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Andrew Flavell University of Dundee at JHI, Invergowrie, UK
1 protocol

Isabelle Colas James Hutton Institute
1 protocol

Katie Baker
  • James Hutton Institute, Errol Road, Invergowrie, UK
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  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Cereal Genomics, College of Life Sciences, The University of Dundee, UK, 2015

Current position

Bioinformatician, Information and Computational Sciences, The James Hutton Institute, Dundee, UK

Publications

  1. Baker, K., Dhillon, T., Colas, I., Cook, N., Milne, I., Milne, L., Bayer, M. and Flavell, A. J. (2015). Chromatin state analysis of the barley epigenome reveals a higher-order structure defined by H3K27me1 and H3K27me3 abundance. Plant J 84(1): 111-124.
  2. Baker, K., Bayer, M., Cook, N., Dreissig, S., Dhillon, T., Russell, J., Hedley, P. E., Morris, J., Ramsay, L., Colas, I., Waugh, R., Steffenson, B., Milne, I., Stephen, G., Marshall, D. and Flavell, A. J. (2014). The low-recombining pericentromeric region of barley restricts gene diversity and evolution but not gene expression. Plant J 79(6): 981-992.
  3. Baker, K., Lambdon, P., Jones, E., Pellicer, J., Stroud, S., Renshaw, O., Niissalo, M., Corcoran, M., Clubbe, C., Sarasan, S. (2014). Rescue, ecology and conservation of a rediscovered island endemic fern (Anogramma ascensionis): ex situ methodologies and a road map for species reintroduction and habitat restoration. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 174:461-477. DOI: 10.1111/boj.12131
1 Protocol published
Cytology and Microscopy: Immunolocalization of Covalently Modified Histone Marks on Barley Mitotic Chromosomes
Authors:  Isabelle Colas, Katie Baker and Andrew J. Flavell, date: 06/20/2016, view: 2434, Q&A: 0
Barley is a diploid inbreeding crop with a genome of 5 GB organized into seven chromosomes. The relatively low chromosome number and their large size make barley an excellent model for chromosome cytogenetic studies of large genome cereal crops. ...