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GARNet Research Roundup: July 5th 2019

5th Jul 2019

This edition of the GARNet research roundup begins with a study from the University Leicester that investigates the rate of selection of genes expressed in Arabidopsis pollen. The second and third papers focus on the function of members of the AP2 family of transcription factors. Sarah McKim’s...

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GARNish Edition 31 now available.

2nd Jul 2019

The 31st edition of the GARNish newletter is now available for download. Included in this edition is: - Update from UKPSF and the Global Plant Council - List of Upcoming Events - Introducing the Shiny 3D RNA-Seq analysis App - Reports from UK Plant Networks - Update from UKRI-BBSRC including...

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GARNet Research Roundup: June 12th 2019

12th Jun 2019

In another big edition of the GARNet Research Roundup we cover many different areas of research that utilise a varied group of experimental organisms! The first paper from the Feng lab at the John Innes Centre performs an assessment of the factors influencing heterochromatin activity in sperm...

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MASC Annual Report 2019

10th Jun 2019

The annual report from the Multinational Arabidopsis Steering Committee (MASC) is attached and now available for download here: report documents the progress in Arabidopsis research amongst member countries,...

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GARNet Research Roundup: May 28th 2019

28th May 2019

This bumper edition of the GARNet research roundup begins with a set of papers from the John Innes Centre. Anne Osbourn’s group is involved with two papers; firstly they discover how altering metabolic networks in the Arabidopsis root can cause changes in the associated microbiota. Second they...

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INDEPTH Training Schools on Proteomics and Bio-Image Analysis

16th May 2019

Registration is open for two training schools organised by the 'Impact of Nuclear Domains On Gene Expression and Plant Traits (INDEPTH)' COST Action. INDEPTH Training School: Plant Nuclear ProteomicsOloumouc, Czech Republic July...

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