Sex, crops and proteomics: using molecular tools to convince plants to stop having sex

Joanne Ashnest, Anne Nerbas, Maryam Honari, Timothy Sharbel

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event3rd International Plant Proteomics Organisation (InPPO) World Congress 2018: INPPO 2018 - University of Padova, Padova, Italy
Duration: 09 Sept 201812 Sept 2018


Conference3rd International Plant Proteomics Organisation (InPPO) World Congress 2018
OtherThe 3rd INPPO World Congress 2018. INPPO2018 took place in Padova, Italy, in north-east Italy, close to Venice and other cities known worldwide for their historical and cultural value.
The 3rd INPPO World Congress continued a series of bi-annual meetings that started in 2014 in Hamburg and 2016 in Bratislava, to provide insight into the most recent advances in proteomics technologies and applications, such as gel-based and gel-free proteomics, mass spectrometry, including quantitative approaches and bioinformatics, post-translational modifications, protein-protein interaction and signalling, sub-proteomics (organelles, membranes, cell wall, etc.) and functional proteomics. An industry exhibition will present the latest products in proteomics technologies and related areas.
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