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    Temporal-spatial interaction between reactive oxygen species and abscisic acid regulates rapid systemic acclimation in plants. 

    Suzuki N; Miller G; Salazar C; Mondal HA; Shulaev E; Cortes DF; Shuman JL; Luo X; Shah J; Schlauch, Karen A; Shulaev V; Mittler, Ron (9/1/2013)
    Being sessile organisms, plants evolved sophisticated acclimation mechanisms to cope with abiotic challenges in their environment. These are activated at the initial site of exposure to stress, as well as in systemic tissues ...
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    The common transcriptional subnetworks of the grape berry skin in the late stages of ripening 

    Ghan, Ryan; Petereit, Juli; Tillett, Richard L.; Schlauch, Karen A.; Toubiana, David; Fait, Aaron; Cramer, Grant R. (2017)
    Wine grapes are important economically in many countries around the world. Defining the optimum time for grape harvest is a major challenge to the grower and winemaker. Berry skins are an important source of flavor, color ...
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    The Emerging Role of Protein Phosphorylation as a Critical Regulatory Mechanism Controlling Cellulose Biosynthesis 

    Jones, Danielle M.; Murray, Christian M.; Ketelaar, KassaDee J.; Thomas, Joseph J.; Villalobos, Jose A.; Wallace, Ian S. (2016)
    Plant cell walls are extracellular matrices that surround plant cells and critically influence basic cellular processes, such as cell division and expansion. Cellulose is a major constituent of plant cell walls, and this ...
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    The human uterine smooth muscle S-nitrosoproteome fingerprint in pregnancy, labor, and preterm labor. 

    Ulrich C; Quilici, David R; Schlauch, Karen A; Buxton, Iain L O (10/15/2013)
    Molecular mechanisms involved in uterine quiescence during gestation and those responsible for induction of labor at term are incompletely known. More than 10% of babies born worldwide are premature and 1,000,000 die ...
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    The Kalanchoe genome provides insights into convergent evolution and building blocks of crassulacean acid metabolism 

    Yang, Xiaohan; Hu, Rongbin; Yin, Hengfu; Jenkins, Jerry; Shu, Shengqiang; Tang, Haibao; Liu, Degao; Weighill, Deborah A.; Yim, Won Cheol; Ha, Jungmin; Heyduk, Karolina; Goodstein, David M.; Guo, Hao-Bo; Moseley, Robert C.; Fitzek, Elisabeth; Jawdy, Sara; Zhang, Zhihao; Xie, Meng; Hartwell, James; Grimwood, Jane; Abraham, Paul E.; Mewalal, Ritesh; Beltran, Juan D.; Boxall, Susanna F.; Dever, Louisa V.; Palla, Kaitlin J.; Albion, Rebecca; Garcia, Travis; Mayer, Jesse A.; Lim, Sung Don; Wai, Ching Man; Peluso, Paul; Van Buren, Robert; De Paoli, Henrique Cestari; Borland, Anne M.; Guo, Hong; Chen, Jin-Gui; Muchero, Wellington; Yin, Yanbin; Jacobson, Daniel A.; Tschaplinski, Timothy J.; Hettich, Robert L.; Ming, Ray; Winter, Klaus; Leebens-Mack, James H.; Smith, J. Andrew C.; Cushman, John C.; Schmutz, Jeremy; Tuskan, Gerald A. (2017)
    Crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) is a water-use efficient adaptation of photosynthesis that has evolved independently many times in diverse lineages of flowering plants. We hypothesize that convergent evolution of protein ...
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    The pineapple genome and the evolution of CAM photosynthesis 

    Ming, Ray; VanBuren, Robert; Wai, Ching Man; Tang, Haibao; Schatz, Michael C.; Bowers, John E.; Lyons, Eric; Wang, Ming-Li; Chen, Jung; Biggers, Eric; Zhang, Jisen; Huang, Lixian; Zhang, Lingmao; Miao, Wenjing; Zhang, Jian; Ye, Zhangyao; Miao, Chenyong; Lin, Zhicong; Wang, Hao; Zhou, Hongye; Yim, Won C.; Priest, Henry D.; Zheng, Chunfang; Woodhouse, Margaret; Edger, Patrick P.; Guyot, Romain; Guo, Hao-Bo; Guo, Hong; Zheng, Guangyong; Singh, Ratnesh; Sharma, Anupma; Min, Xiangjia; Zheng, Yun; Lee, Hayan; Gurtowski, James; Sedlazeck, Fritz J.; Harkess, Alex; McKain, Michael R.; Liao, Zhenyang; Fang, Jingping; Liu, Juan; Zhang, Xiaodan; Zhang, Qing; Hu, Weichang; Qin, Yuan; Wang, Kai; Chen, Li-Yu; Shirley, Neil; Lin, Yann-Rong; Liu, Li-Yu; Hernandez, Alvaro G.; Wright, Chris L.; Bulone, Vincent; Tuskan, Gerald A.; Heath, Katy; Zee, Francis; Moore, Paul H.; Sunkar, Ramanjulu; Leebens-Mack, James H.; Mockler, Todd; Bennetzen, Jeffrey L.; Freeling, Michael; Sankoff, David; Paterson, Andrew H.; Zhu, Xinguang; Yang, Xiaohan; Smith, J. Andrew C.; Cushman, John C.; Paull, Robert E.; Yu, Qingyi (2015)
    Pineapple (Ananas comosus (L.) Merr.) is the most economically valuable crop possessing crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM), a photosynthetic carbon assimilation pathway with high water-use efficiency, and the second most ...
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    The plant NADPH oxidase RBOHD mediates rapid systemic signaling in response to diverse stimuli. 

