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Seminars

17.04.2024
12:00

Dr. Haris Al Kahn
Department of Biomedical Science & Engineering
Konkuk University, Seoul

Plant Development and Adaptation to Environmental Challenges

08.03.2024
13:00

Dr. Ezequiel Petrillo
Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA)

Coding genes generate lncRNAs through alternative splicing: is this true?

21.02.2024
09:15

Dr. Sotirions Fragkostefanakis
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Universität Frankfurt

Transcription factors and splicing regulators: brothers in arms to 
survive heat stress

19.01.2024
14:00

Dr. András Székely
MPI Golm

Long-distance circadian coordination via a phloem delivered mobile transcript

31.05.2023
15:30

Prof. Dr. Marcelo Yanovsky
Fundación Instituto Leloir-IIBBA (CONICET)

It is a matter of time

23.05.2023
11:00

Dr. Matthew Jones
School of Molecular Biosciences, University of Glasgow

Light and temperature signals in plants

05.04.2023
13:15

Prof. Matias Zurbriggen
Heinrich Heine University

23.03.2023
15:00

Prof. Bin Yu
University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Mechanism regulating miRNA biogenesis in plants

20.03-2023
V6-155
16:00

Dr. Anjil Srivastava
Dundee University

SUMO proteases: Functional diversity and its potential in plants

02.11.2022 
9:15

Dr. Ling Chen
Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen

Plant immunity suppressor SKRP encodes a novel RNA-binding protein that targets exon 3’ end of unspliced RNA

03.11.2021
12:30-13:30

Prof. Dr. Detlef Weigel
Department Molecular Biology, Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Tübingen

A mutation is a mutation is a mutation

Chair: Dorothee Staiger, RNA Biology and Molecular Physiology, Bielefeld University

Organizers: Study Group Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants
Part of the GBM Lunch virtual lecture format (registration required).

19.10.2021
15:00

Prof. Dr. Roger Innes
Department of Biology, Indiana University, USA

Extracellular RNA in Plants: Where Does It Come From and What Does It Do?

08.09.2021
15:15

Dr. Nicolas Bologna
Centre for Research in Agricultural Genomics (CRAG), Barcelona

ARGONAUTE1 shuttling regulates sRNA cellular partitioning in Arabidopsis

ZOOM Meeting-ID: 927 4269 7976
Passwort: 064927

22.06.2021
15:15

Prof. Dr. Klaus Grasser
Cell Biology & Plant Biochemistry, University of Regensburg

The elongation phase of RNA polymerase II transcription in Arabidopsis and its coordination with co-transcriptional processes

ZOOM Meeting-ID: 953 7239 8249
Passwort: 181300

04.05.2021
14:15

Dr. Jan Schöning
Head of Global Innovation & Alliance Management, Boehringer Ingelheim

It's all about PASSION: Wege in die und in der biotechnologisch-pharmazeutischen Industrie

ZOOM Meeting

09.03.2021
16:00

Prof. Dr. Joshua Gendron
Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Illuminating the plant calendar

ZOOM Meeting-ID: 915 9700 6258
Passwort: 648207

02.03.2021
13:15

Prof. Dr. Andreas Meyer
University of Bonn, Center for Molecular Biotechnology, INRES - Chemical Signalling

Unravelling thiol-based redox signalling and mitochondrial FeS-cluster transfer

ZOOM Meeting-ID: 927 4766 6613
Passwort: 688426

27.01.2021
14:15

Prof. Dr. Sven Thoms
Medizinische Fakultät OWL, Universität Bielefeld

Can't stop - Peroxisomes and Translational Readthrough

ZOOM Meeting-ID: 942 7572 9168
Passwort: 538423

09.12.2020
9:15

Prof. Dr. Tony Millar
Division of Plant Science, Research School of Biology, The Australian National University, Canberra

Plant miRNAs: defining the “targetome” and a role for miRNAs in basal pathogen defence

