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the quint lab is part of the department of molecular signal processing at the leibniz institute of plant biochemistry in halle (saale), germany. 5 keywords to describe our major research interests:
- auxin
- natural variation
- evo-devo
- genomics/transcriptomics
- quantitative genetics


selected publications:

Delker C, Sonntag L, Velikkakam James G, Janitza P, Ibañez C, Ziermann, H, Peterson T, Denk K, Mull S, Ziegler J, Davis SJ, Schneeberger K, Quint M (2014) The DET1-COP1-HY5 pathway constitutes a multipurpose signaling module regulating plant photomorphogenesis and thermomorphogenesis. Cell Reports 9:1983-1989. (open access)

Degrading new insights into temperature sensing in plants: Commentary by Christine Queitsch


Navarro-Quezada A, Schumann N, Quint M (2013) Plant F-Box protein evolution is determined by lineage-specific timing of major gene family expansion waves. PloS ONE 8:e68672. (open access)


Quint M, Drost H-G, Gabel A, Ullrich KK, Boenn M, Grosse I (2012) A transcriptomic hourglass in plant embryogenesis. Nature 490:98-101.

cover; Faculty of 1000 recommended


Delker C, Quint M (2011) Expression level polymorphisms: heritable traits shaping natural variation. Trends in Plant Science 9:481-488.


Schumann N, Navarro-Quezada AR, Ullrich K, Kuhl C, Quint M (2011) Molecular Evolution and Selection Patterns of Plant F-box Proteins with C-terminal Kelch Repeats. Plant Physiology 155:835-850. (open access)


Delker C, Pöschl Y, Raschke A, Ullrich K, Ettingshausen S, Hauptmann V, Grosse I, Quint M (2010) Natural variation of transcriptional auxin response networks in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell 22:2184-2200. (open access)


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