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Expression Profiling of Plant Disease Resistance Pathways Project
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Underlined: supported by NSF 2010 projects, " Arabidopsis 2010: Global Analysis of Plant Disease Resistance Pathways" (0114783, 0519898, and 0929226).
Underlined*: supported by prior NSF 2010 project, "A functional analysis of the Arabidopsis genome via gene disruption and global gene expression analysis" (9872638), to S. Somerville and completed after 2001.

1. Asai, T., G. Tena, J. Plotnikova, M.R. Willmann, W.-L. Chiu, L. Gomez-Gomez, T. Boller, F.M. Ausubel and J. Sheen (2002) MAP kinase signaling cascade in Arabidopsis innate immunity. Nature 415:977-983.

2. Bittner, M., R. Butow, J. DeRisi, M. Diehn, J. Eberwine, C.B. Epstein, R. Glynne, S. Grimmond, T. Ideker, J.E. Kacharmina, S. Katsabanis, J. Khan, J. Lee, C.L. Liu, P. Marciano, F.M. Marincola, T. McIntosh, D. Monte*, J.R. Pollack, V. Rhodius, S. Somerville, E. Tom, E. Wang, J.S. Wei, D. Wilhite, and S. Ybarra (2002) Expression analysis of RNA. In: DNA Microarrays: A Molecular Cloning Manual (D. Botwell and J. Sambrook, eds.) Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. pp. 101-288.

3. Childs, G., J. DeRisi, T. Harris, A. Holloway, B.-H. Hou*, A. Massimi, M. Murphy and S. Somerville (2002) Printing spotted glass microarrays. In: DNA Microarrays: A Molecular Cloning Manual (D. Botwell and J. Sambrook, eds.) Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. pp. 61-100.

4. Cui, J., G. Jander, L. Racki, P.D. Kim, N.E. Pierce and F.M. Ausubel (2002) Signals involved in Arabidopsis resistance to Trichoplusia ni caterpillars induced by virulent and avirulent strains of the phytopathogen Pseudomonas syringae. Plant Physiology 129:551-564.

5. Jackson, R.B., C.R. Linder, M. Lynch, M. Purugganan, S. Somerville and S. Thayer* (2002) Linking molecular insight and ecological research. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17:409-414.

6. Klok, E.J., I. Wilson, D. Wilson, S.C. Chapman, R.M. Ewing*, R. Dolferus, W.J. Peacock, S.C. Somerville and E.S. Dennis (2002) Expression profile analysis of the low oxygen response in Arabidopsis root cultures. The Plant Cell 14:2181-2494.

7. Ramonell, K.M., B. Zhang, R.M. Ewing, Y. Chen, D. Xu, G. Stacey and S. Somerville (2002) Microarray analysis of chitin elicitation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Molecular Plant Pathology 3:301-311.

8. Ramonell, K.M. and S. Somerville (2002) The genomics parade of pathogen responses: To infinity and beyond. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 5:291-294.

9. Zhang, B., K. Ramonell, S. Somerville and G. Stacey (2002) Characterization of early, chitin-induced gene expression in Arabidopsis. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 15:963-970.

10. Alonso, J.M., A. N. Stepanova, R. Solano, E. Wisman, S. Ferrari, F. M. Ausubel and J.R. Ecker (2003) New components of the ethylene signaling pathway uncovered by a novel mutant screen. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 100:2992-2997.

11. Cartieaux, F., M.-C. Thibaud, L. Zimmerli*, P. Lessard, C. Sarrobert, P. David, A. Gerbaud, C. Robaglia, S. Somerville and L. Nussaume (2003) Transcriptome analysis of Arabidopsis colonized by a plant-growth promoting rhizobacterium reveals a general effect on disease resistance. Plant Journal 36:177-188.

12. Collins, N., H. Thordal-Christensen, V. Lipka, S. Bau, E. Kombrink, M. Stein, R. Hückelhoven, S. Somerville and P. Schulze-Lefert (2003) Conserved SNARE secretion machinery components mediate cell wall penetration resistance against powdery mildew plant pathogens. Nature 425:973-977.

13. Ferrari, S., D. Vairo, F.M. Ausubel, F. Cervone and G. De Lorenzo (2003) Differentially regulated Arabidopsis polygalacturonase-inhibiting protein (PGIP) genes encode functional inhibitors capable of limiting fungal infection. The Plant Cell 15:93-106.

