Welcome to the Brodersen Lab

Small RNAs in plants:
fundamental regulators of gene expression

Small silencing RNAs are the hallmark of a collection of gene regulatory mechanisms known as RNA silencing. In RNA silencing, the small (20-30 nucleotide long) RNAs act as specificity determinants that use base pairing to guide repressive protein complexes to complementary RNA molecules. This simple, versatile mehanism is of tremendous importance in regulation of mRNAs important for plant and animal development and stress responses, particularly via a specific class of small RNAs called microRNAs (miRNAs).



























Name Title Phone E-mail
Carsten Poul Skou Nielsen Postdoc +45 353-34790 E-mail
Emilie Oksbjerg PhD fellow +45 353-35427 E-mail
Freja Mølsted Asmussen Laboratory technician +45 353-36739 E-mail
Ida Marie Zobbe Sjøgaard PhD fellow +45 353-31865 E-mail
Laura Arribas Hernandez Assistant professor +45 353-30232 E-mail
Lena Bjørn Johansson Laboratory Technician +45 353-30236 E-mail
Lijuan Han Postdoc +45 353-33237 E-mail
Maria Louisa Vigh PhD fellow +45 353-28316 E-mail
Mathias Due Tankmar PhD fellow +45 353-33536 E-mail
Peter Brodersen Professor +45 353-22031 E-mail
Simon Bressendorff Academic staff, FU +45 61 71 66 61 E-mail


Professor Peter Brodersen
Computational and RNA Biology
Ole Maaløesvej 5, 3.1.13
2200 Copenhagen N

Phone: +45 35 32 20 31

External members

Name Title Phone E-mail
Test Testesen PhD fellow  +45 353-20566 E-mail
Forsker Forskersen Associate professor +45 353-30148 E-mail