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Peter Moffett Jul 23
Fun discovery from bringing home some Irn Bru after the in Glasgow: it contains Ponceau 4R and can be used to stain proteins.
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Yiming Wang Jul 18
Those are all plant pathologists!
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Clémence Marchal Jul 18
Very honoured to received one of five poster prizes of this wonderful ! Huge thanks to the judges and organisers!
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cris argueso Jul 15
The most useful PCA plot I’ve ever seen
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PMDelaux Jul 18
Be ready I'll be on stage in 2 minutes ! 😅
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GaryFoster Jul 16
Why are plant virologists still the coolest scientists, why do plant bacteriologists still work on such easy pathogens, why are most fungal pathologists so old, and why are those fungal-like ones so techy
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Eleanor Gilroy Jul 19
We hope all our guests enjoyed Ceilidh dancing at the last night of ⁦⁦
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Taylor M. Harris Jul 16
Having a blast at MPMI. & I presented our poster highlighting a few of the great projects going on in the Bart lab—it went great!
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JC_DelaConcepcion Jul 19
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Zachary Savage Jul 15
Could the ZAR1 resistosome act to replace ion channels who's activity is down regulated by effectors which NLRs recognise?
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Jeanne Harris Jul 20
What are the unanswered questions? wanted to know! We crowd-sourced the answers at – and the #1 question is: How do plants engage with beneficial microorganisms while at the same time restricting pathogens?
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Matt Dommel Jul 16
, who wants to learn about the genome and TAL effector composition of mango pathogen, Xanthomonas citri pv. mangiferaeindicae? Then come and see my poster at stand 885 between 6pm and 7pm this Wednesday!
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Zoe Dubrow Jul 16
Xa21 explanation spotted in the Glasgow botanical gardens!
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Alex Leary Jul 19
Now more than ever after the stimulating discussions at
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Daniel Moñino Jul 17
Amazing talk by today at ! Interesting NLR evolution from a singleton, which diversified in sensor and helper NLRs. MADA motif is present in the 20% of CNLs N-terminus. These MADA residues are located on the outside of the resistosome pore. Function?
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Bharat Mishra Jul 15
How social networks and data analytics can improve your pathogenic effector target discovery in plant systems! Our poster 961-P2 can contribute a lot at
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Zoe Dubrow Jul 17
Want to find out what happened to this very sad looking cabbage? Come see me at poster #787 today at 6pm to chat about Xanthomonas, TAL effectors, field trials or plant pathology themed baking!
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Christine Faulkner Jul 17
Mina and plasmodesmata on the big stage at ! on tour
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ZMBP Jul 14
congrats to for getting the young investigator award!
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Heike Seybold Jul 14
I keep asking myself: Is studying binary interactions between plants & microbes reflecting a realistic scenario? What can we learn from ternary or quadruple interactions? Would it give a more general view?
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