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<h3><font style="color:#31B404;">Research</font></h3>
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The Pecinka lab is hosted by the [http://www.mpipz.mpg.de/10574/koornneef-dpt Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics] at the [http://www.mpipz.mpg.de/2169/en Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research] in Cologne, Germany.
The Pecinka lab is hosted by the [http://www.mpipz.mpg.de/10574/koornneef-dpt Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics] at the [http://www.mpipz.mpg.de/2169/en Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research] in Cologne, Germany.
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Our goal is to understand molecular and evolutionary mechanisms shaping plant genomes and epigenomes. We analyze how DNA sequence variation is generated by various mutagenic factors and how these forces are counteracted by the genome repair and maintenance mechanisms. To this end we use the model plant ''Arabidopsis thaliana'' and several other ''Brassicaceae'' and analyze them by forward and reverse genetics, molecular, biochemical, cytogenetic and bioinformatic methods.
Our goal is to understand molecular and evolutionary mechanisms shaping plant genomes and epigenomes. We analyze how DNA sequence variation is generated by various mutagenic factors and how these forces are counteracted by the genome repair and maintenance mechanisms. To this end we use the model plant ''Arabidopsis thaliana'' and several other ''Brassicaceae'' and analyze them by forward and reverse genetics, molecular, biochemical, cytogenetic and bioinformatic methods.
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*[[Pecinka_lab:Andreas_Finke|Andreas Finke]]
*[[Pecinka_lab:Chun Hsin Liu|Chun Hsin Liu (Phoebe)]]
*[[Pecinka_lab:Chun Hsin Liu|Chun Hsin Liu (Phoebe)]]
*[[Pecinka_lab:Ales_Pecinka|Ales Pecinka]]
*[[Pecinka_lab:Ales_Pecinka|Ales Pecinka]]
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<h3><font style="color:#4169E1;">Guest Scientists</font></h3>
<h3><font style="color:#4169E1;">Guest Scientists</font></h3>
*[[Pecinka_lab:Nawratan_Bagwan|Navratan Bagwan]]
*[[Pecinka_lab:Nawratan_Bagwan|Navratan Bagwan]]
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*[[Pecinka_lab:Sabine_Le_Gall|Sabine Le Gall]]
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*[[Pecinka_lab:Swarit_Jasial|Swarit Jasial]]
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*[[Pecinka_lab:Laura_Monforte_Lopez|Laura Monforte Lopez]]
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*2013-04-22: New post-doc Andreas Finke joined the group
*2013-02-05: Next-generation sequencing grant from the Max Planck Society approved for funding.
*2013-02-05: Next-generation sequencing grant from the Max Planck Society approved for funding.
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*2013-02-05 - 07: Pecinka lab organized COST Action UV4Growth school "Molecular toolkit for applied UV-B research"
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Research

The Pecinka lab is hosted by the Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics at the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research in Cologne, Germany.


Our goal is to understand molecular and evolutionary mechanisms shaping plant genomes and epigenomes. We analyze how DNA sequence variation is generated by various mutagenic factors and how these forces are counteracted by the genome repair and maintenance mechanisms. To this end we use the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana and several other Brassicaceae and analyze them by forward and reverse genetics, molecular, biochemical, cytogenetic and bioinformatic methods. read more...

Lab Members

Guest Scientists

Technitians


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Recent Publications

  • de Meaux J, Pecinka A. The Arabidopsis genus: An emerging model to elucidate the molecular basis of interspecific differences in transposable element activity. Mobile Genetic Elements 2:142-144 (2012). PDF
  • Pecinka A, Mittelsten Scheid O. Stress-induced chromatin changes: A critical view on their heritability. Plant Cell Physiology doi: 10.1093/pcp/pcs044 (2012). PDF
  • Alcázar R, Pecinka A, Aarts MGM, Fransz PF, Koornneef M. Signals of speciation within Arabidopsis thaliana in comparison with its relatives. Curr Opin Plant Biol 15:205-211 (2012). abstract
  • Pecinka A, Fang W, Rehmsmeier M, Levy AA, Mittelsten Scheid O. Polyploidization increases meiotic recombination frequency in Arabidopsis. BMC Biology 9:24 (2011). PDF

News

  • 2013-04-22: New post-doc Andreas Finke joined the group
  • 2013-02-05: Next-generation sequencing grant from the Max Planck Society approved for funding.


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