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Jean-Michel Ané
Professor at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Researcher on plant - microbe symbioses. Husband. Dad of 5. Loves hiking, outdoors... Views are my own.
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Matias Kirst Aug 15
Interesting commentary - worth reading for graduate students, postdocs and new faculty. What 50 principal investigators taught me about my failure to land tenure
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Jean-Michel Ané Aug 16
Here is the latest paper from our lab! The Ectomycorrhizal Fungus Laccaria bicolor Produces Lipochitooligosaccharides and Uses the Common Symbiosis Pathway to Colonize Populus Roots
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Lindsay Chamberlain Aug 12
Officially a PhD student now 😁😁😁
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Jean-Michel Ané Aug 9
Why does all life use the same 20 amino acids?
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Jean-Michel Ané Aug 7
FungalRoot: Global online database of plant mycorrhizal associations
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Jean-Michel Ané Aug 6
Rhizobial tRNA-derived small RNAs are signal molecules regulating plant nodulation
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Jean-Michel Ané Aug 5
Opening for an Assistant Professor in our department of Bacteriology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison Come and join us!
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Jean-Michel Ané Jul 25
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Medicago Resources Jul 21
An anthocyanin marker for direct visualization of plant transformation and its use to study nitrogen‑fixing nodule development
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Jean-Michel Ané Jul 23
Multiple alignments
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Nicolas Corradi Jul 16
🤩Algal-fungal symbiosis leads to photosynthetic mycelium! 🤩 Great study by the lab of Greg Bonito!
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Ryan Folk 🎶🍣 Jul 12
Very excited to share that I am officially funded with , , and others in a collaborative project to investigate the diversification and ecology of nitrogen-fixing symbioses -- using one of the largest phylogenomic datasets yet assembled through !
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Jean-Michel Ané Jul 10
Genetic breakthrough in cereal crops could help improve yields worldwide
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Jean-Michel Ané Jul 7
Oops CNN... blue-geen algae are not plants but bacteria... Cyanobacteria.
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Jean-Michel Ané Jul 3
A protein complex required for polar growth of rhizobial infection threads
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Kevin Garcia Jul 1
Check out our new paper published in from ! Phosphorus Transport in Mycorrhiza: How Far Are We?
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Jean-Michel Ané Jul 2
Identification of Phytocyanin Gene Family in Legume Plants and their Involvement in Nodulation of Medicago truncatula
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Jean-Michel Ané Jun 29
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