMED Proteins. Plant Cell 26, 1570-1585.
  5. Ganguly A, Lee SH, Cho H-T (2012) Functional Identification of the Phosphorylation Sites of Arabidopsis PIN-FORMED3 for Its Subcellular Localization and Biological Role. Plant J 71, 810-823.
  6. Cho M, Lee J, Cho H-T (2012) ATP-Binding Cassette B4, An Auxin-Efflux Transporter, Stably Associates with the Plasma membrane and Shows Distinctive Intracellular Trafficking from That of PIN-FORMEDs. Plant Physiol 159, 642-654.