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Martin Bayer Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Department of Cell Biology, Germany
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Martina Kolb Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Department of Cell Biology, Germany
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Patrick Bürgel Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Department of Cell Biology, Germany
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Thomas J. Musielak
  • Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Department of Cell Biology, Germany
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Education

Master of Science (Molecular plant biology)  at University of Tübingen, 2013

Current position

Doctoral student at the MPI for Developmental Biology

Publications

  1. Musielak, T. J., Schenkel, L., Kolb, M., Henschen, A. and Bayer, M. (2015). A simple and versatile cell wall staining protocol to study plant reproduction. Plant Reprod 28(3-4): 161-169.

  2. Musielak, T. J. and Bayer, M. (2014). YODA signalling in the early Arabidopsis embryo. Biochem Soc Trans 42(2): 408-412.

  3. Babu, Y., Musielak, T., Henschen, A. and Bayer, M. (2013). Suspensor length determines developmental progression of the embryo in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol 162(3): 1448-1458.

  4. Bou-Torrent, J., Salla-Martret, M., Brandt, R., Musielak, T., Palauqui, J. C., Martinez-Garcia, J. F. and Wenkel, S. (2012). ATHB4 and HAT3, two class II HD-ZIP transcription factors, control leaf development in Arabidopsis. Plant Signal Behav 7(11): 1382-1387.

  5. Brandt, R., Xie, Y., Musielak, T., Graeff, M., Stierhof, Y. D., Huang, H., Liu, C. M. and Wenkel, S. (2013). Control of stem cell homeostasis via interlocking microRNA and microProtein feedback loops. Mech Dev 130(1): 25-33.

  6. Brandt, R., Salla-Martret, M., Bou-Torrent, J., Musielak, T., Stahl, M., Lanz, C., Ott, F., Schmid, M., Greb, T., Schwarz, M., Choi, S. B., Barton, M. K., Reinhart, B. J., Liu, T., Quint, M., Palauqui, J. C., Martinez-Garcia, J. F. and Wenkel, S. (2012). Genome-wide binding-site analysis of REVOLUTA reveals a link between leaf patterning and light-mediated growth responses. Plant J 72(1): 31-42.

1 Protocol published
Use of SCRI Renaissance 2200 (SR2200) as a Versatile Dye for Imaging of Developing Embryos, Whole Ovules, Pollen Tubes and Roots
Authors:  Thomas J. Musielak, Patrick Bürgel, Martina Kolb and Martin Bayer, date: 09/20/2016, view: 2417, Q&A: 0
Confocal laser scanning microscopy in combination with fluorescent proteins is a powerful tool for the study of sexual reproduction and other developmental processes in plants. In order to understand the origin and localization of fluorescent ...