- Written by Dimitar Kirkovski
Mihail Angelov, MSc
Position: Laboratory Manager/Technician, CPSBB
Department: Molecular Stress Physiology
His early work was focused on the identification of virus resistance genes in a breeding collection and the use of genetic markers for DUS testing in tomatoes. As an intern at WPUT (Szczecin, Poland) he worked on mapping of QTL loci and identification of novel dwarfing genes in rye, and took part in a GBS sequencing project.
His current role is to support the researchers in the Molecular Stress department in the elucidation of the molecular mechanisms in plant response to abiotic stress.
Staykov N.S., Angelov M., Petrov V., Minkov P., Kanojia A., Guinan K.J., Alseekh S., Fernie A.R., Neerakkal S., Gechev T.S. (2021) An Ascophyllum nodosum-derived biostimulant protects model and crop plants from oxidative stress. Metabolites. 11(1): 24. (4.097)
Milczarski P., Masojć P., Krajewski P., Stochmal A., Kowalczyk M., Angelov M., Ivanova V., Schollenberger M., Wakuliński W., Banaszak Z., Banaszak K., Rakoczy-Trojanowska M., (2017) QTL mapping for benzoxazinoid content, preharvest sprouting, α-amylase activity, and leaf rust resistance in rye (Secale cereale L.). PLoS ONE 12, e0189912. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0189912
Angelov M., Ivanova B., Pavlov A., Ganeva D., Danailov Zh., Bojinov, B., (2017) Development of ISSR arkers for a Bulgarian tomato breeding collection aiming to improve antioxidant compounds in fruits. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science. 23(3): 405-410