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Latest Publications

Natural variation for unusual host responses and flagellin‐mediated immunity against Pseudomonas syringae in genetically diverse tomato accessions
Roberts, R., Mainiero, S., Powell, A., Liu, A., Shi, K., Hind, S., Strickler, S., Collmer, A., Mart…
New Phytologist.
Loss of CRWN nuclear proteins induces cell death and salicylic acid defense signaling
Choi, J., Strickler, SR., Richards, Eric Jean
Plant Physiology.
Application of CRISPR/Cas9-Mediated Gene Editing in Tomato
Reem, N., Van Eck, Joyce
Methods in Molecular Biology.
In vitro plant regeneration and Agrobacterium tumefaciens– mediated transformation of Datura stramonium (Solanaceae)
Rajewski, A. , Elkins, K. , Henry, A. , Van Eck, Joyce, Litt, A.
Applications in Plant Sciences.
Development of plant regeneration and Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation methodology for Physalis pruinosa
Swartwood, K., Van Eck, Joyce
Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (PCTOC).
Transcriptome-based identification and validation of reference genes for plant-bacteria interaction studies using Nicotiana benthamiana
Pombo, M.A., Ramos, R.N., Zheng, Y., Fei, Zhangjun, Martin, Gregory B., Rosli, H.G.
Scientific Reports.
Plant Genome Editing Database (PGED): A Call for Submission of Information about Genome-Edited Plant Mutants
Zheng,Y., Zhang, N., Martin, Gregory B., Fei, Zhangjun
Molecular Plant.
The Ptr1 locus of Solanum lycopersicoides confers resistance to race 1 strains of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato and to Ralstonia pseudosolanacearum by recognizing the type III effectors AvrRpt2/RipBN
Mazo-Molina, C., Mainiero, S., Hind, S.R., Kraus, C.M., Vachev, M., Maviane-Macia, F., Lindeberg, M…
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.

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