CS-8-0 - Overview of Area by Chair, Pal Maliga, PhD

Sunday, July 15
3:15 PM - 3:18 PM

Pal Maliga, PhD

Prof.
Rutgers University

Pal Maliga (Rutgers University) developed a method for stable transformation of land plant chloroplast genomes. Chloroplast genome engineering in higher plants has led to an explosion of research concerning the chloroplast genome’s role in photosynthesis, functional analysis of plastid genes by reverse genetics, and mechanisms of plastid gene regulation. His current research interest lies in tissue specific regulation of plastid transgene expression using PPR RNA binding proteins. His research group is also working on a protocol for plastid transformation in Arabidopsis, where they aim to provide a readily applicable research tool for the plant community.

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