BonnMu collection is still expanding

The latest BonnMu release (as of 08-17-2020) adds > 5,000 genes tagged by Mu transposons. Our BonnMu collection is still expanding to archive genes tagged by germinal Mu insertions.

New publication

C. Marcon, F. Hochholdinger and colleagues published a research article in Plant Physiology on BonnMu: the novel Europe based Mutator (Mu) transposon insertional library.

NEW PUBLICATION

Baldauf and Hochholdinger published a research article in the Journal of Experimental Botany on the robustness of hybrid-associated gene expression patterns during primary root development.

Graduate celebrations of the University of Bonn

Our former master students Verena Müller, Yan Naing Win and Annika Kortz attended the annual graduate celebrations of the University of Bonn. All three continue their work in our group as PhD students.

Visit at Southwest University in China

Frank Hochholdinger and Peng Yu visited their collaborator Xinping Chen at Southwest University (SWU).

Discussion on genome editing

Frank Hochholdinger presented his talk on Friday, the 17th of May 2019 at the Evangelische Akademie Villigst in Schwerte.

NEW PUBLICATION

Osthoff, Baldauf and Hochholdinger published a research article in BMC Genomics on transcriptomic adaptions in young barley roots subjected water deficit and salt stress.

DFG-funding for Caroline Marcon

Development of a sequence-indexed collection of transposon tagged maize mutants as a novel public resource and its application in root developmental biology.

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