Annelore Natran

Annelore Natran — Technician
Joined the group in 2020

Annelore Natran started her studies at HoGent campus Vesalius in 2013.
She studied biomedical laboratory technology.
In her last year, she did her internship in the lab of Dirk Inzé, where she also wrote her bachelor's thesis.
In 2016, Annelore graduated and she also gained her first work experience in the Systems Biology of Yield lab.
She mainly works on phenotypic and genotypic techniques with Arabidopsis but also has some experience with maize plants.
In 2020 she joined the group of Yves Van de Peer to work on Spirodela.


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Other publications

  1. Arabidopsis Leaf Flatness Is Regulated by PPD2 and NINJA through Repression of CYCLIN D3 Genes

  2. A genetics screen highlights emerging roles for CPL3, RST1 and URT1 in RNA metabolism and silencing

  3. UBP12 and UBP13 negatively regulate the activity of the ubiquitin-dependent peptidases DA1, DAR1 and DAR2