14. Ferrari, S., J. Plotnikova, G. DeLorenzo and F.M. Ausubel (2003) Arabidopsis local resistance to Botrytis cinerea involves salicylic acid and camalexin and requires EDS4 and PAD2, but not SID2, EDS5 or PAD4. Plant Journal 35:193-205.

15. Nishimura, M., M. Stein, B.-H. Hou, J. Vogel, H. Edwards and S. Somerville (2003) Loss of a callose synthase results in salicylic acid-dependent disease resistance. Science 301:969-972.

16. Schenk, P.M., K. Kazan, J.M. Manners, J.P. Anderson, B. Simpson, I. Wilson*, S.C. Somerville and D.J. Maclean (2003) Systemic gene expression in Arabidopsis during an incompatible interaction with Alternaria brassicicola. Plant Physiology 132:999-1010.

17. Durrant, W. and X. Dong (2004) Systemic Acquired Resistance. Annual Review of Phytopathology 42:185-209.

18. Rojo, E., R. Martin, C. Carter, J. Zouhar, S. Pan, J. Plotnikova, H. Jin, M. Paneque, J.J. Sanchez-Serrano, B. Baker, F.M. Ausubel and N. Raikhel (2004) VPEg exhibits a caspase-like activity and triggers defense against pathogens. Current Biology 14:1897-1906.

19. Vorwerk, S., S. Somerville and C. Somerville (2004) The role of plant cell wall polysaccharide composition in disease resistance. Trends in Plant Science 9:203-209.

20. Zimmerli, L*., and S. Somerville (2004) Transcriptomics in plants: From expression to gene function. In: Plant Functional Genomics (D. Leister, ed.), Haworth Food Products Press, Binghamton, NY. pp. 55-84.

21. Ausubel, F.M. (2005) Are innate immune signaling pathways in plants and animals conserved? Nature Immunology 6:973-979.

22. Bais, H.P., B. Prithiviraj, A.K. Jha, F.M. Ausubel and J.M. Vivanco (2005) Mediation of pathogen resistance by exudation of antimicrobials from roots. Nature 434:217-221.

23. Chang, J.H., J.M. Urbach, T.F. Law, L.W. Arnold, A. Hu, S. Gombar, S.R. Grant, F.M. Ausubel and J.L. Dangl (2005) A high-throughput, near-saturating screen for type III effector genes from Pseudomonas syringae. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 102:2549-2554.

24. Cui, J., A.K. Bahrami, E.G. Pringle, G. Hernandez-Guzman, C.L. Bender, N.E. Pierce and F.M. Ausubel (2005) Pseudomonas syringae manipulates systemic plant defenses against pathogens and herbivores. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 102:1791-1796.

25. Diener, A. C. and F.M. Ausubel (2005) RESISTANCE TO FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM 1, a dominant Arabidopsis disease-resistance gene, is not race specific. Genetics 171:305-321.

26. Lipka, V., J. Dittgen, P. Bednarek, R. Bhat, M. Wiemer, M. Stein, J. Landtag, W. Brandt, S. Rosahl, D. Scheel, F. Llorente, A. Molina, J. Parker, S. Somerville, and P. Schulze-Lefert (2005) Pre- and post-invasion defenses both contribute to nonhost resistance in Arabidopsis. Science 301:1180-1183.

27. Mission, J., K.G. Roghothama, A. Jain, J. Jouhet, M.A. Block, R. Bligny, P. Ortet, A. Creff, S. Somerville, N. Rolland, P. Doumas, P. Nacry, L. Herrerra-Estrella, L. Nussaume, and M.-C. Thibaud (2005) A genome-wide transcriptional analysis using Arabidopsis thaliana Affymetrix gene chips determined plant responses to phosphate deprivation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 102:11934-11939.

28. Ramonell, K., M. Berrocal-Lobo, S. Koh, J. Wan, H. Edwards, G. Stacey, and S. Somerville (2005) Loss-of-function mutations in chitin responsive genes show increased susceptibility to the powdery mildew pathogen, Erysiphe cichoracearum. Plant Physiology 138:1027-1036.

29. Wang, D., N.D. Weaver, M. Kesarwani, and X. Dong (2005) Induction of protein secretory pathway is required for systemic acquired resistance. Science 308:1036-1040.

