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Postdoctoral position in Japan

Yuji Kamiya ykamiya at postman.riken.go.jp
Tue Jun 6 01:34:20 EST 2000


Dear Arabidopsis scientist

A postdoctoral position is available at RIKEN Plant Science Center, Japan
from August 2000. RIKEN is located near Tokyo and about 20 min by train from
downtown Tokyo.  More than 2000 researchers are working at RIKEN institute
and we have over 200 non-Japanese researchers. Please see our homepage.
http://www.riken.go.jp/eng/index.html.
The project is related to (1) regulation of GA and ABA biosynthesis and
signal transduction in seeds (Arabidopsis and tomato) and (2) production of
useful secondary metabolites in seeds. The project will prolong for 5 years.
The positions are available for minimum 2 years and extension is possible
till the end of March 2005. Those who are interested in this position,
please contact Dr. Yuji Kamiya by e-mail

Related papers to this project.
*Hedden, P. and Kamiya, Y. (1997) Gibberellin biosynthesis: enzymes, genes
and their regulation. Ann. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 48, 431-460
*Yamaguchi, S. et al. (1998) Phytochrome regulation and differential
expression of gibberellin 3b-hydroxylase genes in germinating Arabidopsis
seeds. Plant Cell 10, 2115-2126
*Rebers, M. et. al. (1999) Regulation of gibberellin biosynthesis genes
during flower and early fruit development of tomato. Plant J. 17, 241-250
*Bishop, G. et al. (1999) The tomato DWARF enzyme is a bifunctional C-6
oxidase in brassinosteroid biosynthesis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 96,
1761-1766
*Ait-Ali, T. et al (1999) Regulation of GA 20-oxidase and GA3b-hydroxylase
transcript accumulation during phytochrome-mediated de-etiolation of pea
seedlings. Plant Physiol. 121, 783-791
*Kamiya, Y., Garcia-Martinez, J.L. (1999) Regulation of gibberellin
biosynthesis by light. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 2, 398-403
*Yamaguchi, S., Kamiya, Y.  (2000) Gibberellin Biosynthesis: Its Regulation
by Endogenous and Environmental Signals. Plant Cell Physiol. 41, 251-257
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Dr. Yuji Kamiya

Plant Functions Lab.
RIKEN (The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research)
Hirosawa 2-1, Wako-shi, Saitama 351-0198 Japan
Tel +81-48-462-9375
Fax +81-48-462-4691
E-mail: ykamiya at postman.riken.go.jp 
home page, http://frpphf.riken.go.jp/


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