Dr. agr. Eduard Muráni

+49 38208 68-702
Forschungsinstitut für Nutztierbiologie (FBN)
Institut für Genombiologie
Abteilung Genomik
Wilhelm-Stahl-Allee 2
18196 Dummerstorf

Forschungsinteressen

  • Molekularbiologie und Genetik von Eigenschaften zur Produktion, Anpassung und zum Tierwohl von Schweinen mit Hinblick auf Stressantwort, Verhalten und Muskelentwicklung
  • Regulation der mRNA Expression
  • Verbindung von genotypischer mit phänotypischer Variation

Lebenslauf

  • 2014-heute: Wissenschaftler Abteilung Genomik am Leibniz-Institut für Nutztierbiologie (FBN)
  • 2009-2014: Nachwuchsgruppenleiter in der Abteilung Genomik am am Leibniz-Institut für Nutztierbiologie (FBN)
  • 2004-2009: Wissenschaftler in der Abteilung Genomik am Leibniz-Institut für Nutztierbiologie (FBN)
  • 2002-2004: Postdoc im EU Projekt "PorDictor" im Institut für Tierwissenschaften der Universität Bonn
  • 2003: Promotion in den Agrarwissenschaften
  • 1998-2002: PhD Student im Institut für Tierwissenschaften der Universität Bonn
  • 1993-1998: MSc an der Univerzita Konštantína Filozofa v Nitre Slovakei

