[Arabidopsis] Re: Arab-gen Digest, Vol 38, Issue 9

channa keshava via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by chinnatal from gmail.com)
Thu Jun 19 02:58:26 EST 2008


I am a PhD student in Prof. Huelskamp lab, Cologne, Germany. I am in need of
Arabidopsis wildtype seeds of Nossen (No-0) ecotype. If anybody has please
send it to me soon.

Channa Keshavaiah
Botanical Institute-III
Gyrhofstrasse-15, 50931
University of Cologne, Cologne
Germany


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>   1. antibodies to modifications--any work in Arabidopsis?
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>   2. Postdoctoral position in plant-microbe interaction, at LIPM,
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> From: Karen Browning <kbrowning from mail.utexas.edu>
> Subject: [Arabidopsis] antibodies to modifications--any work in
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> Does anyone have experience using commercial antibodies to protein
> modifications (acetylation, methylation, glycosylation, sumoylation etc)
> with Arabidopsis or other plant protein targets?
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> If so, please send the names of the company and specific antibody used.
> Thank you.
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> Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2008 12:41:15 +0200
> From: Nemo Peeters <Nemo.Peeters from toulouse.inra.fr>
> Subject: [Arabidopsis] Postdoctoral position in plant-microbe
>        interaction, at LIPM, Toulouse, France
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> 19-months postdoc position, at LIPM, Toulouse, France
> To study the mode of action of the F-box "GALA" type III effector
> proteins of Ralstonia solanacearum on Arabidopsis.
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> Available from 1st September 2008 (starting no later than 1st January 2009)
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> Location:
> The LIPM (www.toulouse.inra.fr/centre/lipm), in Toulouse, France, is a
> dynamic and international group of researchers studying plant-microbe
> interactions. It provides an excellent scientific environment and
> facilities to carry out this project.
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> The Position:
> Together with the project leader, a PhD student and technical
> assistance, the candidate will carry out Arabidopsis molecular genetics,
> bacterial infection studies, protein biochemistry in order to identify
> and characterize the targets of the GALA proteins injected by
> R. solanacearum in plant cells.
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> Annual Gross salary of 25 611 EUR (expected Net salary around 1800
> EUR/month including health and unemployment benefits).
> Starting the 1^st of February 2008 or soon after.
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> The candidate:
> Should have experience in plant molecular genetics and preferably also
> protein biochemistry  The candidate is expected to have a strong
> enthusiasm (not necessary previous experience) for plant-pathogenic
> bacteria interactions. Good English scientific communication skills are
> essential.
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> Application:
> Please send email inquiry and application, with subject header "postdoc
> GALA", to Nemo Peeters (peeters from toulouse.inra.fr, tel:+33561285592).
> Application should contain a cover letter outlining previous experience,
> a curriculum vitae and up to three reference contact details.
>
> Living in Toulouse:
> Fourth largest city in France, Toulouse is attractive in terms of
> cultural and sport activities. The South of France is renowned for its
> quality of life.
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> References:
> *Kajava, AV., Anisimova, M. and Peeters, N. (2008). Origin and evolution
> of GALA-LRR, a new member of the CC-LRR subfamily: from plants to
> bacteria? PLoS ONE 3(2): e1694.
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> *Angot, A., Vergunst, A., Genin, S., and Peeters, N. (2007).
> Exploitation of eukaryotic ubiquitin signaling pathways by effectors
> translocated by bacterial type III and type IV secretion systems. PLoS
> Pathog /3/, e3.
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> *Angot, A., Peeters, N., Lechner, E., Vailleau, F., Baud, C.,
> Gentzbittel, L., Sartorel, E., Genschik, P., Boucher, C., and Genin, S.
> (2006). /Ralstonia solanacearum /requires F-box-like domain-containing
> type III effectors to promote disease on several host plants. Proc Natl
> Acad Sci U S A /103/, 14621-14625.
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