ZOOM Meeting-ID: 917 6061 7514
Passwort: 945893

04.12.2020
13:00

Prof. Dr. Gordon Simpson
University of Dundee, School of Life Sciences, and James Hutton Institute, Dundee, Scotland

Sequencing RNA with nanopores reveals the regulatory dynamics of plant immune response genes

18.09.2020
13:15

Dr. Jos Schippers
Seed Development - Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)

A jack of all trades: Superoxide dismutase moonlighting function and a potential link to diurnal regulations

ZOOM Meeting-ID: 933 3872 7830
Passwort: 901921

28.02.2020
13:15
W0-135

Anastasia Batyreva
Laboratory of Plant Stress Tolerance, All Russia Research Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology, Russian Academy of Sciences

The role of Cold Shock domain proteins in the regulation of growth, development and adaptation to low-temperature stress in Arabidopsis thaliana

11.12.2019
17:15
W0-135

Dr. Tom Laloum
Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência (IGC), Lisbon, Portugal

Regulation of ABA-mediated stress responses by SR protein splicing factors in Arabidopsis

26.09.2019
10:15
W0-135

Lisa-Marie Schmid
Biozentrum der LMU München, Department Biologie I - Botanik

PUMPKIN and its role in chloroplast RNA metabolism

20.09.2019
14:15
V7-140

Arantxa Rojas
Instituto de Biología Molecular y Celular de Rosario, Argentina

Identification of key sequence features required for microRNA biogenesis in plants

06.09.2019
13:15
V6-155

Andreas Winkel
Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen

A Career in Plant Sciences - From in-vitro Culture to Mutant Screening by Next Generation Sequencing

15.07.2019
16:00
W0-135

Meixia Li
Molecular Plant Biology, KU Leuven

The effect of ambient temperature on model plant Brachypodium distachyon and mRNA-bound proteomes in plants.

04.02.2019
17:15
W0-135

Prof. Dr. Zofia Szweykowska-Kulinska
Department of Gene Expression, Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan

Post-transcriptional Regulation of MicroRNA Accumulation: New Insights from Plants.

17.09.2018
14:15
V6-155

Bianca Naumann
Institute of Plant Genetics, Leibniz University Hannover

Identification and design of novel TALE-dependent resistance in rice.

01.08.2018
10:15
W0-135

International Young Investigator Symposium Bielefeld: Dr. Marlene Reichel
Institute of Molecular Health Sciences Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zürich

Post-transcriptional gene regulation by microRNAs and RNA-binding proteins.

04.07.2018
9:15
V6-155

Dr. Laura Arribas-Hernández
Department of RNA Biology, Copenhagen University

An m6A-YTH Module Controls Developmental Timing and Morphogenesis in Arabidopsis.

24.04.2018
17:15
W0-135

Dr. Kathi Zarnack
Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Goethe University Frankfurt

Decoding extensive regulation of RON alternative splicing with a high-throughput mutagenesis screen

28.03.2018
10:15
W0-135

Prof. Dr. John WS Brown
University of Dundee/James Hutton Institute, Dundee, Scotland

Rapid and dynamic alternative splicing impacts the cold response transcriptome in Arabidopsis

16.01.2018
17:15
W0-135

Jun. Prof. Dr. Michaela Müller-McNicoll
Arbeitskreis RNA Regulation in Higher Eukaryotes, Institut für Zellbiologie und Neurowissenschaft, Goethe Universität Frankfurt

SR proteins and selective mRNA export in mammalian cells

28.11.2017
17:15
W0-135

Prof. Dr. Christian Schmitz-Linneweber
Lehrstuhl für Molekulare Genetik, Humboldt Universität Berlin

Eukaryotic RNA binding proteins with essential functions within organelles of bacterial origin

