Seed germination and protein modifications

AG Née
From left to right: Guillaume Née, Michael Gasper, Thorben Krüger, Florian Ahloumessou, and Nathan Von Manteuffel.
© WWU - Dr. Guillaume Née

The group is studying the role of protein interactions and post translational modifications controlling seed germination. …  more

Positions available

We are looking for talented and motivated students to perform a Research Module or a Bsc/Msc thesis in our group.
The research will be focused on the identification and/or characterization of key protein post translational modifications involved in Arabidopsis seed dormancy.
Techniques used in the lab cover proteomics, biochemistry, molecular biology, reverse genetics and seed physiology. …  more
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