Publications – Greg Martin

Mai1 protein acts between host recognition of pathogen effectors and MAPK signaling
2019.
Roberts, R., Hind, S.R., Pedley, K.F., Diner, B.A., Szarzanowicz, M.J., Luciano-Rosario, D., Majhi, …
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
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PP2C phosphatase Pic1 negatively regulates phosphorylation status of Pti1b kinase, a regulator of flagellin-triggered immunity in tomato
2019.
Giska, F., Martin, Gregory B.
Biochemical Journal.
BCJ20190299
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Natural variation for unusual host responses and flagellin‐mediated immunity against Pseudomonas syringae in genetically diverse tomato accessions
2019.
Roberts, R., Mainiero, S., Powell, A., Liu, A., Shi, K., Hind, S., Strickler, S., Collmer, A., Mart…
New Phytologist.
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Transcriptome-based identification and validation of reference genes for plant-bacteria interaction studies using Nicotiana benthamiana
2019.
Pombo, M.A., Ramos, R.N., Zheng, Y., Fei, Zhangjun, Martin, Gregory B., Rosli, H.G.
Scientific Reports.
9
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Plant Genome Editing Database (PGED): A Call for Submission of Information about Genome-Edited Plant Mutants
2019.
Zheng,Y., Zhang, N., Martin, Gregory B., Fei, Zhangjun
Molecular Plant.
12
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127–129
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
2019.
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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The tomato Pto gene confers resistance to Pseudomonas floridensis, an emergent plant pathogen with just nine type III effectors
2019.
Eckshtain-Levi, N., Lindeberg, M., Vallad, G.E., Martin, Gregory B.
Plant Pathology.
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Virus-induced gene silencing database for phenomics and functional genomics in Nicotiana benthamiana
2018.
Senthil-Kumar, M., Wang, Chang, J., Ramegowda, V., del Pozo, O., Liu, Y., Doraiswamy, V., Lee, H.-K.…
Plant Direct.
2
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e00055
Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato Strains from New York Exhibit Virulence Attributes Intermediate Between Typical Race 0 and Race 1 Strains
2017.
Kraus, C. M., Mazo-Molina, C., Smart, C. D., Martin, Gregory B.
Plant Disease.
101
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1442–1448
Detecting the interaction of peptide ligands with plant membrane receptors
2017.
Hind, S. R., Hoki, J. S., Baccile, J. A., Boyle, P. C., Schroeder, Frank, Martin, Gregory B.
Current protocols in plant biology.
2
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240–269
Generation of a Collection of Mutant Tomato Lines Using Pooled CRISPR Libraries
2017.
Jacobs, T. B., Zhang, N., Patel, D., Martin, Gregory B.
Plant Physiology.
174
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2023–2037
A Subset of Ubiquitin-Conjugating Enzymes Is Essential for Plant Immunity
2017.
Zhou, B., Mural, R. V., Chen, X., Oates, M. E., Connor, R. A., Martin, Gregory B., Gough, J., Zeng, …
Plant Physiology.
173
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1371–1390
The Bacterial Effector AvrPto Targets the Regulatory Coreceptor SOBIR1 and Suppresses Defense Signaling Mediated by the Receptor-Like Protein Cf-4
2017.
Wu, J., van der Burgh, A. M., Bi, G., Zhang, L., Alfano, J. R., Martin, Gregory B., Joosten, M. HAJ
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
31
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MPMI08170203FI–MPMI-08-17-0203
Pseudomonas syringae – tomato interactions: an unfolding New York story
2017.
Lindeberg, M., Collmer, A., Martin, Gregory B., Smart, C.
PHYTOPATHOLOGY.
107
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10–10
Ser 360 and Ser 364 in the Kinase Domain of Tomato SIMAPKKKα are Critical for Programmed Cell Death Associated with Plant Immunity
2017.
Hwang, I. S., Brady, J., Martin, Gregory B., Oh, C. S.
The plant pathology journal.
33
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163–169
Use of RNA-seq data to identify and validate RT-qPCR reference genes for studying the tomato-Pseudomonas pathosystem
2017.
Pombo, M. A., Zheng, Y., Fei, Zhangjun, Martin, Gregory B., Rosli, H. G.
Nature Scientific Reports.
7
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44905–44905
The Tomato Kinase Pti1 Contributes to Production of Reactive Oxygen Species in Response to Two Flagellin-Derived Peptides and Promotes Resistance to Pseudomonas syringae Infection
2017.
Schwizer, S., Kraus, C. M., Dunham, D. M., Zheng, Y., Fernandez-Pozo, N., Pombo, M. A., Fei, Zhangju…
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
30
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725–738
Natural Variation in Tomato Reveals Differences in the Recognition of AvrPto and AvrPtoB Effectors from Pseudomonas syringae
2016.
Kraus, C. M., Munkvold, K. R., Martin, Gregory B.
Molecular Plant.
9
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639–649
Detecting N-myristoylation and S-acylation of host and pathogen proteins in plants using click chemistry
2016.
Boyle, P. C., Schwizer, S., Hind, S. R., Kraus, C. M., Torre Diaz, S., He, B., Martin, Gregory B.
Plant Methods.
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High-throughput CRISPR Vector Construction and Characterization of DNA Modifications by Generation of Tomato Hairy Roots
2016.
Jacobs, T. B., Martin, Gregory B.
Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE.
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Tomato receptor FLAGELLIN-SENSING 3 binds flgII-28 and activates the plant immune system
2016.
Hind, S. R., Strickler, S. R., Boyle, P. C., Dunham, D. M., Bao, Z., O'Doherty, I. M., Baccile, J. A…
Nature Plants.
2
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16128–16128
iTAK: A Program for Genome-wide Prediction and Classification of Plant Transcription Factors, Transcriptional Regulators, and Protein Kinases
2016.
