Marcin Golebiewski

Marcin Golebiewski
Nicolaus Copernicus University | umk · Chair of Plant Physiology and Biotechnology

Ph.D. D.Sc.
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April 2009 - April 2014
Polish Academy of Sciences
Position
  • Researcher
March 2006 - present
Nicolaus Copernicus University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Bioinformatics, BSc level and MSc level.
January 2000 - January 2005
Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
January 2000 - December 2004
October 1995 - June 1999
University of Warsaw
Field of study
  • Biology

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Publications (68)
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In recent years, research has increasingly focused on the key role of posttranscriptional regulation of mRNP function and turnover. Due to their complexity and dynamic nature, the full composition of a single mRNP complex remains unrevealed and mRNPs are poorly described in plants. Here we identify canonical Sm proteins as part of the cytoplasmic m...
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The increase of human population and associated increasing demand for agricultural products lead to soil over-exploitation. Biofertilizers based on lyophilized plant material containing living plant growth-promoting microorganisms (PGPM) could be an alternative to conventional fertilizers that fits into sustainable agricultural technologies ideas....
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Phosphorus (P) is an essential plant nutrient. Low availability of P in soil is mainly caused by high content of Fe 2 O 3 in the clay fraction that binds to P making it unavailable. Beneficial microbes, such as P solubilizing microorganisms can increase the available P in soil and improve plant growth and productivity. In this study, we evaluated t...
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Our findings provide new insight into the regulatory mechanisms of gene expression based on pre-mRNA retention in the nucleus during the development of generative cells in plants. Gene regulation ensures that the appropriate genes are expressed at the proper time. Nuclear retention of incompletely spliced or mature mRNAs is emerging as a novel, pr...
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Background: Reports in both animals and plants have recently revealed that a part of protein-coding transcripts might be retained in the nucleus for most of their lifetime. To date, nuclear speckles were the only domain associated with the accumulation of mRNA in animal cells. We previously showed that transcription occurs in a pulsatile manner in...
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The child microbiome, including gut and skin communities, is shaped by a multitude of factors, and breastfeeding is one of the most essential. Food allergy (FA) and atopic dermatitis (AD) are among the most common diseases in pediatrics, with the prevalence of each up to 6% and 20%, respectively. Therefore, we aimed at finding differences between t...
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Recent studies show a crucial role of post-transcriptional processes in the regulation of gene expression. Our research has shown that mRNA retention in the nucleus plays a significant role in such regulation. We studied larch microsporocytes during meiotic prophase, characterized by pulsatile transcriptional activity. After each pulse, the transcr...
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The gut microbiota in patients with food allergy, and the skin microbiota in atopic dermatitis patients differ from those of healthy people. We hypothesize that relationships may exist between gut and skin microbiota in patients with allergies. The aim of this study was to determine the possible relationship between gut and skin microbiota in patie...
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Gene regulation ensures that the appropriate genes are expressed at the proper times. Nuclear retention of incompletely spliced or mature mRNAs emerges as a novel, previously underappreciated layer of post-transcriptional gene regulation. Studies on this phenomenon indicated that it exerted significant impact on the regulation of gene expression by...
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Invasive alien species spreading in abandoned agricultural landscape may negatively affect native organisms, including plants and soil biota. This study assessed the effects of invasion by Solidago sp. (goldenrod) in southern Poland on soil fauna feeding activity and on soil microorganism activity, biomass, and functional and taxonomic diversity, i...
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Food allergy (FA) affects 4-10% of children, especially children with atopic dermatitis (AD). During infancy the gut microbiome may determine both the course of FA and tolerance to food allergens. Analogically, the skin microbiome changes in the course of AD. Most studies have associated FA with a lower abundance and diversity of Lactobacillales an...
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Deep-subsurface aquifers, buried thousands of meters down the Earth’s crust, belong to the most underexplored microbial habitats. Although a few studies revealed the existence of microbial life at the depths, the knowledge about the microbial life in the deep hydrosphere is still scarce due to the limited access to such environments. Studying the s...
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Background Salicornia europaea, a succulent obligatory halophyte is the most salt-tolerant plant species in the world. It survives salt concentrations of more than 1 M. Therefore, it is a suitable model plant to identify genes involved in salt tolerance mechanisms that can be used for the improvement of crops. The changes in a plant’s gene expressi...
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In light of recent studies, many of the cytoplasmic posttranscriptional mRNA processing steps take place in highly specialized microdomains referred to as cytoplasmic bodies. These evolutionarily conserved microdomains are sites of regulation for both mRNA translation and degradation. It has been shown that in the larch microsporocyte cytoplasm, th...
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Intraterrestrial waters harbor microbial communities being extensively studied to understand microbial processes underlying subsurface ecosystem functioning. This paper provides the results of an investigation on the microbiomes of unique, subsurface sulfidic waters associated with Upper Jurassic, Cretaceous, and Miocene sediments. We used high-thr...
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We examined Salicornia europaea, a non-mycorrhizal halophyte associated with specific and unique endophytic bacteria and fungi. Microbial community structure was analyzed at two sites differing in salinization history (anthropogenic and naturally saline site), in contrasting seasons (spring and fall) and in two plant organs (shoots and roots) via 1...
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Background: Sugar beet is a highly salt-tolerant crop. However, its ability to withstand high salinity is reduced compared to sea beet, a wild ancestor of all beet crops. The aim of this study was to investigate transcriptional patterns associated with physiological, cytological and biochemical mechanisms involved in salt response in these closely...
