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Source: GARNet blog post
Posted date: 2014-10-09 10:54

It’s a strong week for the institutes this week with appearances in the Round-up from Rothamsted ResearchThe Sainsbury Laboratory and the John Innes CentreThe Sainsbury Laboratory at the University of Cambridge also gets a mention, as does the University of Glasgow also gets a mention with ...

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Source: GARNet blog post
Posted date: 2014-10-09 10:54

It’s a strong week for the institutes this week with appearances in the Round-up from Rothamsted ResearchThe Sainsbury Laboratory and the John Innes CentreThe Sainsbury Laboratory at the University of Cambridge also gets a mention, as does the University of Glasgow also gets a mention with ...

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Source: GARNet blog post
Posted date: 2014-10-02 08:37

Apologies there hasn’t been an Arabidopsis Research Round-up for a few weeks, I’ve been on annual leave getting married! Here’s a catch up of the newest Arabidopsis research papers from the UK community over the last month, including one from a GARNet committee member, and one from a former GARNet PI.

 

  • Schatlowski N, Wolff P, Santos-González J, Schoft V, Siretskiy A, Scott R, Tamaru H and Köhler C. Hypomethylated pollen...
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Source: GARNet blog post
Posted date: 2014-10-02 08:37

Apologies there hasn’t been an Arabidopsis Research Round-up for a few weeks, I’ve been on annual leave getting married! Here’s a catch up of the newest Arabidopsis research papers from the UK community over the last month, including one from a GARNet committee member, and one from a former GARNet PI.

 

  • Schatlowski N, Wolff P, Santos-González J, Schoft V, Siretskiy A, Scott R, Tamaru H and Köhler C. Hypomethylated pollen...
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Source: GARNet blog post
Posted date: 2014-09-18 01:59

Pete McQuilton and Richard Smith of Nowomics have pulled a load of information on Arabidopsis trends for us to write this fascinating guest blog post. Nowomics is a new website that fetches data from many biological databases every day and works out what’s changed, and finds genes and species names mentioned in new PubMed abstracts. This lets users (this can be anyone – it’s free!) to follow genes and gene ontology terms to create a personalised news feed of new papers and...

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Source: GARNet blog post
Posted date: 2014-09-02 11:03

There are some really interesting Arabidopsis papers in the Round-up this week, including one from GARNet’s Chair, Jim Murray, a review on the role of sugar–hormone interactions in the regulation of floral signal transduction from the University of Bolton, and a fascinating Science paper describing how sieve element cells become enucleated. Enjoy!

 

  • Mammarella...
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Source: GARNet blog post
Posted date: 2014-08-28 11:14

Here’s your UK Arabidopsis Research Round-up for this week.  Today we feature a mixed bag of new work from the Universities of CambridgeLeicesterLeeds andLiverpool. One of the Leeds authors, Emily Hawkes, has been selected to present her work at GARNet 2014, which takes place in just two weeks’ time (9–10 September 2014)! If...

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Source: GARNet blog post
Posted date: 2014-08-21 11:08

These Arabidopsis Research Round-ups are usually posted on the main GARNet website (and still will be) but we’re also going to start posting them here. We were recently approached by the Arabidopsis Information Portal to ask if we could make the Round-ups available for their website too, and it’s easier for us to do that from the blog. Long story…but enjoy!

This week we have 10 new papers published from the end of July to the middle of August, including one by our...

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