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Cell Biology and Plant Regeneration

BCR 5 members 22 IJPB publications (2006-to date)

IJPB publications (2006-to date) [22]
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Nogué F, Vergne P, Chevre AM, Chauvin JE, Bouchabké-Coussa O, Déjardin A, Chevreau E, Hibrand-Saint Oyant L, Mazier M, Barret P, Guiderdoni E, Sallaud C, Foucrier S, Devaux P, Rogowsky PM (2019). Crop plants with improved culture and quality traits for food, feed and other uses. Transgenic Res, 28:65-73. PubMed | DOI
Mahjoubi H, Tamari Y, Takeda S, Bouchabké-Coussa O, Hanin M, Herzog E, Schmit AC, Chaboute ME, Ebel C (2018). The wheat TdRL1 is the functional homolog of the rice RSS1 and promotes plant salt stress tolerance. Plant Cell Rep, 37:1625-1637. PubMed | DOI
Montes E, Coriton O, Eber F, Huteau V, Lacape JM, Reinhardt C, Marais D, Hofs JL, Chevre AM, Pannetier C (2017). Assessment of Gene Flow Between Gossypium hirsutum and G. herbaceum: Evidence of Unreduced Gametes in the Diploid Progenitor. G3, 7:2185-2193. PubMed | DOI
Rosspopoff O, Chelysheva L, Saffar J, Lecorgne L, Gey D, Caillieux E, Colot V, Roudier F, Hilson P, Berthomé R, Da Costa M, Rech P (2017). Direct conversion of root primordium into shoot meristem relies on timing of stem cell niche development. Development, 144:1187-1200. PubMed | DOI
Sibout R, Proost S, Hansen BO, Vaid N, Giorgi FM, Ho-Yue-Kuang S, Legée F, Cezart L, Bouchabké-Coussa O, Soulhat C, Provart N, Pasha A, Le Bris P, Roujol D, Höfte H, Jamet E, Lapierre C, Persson S, Mutwil M (2017). Expression atlas and comparative coexpression network analyses reveal important genes involved in the formation of lignified cell wall in Brachypodium distachyon. New Phytol, 215:1009-1025. PubMed | DOI
Suzuki T, Nunes MA, Espana MU, Namin HH, Jin P, Bensoussan N, Zhurov V, Rahman T, De Clercq R, Hilson P, Grbic V, Grbic M (2017). RNAi-based reverse genetics in the chelicerate model Tetranychus urticae: A comparative analysis of five methods for gene silencing. PLoS One, 12:e0180654. PubMed | DOI
Ghorbani S, Hoogewijs K, Pecenkova T, Fernandez A, Inze A, Eeckhout D, Kawa D, De Jaeger G, Beeckman T, Madder A, Van Breusegem F, Hilson P (2016). The SBT6.1 subtilase processes the GOLVEN1 peptide controlling cell elongation. J Exp Bot, 67:4877-4887. PubMed | DOI
Hu Z, Vanderhaeghen R, Cools T, Wang Y, De Clercq I, Leroux O, Nguyen L, Belt K, Millar AH, Audenaert D, Hilson P, Small I, Mouille G, Vernhettes S, Van Breusegem F, Whelan J, Höfte H, De Veylder L (2016). Mitochondrial Defects Confer Tolerance against Cellulose Deficiency. Plant Cell, 28:2276-2290. PubMed | DOI
Pasquet JC, Changenet V, Macadré C, Boex-Fontvieille E, Soulhat C, Bouchabké-Coussa O, Dalmais M, Atanasova-Penichon V, Bendahmane A, Saindrenan P, Dufresne M (2016). A Brachypodium UDP-Glycosyltransferase Confers Root Tolerance to Deoxynivalenol and Resistance to Fusarium Infection. Plant Physiol, 172:559-574. PubMed | DOI
Fernandez A, Drozdzecki A, Hoogewijs K, Vassileva V, Madder A, Beeckman T, Hilson P (2015). The GLV6/RGF8/CLEL2 peptide regulates early pericycle divisions during lateral root initiation. J Exp Bot, 66:5245-5256. PubMed | DOI
Ghorbani S, Lin YC, Parizot B, Fernandez A, Njo MF, Van De Peer Y, Beeckman T, Hilson P (2015). Expanding the repertoire of secretory peptides controlling root development with comparative genome analysis and functional assays. J Exp Bot, 66:5257-5269. PubMed | DOI
Szakonyi D, Van Landeghem S, Baerenfaller K, Baeyens L, Blomme J, Casanova-Saez R, De Bodt S, Esteve-Bruna D, Fiorani F, Gonzalez N, Grønlund J, Immink R, Jover-Gil S, Kuwabara A, Muñoz-Nortes T, Van Dijk ADJ, Wilson-Sánchez D, Buchanan-Wollaston V, Angenent G, Van De Peer Y, Inzé D, Micol JL, Gruissem W, Walsh S, Hilson P (2015). The KnownLeaf literature curation system captures knowledge about Arabidopsis leaf growth and development and facilitates integrated data mining. Current Plant Biology, 2:1-11. PubMed | DOI
Mazier M, Botton E, Flamain F, Bouchet JP, Courtial B, Chupeau MC, Chupeau Y, Maisonneuve B, Lucas H (2007). Successful gene tagging in lettuce using the Tnt1 retrotransposon from tobacco. Plant Physiol, 144:18-31. PubMed | DOI
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