Research Findings

(2021) Histone H3 lysine 4 trimethylation-regulated GRF11 expression is essential for the iron deficiency response in Arabidopsis thaliana.
(2019) Arabidopsis IRON DEFICIENCY TOLERANT1 for iron biofortification and heavy metal phytoremediation.
(2015) Glutathione plays an essential role in nitric oxide-mediated iron deficiency signaling and iron deficiency tolerance in Arabidopsis.
(2014) Root-secreted nicotianamine from Arabidopsis halleri facilitates zinc hypertolerance by regulating zinc bioavailability
(2013) Degradation of the Fe uptake transporter IRT1
(2013) Fe nutrient and circadian period length
(2012) Biological function of copper chaperones: copper homeostasis and biomass
(2012) A sensitive LC-ESI-TOF-MS method for the detection of phytosiderophores and their iron complexes in roots
(2011) Fe homeostasis based Zn tolerance in the Zn/Cd hyperaccumulator A. halleri
(2011) SUMOylation is involved in the Cu tolerance and distribution in plants
(2011) Glutathione plays a role in the cross-homeostasis between Fe and Zn
(2009) IRT3 is a Zn-regulated plasma membrane Zn and Fe transporter
(2009) Model Evaluation of the Phytoextraction Potential of Heavy Metal Hyperaccumulators and Non-hyperaccumulators
(2006) A design of metal binding peptides: Proteomic survey of copper-binding domains in Arabidopsis roots
Kuo-Chen Yeh

Kuo-Chen Yeh

Research Fellow and Director

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Director (2019.1.16-present)
Interim Director (2016.10.1 -2019.1.15)
Director/Coordinator of Molecular and Biological Agricultural Sciences program of Taiwan International Graduate Program (TIGP-MBAS), Academia Sinica (2015-2020)
Research Fellow (2014-present)
Associate Research Fellow (2009-2013)
Assistant Research Fellow (2001-2009)
PDF Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University, USA (1999-2001)
Ph.D. Plant Biology Graduate Group, University of California, Davis, USA (1994-1999)