07.11.2017
17:15
W0-135

Prof. Dr. Ute Höcker
Botanisches Institut, Universität zu Köln

Control of plant growth, development and metabolism by the light environment

24.10.2017
16:00
V6-155

Prof. Dr. Rolf Backofen
Lehrstuhl für Bioinformatik, Universität Freiburg

How to make sense of CLIP data

02.08.2017
11:15
V6-155

Mona Bassal
Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Halle/Saale

Deep proteomic analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana organ development and flg22 response

10.03.2017
10:15
W0-135

Dr. Claudius Marondedze
Cambridge Centre for Proteomics and Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge

Arabidopsis thaliana mRNA-binding proteins: In vivo determination of the repertoire and stress response

03.03.2017
10:15
W0-135

Dr. Selma Gago Zachert
Department of Molecular Signal Processing, Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Halle (Saale)

Deciphering the role of natural antisense long non-coding RNAs in Arabidopsis thaliana

29.11.2016
11:30
G2-104

Prof. Dr. Florian Heyd
AG RNA-Biochemie, Institut für Chemie und Biochemie, FU Berlin

Rhythmic changes in body temperature connect alternative splicing with the mammalian circadian clock

12.09.2016
12:00
V6-155

Tebbe de Vries
Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie, Halle (Saale)

LncRNAs and associated proteins

12.08.2016
11:00
V6-155

Ugur Ercan
Max-Planck-Institut für Pflanzenzüchtungsforschung, Köln

Comparative analysis of epigentic inhibitors

18.01.2016
16:15
W0-135

Prof. Dr. Rob McClung
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Natural Variation in Plant Circadian Clocks

11.08.2015
11:00
V6-155

Christiane Nöh
Julius Kühn-Institut, Groß-Lüsewitz

Kartierung von Resistenzgenen aus dem sekundären Genpool in der Kulturgerste

24.11.2015
15:00
W0-135

Dawid Bielewicz
Adam-Mickiewicz-University, Poznan

Post-transcriptional regulation of microRNA biogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana

18.09.2013
11:30
V6-155

Christine Nolte
Department of Plant Breeding, Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen

Gene Expression Differences associated with Variation in Seedling Vigour in Brassica napus

05.02.2013
17:15
V7-140

Dr. Kerstin Kaufmann
Institut für Biochemie und Biologie, Universität Potsdam

Dynamics of gene regulation during flower development

05.07.2012 11:30 V6-155

Katja Meyer
Institut für Mikrobiologie und Genetik, Abteilung Molekulare Genetik, Universität Göttingen

Functional importance of SR-like proteins in mRNA quality control in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

27.04.2012
tba
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Dr. Mikael Johansson
Umea University

The circadian clock in annuals and perennials - Studies in Arabidopsis and hybrid Aspen

14.02.2012
15:15
W0-135

Dr. Richard Immink
Plant Research International Wageningen, Niederlande

Control of Arabidopsis flowering time by a network of MADS domain transcription factors

25.10.2011
17:15
tba

PD Dr. Christian Hammann
TU Darmstadt, Heisenberg research group ribogenetics

Genomic hammerhead ribozymes in plants - and wherever you look

07.09.2011
10:15
W0-135

Dr. Gordon Simpson
Division of Plant Sciences College of Life Sciences Dundee University at The James Hutton Institute Invergowrie, Schottland

RNA 3' end formation: it's not where you start, it's where you finish

28.07.2011
11:15
W0-135

Dr. Siegbert Melzer
Institut für Pflanzenbau und Pflanzenzüchtung, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

Molekulare Links zwischen Blütenbildung und Wuchsform bei Arabidopsis

21.07.2011
14:15
W0-135

Prof. Dr. Ute Krämer
Lehrstuhl für Pflanzenphysiologie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

An extreme trait in a close relative of Arabidopsis: Metal hyperaccumulation in Arabidopsis halleri

15.06.2011
11:00
V6-155

Selahattin Danisman
Plant Research International, Wageningen

TCP transcription factors in Arabidopsis leaf development

09.05.2011
17:15
W0-135

Dr. Vladimir Brukhin
Aberystwyth University, IBERS Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, UK Genetics of Female

