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Scientists from three UK institutions including Oxford Brookes University have been awarded £2.3million to investigate how a parasite grows in humans.
Francesca Lopez and colleagues have published a paper in The Plant Cell, which is a testament to the excellent interactions that have developed during the INDEPTH project.
Advances in DNA sequencing have uncovered a rare syndrome which is caused by variations in the gene SATB1. Discovery of this genetic syndrome is hoped to provide information to families and individuals affected by SATB1-syndrome
Professor Christophe Tatout and Dr Sophie Desset from University Clermont Auvergne lead this technical webinar on NucleusJ 2.0. This is a new release of NucleusJ. a tool to analyze nuclear morphology and chromatin organization in plant and animal cells.
Dr Stefanie Rosa from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences leads this technical webinar on Single Molecule Fluorescence in situ Hybridization (smFISH) in Whole Mount Plant Tissues.
The INDEPTH Cost Action hosted a virtual IMARIS training school between December 7th-14th 2020. This was hosted by Celia Baroux at the University of Zürich in collaboration with Michael Mahlert from Bitplane AG who have developed the IMARIS software (https://imaris.oxinst.com/).
Best wishes to the INDEPTH Community
INDEPTH Chairman Christophe Tatout and his colleagues have published an updated version of their NucleusJ software for analysis of the nucleus. Sophie Desset is the corresponding author of this study.
Scientific analysis of a protein enzyme found in COVID-19 could lead to the development of new drugs to treat the virus, research led by Oxford Brookes University scientists has found.