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Alex Kozik is working with the Comai lab to produce a series of stunning A. thaliana pictures  
 
Alex Kozik is working with the Comai lab to produce a series of stunning A. thaliana pictures  
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Revision as of 20:37, 25 September 2014

Comai Lab News

Sep, 2014
Alex Kozik is working with the Comai lab to produce a series of stunning A. thaliana pictures found at his FLICKR site

Mar 10, 2014
Isabelle Henry et al.'s new paper was accepted in Plant Cell! This paper reports on efficient mutation detection using a combination of exome capture and our MAPS bioinformatics pipeline on EMS mutagenized populations of rice and wheat. The paper can be found on the Plant Cell website

Jan 24, 2014
Our visiting scientist from Kyoto University, Takashi Akagi, just left after two very productive years of research in our lab. We wish him the best back in Japan and hopefully he comes and visits us again soon!

Dec 20, 2013
Isabelle Henry et al.'s paper was accepted in Plant Cell! In this paper, they characterize a locus associated with regular meiosis in the allopolyploid Arabidopsis suecica (Sue). For the fan of Shel Silverstein and / or Johnny Cash out there, the locus is called "Boy named Sue"...

May 28, 2013
Former grad student Diana Burkart-Waco's paper was just accepted in Plant Cell! Details to come... Congratulations Diana! The paper appeared in the June issue of the Plant Cell

May 21, 2013
Matt Porter (Genetics Gradaute Group) passed his qualifying exam this morning! Congrats Matt!

April 2013
Congratulations to Shamoni Maheshwari for becoming a fellow of the Life Sciences Research Foundation (LSRF)!

March 2013
Welcome to Dr. Soichi Inagaki, who is joining our lab for 2 years, from the National Institute of Genetics (NIG) in Japan.

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