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 Date : 2022/06/06 No:287 

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New Books
Period:2022-06-06 ~ 2022-06-13
Significant Research Achievements of poster show Dr. Shie-Liang Hsieh、Dr. Chung-I Chang
Significant Research Achievements of poster show Dr. Shie-Liang Hsieh、Dr. Chung-I Chang

Date: 06/06/2022-07/03/2022
Place: Life Science Library

Training Courses

Turnitin training course for instructor (in Chinese)(online)
Ms. Weichi Dai (iGroup Taiwan)


6/7 IMB Seminar
Topic:Mapping the genotypes of cooperation
Speaker:Dr. Shu-Ting You
Date:2022-06-07 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:IMB 1F Auditorium
6/8 IBMS Seminar
Topic:Large-field of view, single cell resolution spatially resolved transcriptomics using DNA nanoball patterned arrays
Speaker:Dr. Xun Xu
Date:2022-06-08 10:00 ~ 11:00
Place:Webex Link
6/10 IPMB Seminar
Topic:Exploring how Ustilago maydis glycosylated effector mitigates plant cell wall shield
Speaker:Mr. Chibbhi K. B.

Topic:Ustilago maydis UMAG_05819 suppresses host cell death to promote virulence
Speaker:Ms. Florensia A. D.

Date:2022-06-10 10:30
Place:A134 & A133 (Synchronous Broadcasting)
6/14 IMB Seminar
Topic:Wiring Specificity of Neural Circuits
Speaker:Dr. Liqun Luo
Date:2022-06-14 09:00 ~ 10:00
Place:online webinar
6/15 IMB Seminar
Topic:Safeguarding Transcription during Epigenetic Reprogramming
Speaker:Dr. Tien-Chi Huang
Date:2022-06-15 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:IMB 1F Auditorium
6/16 IBMS Seminar
Topic:Critical role of RNA binding proteins in establishing RNA regulatory networks essential for heart development and function
Speaker:Dr. Muge Kuyumcu-Martinez
Date:2022-06-16 11:00-12:00
Place:Presented by Webex Meeting
6/16 IBC Seminar
Topic:Ecological genomics of Brewer’s yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Speaker:Dr. Isheng Jason Tsai
Date:2022-06-16 11:00-12:00
Place:IBC R209


HS Events Webinar
Topics:Immunogenicity for Biotherapeutics in Drug Development
Time:2022-06-30 12:00 am

Important Research

A lipid viewpoint on the plant endoplasmic reticulum stress response
To deal with environmental stresses, eukaryotes have evolved sophisticated cellular mechanisms such as the unfolded protein response (UPR), which is conserved among yeasts, mammals, higher plants, and green algae. In this review, Dr. Kazue Kanehara lab highlights the plant UPR from the perspective of membrane phospholipids, focusing on the most abundant ones, phosphatidylcholine (PtdCho) and phosphatidylethanolamine (PtdEtn), in eukaryotic cells......
Breakthrough of wild tomato protoplast regeneration and DNA-free CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing
Yao-Cheng Lin, Choun-Sea Lin and Ming-Che Shih from Agricultural Biotechnology Research Center developed a DNA-free CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing tool based on an optimized protoplast regeneration protocol. Cytogenetic analysis, whole genome sequencing and genome analysis confirms the stable and inheritable diploid and tetraploid regenerants......
NIFK – What Causes Lung Cancer to Spread
The group led by Dr.Michael Hsiao of Genomics Research Center spent more than four years in quest for answers. Through a systematic approach combining the analysis of clinical data, cell based experiments, and in vivo animal study, they have come to the conclusion that NIFK, a Ki-67 interacting protein, not only works as a partner with Ki-67 in cancer proliferation but also solely holds responsible for cancer metastasis among non-small cell lung cancer patients......
The first In vivo co-occurrence evidence of methane oxidation-nitrogen fixation in a single methanotrophic bacterial cell in rice root
Dr. Kiwamu Minamisawa at Graduate School of Life Science, Tohoku University, Japan, cooperated with Dr. Sen-Lin Tang at Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, and the core facility nanometer-scale secondary ion mass spectrometry (NanoSIMS) maintained by Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics and Institute of Earth Science, Academia Sinica to search for the direct evidence of the co-occurrence mechanism of methane oxidation and nitrogen fixation. We applied techniques of next-generation sequencing, fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and stable isotope probing to this study. We successfully identified type II methanotrophs that were dominantly responsible for both methane oxidation and nitrogen fixation in rice root......
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