Our study on the evolution of land plant peptide signaling systems is supported by the Foundation of Kinoshita Memorial Enterprise!
A review article in Japanese “Diversification, through birth and death, of peptide signaling molecules during land plant evolution” was published in Agricultural Biotechnology!
We receive a research grant from the Takeda Science Foundation to launch a new project on RNA modifications!
Our study on the roles of RNA modifications in Marchantia polymorpha receives a research grant from the Satake Technical Foundation!
CF receives Research Encouragement Award for Young Scientists from the Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life at Hiroshima University. This helps us pursue our research on peptide signaling systems in land plants!
Chihiro served as one of six panelists at a seminar entitled “An Encouragement of Studying/Working Abroad” at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists, held at Tohoku University in Sendai. It…
Two undergraduate students joined the team. Welcome aboard! Relax, learn, and enjoy the journey with us. It’s a big step forward for the lab.
New Phytologist published our new review on the evolution of land plant peptide signaling systems. Furumizu C, Aalen RB. Peptide signaling through leucine-rich repeat receptor kinases – insight into land plant evolution. New Phytol. In…
Plant Biotechnology published our paper reporting a new genotyping marker for a tomato resistance gene to parasitic nematodes. Furumizu C, Sawa S. A rapid method for detection of the root-knot nematode resistance gene, Mi-1.2, in…
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