Publikationen

Jaeger, A.; Fritschka, S.; Ponsuksili, S.; Wimmers, K.; Muràni, E. (2015):
Identification and functional characterization of cis-regulatory elements controlling expression of the porcine ADRB2 gene. Int J Biol Sci 11 (9): 1006-1015
Reyer, H.; Hawken, R.; Muràni, E.; Ponsuksili, S.; Wimmers, K. (2015):
The genetics of feed conversion efficiency traits in a commercial broiler line. Sci Rep-UK 5: 16387, 1-11
Ponsuksili, S.; Zebunke, M.; Muràni, E.; Trakooljul, N.; Krieter, J.; Puppe, B.; Schwerin, M.; Wimmers, K. (2015):
Integrated Genome-wide association and hypothalamus eQTL studies indicate a link between the circadian rhythm-related gene PER1 and coping behavior. Sci Rep-UK 5: 16264, 1-14
Liu, X; Du, Y.; Trakooljul, N.; Brand, B.; Muràni, E.; Krischek, C.; Wicke, M.; Schwerin, M.; Wimmers, K.; Ponsuksili, S. (2015):
Muscle transcriptional profile based on muscle fiber, mitochondrial respiratory activity, and metabolic enzymes. Int J Biol Sci 11 (12): 1348-1362
Adler, M.; Muràni, E.; Ponsuksili, S.; Wimmers, K. (2015):
PBMC transcriptomic responses to primary and secondary vaccination differ due to divergent lean growth and antibody titers in a pig model. Physiol Genomics 47 (10): 470-478
Siengdee, P.; Trakooljul, N.; Muràni, E.; Schwerin, M.; Wimmers, K.; Ponsuksili, S. (2015):
MicroRNAs regulate cellular ATP levels by targeting mitochondrial energy metabolism genes during C2C12 myoblast differentiation. Plos One 10 (5): e0127850, 1-20
Ponsuksili, S.; Siengdee, P.; Du, Y.; Trakooljul, N.; Muràni, E.; Schwerin, M.; Wimmers, K. (2015):
Identification of common regulators of genes in co-expression networks affecting muscle and meat properties. Plos One 10 (4): e0123678, 1-18
Siengdee, P.; Trakooljul, N.; Muràni, E.; Brand, B.; Schwerin, M.; Wimmers, K.; Ponsuksili, S. (2015):
Pre- and post-natal muscle microRNA expression profiles of two pig breeds differing in muscularity. Gene 561 (2): 190-198
Liu, X; Du, Y.; Trakooljul, N.; Brand, B.; Muràni, E.; Krischek, C.; Wicke, M.; Schwerin, M.; Wimmers, K.; Ponsuksili, S. (2015):
Transcriptional profile of muscle association with mitochondrial respiratory activity, metabolic enzymes and muscle fiber. Schriftenreihe / Leibniz-Institut für Nutztierbiol 24: 37-40
Wimmers, K.; Muràni, E.; Ponsuksili, S. (2015):
Genetic factors on reproductive traits in pigs. Proc Soc. Nutr. Physiol. 24: 185
Reyer, H.; Ponsuksili, S.; Wimmers, K.; Muràni, E. (2014):
Association of N-terminal domain polymorphisms of the porcine glucocorticoid receptor with carcass composition and meat quality traits. Anim Genet 45 (1): 125-129
Oster, M.; Muràni, E.; Metges, C. C.; Ponsuksili, S.; Wimmers, K. (2014):
High- and low-protein gestation diets do not provoke common transcriptional responses representing universal target-pathways in muscle and liver of porcine progeny. Acta Physiol 210 (1): 202-214
Loan, H. T. P.; Muràni, E.; Maak, S.; Ponsuksili, S.; Wimmers, K. (2014):
UBXN1 polymorphism and its expression in porcine M. longissimus dorsi are associated with water holding capacity. Mol Biol Rep 41 (3): 1411-1418
Du, Y.; Muràni, E.; Ponsuksili, S.; Wimmers, K. (2014):
biomvRhsmm: genomic segmentation with hidden semi-Markov model. BioMed Res Int 2014: 1-11
Ponsuksili, S.; Muràni, E.; Trakooljul, N.; Schwerin, M.; Wimmers, K. (2014):
Discovery of candidate genes for muscle traits based on GWAS supported by eQTL-analysis. Int J Biol Sci 10 (3): 327-337
Oster, M.; Muràni, E.; Ponsuksili, S.; D´Eath, R. B.; Turner, S.P.; Evans, G.; Thölking, L.; Kurt, E.; Klont, R.; Foury, A.; Mormède, P.; Wimmers, K. (2014):
Hepatic expression patterns in psychosocially high-stressed pigs suggest mechanisms following allostatic principles. Physiol Behav 128: 159-165
Oster, M.; Muràni, E.; Ponsuksili, S.; D´Eath, R. B.; Turner, S.P.; Evans, G.; Thölking, L.; Kurt, E.; Klont, R.; Foury, A.; Mormède, P.; Wimmers, K. (2014):
Transcriptional responses of PBMC in psychosocially stressed animals indicate an alerting of the immune system in female but not in castrated male pigs. BMC Genomics 15: 967-978
Muràni, E.; Reyer, H.; Görres, A.; Tuchscherer, A.; Kanitz, E.; Ponsuksili, S.; Wimmers, K. (2014):
From phenotype to QTN and back: Identification and characterization of a genetic variant of the porcine glucocorticoid receptor with a major effect on HPA axis activity. In: Proceedings / 10th World Congress of Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (https://asas.org/wcgalp-proceedings) (https://asas.org/wcgalp-proceedings/species-breeding-swine): 371
Chomwisarutkun, K.; Muràni, E.; Brunner, R. M.; Ponsuksili, S.; Wimmers, K. (2013):
QTL region-specific microarrays reveal differential expression of positional candidate genes of signaling pathways associated with the liability for the inverted teat defect. Anim Genet 44 (2): 139-148
Rangkasenee, N.; Muràni, E.; Brunner, R. M.; Schellander, K.; Cinar, M. U.; Scholz, A. M.; Luther, H.; Hofer, A.; Ponsuksili, S.; Wimmers, K. (2013):
KRT8, FAF1 and PTH1R gene polymorphisms are associated with leg weakness traits in pigs. Mol Biol Rep 39 (4): 2859-2866