30. Bindschedler, L.V., J. Dewdney, K.A. Blee, J.M. Stone, T. Asai, J. Plotnikov, C. Denoux, T. Hayes, C. Gerrish, D.R. Davies, F.M. Ausubel, and G.P. Bolwell (2006) Peroxidase-dependent apoplastic oxidative burst in Arabidopsis required for pathogen resistance. Plant Journal 47:851-863.

31. Consonni, C., M.E. Humphry, H.A. Hartmann, M. Livaja, J. Durner, L. Westphal, J. Vogel, V. Lipka, B. Kemmerling, P. Schulze-Lefert, S.C. Somerville, and R. Panstruga (2006) Conserved requirement for a plant host cell protein in powdery mildew pathogenesis. Nature Genetics 38:716-720.

32. Hernández-Blanco, C., D.X. Feng, J. Hu, A. Sánchez-Vallet, L. Deslandes, F. Llorente, M. Berrocal-Lobo, H. Keller, X. Barlet, C. Sánchez-Rodríguez, L.K. Anderson, S. Somerville, Y. Marco, and A. Molina (2006) Impairment of cellulose synthases required for Arabidopsis secondary cell wall formation enhances disease resistance. The Plant Cell 19:890-903.

33. Koh, S., and S. Somerville (2006) Show and tell: Cell biology of pathogen invasion. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 9:406-13.

34. Mosher, R.A., W.E. Durrant, D. Wang, J. Song, and X. Dong (2006) A comprehensive structure-function analysis of SNI1 defines essential regions and transcriptional repressor activity. The Plant Cell 18:1750-65.

35. Stein, M., J. Dittgen, C. Sánchez-Rodriguez, B.-H. Hou, A. Molina, P. Schulze-Lefert, V. Lipka, and S. Somerville (2006) Arabidopsis PEN3/PDR8, an ATP binding cassette transporter, contributes to nonhost resistance to inappropriate pathogens that enter by direct penetration. The Plant Cell 18:731-746.

36. Wang, D., N. Amornsiripanitch, and X. Dong (2006) A genomic approach to identifying regulatory nodes in the transcriptional network of systemic acquired resistance in plants. PLoS Pathogens 2(11):e123 (cover story).

37. Espinoza, G., C. Medina, S. Somerville, P. Arce-Johnson. (2007) Senescence-associated genes induced during compatible viral interactions with grapevine and Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Biology 58:3197-3212.

38. Ferrari, S., R. Galletti, C. Denoux, G. De Lorenzo, F.M. Ausubel, J. Dewdney (2007) Resistance to Botrytis cinerea induced in Arabidopsis by elicitors is independent of salicylic acid, ethylene or jasmonate signaling but requires PHYTOALEXIN DEFICIENT3. Plant Physiology 144:367-369.

39. Kesarwani, M., J. Yoo, and X. Dong (2007) Genetic interactions of TGA transcription factors in the regulation of pathogenesis-related genes and disease resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 144:336-46.

40. Sato, M., R.M. Mitra, J. Coller, W. Wang, N.W. Spivey, J. Dewdney, C. Denoux, J. Glazebrook, and F. Katagiri (2007) A high-performance, small-scale microarray for expression profiling of many samples in Arabidopsis-pathogen studies. The Plant Journal 49:565-577.

41. Vorwerk, S., C. Schiff, M. Santamaria, S. Koh, M. Nishimura, J. Vogel, C. Somerville, and S. Somerville (2007) EDR2 negatively regulates salicylic acid-based defenses and cell death during powdery mildew infections of Arabidopsis thaliana. BMC Plant Biology 7:35.

42. Wang, D., K. Pajerowska-Mukhtar, and X. Dong (2007) Salicylic acid inhibits pathogen growth in plants through repression of the auxin signaling pathway. Current Biology 17:1784-1790.

43. Chang, C.-S., Y.-H. Li, L.-T. Chen, W.-C. Chen, W.-P. Hsieh, J. Shin, W.-N. Jane, S.-J. Chou, G. Choi, J.-M. Hu, S. Somerville, S.-H. Wu,* (2008) LZF1, a HY-5-regulated transcriptional factor, functions in Arabidopsis de-etiolation. The Plant Journal 54:205-219.

44. Denoux, C., R. Galletti, N. Mammarella, S. Gopalan, D. Werck, G. De Lorenzo, S. Ferrari, F. M. Ausubel, J.Dewdney. (2008) Activation of Defense Response Pathways by OGs and Flg22 Elicitors in Arabidopsis Seedlings. Molecular Plant 1:423-445.

