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André Marques 🇧🇷🌟 Jun 19
RT please: Dear colleagues, I still have a postdoc position available to join my team on "Evolution of Meiosis". Using holocentric plants as model we aim to study comparatively meiotic adaptations and recombination rates:
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Alice Darbyshire May 24
A whole day measuring total synaptonemal complex lengths in my mutant... a slow job but the end results are satisfying! 😍
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Kyuha Choi Jun 21
Happy to share our first of my lab; “DeepTetrad: high-throughput analysis of meiotic tetrads by deep learning in plants” Yes, we developed a deep learning-based image recognition package, DeepTetrad that enables measurements of CO frequency and interference
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The Cohen Lab Jul 2
The Cohen lab is recruiting postdocs!! Some fantastic new people are arriving, but there is space for more! Come and see why meiosis is so much fun to study, especially in beautiful
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Abby Dernburg Nov 14
I found an aptly-themed rug for my office!
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Alice Darbyshire Apr 30
Super interesting talk from Keith Edwards to kick off : bread wheat isn't as lacking in diversity as originally thought! And perhaps by manipulating meiosis, we can utilise that diversity to improve wheat breeding 🌾
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Talia Hatkevich Jul 7
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Anca Segall 27 Jun 18
Day 3 if 7: 7 b&w pics of my life. No humans, no explanations. Challenged by ⁦⁩. “Today” I challenge ⁦⁩ again (from the right Twitter account).
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Olivia Ballew 28 Jun 18
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Alexander Lorenz May 30
PhD studentship available in my lab , this is a collaboration with the Donaldson lab
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André Marques 🇧🇷🌟 Jun 4
Super excited what's about to come!
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Diana Libuda Jan 5
Pursuing new crossover research at the ⁦⁩ winter retreat in Bend, Oregon ⁦⁩.
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Gregory Copenhaver 29 Jun 18
Day 7.5 (Friday bonus edition) of 7: 7 b&w pics of your life. No humans; no explanations. Challenged by Today I challenge me (mic drop)
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The Schlögelhofer Lab 30 Jun 18
Day 6: 7 black & white photos of your life. No humans, no explanations. Challenged by . Today I challenge
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Daniel Wells Jul 9
Replying to @DanielJohnWells
Plus mutant mice! SDA is able to identify mutant-specific components e.g. X chromosome activation in Hormad1 KO, in addition to batch effects. Check out your favourite gene in our app: + talk to me at
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Diana Libuda Jun 21
Come check out the talk by grad student (abstract #15) on meiotic sister chromatid repair in the Germline session today at 8:42am in the Grand Horizon Ballroom!
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Francesca Cole Jun 4
What great science at NIH I got to hear about today! Thanks and for hosting me.
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Jasvinder Ahuja May 29
Looking forward to visit on Tuesday, June 4th and seminar - "How Chromosome Structure and Recombination Ensure Homolog Pairing and Segregation in Mouse Spermatocytes" 37/6041 12-1p.
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Francesca Cole May 28
Our newest graduate student is coming to EMBO meiosis
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Michael Lichten May 9
Awesome choice! A great scientist and great scientific citizen. And...!
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