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 Date : 2023/04/10 No:307 

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New Books
Period: 2023-04-10 ~ 2023-04-17

Training Courses

The Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR) and its partners: DNA and RNA analyses(In English)(Physical and Video Class)
Dr.Ho-Ming Chen(Associate Research Fellow, ABRC)
A133 Room, Agricultural Technology Building
Turnitin training course for student (In English)(Physical and Video Class)
Ms. Weichi Dai (iGroup Taiwan)
209 Seminar Room, IBC
Turnitin training course for student (In Chinese)(Physical and Video Class)
Ms. Weichi Dai (iGroup Taiwan)
209 Seminar Room, IBC
Video abstract: the making and the application for scholarly communication(In Chinese)(Physical and Video Class)
Dr. Wong, Woei Fuh
208 Seminar Room, IBC
AI and research workflow: the advent of super researchers(In Chinese)(Physical and Video Class)
Speaker:Dr. Wong, Woei Fuh Demo facilitator:Hsu, Iris
209 Seminar Room, IBC

Video Service

Welcome to browse the video service of LSL courses



4/11 ICOB Seminar

Topic:Mitochondrial Dynamics in Parkinson’s Disease Pathogenesis Prof. Ming Guo
Speaker:Dr. Ming Guo
Date:11:00 A.M. ~ 12:00 P.M., Tuesday, April 11, 2023
Place:1F, Auditorium, ICOB
4/11 IPMB Seminar

Topic:ngineering crops of the future: developing parasitic plant-resistant tomatoes to control infestations of Cuscuta campestris
Speaker:Dr. Min-Yao Jhu
Date:2023-04-11 15:00
Place:A134 Agricultural Technology Building, Academia Sinica
4/12 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Imaging the Molecules of Life with HCR: Multiplexed Quantitative RNA and Protein Imaging in Diverse Samples
Speaker:Mike Liu, Ph.D.
Date:2023-04-12 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:B1B Lecture Room, IBMS
4/13 BRCAS Seminar

Topic:Lineage-Specifically Emerged Genes in Plant Evolution
Date:2023-04-13 10:00
Place:Auditorium, 1st Floor, Interdisciplinary Research Building
4/13 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Genome-wide association study of hand osteoarthritis (OA) in the Taiwanese Han population
Speaker:Vivia Khosasih
Date:2023-04-13 14:00 - 15:00
Place:B1C Lecture Room, IBMS
4/14 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Involvement of the tyrosine phosphatase PTP1B in neurological disorders
Speaker:Hsiao-Huei Chen PhD.
Date:2023-04-14 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:B1B Lecture Room, IBMS
4/17 IBMS Seminar

Topic:CADASIL : a model of translational research
Speaker:Hugues Chabriat, MD, PhD
Date:2023-04-17 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:B1C Lecture Room, IBMS
4/17 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Transcriptional and Post-Transcriptional Control of Postnatal Cardiac Maturation
Speaker:Yibin Wang, Ph.D.
Date:2023-04-17 14:00 ~ 15:00
Place:B1C Lecture Room, IBMS
4/18 IPMB Seminar

Topic:Optimising transpiration to protect rice yields under abiotic/biotic stresses
Speaker:Dr. Siwaret Arikit
Date:2023-04-18 11:00
Place:Auditorium A134, Agricultural Technology Building, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica
4/18 ICOB Seminar

Topic:Initial Stages of Olfactory Processing and Neuromodulation Prof. Chih-Ying Su
Date:2023-04-18 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:1F, Auditorium, ICOB
4/18 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Tmem65 is critical for the structure and function of the intercalated discs in mouse hearts
Speaker:Allen Teng, PhD Date:2023-04-18 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:B1C Lecture Room, IBMS
4/18 IMB Seminar

Topic:Understanding of cell surface mechanics using optogenetics and in vitro reconstitution system
Speaker:Dr. Kei Yamamoto
Date:2023-04-18 11:00
Place: IMB 1F Auditorium
4/19 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Big Data Applications in Genetic Research: Current Studies and Future Prospects
Speaker:Dr. Fann, Cathy S.-J.
Date:2023-04-19 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:B1C Auditorium, IBMS
4/20 BRCAS Seminar

Topic:Topics, Tools, People and Places: A Tour of the Biodiversity Research Landscape
Speaker:Dr. Samuel Cushman
Date:2023-04-20 10:00
Place:Auditorium, 1st Floor, Interdisciplinary Research Building
4/21 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Human iPSCs and Genome Editing Technologies for Personalized Precision Medicine
Speaker:Cidi Chen, PhD
Date:2023-04-21 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:B1B Lecture Room, IBMS
4/21 IMB Seminar
4/21 IMB Seminar

Topic:Modeling replication stress in brain development
Speaker:Dr. Pei-Chi Wei
Date:2023-04-21 11:00
Place:IMB 1F Auditorium

Important Research

Arabidopsis ACR9 is a repressor of the glucose signaling pathway

The ACR9 protein acts upstream of the HXK1/SnRK1 regulatory module to repress the glucose signaling in early seedling development.
Membrane fusion proteins shed light on the origin and evolution of giant viruses

Fusion between virus and host membranes is critical for viruses to release genetic materials and to initiate infection. Whereas most viruses use a single protein for membrane fusion, a multi-protein entry-fusion complex (EFC) is necessary for cell entry by poxviruses, which cause important diseases such as smallpox and monkeypox.
Inducing PODXL overexpression breaks a new milestone in the efficiency of interspecies chimerism in 8-cell embryos

Considering factors such as human immune rejection, limited organ donations, and restrictions on their preservation methods, organ transplantation has been in a state of short supply globally. Stem cell research has been steadfast in regenerative medicine to address this medical need. However, due to concerns about the safety and controversy surrounding cell sources, it remains difficult to conduct research and apply it clinically. If stem cells can be returned to their most primitive form through gene regulation, in the future, it will no longer be just a dream to cultivate our own organs from autologous cells.
Maize Antifungal Protein AFP1 Elevates Fungal Chitin Levels by Targeting Chitin Deacetylases and Other Glycoproteins

Pathogenic fungi convert chitin to chitosan to evade plant perception and disarm chitin-triggered immune responses. Whether plants have evolved factors to counteract this evasion mechanism remains obscure. Here, we decipher the mechanism underlying the antifungal activity of maize secretory mannose-binding cysteine-rich receptor-like secreted protein (CRRSP), antifungal protein 1 (AFP1).
The Arabidopsis deubiquitylase OTU5 suppresses flowering by histone modification-mediated activation of the major flowering repressors FLC, MAF4, and MAF5.

Distinct phylogeny and substrate specificities suggest that 12 Arabidopsis Ovarian Tumor domain-containing (OTU) deubiquitinases participate in conserved or plant-specific functions. The otu5-1 null mutant displayed a pleiotropic phenotype, including early flowering, mimicking that of mutants harboring defects in subunits (e.g., ARP6) of the SWR1 complex (SWR1c) involved in histone H2A.Z deposition.
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