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식물기능유전체학 연구실 (농4-201)
교수전공 및 연구분야
식물환경스트레스에 대한 식물기능유전체학 연구
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062-530-2182
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cskim626@jnu.ac.kr
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  • 전남대학교 농학사 (1991)
  • 전남대학교 농학석사 (1993)
  • 전남대학교 농학박사 (1998)
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2003 ~ 현재: 응용생물학과 교수

담당교과목

학부; 유전학, 식물분자생물학, 식물분자유전학, 식물분자육종학, 식물환경생리학, 식물유전공학

대학원: 식물기능유전체학, 식물분자육종학특론, 식물환경스트레스특론, 식물환경호르몬 

연구분야

- 가뭄스트레스 신호전달 기전 규명 연구

- 단백질 재편 시스템에 의한 프롤린 대사 연구

- CRISPR/Cas 시스템에 의한 내재해성 콩 인델 작물 개발 연구

연구내용

주요 연구 내용은 애기장대 식물체의 T-DNA mutagenesis를 통하여 대량으로 생산된 돌연변이체들의 표현형과 유전자와의 상호관계를 규명하여 가뭄 스트레스 신호 전달 기전 관련 유전자의 기능을 결정하고, 유전자 편집 가위 기술을 이용, 내재해성 관련 작물을 개발하는 것이다.

 

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연구논문

- Xia Zhang, Ji-Hee Min, Ping Huang, Jung-Sung Chung, Kyeong-Hwan Lee and Cheol Soo Kim (2014) AtSKIP functions as a mediator between cytokinin and light signaling pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell Report (in press).

 

- Hyun-Woo Ju, Ji-Hee Min, Moon-Soo Chung, and Cheol Soo Kim (2013) The atrzf1 mutation of the novel RING-type E3 ubiquitin ligase increases proline contents and enhances drought tolerance in Arabidopsis. Plant Science 203-204: 1-7.

 

- Ping Huang, Hyun-Woo Ju, Ji-Hee Min, Xia Zhang, Su-Hyun Kim, Kwang-Yeol Yang, and Cheol Soo Kim (2013) Overexpression of L-type lectin-like protein kinase 1 confers pathogen resistance and regulates salinity response in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Science 203-204: 98-106.

 

- Ping Huang, Xia Zhang, Jung-Sung Chung, Hyeon-Sook Cheong and Cheol Soo Kim (2012) Molecular and Physiological Characterization of the Arabidopsis thaliana Oxidation-related Zinc Finger 2, a Plasma Membrane Protein, is Involved in ABA and Salt Stress Response through ABI2-mediated Signaling Pathway. Plant Cell and Physiology 53: 193-203.

 

- Xia Zhang, Hyun-Woo Ju, Ping Huang, Jung-Sung Chung, and Cheol Soo Kim (2012) Functional identification of AtSKIP as a regulator of the cell cycle signaling pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana. Journal of Plant Biology 55: 481-488.

 

- Xia Zhang, Hyun-Woo Ju, Moon-Soo Chung, Ping Huang, Sung-Ju Ahn, and Cheol Soo Kim (2011) The R-R-type MYB-like Transcription Factor, AtMYBL, is Involved in Promoting Leaf Senescence and Modulates an Abiotic Stress Response in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell and Physiology 52: 138-148.

 

- Ping Huang, Moon-Soo Chung, Hyun-Woo Ju, Hyun-Seok Na, Dong Ju Lee, Hyeon-Sook Cheong, and Cheol Soo Kim (2011) Physiological characterization of the Arabidopsis thaliana Oxidation-related Zinc Finger 1 (AtOZF1), a plasma membrane protein involved in oxidative stress. Journal of Plant Response 124: 699-705.

 

- Moon-Soo Chung, Ping Huang, Chan Man Ha, Ji Hyung Jun, Sung-Ju Ahn, Fu-chun Zhang, Hyun-Jong Bae, Baik Ho Cho, and Cheol Soo Kim (2011) Molecular Identification and Physiological Characterization of a Putative Novel Plasma Membrane Protein from Arabidopsis Involved in Glucose Response. Journal of Plant Biology 54: 57-64.

 

- Gah-Hyun Lim, Xia Zhang, Moon-Soo Chung, Dong Ju Lee, Young-Min Woo, Hyeon-Sook Cheong and Cheol Soo Kim (2010) A novel transcription factor, AtSKIP, is involved in abscisic acid signaling and confers salt and osmotic tolerance in Arabidopsis. New Phytologist 185: 103-113.

주요 연구과제

- 식물환경스트레스에 대한 프롤린 대사 네트워크의 분자적 기전 규명

- 유비퀴틴화 제어 시스템에 따른 앱시스산 및 건조 신호전달의 유전학적 이해

- CRISPR/Cas 시스템에 의한 유전자 편집 기반 내재해성 콩 인델 작물 개발

About the Laboratory

Plant production can be severely affected by adverse environmental conditions like salinity, drought, and oxidative stress. These stresses brought a series of change to plant that affect its molecular, morphological and physiological processes, finally result in deficient plant growth and development. Meanwhile, a second stress (usually osmotic or oxidative) caused by stress conditions perturbs the structural and functional stability of membrane proteins and disrupts cellular homeostasis. As a consequence, overlapping cell signaling pathways and cellular response were activated, including the accumulation of compatible solutes and the production of antioxidant compounds. How plants receive, transduce and respond to abiotic stress is a fundamental question that is of enormous significance for the future of agriculture. The research in the Dr. Kim's lab focuses on understanding how plants antagonize with environmental stresses at molecular, cellular and organ levels by employing genetic, molecular, physiological experiment and biochemical research tools.