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Steven C Huber
Global Change and Photosynthesis Research
Plant Physiologist

Phone: (217) 265-0909
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Room 197 ERML

1201 WEST GREGORY DRIVE
URBANA , IL 61801
Projects
Optimizing Photosynthesis for Global Change and Improved Yield
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 434586
Cooperative Agreement on Institutional Biosafety Committee
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 433149
Manipulating Rubisco Activase to Improve Soybean Productivity-CFDA 10.310
Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement (R)
  Accession Number: 428270

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Revisiting paradigms of calcium signaling protein kinase regulation in plants -
Bender, K.W., Zielinski, R.E., Huber, S.C. 2018. Revisiting paradigms of calcium signaling protein kinase regulation in plants. Biochemical Journal. 475(1):202-223.
Allosteric control of a plant receptor kinase through S-glutathionylation -
Moffett, A.S., Bender, K.W., Huber, S.C., Shukla, D. 2017. Allosteric control of a plant receptor kinase through S-glutathionylation. Biophysical Journal. 113(11):2354-2363.
Tyrosine-610 in the receptor kinase BAK1 does not play a major role in brassinosteroid signaling or innate immunity -
Singh, V., Perraki, A., Kim, S., Shrivastava, S., Lee, J., Zhao, Y., Schwessinger, B., Marshall-Colon, A., Zipfel, C., Huber, S.C. 2017. Tyrosine-610 in the receptor kinase BAK1 does not play a major role in brassinosteroid signaling or innate immunity. Frontiers in Plant Physiology. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01273.
Molecular dynamics simulations reveal the conformational dynamics of Arabidopsis thaliana BRI1 and BAK1 receptor-like kinases -
Moffett, A.S., Bender, K.W., Huber, S.C., Shukla, D. 2017. Molecular dynamics simulations reveal the conformational dynamics of Arabidopsis thaliana BRI1 and BAK1 receptor-like kinases. Journal of Biological Chemistry. doi: 10.1074/jbc.M117.792762.
Autophosphorylation-based calcium (Ca2+) sensitivity priming and Ca2+/Calmodulin inhibition of Arabidopsis thaliana Ca2+-dependent protein kinase 28 (CPK28) -
Bender, K.W., Blackburn, R., Monaghan, J., Zipfel, C., Goshe, M.B., Zielinski, R.E., Huber, S.C. 2017. Autophosphorylation-based calcium (Ca2+) sensitivity priming and Ca2+/Calmodulin inhibition of Arabidopsis thaliana Ca2+-dependent protein kinase 28 (CPK28). Journal of Biological Chemistry. 292:3988-4002.
Identification of large variation in the photosynthetic induction response among 37 soybean genotypes that is not correlated with steady-state photosynthetic capacity -
Soleh, M.A., Tanaka, Y., Kim, S., Huber, S.C., Sakoda, K., Shiraiwa, T. 2017. Identification of large variation in the photosynthetic induction response among 37 soybean genotypes that is not correlated with steady-state photosynthetic capacity. Photosynthesis Research. 131(3):305-315.
Canopy position has a profound effect on soybean seed composition -
Huber, S.C., Li, K., Nelson, R.L., Ulanov, A., Demuro, C., Baxter, I.R. 2016. Canopy position has a profound effect on soybean seed composition. PeerJ. 4:e2452.
The plastid casein kinase 2 phosphorylates Rubisco activase at the Thr-78 site but is not essential for regulation of Rubisco activation state -
Kim, S., Bender, K.W., Walker, B.J., Salvucci, M.E., Zielinski, M.E., Spalding, M.H., Ort, D.R., Huber, S.C. 2016. The plastid casein kinase 2 phosphorylates Rubisco activase at the Thr-78 site but is not essential for regulation of Rubisco activation state. Frontiers in Plant Science. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00404.
An autophosphorylation site database for leucine-rich repeat receptor-like kinases in Arabidopsis thaliana -
Mitra, S.K., Chen, R., Dhundaydham, M., Wang, X., Blackburn, R.K., Kota, U., Goshe, M.B., Schwartz, D., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2015. An autophosphorylation site database for leucine-rich repeat receptor-like kinases in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Journal. 82(6):1042-1060.
Functional analysis of the BRI1 receptor kinase by Thr-for-Ser substitution in a regulatory autophosphorylation site -
Oh, M., Bender, K.W., Kim, S., Wu, X., Suelki, L., Zielinski, R.E., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2015. Functional analysis of the BRI1 receptor kinase by Thr-for-Ser substitution in a regulatory autophosphorylation site. Frontiers in Plant Physiology. 6:562.