    Miller G; Schlauch, Karen A; Tam R; Cortes D; Torres MA; Shulaev V; Dangl JL; Mittler, Ron (7/18/2009)
    Cell-to-cell communication and long-distance signaling play a key role in the response of plants to pests, mechanical wounding, and extreme environmental conditions. Here, we report on a rapid systemic signal in Arabidopsis ...
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    The Vitis vinifera C-repeat binding protein 4 (VvCBF4) transcriptional factor enhances freezing tolerance in wine grape. 

    Tillett, Richard L; Wheatley MD; Tattersall EA; Schlauch, Karen A; Cramer, Grant R; Cushman, John C (1/1/2012)
    Chilling and freezing can reduce significantly vine survival and fruit set in Vitis vinifera wine grape. To overcome such production losses, a recently identified grapevine C-repeat binding factor (CBF) gene, VvCBF4, was ...
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    The zinc-finger protein Zat12 plays a central role in reactive oxygen and abiotic stress signaling in Arabidopsis. 

    Davletova S; Schlauch, Karen A; Coutu J; Mittler, Ron (10/1/2005)
    Plant acclimation to environmental stress is controlled by a complex network of regulatory genes that compose distinct stressresponse regulons. In contrast to many signaling and regulatory genes that are stress specific, ...
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    Tissue-specific mRNA expression profiling in grape berry tissues. 

    Grimplet J; Deluc LG; Tillett, Richard L; Wheatley MD; Schlauch, Karen A; Cramer, Grant R; Cushman, John C (6/21/2007)
    Background: Berries of grape (Vitis vinifera) contain three major tissue types (skin, pulp and seed) all of which contribute to the aroma, color, and flavor characters of wine. The pericarp, which is composed of the exocarp ...
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    Transcriptional and apoptotic responses of THP-1 cells to challenge with toxigenic, and non-toxigenic Bacillus anthracis. 

    Bradburne C; Chung MC; Zong Q; Schlauch, Karen A; Liu D; Popova T; Popova A; Bailey C; Soppet D; Popov S (11/13/2008)
    Background: Bacillus anthracis secretes several virulence factors targeting different host organs and cell types during inhalational anthrax infection. The bacterial expression of a key virulence factor, lethal toxin (LeTx) ...
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    Transcriptomic analysis of the late stages of grapevine (Vitis vinifera cv. Cabernet Sauvignon) berry ripening reveals significant induction of ethylene signaling and flavor pathways in the skin. 

    Cramer, Grant R; Ghan R; Schlauch, Karen A; Tillett, Richard L; Heymann H; Ferrarini A; Delledonne M; Zenoni S; Fasoli M; Pezzotti M (12/14/2014)
    Background: Grapevine berry, a nonclimacteric fruit, has three developmental stages; the last one is when berry color and sugar increase. Flavors derived from terpenoid and fatty acid metabolism develop at the very end of ...
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    Transcriptomic and metabolite analyses of Cabernet Sauvignon grape berry development. 

    Deluc LG; Grimplet J; Wheatley MD; Tillett, Richard L; Quilici, David R; Osborne, Craig D; Schooley, David A; Schlauch, Karen A; Cushman, John C; Cramer, Grant R (11/22/2007)
    Background: Grape berry development is a dynamic process that involves a complex series of molecular genetic and biochemical changes divided into three major phases. During initial berry growth (Phase I), berry size increases ...
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    Urinary Clusterin Is Upregulated in Nephropathia Epidemica 

    Martynova, Ekaterina V.; Maksudova, Adelya N.; Shakirova, Venera G.; Abdulkhakov, Sayar R.; Khaertynova, Ilsiyar M.; Anokhin, Vladimir A.; Ivanova, Vilena V.; Abiola, Ilesanmi M.; Garanina, Ekaterina E.; Tazetdinova, Leisan G.; Valiullina, Aigul H.; Khaiboullina, Svetlana F. (2018)
    Kidney insufficiency is a hallmark of nephropathia epidemica (NE). Little is known about the mechanisms of the NE kidney pathology, with current knowledge mainly based on findings in postmortem tissue. We have analyzed ...
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    Water deficit alters differentially metabolic pathways affecting important flavor and quality traits in grape berries of Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. 

    Deluc LG; Quilici, David R; Decendit A; Grimplet J; Wheatley MD; Schlauch, Karen A; Mérillon JM; Cushman, John C; Cramer, Grant R (5/8/2009)
    Background: Water deficit has significant effects on grape berry composition resulting in improved wine quality by the enhancement of color, flavors, or aromas. While some pathways or enzymes affected by water deficit have ...
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    What makes for sound science? 

    Costa, Fabrizio; Cramer, Grant; Finnegan, E. Jean (2017)
    The inclusive threshold policy for publication in BMC journals including BMC Plant Biology means that editorial decisions are largely based on the soundness of the research presented rather than the novelty or potential ...
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    Whole-Plant Metabolic Allocation Under Water Stress 

    Mundim, Fabiane M.; Pringle, Elizabeth G. (2018)
    Trade-offs between plant growth and defense depend on environmental resource availability. Plants are predicted to prioritize growth when environmental resources are abundant and defense when environmental resources are ...