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Webinars

The IWGSC started its webinar series in 2020 to provide educational webinars to the wheat community worldwide.
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All webinar recordings are available on the IWGSC YouTube channel.

Differential chromatin accessibility map webinar

Webinar: Differential chromatin accessibility map as a new resource for studying wheat genome function & genotype-to-trait relationships

On 7 October 2020, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "Differential chromatin accessibility map as a new resource for studying wheat genome...
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Resistance gene cloning in wheat

Webinar: Resistance gene cloning in wheat

On 23 September 2020, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "Resistance gene cloning in wheat" presented by Burkhard Steuernagel (John Innes Centre,...
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A roadmap for gene functional characterization in wheat

Webinar: A roadmap for gene functional characterization in wheat

On 15 July 2020, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "A roadmap for gene functional characterization in wheat" presented by Cristobal Uauy (John...
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10+ genome project webinar

Webinar: Multiple genome assemblies reveal alien introgressions and alternative haplotypes in elite wheat cultivars

On 29 June 2020, the IWGSC organized a webinar in collaboration with the 10+ genome project entitled "Multiple genome assemblies reveal alien...
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Genome-wide analysis of a wheat transcription factor family: the power of bioinformatics resources

Webinar: Genome-wide analysis of a wheat transcription factor family: the power of bioinformatics resources

On 27 May 2020, the IWGSC organized a Webinar "Genome-wide analysis of a wheat transcription factor family: the power of bioinformatics resources"...
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Extending the Curio Genomics Platform for the Wheat Research Community

Webinar: Extending the Curio Genomics Platform for the Wheat Research Community; DNA Sequences to Analysis Results

On 30 April 2020, the IWGS organized a Webinar in collaboration with Curio Genomics entitled "Extending the Curio Genomics Platform for the Wheat...
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Comprehensive Cost-Effective Exome Sequencing with Arbor Biosciences Wheat Exome Panel

Webinar: Comprehensive Cost-Effective Exome Sequencing with Arbor Biosciences Wheat Exome Panel

On 25 March 2020, the IWGSC organized a Webinar in collaboration with Arbor Biosciences entitled "Comprehensive Cost-Effective Exome Sequencing with...
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Understanding abiotic stress signalling in wheat through (phospho)proteomics

Webinar: Understanding abiotic stress signalling in wheat through (phospho)proteomics

On 22 January 2020, the IWGSC organized a Webinar entitled "Understanding abiotic stress signalling in wheat through (phospho)proteomics" presented...
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