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Plant litter decomposition is a process enabling biogeochemical cycles closing in ecosystems, and decomposition in forests constitutes the largest part of this process taking place in terrestrial biomes. Microbial communities during litter decomposition were studied mainly with low-throughput techniques not allowing detailed insight, particularly i...
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Plasmid conjugative transfer systems comprise type IV secretion systems (T4SS) coupled to DNA processing and replication. The T4SSs are divided into two phylogenetic subfamilies, namely, IVA and IVB, or on the basis of the phylogeny of the VirB4 ATPase, into eight groups. The conjugation system of the IncM group plasmid pCTX-M3, from Citrobacter fr...
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Black alder (Alnus glutinosa Gaertn.) belongs to dual mycorrhizal trees, forming ectomycorrhizal (EM) and arbuscular (AM) root structures, as well as represents actinorrhizal plants that associate with nitrogen-fixing actinomycete Frankia sp. We hypothesized that the unique ternary structure of symbionts can influence community structure of other p...
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Pico- and nanoplanktonic protists (eukaryotic microorganisms with cell size of <3 μm and 3–20 μm, respectively) are the key component of plankton communities. However, their diversity and distribution patterns along environmental factors are still poorly recognized, largely due to their very large phylogenetic diversity that has been determined onl...
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The aim of this paper was to develop a protocol for efficient storage of artificial seeds of Taraxacum pieninicum, critically endangered Asteraceae species. Storage under reduced light conditions or in the darkness was tested on a basis of synthetic seeds ability to conversion and post-storage regrowth of shoot tips. The results indicated that syns...
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Most bacteria are found either in marine or fresh waters and transitions between the two habitats are rare, even though freshwater and marine bacteria co-occur in brackish habitats. Estuaries in brackish, tideless seas could be habitats where the transition of freshwater phylotypes to marine conditions occurs. We tested this hypothesis in the Gulf...
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Soil bacteria are extremely diverse. We were curious if plant diversity is reflected in soil bacteria diversity. We studied 35 forest stands (Poland), ranging from dry pine forest to riparian forest. Vascular plants alpha diversity was determined as the number of species per relevé, and beta diversity as dissimilarity in species composition (the co...
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Beta vulgaris ssp. maritima is a halophytic relative of cultivated beets. In the present work a transcriptome response to acute salt stress imposed to excised leaves of sea beet was investigated. Salt treatments consisted of adding NaCl directly to the transpiration stream by immersing the petioles of excised leaves into the salt solutions. Sequenc...
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Many studies show high prevalence of affective disorders in obese patients. Affective temperament is a subclinical manifestation of such conditions. The 5-HTT gene encoding the serotonin transporter may be involved in both mood and eating dysregulation. The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of a polymorphism in the 5-HTT gene on af...
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Reaction of soil bacteria to drought and rewetting stress may depend on soil chemical properties. The objectives of this study were to test the reaction of different bacterial phyla to drought and rewetting stress and to assess the influence of different soil chemical properties on the reaction of soil bacteria to this kind of stress. The soil samp...
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Marine and fresh waters are very distinct habitats for microorganisms, and thus they harbour different microbial communities. Estuaries are places where marine and freshwater microbes meet during mixing of the water masses. Estuaries are rarely considered extreme habitats, but steep gradients of physico-chemical factors and dynamics of water masses...
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Soil contamination with heavy metals is a widespread problem, especially prominent on grounds lying in the vicinity of mines, smelters and other industrial facilities. Many such areas are located in Southern Poland, they are polluted mainly with Pb, Zn, Cd or Cu, and locally also with Cr. As for now little is known about most bacterial species thri...
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Chronic inflammation and enteric infections are frequently associated with epithelial Na(+)/H(+) exchange (NHE) inhibition. Alterations in electrolyte transport and in mucosal pH associated with inflammation may represent a key mechanism leading to changes in the intestinal microbial composition. NHE3 expression is essential for the maintenance of...
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The chemical properties of soil such as nutrient contents, acidity or heavy metal pollution may affect the ability of soil microorganisms to withstand stressing factors. The objective of this study was to assess the effect of drought stress on the structure of bacterial communities in organic horizons of forest soils differing in acidity and heavy...
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Differentially expressed transcript derived fragments (TDFs) of bovine pituitary gland tissue at different developmental ages of Limousine and Hereford bulls were identified by cDNA-AFLP technique. Study revealed comparatively higher differentially expressed transcripts in 6-month Limousine bulls and 12-month Hereford bulls. The BLASTn/p analysis i...
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The study utilized age-dependent breed-specific gene expression profiling by cDNA-AFLP technique in identification of differentially expressed (DE) candidate genes for growth and development trait. Results revealed 15579 transcript derived fragments (TDFs) expressed in bovine pituitary gland tissue using 96 unique PCR reactions with primer combinat...
Data
a: Putative genes identified on pIL1, b: Putative genes identified on pIL2, c: Putative genes identified on pIL3, d: Putative genes identified on pIL4, e: Putative genes identified on pIL5, f: Putative genes identified on pIL6, g: Putative genes identified on pIL7. (DOC)
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The extrachromosomal gene pool plays a significant role both in evolution and in the environmental adaptation of bacteria. The L. lactis subsp. lactis IL594 strain contains seven plasmids, named pIL1 to pIL7, and is the parental strain of the plasmid-free L. lactis IL1403, which is one of the best characterized lactococcal strains of LAB. Complete...
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In this study the performance on Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) in relation to the polymorphism of serotonin system genes - 5HT2A, 5HT2C, 5HTT, temperament using TEMPS-A scale in relation to the intensity of depression on Beck Depression Scale were evaluated in 15