Stefan Olsson

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Stefan Olsson 博士 福建农林大学植物保护学院教授

主要研究方向:

1.研究真菌在营养限制条件下, 通过细胞凋亡、自噬等响应环境的机制;

2.研究寄主植物利用次生代谢产物防御病原真菌侵染和扩展的机制。

3.研究真菌与细菌互作,在真菌与细菌的互作方面Stefan Olsson团队首次发现了真菌对细菌的先天性免疫机制。

工作经历:

2016年11月至今福建农林大学植物保护学院教授

1994年4月至2016年9月哥本哈根大学副教授

1990年-1996年瑞典隆德大学生态学学院微生物生态系 博士后

1989年-1990年英国利物浦大学遗传学与微生物学研究院 博士后

1980年-1988年瑞典隆德大学微生物学院实验员

教育经历:

1980年-1988年瑞典隆德大学微生物学博士

1976年-1980年瑞典隆德大学生物学学士

代表性论文:

1.Ipcho, S., T. Sundelin, G. Erbs, H.C. Kistler, M-A. Newman, and S. Olsson(accepted for publication) Fungal innate immunity induced by bacterial Microbe-Associated Molecular Patterns (MAMPs). G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, 2016. IF: 3.198 Citations so far: 0(In the top 5% of all research outputs scored by Altmetrichttps://g3journal.altmetric.com/details/6666863#score)

2.Olsson, S., P. Bonfante, and T.E. Pawlowska, (in press) Ecology and Evolution of Fungal-Bacterial Interactions, in The Fungal Community: Its Organization and Role in the Ecosystem 4th Edition, Dighton J, White J, and Oudemans P, Editors. 2016.

3.Klionsky, D.J., K. Abdelmohsen, A. Abe, M.J. Abedin, H. Abeliovich, A. Acevedo Arozena, H. Adachi, C.M. Adams, P.D. Adams, K. Adeli, P.J. Adhihetty, S.G. Adler, G. Agam, R. Agarwal, M.K. Aghi, et al., Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (3rd edition). Autophagy, 2016. 12(1): p. 1-222. IF: 11.753 Citations so far: 3792

4.Hennessy, R.C., M.A. Glaring, C.F. Michelsen, S. Olsson, and P. Stougaard, Draft Genome Sequence of Pseudomonas sp. Strain In5 Isolated from a Greenlandic Disease Suppressive Soil with Potent Antimicrobial Activity. Genome Announc, 2015. 3(6).IF: new journal, no IF yet

5.Jönsson, T., A.A. Memon, K. Sundquist, J. Sundquist, S. Olsson, A. Nalla, M. Bauer, and S. Linse, Digested wheat gluten inhibits binding between leptin and its receptor. BMC biochemistry, 2015. 16(1): p. 3.IF: 1.438 Citations so far: 2 (Altmetric: In the top 5% of all research outputs scored by Altmetric. One of the highest-scoring outputs from this source (#1 of 114). High score compared to outputs of the same age (99th percentile) https://www.altmetric.com/details/3089480

6.Droce, A., K.B. Holm, S. Olsson, R.J. Frandsen, T.E. Sondergaard, J.L. Sørensen, and H. Giese, Expression profiling and functional analyses of BghPTR2, a peptide transporter from Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei. Fungal Biology, 2015.IF: 2.342 Citations so far: 0

7.Klionsky, D.J., F.C. Abdalla, H. Abeliovich, R.T. Abraham, A. Acevedo-Arozena, K. Adeli, L. Agholme, M. Agnello, P. Agostinis, and J.A. Aguirre-Ghiso, Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy. Autophagy, 2012. 8(4): p. 445-544. IF: 11.753 Citations so far: 3796

8.Josefsen, L., A. Droce, T.E. Sondergaard, J.L. Sørensen, J. Bormann, W. Schäfer, H. Giese, and S. Olsson, Autophagy provides nutrients for nonassimilating fungal structures and is necessary for plant colonization but not for infection in the necrotrophic plant pathogen Fusarium graminearum. Autophagy, 2012. 8(3): p. 326-337.IF: 11.753 Citations so far: 34