Zheng, Y., Jiao, C., Sun, H., Rosli, H. G., Pombo, M. A., Zhang, P., Banf, M., Dai, X., Martin, Greg…
Molecular Plant.
9
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1667–1670
A novel method of transcriptome interpretation reveals a quantitative suppressive effect on tomato immune signaling by two domains in a single pathogen effector protein
2016.
Worley, J. N., Pombo, M. A., Zheng, Y., Dunham, D. M., Myers, C. R., Fei, Zhangjun, Martin, Gregory …
BMC Genomics.
17
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Comparative genomics and phylogenetic discordance of cultivated tomato and close wild relatives
2015.
Strickler, S. R., Bombarely, A., Munkvold, J. D., York, T., Menda, N., Martin, Gregory B., Mueller, …
PeerJ.
2015
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e793–e793
Identification of a Candidate Gene in Solanum habrochaites for Resistance to a Race 1 Strain of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato
2015.
Bao, Z., Meng, F., Strickler, S. R., Dunham, D. M., Munkvold, K. R., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Genome.
8
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0–0
The SGN VIGS Tool: User-Friendly Software to Design Virus-Induced Gene Silencing (VIGS) Constructs for Functional Genomics
2015.
Fernandez-Pozo, N., Rosli, H. G., Martin, Gregory B., Mueller, Lukas A.
Molecular Plant.
8
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486–488
Five Xanthomonas type III effectors suppress cell death induced by components of immunity-associated MAP kinase cascades
2015.
Teper, D., Sunitha, S., Martin, Gregory B., Sessa, G.
Plant Signaling and Behavior.
10
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e1064573–e1064573
Greasy tactics in the plant-pathogen molecular arms race
2015.
Boyle, P. C., Martin, Gregory B.
Journal of Experimental Botany.
66
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1607–1616
Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 Type III Secretion Effector Polymutants Reveal an Interplay between HopAD1 and AvrPtoB
2015.
Wei, H. L., Chakravarthy, S., Mathieu, J., Helmann, T. C., Stodghill, P., Swingle, Bryan M., Martin,…
Cell Host & Microbe.
17
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752–762
Functional genomics of tomato for the study of plant immunity: Table 1
2015.
Rosli, H. G., Martin, Gregory B.
Briefings in Functional Genomics and Proteomics.
14
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291–301
Acquisition of Iron Is Required for Growth of Salmonella spp. in Tomato Fruit
2015.
Nugent, S. L., Meng, F., Martin, Gregory B., Altier, Craig
Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
81
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3663–3670
Complete Genome Sequence of a Tomato-Infecting Tomato Mottle Mosaic Virus in New York
2015.
Padmanabhan, C., Zheng, Y., Li, R., Martin, Gregory B., Fei, Zhangjun, Ling, K. S.
Genome Announcements.
3
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e01523-15–e01523-15
Analysis of wild-species introgressions in tomato inbreds uncovers ancestral origins
2014.
Menda, N., Strickler, S. R., Edwards, J. D., Bombarely, A., Dunham, D. M., Martin, Gregory B., Mejia…
BMC Plant Biology.
14
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Natural Variation for Responsiveness to flg22, flgII-28, and csp22 and Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato in Heirloom Tomatoes
2014.
Veluchamy, S., Hind, S. R., Dunham, D. M., Martin, Gregory B., Panthee, D. R.
PLOS One.
9
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e106119–e106119
Pto Kinase Binds Two Domains of AvrPtoB and Its Proximity to the Effector E3 Ligase Determines if It Evades Degradation and Activates Plant Immunity
2014.
Mathieu, J., Schwizer, S., Martin, Gregory B.
PLoS Pathogens.
10
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e1004227–e1004227
Transcriptomic analysis reveals tomato genes whose expression is induced specifically during effector-triggered immunity and identifies the Epk1 protein kinase which is required for the host response to three bacterial effector proteins
2014.
Pombo, M. A., Zheng, Y., Fernandez-Pozo, N., Dunham, D. M., Fei, Zhangjun, Martin, Gregory B.
Genome Biology.
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Thymoquinone causes multiple effects, including cell death, on dividing plant cells
2013.
Hassanien, S. E., Ramadan, A. M., Azeiz, A. ZA, Mohammed, R. A., Hassan, S. M., Shokry, A. M., Atef,…
Comptes Rendus Biologies.
336
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546–556
Salmonella colonization activates the plant immune system and benefits from association with plant-pathogenic bacteria
2013.
Meng, F., Altier, Craig, Martin, Gregory B.
PHYTOPATHOLOGY.
103
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95–95
Salmonella colonization activates the plant immune system and benefits from association with plant pathogenic bacteria
2013.
Meng, F., Altier, Craig, Martin, Gregory B.
Environmental Microbiology.
15
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2418–2430
Nonhost Resistance of Tomato to the Bean Pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae B728a Is Due to a Defective E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Domain in AvrPtoB B728a
2013.
Chien, C. F., Mathieu, J., Hsu, C. H., Boyle, P., Martin, Gregory B., Lin, N. C.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
26
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387–397
The Tomato Fni3 Lysine-63-Specific Ubiquitin-Conjugating Enzyme and Suv Ubiquitin E2 Variant Positively Regulate Plant Immunity
2013.
Mural, R. V., Liu, Y., Rosebrock, T. R., Brady, J. J., Hamera, S., Connor, R. A., Martin, Gregory B.…
The Plant Cell.
25
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3615–3631
Two leucines in the N-terminal MAPK-docking site of tomato SlMKK2 are critical for interaction with a downstream MAPK to elicit programmed cell death associated with plant immunity
2013.
Oh, C. S., Hwang, J., Choi, M. S., Kang, B. C., Martin, Gregory B.
Febs Letters.