Gametophytic and Embryo lethal Mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana

03.05.2011
17:15
W0-135

Dr. Florian Peschke
Zentrum für Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen, Universität Tübingen

Analysis of light-dependent transcript accumulation patterns during early stages of Arabidopsis development: A microarray based approach

23.02.2011
14:00
V6-155

Dr. Bianca Büttner
Institut für Pflanzenbau und Pflanzenzüchtung Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

Identification and characterization of bolting factors in sugar beet

18.01.2011
10:15
G2-104

Prof. Dr. Andrew J. Millar
Chair of Systems Biology, School of Biological Sciences, University of Edinburgh and Centre for Systems Biology at Edinburgh

Plant and Animal Clocks Collide in the Dark Night of the Cell

08.11.2010
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Dr. Abdelkrim Azmi
MPB-Center of Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry, University of Antwerp

Modification in intracellular phosphorylation pattern of Arabidopsis thaliana in response to Cd

30.08.2010
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Dr. Sascha Laubinger
ZMBP Tübingen

Global effects of the small RNA biogenesis machinery on the Arabidopsis thaliana transcriptome

14.06.2010
14:15
V6-155

Dr. Farshad Roodbarkelari
Max-Planck-Institut für Pflanzenzüchtungsforschung, Köln-Vogelsang

Novel territory of a small emperor

08.06.2010
17:15
W0-135

Prof. Dr. Margret Sauter
Botanisches Institut, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

Hormonal regulation of growth and cell death on plants

02.06.2010
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Dr. Michael Leichter
Institute for Molecular and Cellular Biology Strasbourg

A putative role for the SMN complex in selenoprotein mRNP assembly

20.04.2010
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V6-155

Dr. Femke de Jong
Max-Planck-Institut für Pflanzenzüchtungsforschung, Köln-Vogelsang

The identification of PRL1 interaction partners

24.03.2010
14:00
W0-135

Dr. Aneta Koseska
Interdisciplinary Center for Dynamics of Complex Systems, University of Potsdam

Modelling of small gene networks

08.10.2009
13:15
G2-104

Dr. Martin Schulte
Syngenta Agro GmbH, Maintal

Seminarvortrag im Rahmen des Mastermoduls "Signalperzeption und -transduktion"

05.10.2009
17:15
G2-104

Prof. Dr. James Alfano
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA

Pseudomonas syringa/ type III effectors: Enzymatic activities, sites of action, and their ability to suppress plant innate immunity

18.08.2009
11:15
V6-155

Prof. Dr. Sigrid Jacobshagen
Department of Biology Western Kentucky University

Modeling circadian gene expression

01.04.2009
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V6-155

Prof. Dr. Claus Wasternack
IPB Halle

Jasmonates in plant stress responses and development

26.03.2009
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PD Dr. Jürgen Zeier
Universite Fribourg

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09.10.2008
17:15
W0-135

Dr. Lionel Navarro
Institut de Biologie Moléculaire des Plantes Strasbourg

Post-transcriptional and epigenetic control of the plant innate immunity

17.03.2008
10:15
W0-135

Dr. Rachel Green
Dept. of Plant and Environmental Sciences Hebrew University, Jerusalem

The regulation of output pathways in the Arabidopsis circadian system

12.02.2008
14:15
W0-135

Dr. Seth Davis
Max-Planck-Institut für Züchtungsforschung Köln-Vogelsang

Assembling a green metronome: defining the Arabidopsis circadian clock

29.01.2008
17:15
W0-135

Dr. Julia Kehr
MPI für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiology Potsdam-Golm, Germany

Phloem small RNAs and their role in nutrient stress responses

03.12.2007
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Prof. Dr. John W.S. Brown
SCRI, University of Dundee Scotland, UK

Proteomic and RNomic Analysis of Arabidopsis Nucleoli Indicate Novel Functions for the Nucleolus