45. Denoux, C., R. Galletti, S. Ferrari, W. Songnuan, C. Danna, Y. Millet, N. Clay, S. Gopalan, G. De Lorenzo, J. Dewdney, and F.M. Ausubel (2008) Paper 87. Characterization of Arabidopsis MAMP response pathways. In: Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Volume 6. (M. Lorito, S.L. Woo, and F. Scala, eds.) International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, St. Paul, MN.

46. Fabro, G., J. A. Di Rienzo, C. Voigt, T. Savchenko, K. Dehesh, S. Somerville, M. E. Álvarez (2008) Genome-wide expression profiling Arabidopsis thaliana at the stage of Golovinomyces cichoracearum haustorium formation. Plant Physiology 146:1421-1439.

47. Galletti, R., C. Denoux, S. Gambetta, J. Dewdney, F.M. Ausubel, G. De Lorenzo, and S. Ferrari (2008) The AtrbohD-mediated oxidative burst elicited by oligogalacturonides in Arabidopsis thaliana is dispensable for the activation of defense responses effective against Botrytis cinerea. Plant Physiology 148:1695-1706.

48. Songnuan, W., Y. Millet, C. Denoux, N. Clay, and F.M. Ausubel (2008) Paper 88. A seedling assay for MAMP signaling and infection studies In: Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Volume 6. (M. Lorito, S.L. Woo, and F. Scala, eds.) International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, St. Paul, MN.

49. Tada, Y., S. H. Spoel, K. Pajerowska-Mukhtar, Z. Mou, J. Song, C. Wang, J. Zuo, X. Dong (2008) Plant immunity requires conformational changes of NPR1 via S-nitrosylation and thioredoxins. Science 321:952-956.

50. Zhang, Z., A. Lenk, M. X. Andersson, T. Gjetting, C. Pedersen, M. E. Nielsen, P. Hagedorn, B.-H. Hou, S. C. Somerville, H. Thordal-Christensen (2008) A lesion-mimic syntaxin double mutant in Arabidopsis reveals novel complexity of pathogen defense signaling. Molecular Plant 1:510-527.

51. Zimmerli, L., B.-H. Hou, C.-H. Tsai, G. Jakab, B. Mauch-Mani, S. Somerville (2008) The xenobiotic beta-aminobutyric acid enhances Arabidopsis thermotolerance. The Plant Journal 53:144-156.

52. Clay, N.K., A.M. Adio, C. Denoux, G. Jander, and F.M. Ausubel (2009) Glucosinolate metabolites required for an Arabidopsis immune response. Science, 323:95-101

53. Chandran, D., Y.C. Tai, G. Hather, J. Dewdney, C. Denoux, D.G. Burgess, F.M. Ausubel, T.P. Speed, and M.C. Wildermuth (2009) Temporal global expression data reveals known and novel salicylate-impacted processes and regulators mediating powdery mildew growth and reproduction on Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 149:1435-1451.

54. Spoel, S .H., Z. Mou, N. W. Spivey, Y. Tada, P. Genschik, X. Dong (2009) Proteasome-mediated turnover of the transcription co-activator NPR1 plays dual roles in regulating plant immunity. Cell 137:860-872.

55. Sánchez-Rodríguez, C., J. M. Estévez, F. Llorente, C. Hernández-Blanco, I. Pagán, M. Berrocal, Y. Marco, S. Somerville, A. Molina (2009) The ERECTA receptor-like kinase regulates cell wall-mediated resistance to pathogens in Arabidopsis thaliana. Molec. Plant-Microbe Interact. 22:953-963.

56. Dong, X. and R. Kahmann (2009) Battle for survival: plants and their allies and enemies. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 12:387–389.

57. Hématy, K., C. Cherk, S. C. Somerville (2009) Host-pathogen warfare at the plant cell wall. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 12:406-413.

58. Saijo, Y., N. Tintor, X. Lu, P. Rauf, K. Pajerowska-Mukhtar, H. Häweker, X. Dong, S. Robatzek, and P. Schulze-Lefert (2009) Receptor quality control in the endoplasmic reticulum for plant innate immunity. EMBO Journal 28:3439-3449

59. Pajerowska-Mukhtar, K. and X. Dong (2009) A kiss of death- proteasome-mediated membrane fusion and programmed cell death in plant defense against bacterial infection. Genes & Development 23:2449-2454.