587
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1460–1465
Allelic variation in two distinct Pseudomonas syringae flagellin epitopes modulates the strength of plant immune responses but not bacterial motility
2013.
Clarke, C. R., Chinchilla, D., Hind, S. R., Taguchi, F., Miki, R., Ichinose, Y., Martin, Gregory B.,…
New Phytologist.
200
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847–860
The Tomato Calcium Sensor Cbl10 and Its Interacting Protein Kinase Cipk6 Define a Signaling Pathway in Plant Immunity
2013.
de la Torre, F., Gutiérrez-Beltrán, E., Pareja-Jaime, Y., Chakravarthy, S., Martin, Gregory B., de…
The Plant Cell.
25
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2748–2764
Transcriptomics-based screen for genes induced by flagellin and repressed by pathogen effectors identifies a cell wall-associated kinase involved in plant immunity
2013.
Rosli, H. G., Zheng, Y., Pombo, M. A., Zhong, S., Bombarely, A., Fei, Zhangjun, Collmer, Alan, Marti…
Genome Biology.
14
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R139–R139
A tomato LysM receptor-like kinase promotes immunity and its kinase activity is inhibited by AvrPtoB
2012.
Zeng, L., Velásquez, A. C., Munkvold, K. R., Zhang, J., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Journal.
69
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92–103
The  -Subunit of the SnRK1 Complex Is Phosphorylated by the Plant Cell Death Suppressor Adi3
2012.
Avila, J., Gregory, O. G., Su, D., Deeter, T. A., Chen, S., Silva-Sanchez, C., Xu, S., Martin, Grego…
Plant Physiology.
159
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1277–1290
A Draft Genome Sequence of Nicotiana benthamiana to Enhance Molecular Plant-Microbe Biology Research
2012.
Bombarely, A., Rosli, H. G., Vrebalov, J., Moffett, P., Mueller, Lukas A., Martin, Gregory B.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
25
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1523–1530
Plant Programmed Cell Death Caused by an Autoactive Form of Prf Is Suppressed by Co-Expression of the Prf LRR Domain
2012.
Du, X., Miao, M., Ma, X., Liu, Y., Kuhl, J. C., Martin, Gregory B., Xiao, F.
Molecular Plant.
5
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1058–1067
Type III Secretion and Effectors Shape the Survival and Growth Pattern of Pseudomonas syringae on Leaf Surfaces
2012.
Lee, J., Teitzel, G. M., Munkvold, K., del Pozo, O., Martin, Gregory B., Michelmore, R. W., Greenber…
Plant Physiology.
158
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1803–1818
Effector-triggered immunity mediated by the Pto kinase
2011.
Oh, C. S., Martin, Gregory B.
Trends in Plant Science.
16
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132–140
Genetic disassembly and combinatorial reassembly identify a minimal functional repertoire of type III effectors in Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000
2011.
Cunnac, S., Chakravarthy, S., Kvitko, B. H., Russell, A. B., Martin, Gregory B., Collmer, Alan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
108
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2975–2980
Tomato 14-3-3 Protein TFT7 Interacts with a MAP Kinase Kinase to Regulate Immunity-associated Programmed Cell Death Mediated by Diverse Disease Resistance Proteins
2011.
Oh, C. S., Martin, Gregory B.
Journal of Biological Chemistry.
286
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14129–14136
Structural Analysis of Pseudomonas syringae AvrPtoB Bound to Host BAK1 Reveals Two Similar Kinase-Interacting Domains in a Type III Effector
2011.
Cheng, W., Munkvold, K. R., Gao, H., Mathieu, J., Schwizer, S., Wang, S., Yan, Y. B., Wang, J., Mart…
Cell Host & Microbe.
10
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616–626
The T-loop Extension of the Tomato Protein Kinase AvrPto-dependent Pto-interacting Protein 3 (Adi3) Directs Nuclear Localization for Suppression of Plant Cell Death
2010.
Ek-Ramos, M. J., Avila, J., Cheng, C., Martin, Gregory B., Devarenne, T. P.
Journal of Biological Chemistry.
285
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17584–17594
Methods to Study PAMP-Triggered Immunity Using Tomato and Nicotiana benthamiana
2010.
Nguyen, H. P., Chakravarthy, S., Velásquez, A. C., McLane, H. L., Zeng, L., Nakayashiki, H., Park, …
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
23
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991–999
A tomato 14-3-3 protein (TFT7) positively regulates immunity-associated programmed cell death mediated by diverse disease resistance proteins
2010.
Oh, C., Martin, Gregory B.
PHYTOPATHOLOGY.
100
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S92–S92
Phosphorylation of Pseudomonas syringae effector AvrPto is required for an FLS2/BAK1-independent virulence activity and recognition by tobacco
2010.
Yeam, I., Nguyen, H. P., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Journal.
61
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16–24
Two virulence determinants of type III effector AvrPto are functionally conserved in diverse Pseudomonas syringae pathovars
2010.
Nguyen, H. P., Yeam, I., Angot, A., Martin, Gregory B.
New Phytologist.
187
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969–982
A secreted effector protein (SNE1) from Phytophthora infestans is a broadly acting suppressor of programmed cell death
2010.
Kelley, B. S., Lee, S. J., Damasceno, C. MB, Chakravarthy, S., Kim, B. D., Martin, Gregory B., Rose,…
The Plant Journal.
62
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357–366
Tomato 14-3-3 Protein 7 Positively Regulates Immunity-Associated Programmed Cell Death by Enhancing Protein Abundance and Signaling Ability of MAPKKK  
2010.
Oh, C. S., Pedley, K. F., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Cell.
22
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260–272
Identification of Nicotiana benthamiana Genes Involved in Pathogen-Associated Molecular Pattern-Triggered Immunity
2010.
