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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Wei Wei
Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory
Research Molecular Biologist

Phone: (301) 504-6202
Fax: (301) 504-5449
Room 213

10300 BALTIMORE AVE.
BLDG 004 BARC-WEST
BELTSVILLE , MD 20705


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
‘Candidatus Phytoplasma hispanicum’, a novel taxon associated with Mexican periwinkle virescence disease of Catharanthus roseus -
Multilocus genotyping of a ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia’-related strain associated with cauliflower phyllody disease in China -
Cai, H., Wang, L., Mu, W., Wan, Q., Wei, W., Davis, R.E., Chen, H., Zhao, Y. 2016. Multilocus genotyping of a ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia’-related strain associated with cauliflower phyllody disease in China. Annals of Applied Biology. 169:64-74.
Recent advances in phytoplasma research: from genetic diversity and genome evolution to pathogenic redirection of plant stem cell fate -
Zhao, Y., Wei, W., Davis, R.E. 2015. Recent advances in phytoplasma research: from genetic diversity and genome evolution to pathogenic redirection of plant stem cell fate. Meeting Abstract. First International Symposium on Molecular Diagnostics … Production. Trujillo, Peru, 11/26-28/ 2015.
Pathological modifications of plant stem cell destiny -
Wei, W., Davis, R.E., Zhao, Y. 2015. Pathological modifications of plant stem cell destiny. Meeting Abstract. 2015 Mid-Atlantic Plant Molecular Biology Society Meeting.
Development of biomarkers and a diagnostic tool for investigation of coinfections by and interactions between potato purple top and potato witches’-broom phytoplasmas in tomato -
Wei, W., Wu, W., Davis, R.E., Lee, I., Zhao, Y. 2016. Development of biomarkers and a diagnostic tool for investigation of coinfections by and interactions between potato purple top and potato witches’-broom phytoplasmas in tomato. Annals of Applied Biology. 168:133-141.
Occurrence, distribution, and possible functional roles of simple sequence repeats in phytoplasma genomes Reprint Icon -
Wei, W., Davis, R.E., Suo, X., Zhao, Y. 2015. Occurrence, distribution, and possible functional roles of simple sequence repeats in phytoplasma genomes. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 65:2748-2760.
Unraveling the etiology of North American grapevine yellows (NAGY): multilocus genotyping and structural analysis of secY proteins distinguish NAGYIII phytoplasma strains from strains causing X-disease -
Davis, R.E., Dally, E.L., Zhao, Y., Lee, I., Wei, W., Wolf, T.K., Beanland, L., Ledoux, D.G., Johnson, D.A., Fiola, J.A., Walter-Peterson, H., Dami, I., Chien, M. 2015. Unraveling the etiology of North American grapevine yellows (NAGY): multilocus genotyping and structural analysis of secY proteins distinguish NAGYIII phytoplasma strains from strains causing X-disease. Phytopathology. 99:1087-1097.
Should ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma’ be retained within the order Acholeplasmatales? -
Zhao, Y., Davis, R.E., Wei, W., Lee, I. 2015. Should ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma’ be retained within the order Acholeplasmatales?. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 65:1075-1082.
3-Dimensional modeling of protein structures distinguishes closely related phytoplasmas -
Davis, R.E., Zhao, Y., Lee, I., Wei, W. 2015. 3-Dimensional modeling of protein structures distinguishes closely related phytoplasmas. Phytopathology. 105:S12.
Phytoplasma-host interactions: tomato gibberellin homeostasis and its role in defense against potato purple top phytoplasma infection -
Ding, Y., Wei, W., Wu, W., Davis, R.E., Jiang, Y., Lee, I., Hammond, R., Sheng, J., Shen, L., Zhao, Y. 2013. Phytoplasma-host interactions: tomato gibberellin homeostasis and its role in defense against potato purple top phytoplasma infection. World Biomedical Frontiers. http://biomedfrontiers.org/infection-2013-11-39.
Phytoplasmal infection derails genetically preprogrammed meristem fate and alters plant architecture -
Wei, W., Davis, R.E., Nuss, D.F., Zhao, Y. 2013. Phytoplasmal infection derails genetically preprogrammed meristem fate and alters plant architecture. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 110:19149-19154.
Phytoplasma genomes: Evolution through mutually complimentary mechanisms, gene loss and horizontal acquisition -
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