30.10.2007
17:15
W0-135

Prof. Dr. Ulla Bonas
Institut für Genetik, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle

Type III effector proteins from plant pathogenic bacteria and their plant targets

23.07.2007
15:15
W0-135

PD Dr. Jorge E. Mayer
Golden Rice Project Manager Campus Technologies Freiburg

Biofortification: Golden Rice vs. uncontrolled mutations

29.05.2007
17:15
W0-135

PD Dr. Ingo Dreyer
Universität Potsdam Heisenberg-Gruppe BPMPB

Biophysics meets Plant Physiology - Regulation of K+ Transport in Plants

16.11.2006
10:15
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Dr. Lars Hennig
Institut für Pflanzenwissenschaften, ETH Zürich

Introduction to Microarray data handling - Low level analysis, data mining, data bases

15.11.2006
17:15
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Dr. Lars Hennig
Institut für Pflanzenwissenschaften, ETH Zürich

Epigenetic control of flowering time: of Polycomb proteins and MADS-box genes

11.09.2006
16:15
V6-155

Dr. Heike Lange
Institut du Biologie Moleculaire des Plantes (IBMP) CNRS Strasbourg

Poly-A triggered RNA surveillance in plants

25.04.2006
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Dr. Christian Heintzen
University of Manchester

VVD's role in entrainment of the Neurospora crassa circadian clock

18.01.2006
17:15
H1

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Thomas Schreckenbach
Gesellschafter der Merck KGaA, Mitglied der Geschäftsleitung bis 2005, Vorsitzender des Kuratoriums des Fonds der Chemischen Industrie

Pharma und Chemie: Chancen für den naturwissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs

12.12.2005
17:15
H2

Dr. Michael R. Ladomery
Centre for Research in Biomedicine University of the West of England, Bristol

The multifunctional tumour suppressor zinc finger protein WT1 binds to transcripts in vivo

22.11.2005
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Prof. Dr. Andrea Barta
Universität Wien

Pre-mRNA splicing in plants

07.09.2005
13:15
W0-135

PD. Dr. Nicole Frankenberg-Dinkel
Universität Braunschweig

Können Bakterien sehen?

19.04.2005
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Dr. Wolfgang Hess
Universität Freiburg Das Mysterium des tiefen Chlorophyllmaximums
30.11.2004
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Prof. Dr. Maria Mittag
Universität Jena

Circadian Clock in Chlamydomonas

16.10.2004
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Prof. Dr. Lutz Nover
Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität Frankfurt a. M.

Heat stress transcription factors and heat stress granules: the complex response of plants to stress

12.10.2004
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Dr. Jo Putterill
University of Auckland, Neuseeland

Deciding when to flower? Analysing the biochemical role of Arabidopsis GIGANTEA gene

12.05.2004
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Prof. Dr. Reinhard Hehl
TU Braunschweig Institut für Genetik

Neue Ansätze zum Studium pflanzlicher Reaktionen auf Sauerstoffarmut

23.03.2004
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Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Nellen
Universität Kassel

Analyse von RNA-Protein-Interaktion mittels Rasterkraftmikroskopie und Rasterkraftspektroskopie

17.06.2003
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Prof. George Coupland
Max-Planck-Intsitut für Züchtungsforschung Köln-Vogelsang

The control of plant development by seasonal cues

06.06.2003
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Dr. Hideo Iwasaki
Division of Biological Science, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan

Molecular and biochemical studies on the cyanobacterial clock system

14.05.2003
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Dr. Seth Davis
Max-Planck-Institut, Köln

So many mutants: Genetic dissection of the plant clock

07.04.2003
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Prof. Dr. Susan S. Golden
Dept. of Biology, Texas AM University, USA

Signal transduction into and out of the cyanobacterial circadian clock

15.01.2003
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Dr. Franziska Wehrle
ETH Zürich

The F0 motor of ATPO synthase: A molecular turbine

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