We are thrilled to share our most recent publication in Plant Physiology, in which we describe the large-scale identification of ubiquitination sites on Arabidopsis proteins associated with or integral to the plasma membrane, including over 100 protein kinases.
Congratulations to former MSc student Lauren Grubb, on her very first, first-author publication. During her degree, Lauren was awarded a prestigious NSERC Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement to work with proteomics experts Frank Menke, Paul Derbyshire, and Cyril Zipfel at the Sainsbury Laboratory in Norwich, England. Loving her stay abroad, she later joined the John Innes Centre as a PhD Student. Very recent MSc graduate Katy Dunning used her expert computing skills to analyze the finer details of our dataset, and this is her very first co-authored publication. We hope you find this dataset useful.
Congrats to all co-authors on their great work and perseverance during the ongoing pandemic.
Congratulations to Katy Dunning, who masterfully defended her thesis "Investigating ubiquitin-mediated turnover of the key immune signaling protein kinase BOTRYTIS INDUCED KINASE1" before the winter break. You can read more about her work here. To celebrate her achievement, we enjoyed cupcakes and Brut from the comfort of our own homes, via Zoom.
Well done Katy, the lab will not be the same without you!
MSc student Katherine Dunning has been selected as one of this year's American Society for Plant Biology Plantae Fellows. Below are some of the excellent paper summaries she has published in the Plant Science Research Weekly blog. Her summaries are great - check them out!