60. Millet, Y., C. H. Danna, N. K. Clay, W. Songnuan, M. D. Simon, D. Werck-Reichhart and F. M.
Ausubel (2010) MAMP-activated innate immune responses in Arabidopsis roots. Plant Cell 22:973-90.

61. Wang, S., Durrant, W. E., Song, J., Spivey, N. W., and Dong X. (2010). The Arabidopsis BRCA2 and RAD51 proteins are specifically involved in defense gene transcription during plant immune responses. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 107:22716–22721.

62. Chen,L.Q., Hou, B.H., Lalonde, S., Takanaga, H., Hartung, M.L., Qu, X.Q., Guo, W.J., Kim, J.-G., Underwood, W., Chaudhuri, B., Chermak, D., Antony, G., White, F.F., Somerville, S.C., Mudgett, M.B., Frommer, W.B. (2010) Sugar transporters for intercellular exchange and nutrition of pathogens. Nature 468, 527-532.

63. Caldelari, D., Wang, G., Farmer, E. E., and Dong, X. (2011). Inflorescence meristem arrest defects and male infertility in Arabidopsis lox3 lox4 double mutants. Plant Molecular Biology 75:25–33.

64. Wang, D. and Dong, X. (2011). A highway for war and peace: the secretory pathway in plant-microbe interactions. Mol. Plant 4:581-587

65. Wang, W., Barnaby, J. Y., Tada, Y., Li, H., Tör, M., Caldelari, D., Lee, D., Fu, X.-D., and Dong X. (2011) Timing of plant immune responses by a central circadian regulator. Nature 470:110-114.

66. Whiteman, N. K., S. C. Groen, D. Chevasco, A. Bear, N. Beckwith, T. R. Gregory, C. Denoux, N. Mammarella, F. M. Ausubel, N. E. Pierce (2011) Mining the plant-herbivore interface with a leafmining drosophilid fly of Arabidopsis. Molecular Ecology 20: 995–1014.

67. Danna, C.H., Y.A. Millet, T. Koller, S.-W. Han, P.C. Ronald, A.F. Bent and F.M. Ausubel (2011) The Arabidopsis flagellin receptor FLS2 mediates the perception of Xanthomonas ax21 secreted peptides. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 108:9286-9281.

68. Yao, Y*., C.H. Danna*, F.J. Zemp, V. Titov, O. Ciftci, R. Przybylski, F.M. Ausubel and I. Kovalchuk (2011) UV-C irradiated plants emit volatiles that trigger genomic instability in neighboring plants. Plant Cell 23:3842-3852. PMCID: PMC3229153 (*) co-first authors. doi: 10.1105/tpc.111.089003

69. Underwood, W., Koh, S., Somerville, S.C. (2011) Visualizing cellular dynamics in plant-microbe interactions using fluorescent-tagged proteins. Methods in Molecular Biology: The Plant Immune Response. Vol 712. (J. McDowell, ed.) Humana Press Inc., Totowa, N.J. Pp. 283-291. doi: 10.1007/978-1-61737-998-7_21

70. Manabe, Y., Nafisi, M., Verhertbruggen, Y., Orfila, C., Gille, S., Rautengarten, C., Cherk, C., Marcus, S., Somerville, S., Pauly, M., Knox, J.P., Sakuragi, Y., Scheller, H.V. (2011) Loss-of-Function mutation of REDUCED WALL ACETYLATION 2 in Arabidopsis leads to reduced cell wall acetylation and increased resistance to Botrytis cinerea. Plant Physiology 155, 1068-1078 (First published on January 6, 2011) 10.1104/pp.110.168989

71. Delgado-Cerezo, M., Sanchez-Rodriguez, C., Escudero, V., Miedes, E., Fernandez, P., Jorda, L., Hernandez-Blanco, C., Sanchez-Vallet, A., Bednarek, P., Schulze-Lefert, P., Somerville, S., Estevez, J., Persson, S., Molina, A. (2011) Arabidopsis Heterotrimeric G-protein regulates cell wall defense and resistance to necrotrophic fungi. Molecular Plant; doi: 10.1093/mp/ssr082

72. Daudi, A., Z. Cheng, J. O’Brien, N. Mammarella, N. Sykes, S. Khan, F.M. Ausubel and G.P. Bolwell (2012) The apoplastic oxidative burst in Arabidopsis is a major component of pattern triggered immunity. Plant Cell 24:275-287. PMCID: PMC3289579. doi: 10.1105/tpc.111.093039