9.HÄGGQUIST, M.L., H. SVENNINGSSON, S. OLSSON, P. SUNDIN, G. ODHAM, and C. LILJENBERG, Long‐term culturing of plants with aseptic roots Determination of rape root exudates. Plant, Cell & Environment, 1984. 7(7): p. 549-552.IF: 6.96 Citations so far: 14

10.Olsson, S., Continuous imaging in fungi. New Phytologist, 2002. 153(1): p. 6-7. IF: 6.373 Citations so far: 1

11.Nielsen, J., E. Joner, S. Declerck, S. Olsson, and I. Jakobsen, Phospho‐imaging as a tool for visualization and noninvasive measurement of P transport dynamics in arbuscular mycorrhizas. New Phytologist, 2002. 154(3): p. 809-819.  IF: 6.373 Citations so far: 72

12.Lindahl, B., R. Finlay, and S. Olsson, Simultaneous, bidirectional translocation of 32P and 33P between wood blocks connected by mycelial cords of Hypholoma fasciculare. New Phytologist, 2000. 150(1): p. 189-194.IF: 6.373 Citations so far: 55

13.LINDAHL, B., J. Stenlid, S. Olsson, and R. Finlay, Translocation of 32P between interacting mycelia of a wood‐decomposing fungus and ectomycorrhizal fungi in microcosm systems. New Phytologist, 1999. 144(1): p. 183-193.IF: 6.373 Citations so far: 133

14.Gray, S., J. Dighton, S. Olsson, and D. Jennings, Real‐time measurement of uptake and translocation of 137Cs within mycelium of Schizophyllum commune Fr. by autoradiography followed by quantitative image analysis. New phytologist, 1995. 129(3): p. 449-465.IF: 6.373 Citations so far: 31

15.SUNDIN, P., S. Olsson, and G. ODHAM, Degradation of chitotetraose to chitobiose in the axenic rape rhizosphere. Journal of experimental botany, 1991. 42(7): p. 931-934.IF: 5.526 Citations so far: 0


16.Frandsen, R.J., C. Schütt, B.W. Lund, D. Staerk, J. Nielsen, S. Olsson, and H. Giese, Two novel classes of enzymes are required for the biosynthesis of aurofusarin in Fusarium graminearum. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2011. 286(12): p. 10419-10428.IF: 4.573 Citations so far: 27


17.Andersson, B., K. Tornberg, T. Henrysson, and S. Olsson, Three-dimensional outgrowth of a wood-rotting fungus added to a contaminated soil from a former gasworks site. Bioresource technology, 2001. 78(1): p. 37-45. IF: 4.494 Citations so far: 28

18.Andersson, B., L. Welinder, P. Olsson, S. Olsson, and T. Henrysson, Growth of inoculated white-rot fungi and their interactions with the bacterial community in soil contaminated with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, as measured by phospholipid fatty acids. Bioresource technology, 2000. 73(1): p. 29-36.IF: 4.494 Citations so far: 54






English version

 

    Stefan Olsson, Docent, Ph.D. is professor and doctoral supervisor. The research field of Prof. Olsson concerns how fungi and bacteria react to each other. He is generally interested in the molecular mechanisms all organism use to, detect, co-operate with, try to hide from, and cheat each other, as well as the general and species specific mechanisms they regulate to be prepared for these different forms of confrontations with other organisms. There appear to be several general themes in these interactions which make Fungal-Bacterial interactions a potential model for other Eukaryote-Bacterial interactions. Prof. Olsson is well connected in the newly formed international network of researchers working with Fungal-Bacterial interactions and has recently published a book chapter on “Ecology and evolution of Fungal-Bacterial Interactions” together with leading researchers in the field. International graduate students for MS and PhD degree in the fields of Plant Pathology, Microbiology and Molecular Biology are welcome to study in his lab.

Tel: 86-18850744381, Email:Stefan@olssonstefan.com

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Stefan Olsson; Professor, Docent, PhD,

English address:

State Key Laboratory of Ecological Pest Control for Fujian and Taiwan Crops,

Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University,

No.15 Shangxiadian Road, Cangshan District, Fuzhou City, Fujian Province, China P.C.350002

Chinese address:

福建农林大学闽台作物有害生物生态防控国家重点实验室

地址:福建省福州市仓山区上下店路15邮编:350002

E-mail: stefan@olssonstefan.com