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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Nathan W Oehrle
Plant Genetics Research
Biological Science Lab Technician

Phone: (573) 882-2782
Fax: (573) 884-7850
Room 205

CURTIS HALL
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
COLUMBIA , MO 652117020

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Proteomic analysis of Pigeonpea (cajanus cajan) seeds reveals the accumulation of numerous stress-related proteins -
Krishnan, H.B., Natarajan, S.S., Oehrle, N.W., Garrett, W.M., Darwish, O. 2017. Proteomic analysis of Pigeonpea (cajanus cajan) seeds reveals the accumulation of numerous stress-related proteins. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 65(23):4572-4581. doi: 10.1021/acs.jafc.7b00998.
Whole-genome resequencing identifies the molecular genetic cause for the absence of a Gy5 glycinin protein in soybean PI 603408 -
Gillman, J.D., Kim, W., Song, B., Oehrle, N.W., Tawari, N.R., Liu, S., Krishnan, H.B. 2017. Whole-genome resequencing identifies the molecular genetic cause for the absence of a Gy5 glycinin protein in soybean PI 603408. G3, Genes/Genomes/Genetics. 7(7):2345-2352. doi:10.1534/g3.117.039347.
Characterization of seed storage proteins of several perennial glycine species -
Song, B., Oehrle, N.W., Liu, S., Krishnan, H.B. 2016. Characterization of seed storage proteins of several perennial glycine species. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 64:8499-8508. doi:10.1021/acs.jafc.6b03677.
Deletion of the SACPD-C locus alters the symbiotic relationship between Bradyrhizobium japonicum USDA110 and soybean, resulting in elicitation of plant defense response and nodulation defects -
Krishnan, H.B., Alaswad, A.A., Oehrle, N.W., Gillman, J.D. 2016. Deletion of the SACPD-C locus alters the symbiotic relationship between Bradyrhizobium japonicum USDA110 and soybean, resulting in elicitation of plant defense response and nodulation defects. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 29(11):862-877.
Introgression of leginsulin, a cysteine-rich protein, and high-protein trait from an Asian soybean plant introduction genotype into a North American experimental soybean line Reprint Icon -
Krishnan, H.B., Kim, W., Oehrle, N.W., Alaswad, A.A., Baxter, I.R., Wiebold, W.J., Nelson, R.L. 2015. Introgression of leginsulin, a cysteine-rich protein, and high-protein trait from an Asian soybean plant introduction genotype into a North American experimental soybean line. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 63:2862-2869.
Analysis of soybean embryonic axis proteins by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and mass spectrometry -
Natarajan, S.S., Krishnan, H.B., Khan, F.H., Oehrle, N.W., Chen, X., Garrett, W.M. 2013. Analysis of soybean embryonic axis proteins by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and mass spectrometry. Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 9:309-332.
A Simple Procedure for Depletion of Storage Proteins From Soybean (Glycine max) Seeds to Aid Proteome Analysis -
A Rapid and Simple Procedure for the Depletion of Abundant Storage Proteins from Legume Seeds to Advance Proteome Analysis: A Case Study Using Glycine Max -
Krishnan, H.B., Oehrle, N.W., Natarajan, S.S. 2009. A Rapid and Simple Procedure for the Depletion of Abundant Storage Proteins from Legume Seeds to Advance Proteome Analysis: A Case Study Using Glycine Max. Proteomics. 9:3174-3188.
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