Technical webinar on Single Molecule Fluorescence in situ Hybridization (smFISH) in Whole Mount Plant Tissues with Dr Stefanie Rosa from the Swedish University of Agricultural Science
Gianluca Teano discusses his research on the role of Histone 1 in chromatin organisation, which has benefited from his participation in two STSMs.
Gianluca has recently completed his PhD in the lab of Fredy Barneche at IBENS in Paris
In this short webinar he introduces his project research, which has benefited from two INDEPTH-funded STSMs.
Dr Celia Baroux is a world leader on the biology of Linker Histone in plants.
Here she provides a comprehensive overview of the current knowledge about the function of linker histones in Arabidopsis thaliana. She challenges a current model and highlights the research needed to gain a better understanding of their specific functions.
As part of the INDEPTH Academy Kriton Kalantidis from the University of Crete introduces the fascinating biology of viroids (the smallest known infectious pathogens) and their interaction with the plant nucleus.
For the INDEPTH Academy Christian Chevalier (INARE, Bordeaux) introduces endoreduplication, especially in Tomato.
Danny Geelen (Department of Plant Production, Ghent University; HortiCell): Why is sexual reproduction so susceptible to high temperature?
Christophe Tatout introduces NucleusJ 2.0 with a detailed technical explanation of how to use the major functionality of the software
Dimiter Prodanov (IMEC, Belgium) and Sumit Vohra (Zuse Institute, Germany) introduce Active Segmentation as a tool for plant cell image analysis.
Celia Baroux from the University of Zurich is an expert user of IMARIS software and she has taken this expertise in order to develop the DataViz software.
A poem by Jo Young.
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