Michael Raissig
Michael Raissig
Associate Professor, Institute of Plant Sciences, University of Bern
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Maternal epigenetic pathways control parental contributions to Arabidopsis early embryogenesis
D Autran, C Baroux, MT Raissig, T Lenormand, M Wittig, S Grob, ...
Cell 145 (5), 707-719, 2011
Mobile MUTE specifies subsidiary cells to build physiologically improved grass stomata
MT Raissig, JL Matos, MX Anleu Gil, A Kornfeld, A Bettadapur, E Abrash, ...
Science 355 (6330), 1215-1218, 2017
Regulation and flexibility of genomic imprinting during seed development
MT Raissig, C Baroux, U Grossniklaus
The Plant Cell 23 (1), 16-26, 2011
Form, development and function of grass stomata
TDG Nunes, D Zhang, MT Raissig
The Plant Journal 101 (4), 780-799, 2020
Grasses use an alternatively wired bHLH transcription factor network to establish stomatal identity
MT Raissig, E Abrash, A Bettadapur, JP Vogel, DC Bergmann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (29), 8326-8331, 2016
Genomic Imprinting in the Arabidopsis Embryo Is Partly Regulated by PRC2
MT Raissig, M Bemer, C Baroux, U Grossniklaus
PLoS genetics 9 (12), e1003862, 2013
Epigenetic regulation and reprogramming during gamete formation in plants
C Baroux, MT Raissig, U Grossniklaus
Current opinion in genetics & development 21 (2), 124-133, 2011
The Polycomb group protein MEDEA and the DNA methyltransferase MET1 interact to repress autonomous endosperm development in Arabidopsis
A Schmidt, HJP Wöhrmann, MT Raissig, J Arand, J Gheyselinck, ...
The Plant Journal 73 (5), 776-787, 2013
SNP-Ratio Mapping (SRM): identifying lethal alleles and mutations in complex genetic backgrounds by next-generation sequencing
H Lindner, MT Raissig, C Sailer, H Shimosato-Asano, R Bruggmann, ...
Genetics 191 (4), 1381-1386, 2012
Identification of a DNA methylation-independent imprinting control region at the Arabidopsis MEDEA locus
HJP Wöhrmann, V Gagliardini, MT Raissig, W Wehrle, J Arand, A Schmidt, ...
Genes & Development 26 (16), 1837-1850, 2012
Morphology made for movement: formation of diverse stomatal guard cells
RP Spiegelhalder, MT Raissig
Current Opinion in Plant Biology 63, 102090, 2021
Efficient and rapid isolation of early-stage embryos from Arabidopsis thaliana seeds
MT Raissig, V Gagliardini, J Jaenisch, U Grossniklaus, C Baroux
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e50371, 2013
Opposite polarity programs regulate asymmetric subsidiary cell divisions in grasses
D Zhang, RP Spiegelhalder, EB Abrash, TDG Nunes, I Hidalgo, MXA Gil, ...
Elife 11, e79913, 2022
Consistent reanalysis of genome-wide imprinting studies in plants using generalized linear models increases concordance across datasets
S Wyder, MT Raissig, U Grossniklaus
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1320, 2019
Parental contributions to the transcriptome of early plant embryos
C Baroux, D Autran, MT Raissig, D Grimanelli, U Grossniklaus
Current opinion in genetics & development 23 (1), 72-74, 2013
The wild grass Brachypodium distachyon as a developmental model system
MT Raissig, DP Woods
Current Topics in Developmental Biology 147, 33-71, 2022
Quantitative effects of environmental variation on stomatal anatomy and gas exchange in a grass model
TDG Nunes, MW Slawinska, H Lindner, MT Raissig
Quantitative Plant Biology 3, e6, 2022
Expanded roles and divergent regulation of FAMA in Brachypodium and Arabidopsis stomatal development
KH McKown, MX Anleu Gil, A Mair, SL Xu, MT Raissig, DC Bergmann
The Plant Cell 35 (2), 756-775, 2023
Best practices for the execution, analysis, and data storage of plant single-cell/nucleus transcriptomics
C Grones, T Eekhout, D Shi, M Neumann, LS Berg, Y Ke, R Shahan, ...
The Plant Cell 36 (4), 812-828, 2024
linking stomatal development and physiology: from stomatal models to non-model species and crops
SAM McAdam, CCC Chater, ED Shpak, MT Raissig, GJ Dow
Frontiers in plant science 12, 743964, 2021
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