Jun Sung Seo
  • Faculty, Seoul National University
Research fields
  • Molecular Biology
Personal information


Ph. D in Agricultural Biotechnology, Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of, 2012

Current position

Research Fellow, Nam-Hai Chua Group, TEMASEK Life Science Lab, Singapore


  1. Jeong, J. S., Jung, C., Seo, J. S., Kim, J. K. and Chua, N. H. (2017). The Deubiquitinating Enzymes UBP12 and UBP13 Positively Regulate MYC2 Levels in Jasmonate Responses. Plant Cell 29(6): 1406-1424.
  2. Seo, J. S., Sun, H. X., Park, B. S., Huang, C. H., Yeh, S. D., Jung, C. and Chua, N. H. (2017). ELF18-INDUCED LONG-NONCODING RNA Associates with Mediator to Enhance Expression of Innate Immune Response Genes in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 29(5): 1024-1038.
  3. Nam, K. H., Kim, D. Y., Pack, I. S., Park, J. H., Seo, J. S., Choi, Y. D., Cheong, J. J., Kim, C. H. and Kim, C. G. (2016). Comparative analysis of chemical compositions between non-transgenic soybean seeds and those from plants over-expressing AtJMT, the gene for jasmonic acid carboxyl methyltransferase. Food Chem 196: 236-241.
  4. Jung, C., Zhao, P., Seo, J. S., Mitsuda, N., Deng, S. and Chua, N. H. (2015). PLANT U-BOX PROTEIN10 Regulates MYC2 Stability in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 27(7): 2016-2031.
  5. Park, B. S., Seo, J. S. and Chua, N. H. (2014). NITROGEN LIMITATION ADAPTATION recruits PHOSPHATE2 to target the phosphate transporter PT2 for degradation during the regulation of Arabidopsis phosphate homeostasis. Plant Cell 26(1): 454-464.
  6. Kandel, S., Sauveplane, V., Compagnon, V., Franke, R., Millet, Y., Schreiber, L., Werck-Reichhart, D. and Pinot, F. (2007). Characterization of a methyl jasmonate and wounding-responsive cytochrome P450 of Arabidopsis thaliana catalyzing dicarboxylic fatty acid formation in vitro. FEBS J 274(19): 5116-5127.
  7. Seo, J. S., Koo, Y. J., Jung, C., Yeu, S. Y., Song, J. T., Kim, J. K., Choi, Y., Lee, J. S. and Do Choi, Y. (2013). Identification of a novel jasmonate-responsive element in the AtJMT promoter and its binding protein for AtJMT repression. PLoS One 8(2): e55482.
  8. Jung, C., Kim, Y. K., Oh, N. I., Shim, J. S., Seo, J. S., Choi, Y. D., Nahm, B. H. and Cheong, J. J. (2012). Quadruple 9-mer-based protein binding microarray analysis confirms AACnG as the consensus nucleotide sequence sufficient for the specific binding of AtMYB44. Mol Cells 34(6): 531-537.
  9. Seo, J. S., Sohn, H. B., Noh, K., Jung, C., An, J. H., Donovan, C. M., Somers, D. A., Kim, D. I., Jeong, S. C., Kim, C. G., Kim, H. M., Lee, S. H., Choi, Y. D., Moon, T. W., Kim, C. H., Cheong, J. J. (2012). Expression of the Arabidopsis AtMYB44 gene confers drought/salt-stress tolerance in transgenic soybean. Mol Breeding 29: 601-608.
  10. Jung, C., Shim, J. S., Seo, J. S., Lee, H. Y., Kim, C. H., Choi, Y. D. and Cheong, J. J. (2010). Non-specific phytohormonal induction of AtMYB44 and suppression of jasmonate-responsive gene activation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol Cells 29(1): 71-76.
  11. Jung, C., Seo, J. S., Han, S. W., Koo, Y. J., Kim, C. H., Song, S. I., Nahm, B. H., Choi, Y. D. and Cheong, J. J. (2008). Overexpression of AtMYB44 enhances stomatal closure to confer abiotic stress tolerance in transgenic Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol 146(2): 623-635.
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