Career Status:
Postdoctoral Scholar

Research Areas:
Genomics, Molecular Biology, Systems Biology, Gene Regulation, Signals and Responses, Biotic Interactions

Publications

Nobori, T., Wang, Y., Wu, J., Stolze, S.C., Tsuda, Y., Finkemeier, I., Nakagami, H. and Tsuda, K., (2019) In planta bacterial multi-omics analysis illuminates regulatory principles underlying plant-pathogen interactions. BioRxiv.

Wang, Y., Garrido-Oter, R., Wu, J., Winkelmüller, T.M., Agler, M., Colby, T., Nobori, T., Kemen, E. and Tsuda, K., (2019) Site-specific cleavage of bacterial MucD by secreted proteases mediates antibacterial resistance in Arabidopsis. Nature communications, 10(1):2853

Nobori, T. and Tsuda, K. 2019, The plant immune system in heterogeneous environments. Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 50:58-66

Berens, M.L., Wolinska, K.W., Spaepen, S., Ziegler, J., Nobori, T., Nair, A., Krüler, V., Winkelmüller, T.M., Wang, Y., Mine, A. and Becker, D., Garrido-Oter, R., Schulze-Lefert, P., Tsuda, K., 2019, Balancing trade-offs between biotic and abiotic stress responses through leaf age-dependent variation in stress hormone cross-talk. PNAS, p.201817233.

Nobori, T. and Tsuda, K. 2018, In planta transcriptome analysis of Pseudomonas syringae. Bio-protocol 8(17): e2987. DOI: 10.21769/BioProtoc.2987.

Nobori, T., Mine, A., and Tsuda, K. 2018, Molecular networks in plant‐pathogen holobiont. FEBS Letters, doi:10.1002/1873-3468.13071

Nobori, T., Velásquez, A.C., Wu, J., Kvitko, B.H., Kremer, J.M., Wang, Y., He, S.Y., and Tsuda, K., 2018. Transcriptome Landscape of a Bacterial Pathogen under Plant Immunity. PNAS, 201800529.

Mine, A., Berens, M.L., Nobori, T., Anver, S., Fukumoto, K., Winkelmüller, T.M., Takeda, A., Becker, D. and Tsuda, K., 2017. Pathogen exploitation of an abscisic acid-and jasmonate-inducible MAPK phosphatase and its interception by Arabidopsis immunity. PNAS114(28), pp.7456-7461.

Mine, A., Nobori, T., Salazar‐Rondon, M.C., Winkelmüller, T.M., Anver, S., Becker, D. and Tsuda, K., 2017. An incoherent feed‐forward loop mediates robustness and tunability in a plant immune network. EMBO reports, p.e201643051.

Nobori, T., Kobayashi, N.I., Tanoi, K. and Nakanishi, T.M., 2016. Alteration in caesium behavior in rice caused by the potassium, phosphorous, and nitrogen deficiency. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry307(3), pp.1941-1943.

Kobayashi, N. I., Sugita, R., Nobori, T., Tanoi, K., & Nakanishi, T. M. (2016). Tracer experiment using 42K+ and 137Cs+ revealed the different transport rates of potassium and caesium within rice roots. Functional Plant Biology, 43(2), 151-160.

Tanoi, K., Uchida, K., Doi, C., Nihei, N., Hirose, A., Kobayashi, N.I., Sugita, R., Nobori, T., Nakanishi, T.M., Kanno, M. and Wakabayashi, I. (2016). Investigation of radiocesium distribution in organs of wild boar grown in Iitate, Fukushima after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 307(1), 741-746.

Ii, I., Tanoi, K., Uno, Y., Nobori, T., Hirose, A., Kobayashi, N. I., Nihei, N., Ogawa, T., Tao, Y., Kanno, M., Nishiwaki, J., Mizoguchi, M. (2015). Radioactive Caesium Concentration of Lowland Rice Grown in the Decontaminated Paddy Fields in Iitate-Village in Fukushima. RADIOISOTOPES, 64, 200-310.

Nobori, T., Kobayashi, N. I., Tanoi, K., & Nakanishi, T. M. (2014). Effects of potassium in reducing the radiocesium translocation to grain in rice. Soil science and plant nutrition, 60(6), 772-781. 

Interests
Current Affiliations
Experience & Education