Om Kristian Kvint
Started his PhD at Lund University, Sweden 1997 and finished his PhD* at University of Gothenburg 2002. Stayed in Gothenburg doing research until 2004 where after he moved to London Research Institute (Clare Hall Laboratories, Cancer Research UK) for a Post Doc (now Francis Crick Institute). 2008-2015 Kristian held a PI position at the Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology at University of Gothenburg. 2016-2022 he was Coordinator for, and researcher (associate professor in cell- and molecular biology) at CARe - Centre for Antibiotic Resistance Research at University of Gothenburg.
Presently he is Webb Editor at Institute of Biomedicine at University of Gothenburg.
* Thesis title: On the role of sigma factor competition and the alarmone, ppGpp, in global control of gene expression in Escherichia coli https://gupea.ub.gu.se/handle/2077/15574
Differential role of cytosolic Hsp70s in longevity assurance and protein quality
Teaching about antibiotic resistance to a broad audience: a multidisciplinary
Critical knowledge gaps and research needs related to the environmental dimensions of antibiotic
D. G. Joakim Larsson, Antoine Andremont, Johan Bengtsson-Palme, K. K. Brandt, A. M. D. Husman, P. Fagerstedt, J. Fick, Carl-Fredrik Flach, W. H. Gaze, M. Kuroda, Kristian Kvint, R. Laxminarayan, C. M. Manaia, K. M. Nielsen, L. Plant, M. C. Ploy, C. Segovia, P. Simonet, K. Smalla, J. Snape, E. Topp, A. J. van Hengel, D. W. Verner-Jeffreys, M. P. J. Virta, E. M. Wellington, A. S. Wernersson
Environment International - 2018
Loss of Ubp3 increases Silencing, decreases Unequal Recombination in rDNA, and shortens the Replicative Life Span in Saccharomyces
David Öling, Rehan Masoom, Kristian Kvint
Molecular Biology of the Cell - 2014
Opposing roles of Ubp3-dependent deubiquitination regulate replicative life span and heat
Absence of mitochondrial translation control proteins extends life span by activating sirtuin-dependent
Increased RNA polymerase availability directs resources towards growth at the expense of
Reversal of RNA polymerase II ubiquitylation by the ubiquitin protease