Chakravarthy, S., Velásquez, A. C., Ekengren, S. K., Collmer, Alan, Martin, Gregory B.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
23
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715–726
Endosome-Associated CRT1 Functions Early in Resistance Gene-Mediated Defense Signaling in Arabidopsis and Tobacco
2010.
Kang, H. G., Oh, C. S., Sato, M., Katagiri, F., Glazebrook, J., Takahashi, H., Kachroo, P., Martin, …
The Plant Cell.
22
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918–936
Virus-induced gene silencing (VIGS) in Nicotiana benthamiana and tomato
2009.
Velásquez, A. C., Chakravarthy, S., Martin, Gregory B.
Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE.
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Xanthomonas T3S Effector XopN Suppresses PAMP-Triggered Immunity and Interacts with a Tomato Atypical Receptor-Like Kinase and TFT1
2009.
Kim, J. G., Li, X., Roden, J. A., Taylor, K. W., Aakre, C. D., Su, B., Lalonde, S., Kirik, A., Chen,…
The Plant Cell.
21
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1305–1323
Deletions in the Repertoire of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 Type III Secretion Effector Genes Reveal Functional Overlap among Effectors
2009.
Kvitko, B. H., Park, D. H., Velásquez, A. C., Wei, C. F., Russell, A. B., Martin, Gregory B., Schne…
PLoS Pathogens.
5
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e1000388–e1000388
Virus-induced Gene Silencing (VIGS) in Nicotiana benthamiana and Tomato
2009.
Velásquez, A. C., Chakravarthy, S., Martin, Gregory B.
Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE.
28
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A Draft Genome Sequence of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato T1 Reveals a Type III Effector Repertoire Significantly Divergent from That of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000
2009.
Almeida, N. F., Yan, S., Lindeberg, Magdalen, Studholme, D. J., Schneider, D. J., Condon, B., Liu, H…
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
22
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52–62
Assay for Pathogen-Associated Molecular Pattern (PAMP)-Triggered Immunity (PTI) in Plants
2009.
Chakravarthy, S., Velásquez, A. C., Martin, Gregory B.
Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE.
31
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1330–1331
Advances in experimental methods for the elucidation of Pseudomonas syringae effector function with a focus on AvrPtoB
2009.
Munkvold, K. R., Martin, Gregory B.
Molecular Plant Pathology.
10
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777–793
Bacterial Effectors Target the Common Signaling Partner BAK1 to Disrupt Multiple MAMP Receptor-Signaling Complexes and Impede Plant Immunity
2008.
Shan, L., He, P., Li, J., Heese, A., Peck, S. C., Nürnberger, T., Martin, Gregory B., Sheen, J.
Cell Host & Microbe.
4
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17–27
A bacterial E3 ubiquitin ligase targets a host protein kinase to disrupt plant immunity
2007.
Rosebrock, T. R., Zeng, L., Brady, J. J., Abramovitch, R. B., Xiao, F., Martin, Gregory B.
Nature.
448
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370–374
The N-terminal region of Pseudomonas type III effector AvrPtoB elicits Pto-dependent immunity and has two distinct virulence determinants
2007.
Xiao, F., He, P., Abramovitch, R. B., Dawson, J. E., Nicholson, Linda K., Sheen, J., Martin, Gregory…
The Plant Journal.
52
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595–614
Pto- and Prf-Mediated Recognition of AvrPto and AvrPtoB Restricts the Ability of Diverse Pseudomonas syringae Pathovars to Infect Tomato
2007.
Lin, N. C., Martin, Gregory B.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
20
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806–815
A Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 mutant lacking the type III effector HopQ1-1 is able to cause disease in the model plant Nicotiana benthamiana
2007.
Wei, C. F., Kvitko, B. H., Shimizu, R., Crabill, E., Alfano, J. R., Lin, N. C., Martin, Gregory B., …
The Plant Journal.
51
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32–46
An NB-LRR protein required for HR signaling mediated by both extra- and intracellular resistance proteins
2007.
Gabriëls, S. HEJ, Vossen, J. H., Ekengren, S. K., Ooijen, G. V., Abd-El-Haliem, A. M., Berg, G. CMV…
The Plant Journal.
50
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14–28
Pseudomonas syringae Type III Effector AvrPtoB Is Phosphorylated in Plant Cells on Serine 258, Promoting Its Virulence Activity
2007.
Xiao, F., Giavalisco, P., Martin, Gregory B.
Journal of Biological Chemistry.
282
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30737–30744
DspA/E, a type III effector of Erwinia amylovora, is required for early rapid growth in Nicotiana benthamiana and causes NbSGT1-dependent cell death
2007.
Oh, C. S., Martin, Gregory B., Beer, S. V.
Molecular Plant Pathology.
8
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255–265
Identification and Characterization of Plant Genes Involved in Agrobacterium -Mediated Plant Transformation by Virus-Induced Gene Silencing
2007.
Anand, A., Vaghchhipawala, Z., Ryu, C. M., Kang, L., Wang, K., Del-Pozo, O., Martin, Gregory B., Mys…
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
20
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41–52
Manipulation of Plant Programmed Cell Death Pathways During Plant-Pathogen Interactions
2007.
Devarenne, T. P., Martin, Gregory B.
Plant Signaling and Behavior.
2
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188–190
Aconitase plays a role in regulating resistance to oxidative stress and cell death in Arabidopsis and Nicotiana benthamiana
2007.
Moeder, W., Del Pozo, O., Navarre, D. A., Martin, Gregory B., Klessig, Daniel F.
Plant Molecular Biology.
63
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273–287
A Bacterial Inhibitor of Host Programmed Cell Death Defenses Is an E3 Ubiquitin Ligase
2006.
Janjusevic, R., Abramovitch, R. B., Martin, Gregory B., Stebbins, C. E.
Science.
311
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222–226
Roles or Pseudomonas type III effectors AvrPto and AvrPtoB in promoting susceptibility in tomato
2006.
