Our group just published a new article in Journal of Endocrinology where we investigated the plasticity of gonadotropes in the model fish medaka.
Kjetil Hodne has started a new project supported by FHF, the Norwegian Seafood Research Fund.
New paper in Endocrinology.
Finn-Arne and Romain are co-editing a Frontiers Research Topic on 'Plasticity in the vertebrate pituitary, including regulatory mechanisms'.
Former PhD student Susann Burow published her work on gonadotropin receptors in General and Comparative Endocrinology.
Former PhD student Elia Ciani has published two of his thesis chapters, one in General and Comparative Endocrinology and one in the Journal of Pineal Research.
...on the effect of endocrine disruptors on cod pituitary cells has just been published in Fishes.
Kjetil and Finn-Arne publish in PLoS Computational Biology.
We recently hosted two guests in our laboratory.
Kristine et al. published a paper on the effects of cortisol on Atlantic cod pituitary cell cultures.
Romain and Finn-Arne published a new methods video on blood vessel labeling.
The application deadline for this position has now passed.
Mitch, Gersende, Romain, Nouri and Finn-Arne from our group have contributed to a paper on the hormonal control salmon smoltification, published in Scientific Reports.
On 8 March 2019, Elia Ciani successfully defended his PhD thesis Neuroendocrine regulation of pituitary gonadotropins during puberty in Atlantic salmon parr with focus on melatonin and Gnrh systems.
This position is no longer open. The application deadline was May 6th, 2019.
Plasticity of Lh cells caused by cell proliferation and recruitment of existing cells.
Journal of Endocrinology 2019 Vol. 240, issue 2
We recently published two methodological papers in Journal of Visualized Experiments
Weltzienlab participated on SmakÅs, a food and technology festival focusing on sustainable development, at Ås October 13th 2018.
Weltzienlab participated at Forskningstorget in Oslo 2018
During the Tour de France leg on July 16th 2017 a nearly 280 meter long salmon was depicted on the ground.
IMPRESS researchers together with international collaborators recently published a paper in Scientific Reports, demonstrating how MinION sequencing can be used to efficiently generate the genome sequence of the European eel.
IMPRESS is an Initial Training Network (ITN) of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions funded by the EU Research and Innovation Programme Horizon 2020.
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