73. O’Brien, J.A., A. Daudi, P. Finch, V.S. Butt, J.P. Whitelegge, P. Souda, F.M. Ausubel and G.P. Bolwell (2012) A peroxidase-dependent apoplastic oxidative burst in cultured Arabidopsis cells functions in MAMP-elicited defence. Plant Physiology 158:2013-2017. PMCID: PMC3320203. doi: 10.1104/pp.111.190140

74. Yao, Y., C.H. Danna, F.M. Ausubel and I. Kovalchuk (2012) Perception of volatiles produced by UVC-irradiated plants alters the response to viral infection in naïve neighboring plants. Plant Signaling and Behavior, 7:741-745. doi: 10.4161/psb.20406

75. Whiteman, N.K., A. D. Gloss, T. R. Sackton, S.C. Groen, P.T. Humphrey, R. Lapoint, I. Sønderby, B.A. Halkier, C. Kocks, F.M. Ausubel, and N.E. Pierce (2012). Genes involved in the evolution of herbivory by a leaf-mining, drosophilid fly. Genome Biology and Evolution, 4:788-804. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evs063

76. Danna, C.H., X.-C. Zhang, A. Khatri, A.F. Bent, P.C. Ronald and F.M. Ausubel (2012) FLS2-mediated responses to ax21-derived peptides: Response to the Mueller et al. Commentary. Plant Cell 24:3174-3176. PMCID: PMC3462622
77. Zheng, X.-y., Spivey, N. W., Zeng, W., Liu P.-P., Fu, Z.-Q., Klessig, D. F., He, S.-Y., and Dong, X. (2012). Coronatine promotes Pseudomonas syringae virulence in plants by activating a signaling cascade that inhibits salicylic acid accumulation. Cell Host & Microbe 11: 587–596. doi:10.1016/j.chom.2012.04.014

78. Spoel, S. H., and Dong, X. (2012). How do plants achieve immunity? Defence without specialized immune cells. Nature Reviews Immunology 12: 89 – 100. doi: 10.1038/nri3141

79. Mukhtar K., Wang, W., Tada, Y., Oka, N., Tucker, C., Fonseca, J., Dong, X. (2012). The HSF-like transcription factor TBF1 is a major molecular switch for plant growth-to-defense transition. Current Biology 22:103 – 112. NIHMS352852. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2011.12.015. Epub 2012 Jan 12

80. Moreno, A. A., Mukhtar, M. S., Blanco, F., Boatwright, J. L., Moreno, I., Jordan, M., Chen, Y., Brandizzi, F., Dong, X., Orellana, A., Mukhtar, K. (2012). IRE1/bZIP60-mediated unfolded protein response plays distinct roles in plant immunity and abiotic stress responses. PLoS One 7:1-15.  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0031944. Epub 2012 Feb 16

81. Djonovic, S., J.M. Urbach, E. Drenkard, J. Bush, R. Feinbaum, J.L. Ausubel, D. Traficante, M. Risech, C. Kocks, M.A. Fischbach, G.P. Priebe, and F.M. Ausubel (2013) Trehalose biosynthesis promotes Pseudomonas aeruginosa pathogenicity in plants.  PLoS Pathogens9: e1003217. doi: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1003217

82. Fu, Z.Q., Yan, S., Saleh, A., Wang, W., Ruble, J., Oka, N., Mohan, R., Spoel, S. H., Tada, Y., Zheng, N., and Dong, X. (2012). NPR3 and NPR4 are receptors for the immune signal salicylic acid in plants, Nature 486:228-232. doi:10.1038/nature11162

83. Fu, Z.Q., and Dong, X. (2013). Systemic Acquired Resistance: Turning Local Infection into Global Defense, Annual Review of Plant Biology , 64:839-863. doi: 10.1146/annurev-arplant-042811-105606. Epub 2013 Jan 25

84. Chen, X., Barnaby, J. Y., Sreedharan, A., Huang, X., Orbovi?, V., Grosserc, J. W., Wang, N., Dong, X., Song, W.-Y. (2013). Over-expression of the citrus gene CtNH1 confers resistance to bacterial canker disease, Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 84:115-122. doi:10.1016/j.pmpp.2013.07.002

85. Blümke, A., Somerville, S.C., Voigt, C.A. (2013) Transient expression of the Arabidopsis thaliana callose synthase PMR4 increases penetration resistance to powdery mildew in barley. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology 4:810-813. dx.doi.org/10.4236/abb.2013.48106.