Martin, Gregory B., Abramovitch, R. B., Anderson, J. C., Lin, N. C.
PHYTOPATHOLOGY.
96
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S151–S151
Type III effector AvrPtoB requires intrinsic E3 ubiquitin ligase activity to suppress plant cell death and immunity
2006.
Abramovitch, R. B., Janjusevic, R., Stebbins, C. E., Martin, Gregory B.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
103
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2851–2856
Comparative Genomics of Host-Specific Virulence in Pseudomonas syringae
2006.
Sarkar, S. F., Gordon, J. S., Martin, Gregory B., Guttman, D. S.
Genetics.
174
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1041–1056
Adi3 is a Pdk1-interacting AGC kinase that negatively regulates plant cell death
2006.
Devarenne, T. P., Ekengren, S. K., Pedley, K. F., Martin, Gregory B.
The EMBO Journal.
25
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255–265
A novel link between tomato GRAS genes, plant disease resistance and mechanical stress response
2006.
Mayrose, M., Ekengren, S. K., Melech-Bonfil, S., Martin, Gregory B., Sessa, G.
Molecular Plant Pathology.
7
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593–604
Specific Bacterial Suppressors of MAMP Signaling Upstream of MAPKKK in Arabidopsis Innate Immunity
2006.
He, P., Shan, L., Lin, N. C., Martin, Gregory B., Kemmerling, B., Nürnberger, T., Sheen, J.
Cell.
125
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563–575
Bacterial elicitation and evasion of plant innate immunity
2006.
Abramovitch, R. B., Anderson, J. C., Martin, Gregory B.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology.
7
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601–611
Whole-Genome Expression Profiling Defines the HrpL Regulon of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000, Allows de novo Reconstruction of the Hrp cis Element, and Identifies Novel Coregulated Genes
2006.
Ferreira, A. O., Myers, C. R., Gordon, J. S., Martin, Gregory B., Vencato, M., Collmer, Alan, Wehlin…
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
19
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1167–1179
Diverse AvrPtoB Homologs from Several Pseudomonas syringae Pathovars Elicit Pto-Dependent Resistance and Have Similar Virulence Activities
2006.
Lin, N. C., Abramovitch, R. B., Kim, Y. J., Martin, Gregory B.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
72
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702–712
Host-Mediated Phosphorylation of Type III Effector AvrPto Promotes Pseudomonas Virulence and Avirulence in Tomato
2006.
Anderson, J. C., Pascuzzi, P. E., Xiao, F., Sessa, G., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Cell.
18
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502–514
Ancient signals: comparative genomics of plant MAPK and MAPKK gene families
2006.
Hamel, L. P., Nicole, M. C., Sritubtim, S., Morency, M. J., Ellis, M., Ehlting, J., Beaudoin, N., Ba…
Trends in Plant Science.
11
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192–198
Gene Profiling of a Compatible Interaction Between Phytophthora infestans and Solanum tuberosum Suggests a Role for Carbonic Anhydrase
2005.
Restrepo, S., Myers, K. L., Del Pozo, O., Martin, Gregory B., Hart, A. L., Buell, C. R., Fry, Willia…
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
18
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913–922
Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato type III effectors AvrPto and AvrPtoB promote ethylene-dependent cell death in tomato
2005.
Cohn, J. R., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology.
44
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139–154
Role of mitogen-activated protein kinases in plant immunity
2005.
Pedley, K. F., Martin, Gregory B.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology.
8
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541–547
An avrPto/avrPtoB Mutant of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 Does Not Elicit Pto-Mediated Resistance and Is Less Virulent on Tomato
2005.
Lin, N. C., Martin, Gregory B.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
18
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AvrPtoB: a bacterial type III effector that both elicits and suppresses programmed cell death associated with plant immunity
2005.
Abramovitch, R. B., Martin, Gregory B.
FEMS microbiology letters.
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Calmodulin-like Proteins from Arabidopsis and Tomato are Involved in Host Defense Against Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato
2005.
Chiasson, D., Ekengren, S. K., Martin, Gregory B., Dobney, S. L., Snedden, W. A.
Plant Molecular Biology.
58
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887–897
Transcriptome and Selected Metabolite Analyses Reveal Multiple Points of Ethylene Control during Tomato Fruit Development
2005.
Alba, R., Payton, P., Fei, Zhangjun, McQuinn, R., Debbie, P., Martin, Gregory B., Tanksley, S. D., G…
The Plant Cell.
17
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2954–2965
PeerGAD: a peer-review-based and community-centric web application for viewing and annotating prokaryotic genome sequences
2004.
D'Ascenzo, M. D., Collmer, Alan, Martin, Gregory B.
Nucleic Acids Research.
32
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Identification and Expression Profiling of Tomato Genes Differentially Regulated During a Resistance Response to Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria
2004.
Gibly, A., Bonshtien, A., Balaji, V., Debbie, P., Martin, Gregory B., Sessa, G.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
17
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Strategies used by bacterial pathogens to suppress plant defenses
2004.
Abramovitch, R. B., Martin, Gregory B.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology.
7
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356–364
Pseudomonas syringae pathogenicity explored from the perspective of type III secretion systems and comparative genomics
2004.
Collmer, A., Alfano, J. R., Buell, C. R., Cartinhour, S., Chatterjee, A. K., Martin, Gregory B., Sch…
PHYTOPATHOLOGY.
94
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Identification of MAPKs and Their Possible MAPK Kinase Activators Involved in the Pto-mediated Defense Response of Tomato
2004.
Pedley, K. F., Martin, Gregory B.
Journal of Biological Chemistry.
279
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The Solution Structure of Type III Effector Protein AvrPto Reveals Conformational and Dynamic Features Important for Plant Pathogenesis
2004.
