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[[Image:haploids.jpg|thumb|none|365 px|Haploid plants (represented by pink pots) have only one copy of each chromosome, and are very useful in plant breeding. We have produced haploids by manipulating centromeres. Image by [http://www.onemicron.com/ Janet Iwasa].]]
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<br>'''Postdoc position available 1/29/2011'''<br>
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We are looking for a postdoc to work on genome elimination caused by centromere alterations. Please [mailto:srchan@ucdavis.edu email Simon] if you are interested. Include your CV and a brief description of a project you might pursue in our lab.
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We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher to study the molecular mechanisms governing DNA methylation patterns as part of a project funded by the European Research Council (ERC). Please [mailto:olivier.mathieu@univ-bpclermont.fr email Olivier] if you are interested. Include your CV and a brief description of a project you might pursue in our lab.
 
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Mathieu Lab

"CG methylation matters"
CNRS - UMR 6247 at University Blaise Pascal



Welcome to the SiLENT group

(Silencing, Environment and Transposons)

Our research aims to delineate the molecular mechanisms of gene silencing. Using Arabidopsis as a model organism, we investigate how DNA methylation homeostasis is achieved, how epigenetic information influences genome stability and how environment can modulate epigenetic processes.

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Postdoc position available
We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher to study the molecular mechanisms governing DNA methylation patterns as part of a project funded by the European Research Council (ERC). Please email Olivier if you are interested. Include your CV and a brief description of a project you might pursue in our lab.