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Roles of Methylation readers and interpreters in Arabidopsis thaliana

Reading mRNA methylation: role of the Arabidopsis ECT proteins in the posttranscriptional control of gene expression in response to heat stress or accross development

Developing the plant of the future Plant Operation Arabidopsis Protein/proteomic Stress Arabidopsis (species)
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The Agropolis fondation output mobility grant will be dedicated to the international mobility of the phD student in
charge of the ECT2 project. J. Scutenaire will get the opportunity to spend a month at the school of life science (Univ.
of dundee, Scotland) in the laboratory of Pr. Gordon Simpson. During his stay he will run the cross-linking based in
vivo purification of ECT2 containing protein complexes formed under normal and heat stress conditions in
Arabidopsis. The following LC-MS/MS analyses will be run by the proteomic platform in Dundee before the student
is taught by the host lab how to conduct quantitative analyses of the proteomic data. This grant will permit
the completion in the best possible conditions, of objective 4b of the project.
(Objective (4) decipher ECT2 molecular functions through the identification of ECT2 (b) protein partners under
normal and heat stress conditions)

Project Number : 1502-003

Year : 2015

Type of funding : AAP MOBILITE

Project type : AAP

Start date :
01 Feb 2016

End date :
31 May 2018

Flagship project :

Project leader :
Cecile Bousquet-Antonelli

Project leader's institution :

Project leader's RU :

Budget allocated :
9990 €

Total budget allocated ( including co-financing) :
9990 €

Funding :