86. Yan, S., Wang, W., Marques, J., Mohan, R., Saleh, A., Durrant, W.E., Song, J., Dong, X. (2013). Salicylic Acid Activates DNA Damage Responses to Potentiate Plant Immunity, Molecular Cell 52: 602-610. doi: 10.1016/j.molcel.2013.09.019. Epub 2013 Oct 24.

87. Underwood, W., Somerville, S.C. (2013) Perception of conserved pathogen elicitors at the plasma membrane leads to relocalization of the Arabidopsis PEN3 transporter. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 110: 12492-12497. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1218701110. Epub 2013 Jul 8

88. Naumann, M., Somerville, S.C., Voigt, C.A. (2013) Differences in early callose deposition during adapted and non-adapted powdery mildew infection of resistant Arabidopsis lines. Plant Signaling and Behavior 8(6) doi: pii: e24408 [Epub ahead of print].

89. Ellinger, D., Naumann, M., Falter, C., Zaikozics, C., Jamrow, T., Manisseri, C., Somerville, S.C., Voigt, C. (2013) Elevated early callose deposition results in complete penetration resistance to powdery mildew in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 161: 1433-1444. doi:10.1104/pp.112.211011

90. Groen, S.C., N.K. Whiteman, A.K. Bahrami, A.M. Wilczek, J.-P. Cui, J.A. Russell, A. Cibrian-Jaramillo, I.A. Butler, J.D. Rana, G.-H. Huang, J. Bush, F.M. Ausubel and N.E. Pierce (2013) Pathogen-triggered ethylene signaling mediates systemic induced susceptibility to herbivory in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell, 25:4755-4766. doi: 10.1105/tpc.113.113415

91. Yan, S. and Dong, X. (2014). Perception of the plant immune signal salicylic acid, Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 20: 64 – 68. doi:10.1016/j.pbi.2014.04.006

92. Wang, S, Gu Y., Zebell, S. G., Anderson L. K., Wang W., Mohan R, and Dong. X. (2014). A noncanonical role for the CKI-RB-E2F cell cycle signaling pathway in plant effector-triggered immunity. Cell Host & Microbe, 16: 787 – 794. doi:10.1016/j.chom.2014.10.005

93. Ellinger, D., Glöckner, A., Koch, J., Naumann, M., Manisseri, C., Somerville, S.C., Voigt, C.A. (2014) Interaction of the Arabidopsis Rab GTPase SMG1 with its effector PMR4 results in callose-dependent penetration resistance to powdery mildew. Plant Cell 26:3185-3200. First published on July 23, 2014; doi:10.1105/tpc.114.12779

94. Zhang, X., Y. Millet, F.M. Ausubel and M. Borowsky (2014) Next-gen sequencing-based mapping and identification of ethyl methanesulfonate-induced mutations in Arabidopsis thaliana. Current Protocols in Molecular Biology 108:7.18.1-7.18.16. doi: 10.1002/0471142727.mb0718s108

95. Ausubel, F.M. (2014) Twists and turns: my career path and concerns about the future. Genetics 198:431-434. doi: 10.1534/genetics.114.169102

96. Mammarella, N.D., Cheng, Z., Fu, Z. Q., Daudi, A., Bolwell, P., and Dong, X., Ausubel, F.M. (2105). Apoplastic peroxidases are required for salicylic acid-mediated defense against Pseudomonas syringae. Phytochemistry, 112: 110-121 (published online). doi:10.1016/j.phytochem.2014.07.010

97. Haney, C.H., J. Urbach and F.M. Ausubel (2015) Innate immunity in plants and animals – differences and similarities. The Biochemist, in press.

