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Josefa González Jul 24
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Cedric 👾 Feschotte Jun 14
I started a list of 100+ running an active lab and recently studying or . RT & help grow the list! 1/n
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Cristina Vieira Mar 11
Proud of our paper on invasive species, epigenetics and transposable elements
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Cedric 👾 Feschotte Jul 24
are major source of conflict & mayhem, but they can do good too. Ask this peppered moth
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Ravindra Raut Aug 20
Thanks SGRF for providing GYAN Scholarship Award to present my research on rice
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Cedric 👾 Feschotte Nov 19
10 Things You Should Know About A collective piece emerged from brainstorming with a fantastic bunch... 1/n
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Charlie Underwood Jul 24
New review out today in written together with exploring the relationship between transposable elements and meiotic recombination in plants, animals and fungi. Free access here:
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Arvid Ågren 15 Mar 18
Nice opportunity to join a fantastic lab. In my beautiful hometown of Uppsala, to boot!
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Current Biology Mar 14
variation of size in ascidians mainly due to
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ZZ Zhao Zhang 26 Jul 18
First paper from my young lab . Explain how manipulate the to achieve cell-type-specific propagation and why are needed (at least in fly). Great team work. Supported by and NIH DP5!
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Vivien Horvath Aug 22
If you are interested in respose and come and listen to my talk today at 16:45 in logomo hall!
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Donald M. O'Malley 17 Mar 18
It's now Genetics101, but for decades nobody believed Dr. McClintock. Then she won the Nobel Prize.
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Hadi Quesneville Jan 29
Our new paper is out! RepetDB: a unified resource for transposable element references. Read the paper .Test the database:
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Geoffrey Faulkner Jul 26
Great review from considering roles for in neurodegeneration.
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Matthias Benoit, PhD 5 Apr 18
Preparing my presentation for the seminar series next week! Guess what I’ll be talking about?
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Tony Heitkam 🌱🔍💚 Nov 19
The "10 things to know about " will be an instant classic. I guess this slide will soooo often appear in student talks!
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Mobile DNA Apr 1
Genome Size Evolution: Small with Large Consequences
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Valentina Peona 19 Mar 18
Excited to present my work on and in Birds of Paradise :D
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Cedric 👾 Feschotte Oct 11
sounds like an awesome meeting, but surprised not to hear more about the real boss of the germline: !
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Cedric 👾 Feschotte Nov 7
My keynote at ALL ROADS LEAD TO can be watched here:
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