Research Training Group 2498

Research Training Group 2498

Communication and Dynamics of Plant Cell Compartments

Welcome to the RTG 2498

The Research Training Group (RTG) 2498 is a structured education program, funded by the DFG. Participation of different departments from Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg and Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry provides graduate students a stimulating and interdisciplinary scientific environment with access to divers methodological and instrumental competencies.

The research focus of the RTG 2498 centers on the dynamic interplay of plant cell compartments, such as plastids and nuclei, which are key factors defining the properties of plant cells.

Latest news

13 Jul// Axel Mithöfer will visit Halle

After a long period of only-online seminars we’re happy to announce that Axel Mithöfer (MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, Plant Defense Physiology) will make up to visit Halle on 13 July, 2021. Dr. Mithöfer will

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13 Apr// Till Ischebeck as speaker at the HPSC

On Tuesday, 13 April Dr. Till Ischbeck from Georg-August-University Göttingen, Albrecht-von-Haller-Institute for Plant Sciences is going to give an online talk as part of the Halle Plant Science Colloquium HPSC at 5:00 pm. The research

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RTG related Review published

Recently, in March 2021 the RTG2498 members Edgar Peiter and Nico Roessner and collaborators published this awesome review about Transport, functions, and interaction of Calcium and Manganese in plant organellar compartments in PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. “It

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