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==Contact Info==
==Contact Info==
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*Anja Raschke
*Anja Raschke
*[http://www.ipb-halle.de Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry]
*[http://www.ipb-halle.de Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry]
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*[http://www.ipb-halle.de/en/forschung/stress-und-entwicklungsbiologie/forschungsgruppen/auxin-signaltransduktion/]
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*[http://openwetware.org/wiki/Quint_Lab Quint Lab]
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*D-06120 Halle/Saale
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*D-06120 Halle (Saale) - Germany  
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*Germany  
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*[[Special:Emailuser/Anja Raschke|anjaraschke@ipb-halle.de]]
*[[Special:Emailuser/Anja Raschke|anjaraschke@ipb-halle.de]]
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I work in the [[Your Lab]] at XYZ University.  I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from supervisor, and I've joined because keep the barrier to access for scientists as low as possible.
 
==Education==
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* Year, PhD, Institute
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*in 2007 I joined the [http://openwetware.org/wiki/Quint_Lab Quint Lab] for PhD studies
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* Year, MS, Institute
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* 2006, Diplom (~MSc), Martin-Luther-University Halle Wittenberg, Institute of Genetics ([http://www.biologie.uni-halle.de/institutsbereich_genetik/plant_genetics/ U. Bonas Lab])
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* Year, BS, Institute
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* 2001-2006 study of biology [http://www.biologie.uni-halle.de/ at the institute of biology at the Martin-Luther-University Halle Wittenberg]
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* 2000-2001 study of political science [http://www.politik.uni-halle.de/ at the institute of political science at the Martin-Luther-University Halle Wittenberg]
==Research interests==
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Currently, my work is focused on one project. we have revealed extensive natural variation for auxin responses in the root in world-wide arabidopsis ecotype collections (delker et al., planta 2008) and could recently determine the first quantitative trait loci (QTLs) involved in the inheritance of this genetic variation (as well as QTLs for responses to other phytohormones). the question that arises is which genes are underlying the QTLs and what are the allelic variants responsible for the variation? to address these questions we are fine-mapping the target intervals and make use of the vast genetic resources of arabidopsis thaliana to come up with a reasonable number of candidate genes that can be tested for their ability to functionally complement the differences in auxin response.
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==Publications==
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#Paper1 pmid=6947258
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# review pmid=18299888
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Education

Research interests

Currently, my work is focused on one project. we have revealed extensive natural variation for auxin responses in the root in world-wide arabidopsis ecotype collections (delker et al., planta 2008) and could recently determine the first quantitative trait loci (QTLs) involved in the inheritance of this genetic variation (as well as QTLs for responses to other phytohormones). the question that arises is which genes are underlying the QTLs and what are the allelic variants responsible for the variation? to address these questions we are fine-mapping the target intervals and make use of the vast genetic resources of arabidopsis thaliana to come up with a reasonable number of candidate genes that can be tested for their ability to functionally complement the differences in auxin response.

Publications

  1. Delker C, Raschke A, and Quint M. . pmid:18299888. PubMed HubMed [review]

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