Wege S, Khan AB, Jung JY, Vogiatzaki E, Pradervand S, Aller I, Meyer AJ and Poirier Y (2015). The EXS domain of PHO1 participates in the response of shoots to phosphate deficiency via a root-to-shoot signal. Plant Physiology, doi: 10.1104/pp.15.00975.
- Henderson SW, Wege S, Qiu J, Blackmore DH, Walker AR, Tyerman SD, Walker RR, Gilliham M (2015). Grapevine and Arabidopsis cation-chloride cotransporters localise to the Golgi and trans-Golgi network and indirectly influence long-distance ion homeostasis and plant salt tolerance. Plant Physiology, DOI:10.1104/pp.15.00499.
- Ramesh SR, Tyerman SD†, Xu B, Bose J, Kaur S, Conn V, Domingos P, Ullah S, Wege S, Shabala S, Feijó JA, Ryan PR, Gilliham M (2015). GABA signalling modulates plant growth by directly regulating the activity of plant-specific anion transporters. Nature Communications 8879.
- Wege S, De Angeli A, Droillard MJ, Kroniewisz L, Merlot S, Cornu D, Gambale F, Martinoia E, Barbier-Brygoo H Thomine S, Leonhardt N and Filleur S (2014). Phosphorylation of the vacuolar anion transporter AtCLCa is required for stomata response to abscisic acid. Science Signaling, 7;333-65
- Wege S and Poirier Y (2014). Expression of the mammalian XENOTROPIC POLYTROPIC VIRUS RECEPTOR 1 (XPR1) in tobacco leaves leads to phosphate export. FEBS letters, 588; 482-89
- Khan AB, Bouraine S, Wege S, Li Y, de Carbonnel M, Berthomieu P, Poirier Y and Rouached H (2014). Coordination between zinc and phosphate homeostasis involves the transcription factor PHR1, the phosphate exporter PHO1 and its homologue PHO1;H3 in Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Botany, 65; 871-84
- Arpat AB, Magliano P, Wege S, Rouached H, Stefanovic A and Poirier Y (2012). Functional expression of PHO1 to the Golgi and trans-Golgi network and its role in export of inorganic phosphate. Plant Journal, 71; 479-91.
- Barbier-Brygoo H, De Angeli A, Filleur F, Frachisse JM, Gambale F, Thomine S and Wege S (2011). Anion channels/transporters in plants: exciting breakthroughs and new challenges. Annual Review in Plant Biology, 62; 25-51.
- Wege S, Jossier M, Filleur S, Thomine S, Barbier-Brygoo H, Gambale F and De Angeli A (2010). The proline 160 in the selectivity filter of the Arabidopsis NO3-/H+ exchanger AtCLCa is essential for nitrate accumulation in planta. Plant Journal, 63; 861-869
- De Angeli A, Moran O, Wege S, Filleur S, Ephritikhine G, Thomine S, Barbier- Brygoo H, Gambale F (2009). ATP-binding to the C-terminus of the Arabidopsis thaliana nitrate/proton antiporter AtCLCa regulates nitrate transport into plant vacuoles. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 284; 26526-32.
- Orashakova S, Lange M, Lange S, Wege S and Becker A (2009). The CRABS CLAW ortholog from California poppy (Eschscholzia californica, Papaveraceae), EcCRC, is involved in floral meristem termination, gynoecium differentiation and ovule initiation. Plant Journal, 58; 682-93.
- Wege S, Scholz A, Gleissberg S and Becker A (2007). Highly efficient virus-induced gene silencing (VIGS) in California poppy (Eschscholzia californica): an evaluation of VIGS as a strategy to obtain functional data from non-model plants. Annals of Botany, 100; 641-9.
2014-current: Postdoc at the University of Adelaide, Australia, Lab of Matthew Gilliham, ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology, project: Anion transport and homeostasis in Arabidopsis
2011-2014: Postdoc at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, Lab of Yves Poirier, Marie-Curie fellow, project: PHOSTASIA (PHOSphate Transport And Signalling In Arabidopsis)
2007-2010: PhD at the ISV CNRS Gif-sur-Yvette (Paris), France, Lab of Hélène Barbier-Brygoo and Sébastien Thomine, supervision: Sophie Filleur, Early-Stage-Researcher in the Marie-Curie Network VaTEP, PhD awarded as “très honorable”, project: nitrate and chloride transport in Arabidopsis
2006: Diplom (Master’s equivalent) at the University of Bremen, Germany, Lab of Annette Becker, awarded with the price for the best Master’s thesis in the German state of Bremen (“Bremer Studienpreis”), project: Carpel development gene function in California poppy
2004-2005: Student’s project at the Centre for Environmental Research and Sustainable Technology, Bremen, Germany, and at the Tulongeni Gardening Project, Hentiesbaai, Namibia, group of Wolfgang Heyser, project: Plant growth studies with water absorbing soil conditioners for re-cultivating degraded soils in (semi-) arid areas.
Awards, Prizes, Fellowships And Recognition
2015: Awarded with The Edith Dornwell Medal for Early-Career Research Excellence