Glutaredoxin GrxC2 catalyzes the glutathionylation and inactivation of Arabidopsis BRI1-ASSOCIATED RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASE 1 (BAK1) in vitro -
Bender, K.W., Wang, X., Cheng, G., Kim, H., Zielinski, R.E., Huber, S.C. 2015. Glutaredoxin GrxC2 catalyzes the glutathionylation and inactivation of Arabidopsis BRI1-ASSOCIATED RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASE 1 (BAK1) in vitro. Biochemical Journal. 467(3):399-413.
Oligomerization, membrane association and in vivo phosphorylation of sugarcane UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase -
Soares, J., Gentile, A., Scosato, V., Da C. Lima, A., Kiyota, E., Dos Santos, M.L., Paittoni, C.V., Huber, S.C., Aparicio, R., Menossi, M. 2014. Oligomerization, membrane association and in vivo phosphorylation of sugarcane UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 289:33364-33377.
Photosystem II-inhibitors play a limited role in sweet corn response to 4-hydroxyphenyl pyruvate dioxygenase-inhibiting herbicides -
Choe, E., Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Huber, J., Huber, S.C., Pataky, J.K. 2014. Photosystem II-inhibitors play a limited role in sweet corn response to 4-hydroxyphenyl pyruvate dioxygenase-inhibiting herbicides. Agronomy Journal. 106:1317-1323.
A bacterial tyrosine phosphatase inhibits plant pattern recognition receptor activation -
Macho, A., Schwessinger, B., Ntoukakis, V., Brutis, A., Segonzac, C., Roy, S., Kadota, Y., Oh, M., Sklenar, J., Huber, S.C., et al. 2014. A bacterial tyrosine phosphatase inhibits plant pattern recognition receptor activation. Science. 343:1509-1512.
The Carboxy-terminus of BAK1 regulates kinase activity and is required for normal growth of Arabidopsis -
Oh, M., Wu, X., Kim, S.Y., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2014. The Carboxy-terminus of BAK1 regulates kinase activity and is required for normal growth of Arabidopsis. Frontiers in Plant Physiology. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00016.
Impact of Ca2+ on structure of soybean CDPKß and accessibility of the Tyr-24 autophosphorylation site -
Oh, M., Wu, X., Huber, S.C. 2013. Impact of Ca2+ on structure of soybean CDPKß and accessibility of the Tyr-24 autophosphorylation site. Plant Signaling and Behavior. 8(12):e27671-1-5.
EF-2DE Analysis and Protein Identification -
Wu, X., Clough, S.J., Huber, S.C., Oh, M. 2013. EF-2DE Analysis and Protein Identification. Bio-protocol. 3(19):1-8.
Identification and functional analysis of tomato BRI1 and BAK1 receptor kinase phosphorylation sites -
Bajwa, V.S., Wang, X., Blackburn, R.K., Goshe, M.B., Mitra, S.K., Williams, E.L., Bishop, G.J., Krasnyanski, S., Allen, G., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2013. Identification and functional analysis of tomato BRI1 and BAK1 receptor kinase phosphorylation sites. Plant Physiology. 163:30-42.
Transphosphorylation of E. coli proteins during production of recombinant protein kinases provides a robust system to characterize kinase specificity -
Wu, X., Oh, M., Kim, H., Schwartz, D., Imai, B., Yau, P., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2012. Transphosphorylation of E. coli proteins during production of recombinant protein kinases provides a robust system to characterize kinase specificity. Frontiers in Plant Science. 3:262.
14-3-3 Proteins SGF14c and SGF14l play critical roles during soybean nodulation -
Radwan, O., Wu, X., Govindarajulu, M., Libault, M., Neece, D.J., Berg, H.R., Stacey, G., Taylor, C.G., Huber, S.C., Clough, S.J. 2012. 14-3-3 Proteins SGF14c and SGF14l play critical roles during soybean nodulation. Plant Physiology. 160:2125-2136.
Differential lysine acetylation profiles of Erwinia amylovora strains revealed by proteomics -
Wu, X., Vellaichamy, A., Wang, D., Zamdborg, L., Kelleher, N., Huber, S.C., Zhao, Y. 2013. Differential lysine acetylation profiles of Erwinia amylovora strains revealed by proteomics. Journal of Proteomics. 79:60-71.
CDPKs are dual-specificity protein kinases and tyrosine autophosphorylation attenuates kinase activity -
Oh, M., Wu, X., Kim, H., Harper, J., Zielinski, R., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2012. CDPKs are dual-specificity protein kinases and tyrosine autophosphorylation attenuates kinase activity. FEBS Letters. 586(23):4070-4075.