Wulf, J., Pascuzzi, P. E., Fahmy, A., Martin, Gregory B., Nicholson, Linda K.
Structure (London, England : 1993).
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Silencing of subfamily I of protein phosphatase 2A catalytic subunits results in activation of plant defense responses and localized cell death
2004.
He, X., Anderson, J. C., Del Pozo, O., Gu, Y. Q., Tang, X., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Journal.
38
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563–577
MAPKKKα is a positive regulator of cell death associated with both plant immunity and disease
2004.
Del Pozo, O., Pedley, K. F., Martin, Gregory B.
The EMBO Journal.
23
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3072–3082
Applications and advantages of virus-induced gene silencing for gene function studies in plants
2004.
Burch-Smith, T. M., Anderson, J. C., Martin, Gregory B., Dinesh-Kumar, S. P.
The Plant Journal.
39
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734–746
Comprehensive EST analysis of tomato and comparative genomics of fruit ripening
2004.
Fei, Zhangjun, Tang, X., Alba, R. M., White, J. A., Ronning, C. M., Martin, Gregory B., Tanksley, S.…
The Plant Journal.
40
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ESTs, cDNA microarrays, and gene expression profiling: Tools for dissecting plant physiology and development
2004.
Alba, R., Fei, Zhangjun, Payton, P., Liu, Y., Moore, S. L., Debbie, P., Cohn, J., D'Ascenzo, M., Gor…
The Plant Journal.
39
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Overexpression of the Disease Resistance Gene Pto in Tomato Induces Gene Expression Changes Similar to Immune Responses in Human and Fruitfly
2003.
Mysore, K. S., D'Ascenzo, M. D., He, X., Martin, Gregory B.
Plant Physiology.
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Understanding the Functions of Plant Disease Resistance Proteins
2003.
Martin, Gregory B., Bogdanove, A. J., Sessa, G.
Annual Review of Plant Biology.
54
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The complete genome sequence of the Arabidopsis and tomato pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000
2003.
Buell, C. R., Joardar, V., Lindeberg, Magdalen, Selengut, J., Paulsen, I. T., Gwinn, M. L., Dodson, …
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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The Tomato Transcription Factor Pti4 Regulates Defense-Related Gene Expression via GCC Box and Non-GCC Box cis Elements
2003.
Chakravarthy, S., Tuori, R. P., D'Ascenzo, M. D., Fobert, P. R., Després, C., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Cell.
15
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Molecular Basis of Pto-Mediated Resistance to Bacterial Speck Disease in Tomato
2003.
Pedley, K. F., Martin, Gregory B.
Annual Review of Phytopathology.
41
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215–243
Partial Resistance of Tomato to Phytophthora infestans Is Not Dependent upon Ethylene, Jasmonic Acid, or Salicylic Acid Signaling Pathways
2003.
Smart, Chris, Myers, K. L., Restrepo, S., Martin, Gregory B., Fry, William Earl
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
16
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Two MAPK cascades, NPR1, and TGA transcription factors play a role in Pto-mediated disease resistance in tomato
2003.
Ekengren, S. K., Liu, Y., Schiff, M., Dinesh-Kumar, S. P., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Journal.
36
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Pseudomonas type III effector AvrPtoB induces plant disease susceptibility by inhibition of host programmed cell death
2003.
Abramovitch, R. B., Kim, Y. J., Chen, S., Dickman, M. B., Martin, Gregory B.
The EMBO Journal.
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Tomato Transcription Factors Pti4, Pti5, and Pti6 Activate Defense Responses When Expressed in Arabidopsis
2002.
Gu, Y. Q., Wildermuth, M. C., Chakravarthy, S., Loh, Y. T., Yang, C., He, X., Han, Y., Martin, Grego…
The Plant Cell.
14
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Genomewide identification of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 promoters controlled by the HrpL alternative sigma factor
2002.
Fouts, D. E., Abramovitch, R. B., Alfano, J. R., Baldo, A. M., Buell, C. R., Cartinhour, S., Chatter…
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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Comprehensive transcript profiling of Pto- and Prf-mediated host defense responses to infection by Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato
2002.
Mysore, K. S., Crasta, O. R., Tuori, R. P., Folkerts, O., Swirsky, P. B., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Journal.
32
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Two Distinct Pseudomonas Effector Proteins Interact with the Pto Kinase and Activate Plant Immunity
2002.
Kim, Y. J., Lin, N. C., Martin, Gregory B.
Cell.
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Location and activity of members of a family of virPphA homologues in pathovars of Pseudomonas syringae and P. savastanoi
2002.
Jackson, R. W., Mansfield, J. W., Ammouneh, H., Dutton, L. C., Wharton, B., Ortiz-Barredo, A., Arnol…
Molecular Plant Pathology.
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The tobacco salicylic acid-binding protein 3 (SABP3) is the chloroplast carbonic anhydrase, which exhibits antioxidant activity and plays a role in the hypersensitive defense response
2002.
Slaymaker, D. H., Navarre, D. A., Clark, D., Del Pozo, O., Martin, Gregory B., Klessig, Daniel F.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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Deductions about the Number, Organization, and Evolution of Genes in the Tomato Genome Based on Analysis of a Large Expressed Sequence Tag Collection and Selective Genomic Sequencing
2002.
Van der Hoeven, R., Ronning, C., Giovannoni, James J., Martin, Gregory B., Tanksley, S.
The Plant Cell.
14
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Innate immunity in plants
2001.
Cohn, J., Sessa, G., Martin, Gregory B.
Current Opinion in Immunology.
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Arabidopsis genome sequence as a tool for functional genomics in tomato
2001.
Mysore, K. S., Tuori, R. P., Martin, Gregory B.
Genome Biology.
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Ancient origin of pathogen recognition specificity conferred by the tomato disease resistance gene Pto
2001.
