Alexander Lichius, Dipl.-Biol. Dr. (PhD)Alexander Lichius Profile
former colleague

 


 

Key Research Areas

  • Molecular cell biology of filamentous fungi
  • Microbial interactions and cell-cell communication
  • Mycoparasitism and biocontrol
  • Gene regulation of cellulase metabolism
  • Cell polarisation, hyphal morphogenesis and directional hyphal tip growth
  • Cell-Cell Fusion (Self and Non-Self Recognition)

Teaching

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Projects

Other responsibilities

  • Lab organisation and management
  • Supervision of BSc, MSc and PhD students
  • Organisation of the Microbiology Institute Seminar
  • Advisory board member Tenure Track Qualification Committee of UIBK
  • Operator of www.mycologytyrol.org 

Publications

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Atanasova L, Gruber S, Lichius A., Radebner T, Abendstein L, Münsterkötter M, Stralis-Pavese N, Łabaj PP, Kreil DP, Zeilinger S. 2018 The Gpr1-regulated Sur7 family protein Sfp2 is required for hyphal growth and cell wall stability in the mycoparasite Trichoderma atroviride. Scientific Reports. 8(1). Nature

 

Weichert, M., Lichius, A., Priegnitz, B.E., Brandt, U., Gottschalk, J., Nawrath, T., Groenhagen, U., Read, N.D., Schulz, S. and Fleißner, A. 2016. Accumulation of specific sterol precursors targets a MPK kinase cascade mediating cell-cell recognition and fusion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. 113(42):11877-11882. PNAS

 

Lichius, A., F. Bidard, F. Buchholz, S. Le Crom, J. Martin ,W. Schackwitz, T. Austerlitz, I.V. Grigoriev, S.E. Baker, A. Margeot, B. Seiboth and C. P. Kubicek. 2015. Genome sequencing of the Trichoderma reesei QM9136 mutant identifies a truncation of the transcriptional regulator XYR1 as the cause for its cellulase negative phenotype. BMC Genomics 16:326. BMC Genomics

 

Lichius, A. ‡,*, A. Gorjachev, M.D. Fricker, B. Obara, E. Castro-Longoria and N.D. Read*. 2014. CDC-42 and RAC-1 regulate opposite chemotropism in Neurospora crassa. Journal of Cell Science 127:1953-1965. JCS

List of Publications ›

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