Cell biology is about the structure, function and regulation of cells and interactions between cells in tissues and organs.
firstname.lastname@example.org all publications The plant catabolism laboratories
email@example.com Yong Zou is a molecular biologist and plant physiologist with expertise in the study of metacaspases in the regulation of stress responses in green algae.
Large Wallenberg grant to Stéphanie Robert for studies on how plant cells get their "identity"
Professor Stéphanie Robert of SLU will lead a research project awarded over SEK 32 million by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. The aim is to explore how plant cells get their "identity", how
firstname.lastname@example.org Active in research on the microbiology of anaerobic processes and fermentation technologies both to produce added-value compounds as well as biomass for different industries.
email@example.com Epigenetics is the study of reversible changes in gene expression and function that occur without modifications in the DNA sequence. The epigenetic variations that are
firstname.lastname@example.org I am a doctoral Student at the Department of Molecular Sciences. I study the probiotic activity of Lactobacillus reuteri. The bioactivity of probiotic microorganisms is
email@example.com Associate professor (Docent), Senior Lecturer (Immunology): My current research focus on i) immunity to parasitic worm infections and the immunomodulation inflicted by secreted
firstname.lastname@example.org PhD student in the Molecular Toxicology research group As a part of Professor Lundqvist's group, my research focuses on applying in vitro methods on food items, food additives
Mohammad Hossein Banabazi
email@example.com I'm the researcher at the quantitative genetics group at the department of animal genetics and breeding (HGEN), Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science Center (VHC),
firstname.lastname@example.org My research focusses on how organic nitrogen such as amino acids influences plant development, symbiotic interactions with microbes as well as susceptibility to plant pathogens.
Wood properties affect the efficiency of nanocellulose extraction
Nanocellulose forms the basis of many novel materials and is used already now for a wide range of different applications. Anne Bünder, PhD student in Totte Niittylä’s group, investigated how wood
Torbjörn is an intern at HGEN. Bioinformatician. I am interested in deep phylogenies and to produce things people find useful. As intern at HGEN I have participated in the 2021 HEC course