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Alizée Malnoë Umeå Plant Science Centre
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Ana Espinosa-Ruiz Instituto de Biología Molecular y Celular de Plantas
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Annis Richardson University of California, Berkeley
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Arsalan Daudi University of California
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Renate Weizbauer
  • Post-Doc, Carnegie Institution for Science
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Ph.D., Purdue University

14 Protocols reviewed
Plant Tissue Trypan Blue Staining During Phytopathogen Infection
In this protocol plant tissue is stained with trypan blue dye allowing the researcher to visualize cell death. Specifically this method avoids the use of the carcinogen compound chloral hydrate, making this classical method of staining safer and ...
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A Ribosome Footprinting Protocol for Plants
Authors:  Catharina Merchante, Qiwen Hu, Steffen Heber, Jose Alonso and Anna N. Stepanova, date: 11/05/2016, view: 4580, Q&A: 0
Ribosome footprinting, or Ribo-seq, has revolutionized the studies of translation. It was originally developed for yeast and mammalian cells in culture (Ingolia et al., 2009). Herein, we describe a plant-optimized hands-on ribosome ...
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Determination of Storage (Starch/Glycogen) and Total Saccharides Content in Algae and Cyanobacteria by a Phenol-Sulfuric Acid Method
Authors:  Tomáš Zavřel, Petra Očenášová, Maria A. Sinetova and Jan Červený, date: 08/05/2018, view: 104, Q&A: 0
This is a protocol for quantitative determination of storage and total carbohydrates in algae and cyanobacteria. The protocol is simple, fast and sensitive and it requires only few standard chemicals. Great advantage of this protocol is that both ...
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Arabidopsis-Green Peach Aphid Interaction: Rearing the Insect, No-choice and Fecundity Assays, and Electrical Penetration Graph Technique to Study Insect Feeding Behavior
Authors:  Vamsi Nalam, Joe Louis, Monika Patel and Jyoti Shah, date: 08/05/2018, view: 109, Q&A: 0
Aphids constitute a large group of Hemipterans that use their slender stylets to tap into the sieve elements of plants from which they consume copious amounts of phloem sap, thus depriving the plant of photoassimilates. Some aphids also transmit ...
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