Riely, B. K., Martin, Gregory B.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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Pti4 Is Induced by Ethylene and Salicylic Acid, and Its Product Is Phosphorylated by the Pto Kinase
2000.
Gu, Y. Q., Yang, C., Thara, V. K., Zhou, J., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Cell.
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Early events in AvrPto/Pto-Mediated activation of defense responses
2000.
Bogdanove, A. J., Gu, Y. Q., Nakajima, Y., Sessa, G., Martin, Gregory B.
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Signal recognition and transduction mediated by the tomato Pto kinase: a paradigm of innate immunity in plants
2000.
Sessa, G., Martin, Gregory B.
Microbes and Infection.
2
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AvrPto-dependent Pto-interacting proteins and AvrPto-interacting proteins in tomato
2000.
Bogdanove, A. J., Martin, Gregory B.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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Thr38 and Ser198 are Pto autophosphorylation sites required for the AvrPto-Pto-mediated hypersensitive response
2000.
Sessa, G., D'Ascenzo, M., Martin, Gregory B.
The EMBO Journal.
19
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The Pseudomonas AvrPto Protein Is Differentially Recognized by Tomato and Tobacco and Is Localized to the Plant Plasma Membrane
2000.
Shan, L. B., Thara, V. K., Martin, Gregory B., Zhou, J. M., Tang, X. Y.
The Plant Cell.
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The major site of the Pti1 kinase phosphorylated by the Pto kinase is located in the activation domain and is required for Pto-Pti1 physical interaction
2000.
Sessa, G., D'Ascenzo, M., Martin, Gregory B.
European Journal of Biochemistry.
267
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High-resolution linkage analysis and physical characterization of the EIX-responding locus in tomato
2000.
Ron, M., Kantety, R., Martin, Gregory B., Avidan, N., Eshed, Y., Zamir, D., Avni, A.
TAG. Theoretical and applied genetics. Theoretische und angewandte Genetik.
100
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Protein kinases in the plant defense response
2000.
Sessa, G., Martin, Gregory B.
Plant Microbe Interactions Advances in Botanical Research.
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Thr38 and Ser198 are Pto autophosphorylation sites required for the AvrPto-Pto-mediated hypersensitive response (vol 19, pg 2257, 2000)
2000.
Sessa, G., D'Ascenzo, M., Martin, Gregory B.
The EMBO Journal.
19
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3157–3157
Rapid transcript accumulation of pathogenesis-related genes during an incompatible interaction in bacterial speck disease-resistant tomato plants
1999.
Jia, Y., Martin, Gregory B.
Plant Molecular Biology.
40
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Pseudomonas syringae pv tomato induces the expression of tomato EREBP-like genes Pti4 and Pti5 independent of ethylene, salicylate and jasmonate
1999.
Thara, V. K., Tang, X. Y., Gu, Y. Q., Martin, Gregory B., Zhou, J. M.
The Plant Journal.
20
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Functional analysis of plant disease resistance genes and their downstream effectors
1999.
Martin, Gregory B.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology.
2
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Overexpression of P to Activates Defense Responses and Confers Broad Resistance
1999.
Tang, X., Xie, M., Kim, Y. J., Zhou, J., Klessig, Daniel F., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Cell.
11
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Molecular mechanisms involved in bacterial speck disease resistance of tomato
1998.
Gu, Y. Q., Martin, Gregory B.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
353
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Recognition Specificity for the Bacterial Avirulence Protein AvrPto Is Determined by Thr-204 in the Activation Loop of the Tomato Pto Kinase
1998.
Frederick, R. D., Thilmony, R. L., Sessa, G., Martin, Gregory B.
Molecular cell.
2
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241–245
Biochemical Properties of Two Protein Kinases Involved in Disease Resistance Signaling in Tomato
1998.
Sessa, G., D'Ascenzo, M., Loh, Y. T., Martin, Gregory B.
Journal of Biological Chemistry.
273
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Gene discovery for crop improvement
1998.
Martin, Gregory B.
Current Opinion in Biotechnology.
9
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Pathogen recognition and signal transduction by the Pto kinase
1998.
Zhou, J. M., Tang, X. Y., Frederick, R., Martin, Gregory B.
Journal of Plant Research.
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A Nitrilase-Like Protein Interacts with GCC Box DNA-Binding Proteins Involved in Ethylene and Defense Responses
1998.
Xu, P., Narasimhan, M. L., Samson, T., Coca, M. A., Huh, G. H., Zhou, J. M., Martin, Gregory B., Has…
Plant Physiology.
118
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867–874
The Myristylation Motif of Pto Is Not Required for Disease Resistance
1998.
Loh, Y. T., Zhou, J. M., Martin, Gregory B.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
11
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572–576
Signal recognition and transduction involved in plant disease resistance
1997.
Halterman, D. A., Martin, Gregory B.
ESSAYS IN BIOCHEMISTRY, VOL 32, 1997.
32
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Alleles of Pto and Fen occur in bacterial speck-susceptible and fenthion-insensitive tomato cultivars and encode active protein kinases
1997.
Jia, Y. L., Loh, Y. T., Zhou, J. M., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Cell.
9
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The Pto kinase conferring resistance to tomato bacterial speck disease interacts with proteins that bind a cis-element of pathogenesis-related genes
1997.
Zhou, J. M., Tang, X. Y., Martin, Gregory B.
The EMBO Journal.
16
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Initiation of Plant Disease Resistance by Physical Interaction of AvrPto and Pto Kinase
1996.
Tang, X. Y., Frederick, R. D., Zhou, J. M., Halterman, D. A., Jia, Y. L., Martin, Gregory B.
Science.
274
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The Pto kinase mediates a signaling pathway leading to the oxidative burst in tomato
1996.
