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SEB Plant Satellite Meeting on CRISPR-Cas9

8th May 2017


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SEB-GARNet Symposium: From Proteome to Phenotype: role of post-translational modifications

5th May 2017

The SEB and GARNet are delighted to be hosting a SEB Cell Section Satellite meeting entitled 'From Proteome to Phenotype: role of post-translational modifications'. This will take place at the University of Edinburgh between December 11th-13th 2017. We encourage you to mark this in your diaries...

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Arabidopsis Research Roundup: April 20th

20th Apr 2017

This Easter basket of papers again features a selection across many topics of research involving Arabidopsis work. Firstly is a paper led from Dundee that introduces a novel Arabidopsis genome assembly that takes into account alternatively spliced transcripts. Secondly is a paper that identifies a...

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Arabidopsis Research Roundup: March 31st

31st Mar 2017

This bumper edition of the Arabidopsis Research Roundup includes a wide range of research topics. Firstly Mike Roberts leads a study that adds another layer of complexity to our understanding of the factors that control seed dormancy. Secondly a paper from Ottoline Leyser’s lab at SLCU provides...

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Arabidopsis Research Roundup: March 17th

17th Mar 2017

This weeks UK Arabidopsis Research Roundup included three papers featuring researchers from the University of Nottingham as well as manuscripts from Leeds, Lancaster, QMUL and The Sainsburys Lab in Norwich Firstly Stefan Kepinski (Leeds) leads a study that investigates how Gravitropic Set Point...

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Arabidopsis Research Roundup: March 6th

6th Mar 2017

This weeks Arabidopsis Research Roundup includes four papers that focus on different aspects of plant cell biology. Firstly Ian Henderson’s research group in Cambridge defines the role of a critical component that determines crossover frequency in plants and other eukaryotes. Secondly Karl Oparka...

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