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Fluorescence-microscopy Screening and Next-generation Sequencing: Useful Tools for the Identification of Genes Involved in Organelle Integrity

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10.3791/3809-v

April 13th, 2012

April 13th, 2012

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1DOE Plant Research Laboratory, Michigan State University

A fundamental quest in cell biology is to define the mechanisms that underlie the identity of the organelles that make eukaryotic cells. Here we propose a method to identify the genes responsible for the morphological and functional integrity of plant organelles using fluorescence microscopy and next-generation sequencing tools.

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Fluorescence microscopy Screening

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