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Posted date: 2017-02-14 08:32

This weeks Arabidopsis Roundup again includes a broad selection of research topics. Firstly researchers at SLCU are involved in work that describes Arabidopsis sepal development. Secondly Cyril Zipfel from TSL leads a study that adds a layer of complexity to our knowledge of cellular pathogen perception. Thirdly the group of Reiner van der Hoorn from Oxford introduces the use of a novel set of inhibitors that reveals differential activity of proteosomal subunits during bacterial infection. Finally Hugh Pritchard from Kew Gardens is a co...

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Posted date: 2017-02-09 06:12

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Posted date: 2017-01-25 10:36

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Source: GARNet blog post
Posted date: 2017-01-16 11:17

Todays Arabidopsis Research Roundup includes some excellent examples of UK labs engaged in collaborative work with researchers from around the globe. However first up is a study solely from the John Innes Centre, led by Vinod Kumar, that investigates the role of PIF4 during the thermosensory response. Secondly David Evans (Oxford Brookes University) is a co-author on a French-led study that has looked into the role of LINC complexes during interphase heterochromatin patterning. Thirdly is the description of the new PhenoTiki imaging tool that has come from the lab of Sotirios Tsaftaris in...

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Posted date: 2017-01-11 04:19

The first Arabidopsis Research Roundup of 2017 includes a wide range of studies that use our favourite model organism.

Firstly Kerry Franklin (University of Bristol) is the corresponding author on a paper that describes the complex interaction between the responses to sunlight and heat. Secondly Paul Dupree (University of Cambridge) leads a study that defines the important structural relationship between xylan and cellulose. Thirdly members of Gos Micklem’s group in Cambridge are part of the Araport team that present their ThaleMine tool.

Richard Napier (University of Warwick...

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Posted date: 2016-12-28 11:19

The final Research Roundup of 2016 includes two papers that take different strategies toward the ultimate aim of crop improvement and use Arabidopsis as a tool for their initial discoveries. Firstly Christine Raines (University of Essex) uses a transgenic approach to upregulate enzymes of the calvin cycle while researchers from Rothamstead and Oxford use a chemical intervention strategy. Both of these strategies are successful in increasing yield.

Second are a set of back-to-back papers featuring Xiaoqi Feng (JIC) that investigate DNA methylation patterns in both male and female...

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Posted date: 2016-12-07 08:46

This weeks Arabidopsis Research Roundup is led by a study from the John Innes Centre in which Lars Ostergaard’s group identify a novel auxin-signaling module. Lars also kindly provides an audio description of this paper where we discuss the significance of this paper for our understanding of auxin signaling.

Secondly is a US-led paper that includes Sabrina Gonzalez-Jorge (University of Cambridge) as a co-author on a study that uses GWAS to identify novel loci involved in amino acid signalling.

Thirdly is a study from Keele University that uses Arabidopsis as an unlikely model...

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Posted date: 2016-11-30 05:17

This weeks Arabidopsis Research Roundup includes an exciting selection of papers that cross a range of subject areas. Firstly is a study led by George Bassel from Birmingham that details cell growth processes across the developing embryo. Secondly Henrik Jonsson at SLCU is a co-author on a study that adds to our understanding of the auxin signaling pathways that controls shoot phyllotaxis. Thirdly are two studies from the University of Oxford that investigate the evolution in land plants of either rooting systems or the response to KNOX transcription factors. Next Cyril Zipfel (TSL) is a...

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Posted date: 2016-11-14 09:22

This weeks Arabidopsis Research Roundup is led by a manuscript from Tom Bennett and Ottoline Leyser that looks at Strigolactone signaling for which Tom provides a brief audio description. Elsewhere Verena Kreichbaumer (Oxford Brookes) is a co-author on a study that looks into cytokinin control of auxin biosynthesis and Mike Blatt’s lab at the University of Glasgow continue to elucidate the role of SNARE proteins in vesicle formation. The penultimate paper includes Peter van Esse as a co-author of a study into the role of SERK proteins in the control of different signaling pathways. Finally...

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Posted date: 2016-11-04 11:47

A couple of weeks of inactivity leads to a bumper edition of the Arabidopsis Research Roundup.
Firstly are two papers from the JIC led by Janelle Balk and Caroline Dean that look at the regulation of the maturation of Fe-S protein complexes or of FLC expression respectively.
Secondly is a study from Liam Dolan in Oxford that looks at regulation of root-hair specific gene expression.
Thirdly is a paper from the University of Bristol that looks at the factors that control the regulation of plastid gene expression.
Fourth are a pair of papers that include work from...

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Source: GARNet blog post
Posted date: 2016-10-21 04:01

This weeks Roundup demonstrates a wide breadth of research topics that use Arabidopsis as the model organism. Firstly Matthew Terry and colleagues investigate the factors that control reterograde signaling between chloroplast and nucleus. Secondly researchers from the University of Sheffield demonstrate that a component of the cell wall is involved in stomatal opening. Thirdly Malcolm Bennett and Ranjan Swarup from CPIB are co-authors on research that touches on a familiar topic, the regulation of the AUX1 protein in Arabidopsis roots. Fourthly Alastair Rutherford is a collaborator on a US...

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