Thomas Källman BILS expert

transcriptomics

thomas.kallman@bils.se

I completed my PhD in Functional genomics at Uppsala University in 2009. Both during my PhD and my following post-doc and research positions my main interest and focus has been to use population genetic data and patterns of gene expression to identify genes underlying local adaptation in plants. I have experience in analysing gene expression patterns both from microarray and RNA-sequence data and have also worked with sRNA data. Within BILS my main focus is analysis of RNA sequence data.

Selected publications

Chen, J., Uebbing, S., Gyllenstrand, N., Lagercrantz, U., Lascoux, M., and Källman, T. (2012) Sequencing of the needle transcriptome from Norway spruce (Picea abies Karst L.) reveals lower substitution rates, but similar selective constraints in gymnosperms and angiosperms. BMC genomics, 13, 589.

Källman, T., Chen, J., Gyllenstrand, N., and Lagercrantz, U. (2013) A significant fraction of 21-nucleotide small RNA originates from phased degradation of resistance genes in several perennial species. Plant physiology, 162, 741–754.

Källman, T., De Mita, S., Larsson, H., Gyllenstrand, N., Heuertz, M., Parducci, L., Suyama, Y., Lagercrantz, U., and Lascoux, M. (2014) Patterns of Nucleotide Diversity at Photoperiod Related Genes in Norway Spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst.]. PloS one, 9, e95306.