98. Cheng, Z., J.-F. Li1, Y. Niu, X.-C. Zhang, O.Z. Woody, Y. Xiong, S. Djonovi?, Y. Millet, J. Bush, B.J. McConkey, J. Sheen, and F.M. Ausubel (2015). Pathogen-encoded proteases activate a novel plant immune pathway. Nature.  doi:10.1038/nature14243

99. Haney, C.H., B.S. Samuel J. Bush and F.M. Ausubel (2015) Associations with rhizosphere bacteria can confer an adaptive advantage to plants. Nature Plants. doi:10.1038/nplants.2015.51

100. Benedetti, M., D. Pontiggia, S. Raggi, Z. Cheng, F. Scaloni, S. Ferrari, F. M. Ausubel, F. Cervone and & G. De Lorenzo (2015) Plant immunity triggered by engineered in vivo release of oligogalacturonides, damage-associated molecular patterns. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA.  doi: 10.1073/pnas.1504154112

101. Zhang, X.-C., Y.A. Millet, Z. Cheng, J. Bush and F.M. Ausubel (2015) SGT1b/HSP70/HSP90 chaperone complexes play an essential role in jasmonate signaling in Arabidopsis. Nature Plants. doi:10.1038/nplants.2015.49

102. Groen, S.C., Humphrey, P.T., Chevasco, D., Ausubel, F.M., Pierce, N.E., and Whiteman, N.K. (2015) Pseudomonas syringae suppresses the herbivore-induced oxidative burst and enhances herbivore feeding in Arabidopsis. Journal of Insect Physiology, in press.

103. Rajniak, J., Barco, B., Clay, N.K., Sattely, E.S. (2015) A new cyanogenic metabolite in Arabidopsis required for inducible pathogen defense. Nature, in press.

104. Yang, L., Li, B., Zheng, Z.Y., Li, J., Yang, M., Dong, X., He, G., An, C., Deng, X.W. (2015).  Salicylic acid biosynthesis is enhanced and contributes to increased biotropic pathogen resistance in Arabidopsis hybrids, Nature Communications. doi: 10.1038/ncomms8309

105. Zhou, M., Wang, W., Karapetyan, S., Mwimba, M., Marques, J., Buchler, N., Dong, X. (2015). Redox rhythm reinforces the circadian clock to gate immune response. Nature. doi:10.1038/nature14449

106. Zheng, X.Y., Zhou, M., Yoo, H., Pruneda-Paz, J. L., Spivey, N. W., Kay, S., Dong, X., (2015). Spatial and temporal regulation of biosynthesis of the plant immune signal salicylic acid, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA.  doi:10.1073/pnas.1511182112

107. Zebell, S. G. and Dong, X. (2015). Cell cycle regulators and programmed cell death in immunity. Cell Host & Microbe 18:402-407.

108. Saleh, A., Withers, J., Mohan, R., Marqués, J., Gu, Y., Yan, S., Zavaliev, R., Nomoto, M., Tada, Y., Dong, X. (2015). Posttranslational modifications of the master transcriptional regulator NPR1 enable dynamic but tight control of plant immune responses. Cell Host & Microbe 18:169–182.

109. Gu, Y., Dong, X. (2015).  Stromules: Signal Conduits for Plant Immunity. Developmental Cell 34:3-4.

110. Cervone, F., F.M. Ausubel, G. De Lorenzo (2015) Enhancing immunity by engineering DAMPs. Oncotarget6:28523-28524.

111. Haney, C.H. and F.M. Ausubel (2015). MICROBIOME: Plant microbiome blueprints. Science 349:788-789.

112. Withers, J., and Dong, X. (2016). Posttranslational modifications of NPR1: A single protein playing multiple roles in plant immunity and physiology. PloS Pathogens 12(8): e1005707.

113. Zavaliev, R., Dong, X., Epel, B.L. (2016). Glycosylphosphatidylinositol (GPI) modification serves as a primary plasmodesmal targeting signal, Plant Physiology Preview Article & Supplemental Data

114. Gu, Y., Zebell, S, G., Liang, Z., Wang, S, Kang, B.-H. and Dong, X. (2016). Nuclear pore permeabilization is a convergent signaling event in effector-triggered immunity. Cell, published online.

115. Liu, L., Sonbol, F.-M., Huot, B., Gu, Y., Withers, J., Mwimba, M., Yao, J., He, S.-Y. and Dong. X. (2016). Salicylic acid receptors activate jasmonic acid signalling through a noncanonical pathway to promote effector-triggered immunity. Nature Communications, In press.

116. Liu, S., L.M. Bartnikas, S.M. Volko, F.M. Ausubel, and D. Tang (2016) Mutation of the glucosinolate biosynthesis enzyme cytochrome P450 83A1 monooxygenase increases camalexin accumulation and powdery mildew resistance. Frontiers in Plant Science 7:227; doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00227.




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