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Research Highlights
Scientists Reveal Epigenetic Regulation of Tomato Fruit RipeningShare
SnRK2 Kinases Modulate miRNA Accumulation in Arabidopsis
Multiplex gene editing in rice using the CRISPR-Cpf1 system
News & Events
Cell Biology Core Facility 2017 Spring Festival Holiday Closure Notification
Proteomics and Metabolomics Core Facility 2017 Spring Festival Holiday Closure Notification
Science Talk Show by PSC Scientist during Shanghai Technology Week

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Postdoctroal Research Scientist Position in Epigenetics
Postdoctoral Research Scientist Positions in Plant Molecular Biology
Seminar & Conference
1st PSC Mini-Symposium on Plant-Biotic Interactions
PSC Frontier Seminar Series

Cryptochromes and blue-light regulation of proteome in plants
PSC Frontier Seminar Series

Temperature-induced flowering and beyond
PSC Frontier Seminar Series

Statistical assessment of global regulatory role of epigenetic regulation
PSC Frontier Seminar Series

Small RNA mediated R gene regulation- the molecular scabbard for a double-edged sword
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