Chandra, S., Martin, Gregory B., Low, P. S.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
93
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13393–13397
EXPRESSION OF THE TOMATO PTO GENE IN TOBACCO ENHANCES RESISTANCE TO PSEUDOMONAS-SYRINGAE PV TABACI EXPRESSING AVRPTO
1995.
THILMONY, R. L., CHEN, Z. T., BRESSAN, R. A., Martin, Gregory B.
The Plant Cell.
7
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1529–1536
The Pto Bacterial Resistance Gene and the Fen Insecticide Sensitivity Gene Encode Functional Protein Kinases with Serine/Threonine Specificity
1995.
LOH, Y. T., Martin, Gregory B.
Plant Physiology.
108
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1735–1739
The disease-resistance gene Pto and the fenthion-sensitivity gene fen encode closely related functional protein kinases
1995.
LOH, Y. T., Martin, Gregory B.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
92
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The tomato gene Pti1 encodes a serine/threonine kinase that is phosphorylated by Pto and is involved in the hypersensitive response
1995.
ZHOU, J. M., LOH, Y. T., BRESSAN, R. A., Martin, Gregory B.
Cell.
83
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Chromosome landing: a paradigm for map-based gene cloning in plants with large genomes
1995.
Tanksley, S. D., Ganal, M. W., Martin, Gregory B.
Trends in genetics : TIG.
11
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63–68
Molecular genetic analysis of the ripening-inhibitor and non-ripening loci of tomato: a first step in genetic map-based cloning of fruit ripening genes
1995.
Giovannoni, James J., Noensie, E. N., Ruezinsky, D. M., Lu, X., Tracy, S. L., Ganal, M. W., Martin, …
Molecular and General Genetics MGG.
248
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195–206
Chromosome 2-specific DNA clones from flow-sorted chromosomes of tomato
1994.
Arumuganathan, K., Martin, Gregory B., Telenius, H., Tanksley, S. D., Earle, E. D.
Molecular and General Genetics MGG.
242
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551–558
Map-based cloning in crop plants: tomato as a model system II. Isolation and characterization of a set of overlapping yeast artificial chromosomes encompassing the jointless locus
1994.
Zhang, H. B., Martin, Gregory B., Tanksley, S. D., Wing, R. A.
Molecular and General Genetics MGG.
244
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613–621
Analysis of the molecular basis of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato resistance in tomato
1994.
Martin, Gregory B.
Euphytica.
79
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187–193
A Member of the Tomato Pto Gene Family Confers Sensitivity to Fenthion Resulting in Rapid Cell Death
1994.
Martin, Gregory B., Frary, A., Wu, T., Brommonschenkel, S., Chunwongse, J., Earle, E. D., Tanksley, …
The Plant Cell.
6
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1543–1552
Pre-germination genotypic screening using PCR amplification of half-seeds
1993.
Chunwongse, J., Martin, Gregory B., Tanksley, S. D.
TAG. Theoretical and applied genetics. Theoretische und angewandte Genetik.
86
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694–698
High-Resolution Linkage Analysis and Physical Characterization of the Pto Bacterial Resistance Locus in Tomato
1993.
Martin, Gregory B., de Vicente, M., Carmen, M., Tanksley, S. D.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
6
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26–34
TOWARDS POSITIONAL CLONING OF THE PTO BACTERIAL-RESISTANCE LOCUS FROM TOMATO
1993.
Martin, Gregory B., DEVICENTE, C., GANAL, M., MILLER, L., TANKSLEY, S.
14
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451–455
Map-based cloning of a protein kinase gene conferring disease resistance in tomato
1993.
Martin, Gregory B., Brommonschenkel, S. H., Chunwongse, J., Frary, A., Ganal, M. W., Spivey, R., Wu,…
Science.
262
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Construction of a yeast artificial chromosome library of tomato and identification of cloned segments linked to two disease resistance loci
1992.
Martin, Gregory B., Ganal, M. W., Tanksley, S. D.
Molecular and General Genetics MGG.
233
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25–32
High density molecular linkage maps of the tomato and potato genomes
1992.
Tanksley, S. D., Ganal, M. W., Prince, J. P., De Vicente, M. C., Bonierbale, M. W., Broun, P., Fulto…
Genetics.
132
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Rapid identification of markers linked to a Pseudomonas resistance gene in tomato by using random primers and near-isogenic lines
1991.
Martin, Gregory B., Williams, J. GK, Tanksley, S. D.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
88
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2336–2340
Bradyrhizobium japonicum ntrBC/glnA and nifA/glnA Mutants: Further Evidence that Separate Regulatory Pathways Govern glnll Expression in Free-Living and Symbiotic Cells
1991.
Martin, Gregory B., Chelm, B. K.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.
4
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Bradyrhizobium japonicum glnB, a putative nitrogen-regulatory gene, is regulated by NtrC at tandem promoters
1989.
Martin, Gregory B., THOMASHOW, M. F., CHELM, B. K.
Journal of Bacteriology.
171
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5638–5645
Role of the Bradyrhizobium japonicum ntrC gene product in differential regulation of the glutamine synthetase II gene (glnII)
1988.
Martin, Gregory B., CHAPMAN, K. A., CHELM, B. K.
Journal of Bacteriology.
170
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5452–5459
Landraces of Phaseolus vulgaris (Fabaceae) in Northern Malawi. II. Generation and maintenance of variability
1987.
Martin, Gregory B., ADAMS, M. W.
Economic Botany.
41
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204–215
Landraces ofPhaseolus vulgaris (Fabaceae) in Northern Malawi. I. Regional variation
1987.
Martin, Gregory B., ADAMS, M. W.
Economic Botany.
41
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190–203
Differential transcription of the two glutamine synthetase genes of Bradyrhizobium japonicum
1987.
CARLSON, T. A., Martin, Gregory B., CHELM, B. K.
Journal of Bacteriology.
169
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