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Abby Dernburg Nov 14
I found an aptly-themed rug for my office!
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Abby Dernburg Jun 28
Day 7 of 7 (had to take a TwitterBreak; yesterday was too wretched): 7 b&w pics of your life. No humans; no explanations. Challenged by . Today I challenge ⁦
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Alexander Lorenz Dec 12
Great news from which will fund our work trying to understand how the chromatin state influences meiotic recombination frequency with a research incentive grant
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The Schlögelhofer Lab Jun 30
Day 6: 7 black & white photos of your life. No humans, no explanations. Challenged by . Today I challenge
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Alexander Lorenz Aug 7
Tethering meiotic pro-recombination factors (Spo11-activators) to the peri-centromere to understand why crossover recombination at these sites is detrimental. Cool story by the Gerry Smith lab
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Michael Lichten Oct 5
Baltimore Washington Delaware meiosis meeting moves to NIH building 99 after a day filled with great science! with
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Anca Segall Jun 27
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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Gregory Copenhaver Jun 29
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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Alice Darbyshire Feb 11
First image of my Arabidopsis meiocytes using the Zeiss Elyra with excellent tuition provided by 🌿☺️
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Alexander Lorenz Apr 17
Very lively discussions after the talks at during the first 2 sessions, good sign of an engaged community
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Diana Libuda Jan 5
Pursuing new crossover research at the ⁦⁩ winter retreat in Bend, Oregon ⁦⁩.
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Talia Hatkevich Apr 17
Congrats Cori!
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André Marques 🇧🇷🌟 Apr 17
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The Cohen Lab Apr 16
The Keeney lab is soaring high - congrats on some beautiful work, and co!
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Alexander Lorenz Apr 16
Replying to @CNibau
Looking forward to it! Will be great to catch up with you, Dylan, and all the meiosis peeps
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nicole crown Mar 30
Talia is going to take over the world one of these days. If you ever see her name in your applicant pool, I highly recommend snatching her up before someone else does!
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The Cohen Lab Mar 7
A beautiful piece of work from and co - congratulations!
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Alexander Lorenz Feb 11
Very happy that our fluorescent spore recombination assay is now published in Chromosoma , it will appear in a Special Issue on edited by Valerie Borde, & co-edited by ,
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Isabelle Colas #FBPE Aug 6
Nice to catch up with and Pierre Sourdille at and speak about recombination
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Diana Libuda Aug 4
I wonder if this “dreamy” yeast undergoes “dreamy” meiosis and how distant it is from S288C and SK1. The bread tasted amazing!
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