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Stewart, David stewart at cshl.edu
Thu Mar 13 09:03:46 EST 2003

<x-charset iso-8859-1>Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Course
Arabidopsis Molecular Genetics
June 27 - July 17, 2003

Apply on line at www.cshl.edu/meetings by March 15, 2003

This course provides an intensive overview of topics in plant growth,
physiology and development, focusing on molecular genetic approaches to
understanding plant biology using Arabidopsis thaliana and other plants as
model systems.  The course is ideal for scientists with experience in
molecular techniques or in plant biology who wish to work with Arabidopsis,
or are moving to Arabidopsis labs. Lab instruction will cover the latest
techniques including:

analysis of plant development
mutant analysis
in situ detection of RNA
histochemical staining
transient gene expression
applications of GFP fusions
protein interaction and detection
proteomics approaches
transcription profiling
genetic and physical mapping

Last year's lecturers included Jody Banks, Andrew Bent, John Bowman, Goerge
Coupland, Nancy Dengler, Joseph Ecker, Ueili Grossniklaus, Roger Hangartner,
Jeff Harper, David Jackson, Rich Jorgensen, Thomas Juenger, Elizabeth
Kellogg, Jocelyn Malamy, Rob Martienssen, Peter McCourt, June Nasrallah, Joe
Ogas, Scott Peck, Dean Della Penna, Robert Pruitt, Ralph Quatrano, Eric
Schaller, David Smyth, David Spector, Ian Sussex, Vicki Vance, Ginny Walbot
and Tong Zhu.

Limited scholarship support is available upon request.

John Bowman, University of California, Davis
Ueli Grossniklaus, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Robert Pruitt, Purdue University

Interested in other advanced training opportunities? Students, postdocs and
faculty interested in our program of advanced courses should check out:
(Summer course application deadline: March 15, 2003)



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