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Hiral Shah

EMBL Heidelberg

I’m a postdoctoral fellow in the Dey Group at EMBL, Heidelberg working on mitosis in unicellular relatives of animals. For my PhD I studied kinetochore proteins in the developmental transitions of the rice blast fungus in the lab of Johannes Manjrekar & Bharat Chattoo at the The M. S. University of Baroda.

Hiral Shah has added 9 preLight posts

Repurposing of Synaptonemal Complex Proteins for Kinetochores in Kinetoplastida

Eelco C. Tromer, Thomas A. Wemyss, Ross F. Waller, et al.



Selected by Hiral Shah, Dey Lab

The Single-Celled Ancestors of Animals: A History of Hypotheses

Thibaut Brunet , Nicole King



Selected by Hiral Shah, Dey Lab

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Metabolic dissimilarity determines the establishment of cross-feeding interactions in bacteria

Samir Giri, Leonardo Ona, Silvio Waschina, et al.



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A rapidly evolving actin mediates fertility and developmental tradeoffs in Drosophila

Courtney M. Schroeder, Sarah A. Tomlin, John R. Valenzuela, et al.



Selected by Hiral Shah, Dey Lab

RefPlantNLR: a comprehensive collection of experimentally validated plant NLRs

Jiorgos Kourelis, Sophien Kamoun



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3-Dimensional Organization and Dynamics of the Microsporidian Polar Tube Invasion Machinery

Pattana Jaroenlak, Michael Cammer, Alina Davydov, et al.



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Ferroptosis contributes to developmental cell death in rice blast

Qing Shen, Meiling Liang, Fan Yang, et al.



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Entomophthovirus: An insect-derived iflavirus that infects a behavior manipulating fungal pathogen of dipterans

Maxwell C Coyle, Carolyn N Elya, Michael J Bronski, et al.



Selected by Hiral Shah

EFFECTORS OF THE SPINDLE ASSEMBLY CHECKPOINT BUT NOT THE MITOTIC EXIT NETWORK ARE CONFINED WITHIN THE NUCLEUS OF SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE

Lydia R Heasley, Jennifer G DeLuca, Steven M Markus



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