Institute of

Forest Genetics

Secretariat Großhansdorf

Irene Joraszik

Sieker Landstraße 2
22927 Großhansdorf
Phone: +49 4102 696 0
Fax: +49 4102 696 200
fg@thuenen.de

Location manager Waldsieversdorf

  • Volker Schneck

Secretariat Waldsieversdorf

Stefanie Mordau

Eberswalder Chaussee 3a
15377 Waldsieversdorf
Phone: +49 33433 157 0
Fax: +49 33433 157 199
fg-ws@thuenen.de


PD Dr. Birgit Kersten

Employee in the Field of Activity Genome Research, Focus Bioinformatics

PD Dr. Birgit  Kersten
Address
Sieker Landstraße 2
22927 Großhansdorf
Phone
+49 4102 696 105
Fax
+49 4102 696 200
E-Mail
birgit.kersten@thuenen.de

Study of Biology/Biophysics at the Humboldt University of Berlin (diploma in 1988; PhD in 2000)

2000 – 2006 Group leader at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics and at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in Berlin; active in genomics and proteomics; development of plant protein microarrays and of different applications

2006-2010 After switch to bioinformatics (2006), leader of bioinformatic teams at the former RZPD in Berlin and the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology in Potsdam-Golm; responsible for GabiPD, the GABI Primary Database
(http://www.gabipd.org)

since 2010 Staff scientist (bioinformatics) at the Thünen Institute of Forest Genetics in the field of activity „Genome Research“; bioinformatic analyses of genomic and transcriptomic data from next generation sequencing of different tree species

2017 Habilitation at the department of Molecular Biology at the University of Potsdam

2017 Habilitation and venia legendi in Molecular Biology at the University of Hamburg

Projects (management):

Holz-DNA-Barcoding
Entwicklung von Forschungsdatenbanken

Projects (involved):

Poplar dioecy
Oak defence
Genomanalyse bei Bäumen
GenMon
Fichte-Trockenheit
Methylsalicylat in Birken
Transformation-induzierte Mutationen

Editorial Boards

Review editor of the journal "Frontiers in Plant Proteomics"
more information: www.frontiersin.org/Plant_Proteomics

Publications

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  1. Bolte A, Sanders TGM, Natkhin M, Czajkowski T, Chakraborty T, Liesebach H, Kersten B, Mader M, Liesebach M, Lenz C, Lautner S, Löffler S, Kätzel R (2021) Coming from dry regions Norway spruce seedlings suffer less under drought. Eberswalde: Thünen Institute of Forest Ecosystems, 2 p, Project Brief Thünen Inst 2021/16a, DOI:10.3220/PB1623066406000
    pdf document (limited accessibility) 952 kb
  2. Bertic M, Schröder H, Kersten B, Fladung M, Orgel F, Buegger F, Schnitzler JP, Ghirardo A (2021) European oak chemical diversity - from ecotypes to herbivore resistance. New Phytol 232(2):818-834, DOI:10.1111/nph.17608
    pdf document (limited accessibility) 3362 kb
  3. Bolte A, Sanders TGM, Natkhin M, Czajkowski T, Chakraborty T, Liesebach H, Kersten B, Mader M, Liesebach M, Lenz C, Lautner S, Löffler S, Kätzel R (2021) Junge Fichten aus trockenen Regionen leiden weniger unter Trockenstress. Eberswalde: Thünen-Institut für Waldökosysteme, 2 p, Project Brief Thünen Inst 2021/16, DOI:10.3220/PB1622452332000
    pdf document (limited accessibility) 892 kb
  4. Schröder H, Nosenko T, Ghirardo A, Fladung M, Schnitzler JP, Kersten B (2021) Oaks as beacons of hope for threatened mixed forests in Central Europe. Front For Glob Change 4:670797, DOI:10.3389/ffgc.2021.670797
    pdf document (limited accessibility) 814 kb
  5. Leite Montalvao AP, Kersten B, Fladung M, Müller NA (2021) The diversity and dynamics of sex determination in dioecious plants. Front Plant Sci 11:580488, DOI:10.3389/fpls.2020.580488
    pdf document (limited accessibility) 2790 kb
  6. Kim G, Leite Montalvao AP, Kersten B, Fladung M, Müller NA (2021) The genetic basis of sex determination in Populus provides molecular markers across the genus and indicates convergent evolution. Silvae Genetica 70(1):145-155, DOI:10.2478/sg-2021-0012
    pdf document (limited accessibility) 1941 kb
  7. Kersten B, Singewar K, Fladung M (2021) Transcriptome analysis of North American sweet birch (B. lenta L.) revealed a higher expression of genes involved in the biosynthesis of secondary metabolites than European silver birch (B. pendula ROTH), Accession No. PRJNA756395 [Datenpublikation] [online]. 12 SRA Experiments, 12 BioSamples, 119 Gb. NCBI National Center for Biotechnology Information, zu finden in <https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/PRJNA756395> [zitiert am 23.09.2021]
  8. Singewar K, Kersten B, Moschner CR, Hartung E, Fladung M (2021) Transcriptome analysis of North American sweet birch (Betula lenta) revealed a higher expression of genes involved in the biosynthesis of secondary metabolites than European silver birch (B. pendula). J Plant Res 134(6):1253-1264, DOI:10.1007/s10265-021-01343-y
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  9. Müller NA, Kersten B, Leite Montalvao AP, Mähler N, Bernhardsson C, Bräutigam K, Carracedo Lorenzo Z, Hönicka H, Kumar V, Mader M, Pakull B, Robinson KM, Sabatti M, Vettori C, Ingvarsson PK, Cronk Q, Street NR, Fladung M (2020) A single gene underlies the dynamic evolution of poplar sex determination. Nat Plants 6:630-637, DOI:10.1038/s41477-020-0672-9
  10. Müller NA, Kersten B, Leite Montalvao AP, Hönicka H, Mader M, Pakull B, Fladung M (2020) A single gene underlies the dynamic evolution of poplar sex determination [Datenpublikation] [online]. , zu finden in <https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/PRJNA542603/> [zitiert am 05.08.2020]

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