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SLS/WMS Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Seminar: Control of Bacillus subtilis by large prophage elements – physiology, ecology and evolution perspective, Anna Dragoš,Department of Microbiology, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana
A0.41, Medical School Building
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Stem Cell and Development Biology Seminar: Novel Organelles in Early Oocyte Development: Cracking Enigmas in Oogenesis, Ovarian Development, and Infertility, Yaniv Elkouby, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
IBRB Lecture Theatre

Abstract: In humans, early oogenesis determines by birth the number and quality of eggs for the entire lifespan, but a complete understanding of this fascinating and dynamic process is lacking. I will present our research efforts in zebrafish and their contributions to understanding the cell and developmental biology of early oogenesis. I will focus on two recent studies: 1) a newly identified cilium we discovered in the early oocyte, which is essential for meiosis and germ cell morphogenesis, and 2) a conserved membraneless organelle in oocytes called the Balbiani body, and our findings on deciphering its mechanisms of formation.