Tyrosine phosphorylation of the BRI1 receptor kinase occurs via a posttranslational modification and is activated by the juxtamembrane domain -
Oh, M., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2012. Tyrosine phosphorylation of the BRI1 receptor kinase occurs via a posttranslational modification and is activated by the juxtamembrane domain. Frontiers in Plant Physiology. 3:175.
Calcium/calmodulin inhibition of the BRI1 receptor kinase provides a possible link between calcium- and brassinosteroid-signaling -
Oh, M., Kim, H., Wu, X., Clouse, S.D., Zielinski, R.E., Huber, S.C. 2012. Calcium/calmodulin inhibition of the BRI1 receptor kinase provides a possible link between calcium- and brassinosteroid-signaling. Biochemical Journal. 443:515-223.
Relationship between asparagine metabolism and protein concentration in soybean seed -
Panduranganl, S., Pajak, A., Molnar, S., Cober, E., Dhaubhadel, S., Hernandez-Sebastia, C., Kaiser, W.M., Nelson, R.L., Huber, S.C., Marsolais, F. 2012. Relationship between asparagine metabolism and protein concentration in soybean seed. Journal of Experimental Botany. 63(8):3173-3184.
Deactivation of the Arabidopsis BRI1 receptor kinase by autophosphorylation within the glycine-rich loop involved in ATP binding -
Oh, M., Wang, X., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2012. Deactivation of the Arabidopsis BRI1 receptor kinase by autophosphorylation within the glycine-rich loop involved in ATP binding. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109:327-332.
The orphan gene ybjN conveys pleiotropic effects on multicellular behavior and survival of Escherichia coli -
Wang, D., Calla, B., Vimolmangkang, S., Korban, S.S., Wu, X., Huber, S.C., Clough, S.J., Zhao, Y. 2011. The orphan gene ybjN conveys pleiotropic effects on multicellular behavior and survival of Escherichia coli. PLoS One. 6(9):e25293.
Phosphorylation and RLK signaling -
Clouse, S.D., Goshe, M.B., Huber, S.C. 2012. Phosphorylation and RLK signaling. In: Kemmerling, B., Tax, F., editors. Receptor-Like Kinases in Plants: From Signaling to Development. Berlin Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag. p. 222-252.
Comparison of a novel tomato sucrose synthase, SISUS4, with previously described SISUS isoforms reveals distinct sequence features and differential expression patterns in association with stem maturation -
Goren, S., Huber, S.C., Granot, D. 2011. Comparison of a novel tomato sucrose synthase, SISUS4, with previously described SISUS isoforms reveals distinct sequence features and differential expression patterns in association with stem maturation. Planta. 233:1011-1023.
Lysine Acetylation Is a Widespread Protein Modification for Diverse Proteins in Arabidopsis Reprint Icon -
Wu, X., Oh, M., Schwarz, E., Larue, C., Sivaguru, M., Imai, B.S., Yau, P.M., Ort, D.R., Huber, S.C. 2011. Lysine acetylation is a widespread protein modification for diverse proteins in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology. 155:1769-1778.
Functional importance of EAK1 tyrosine phosphorylation in vivo -
Oh, M., Wu, X., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2011. Functional importance of EAK1 tyrosine phosphorylation in vivo. Plant Signaling and Behavior. 6:400-405.
Decrease in Leaf Sucrose Synthesis Leads to Increased Leaf Starch Turnover and Decreased RuBP-limited Photosynthesis But Not Rubisco-limited Photosynthesis in Arabidopsis Null Mutants of SPSA1 Reprint Icon -
Sun, J., Zhang, J., Larue, C.T., Huber, S.C. 2011. Decrease in leaf sucrose synthesis leads to increased leaf starch turnover and decreased RuBP-limited photosynthesis but not Rubisco-limited photosynthesis in Arabidopsis null mutants of SPSA1. Plant Cell and Environment. 34(4)592-604.
Phosphorylation of Tyr-610 in the Receptor Kinase BAK1 Plays a Role in Brassinosteroid Signaling and Basal Defense Gene Expression -
Oh, M., Wang, X., Wu, X., Zhao, Y., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2010. Phosphorylation of Tyr-610 in the receptor kinase BAK1 plays a role in Brassinosteroid signaling and basal defense gene expression. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 107(4):17827-17832.
Post-translational Regulation of Nitrate Reductase -
Huber, S.C., Kaiser, W.M., Jain, V. 2011. Post-translational regulation of nitrate reductase. In: Jain, Vanita, Kumar, P. Ananda, editors. Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Plants. New Delhi, India: New India Publishing Agency. p. 21-44.
The origin of the non-recombining region of sex chromosomes in Carica and Vasconcellea Reprint Icon -
Wu, X., Wang, J., Na, J., Yu, Q., Moore, R.C., Zee, F.T., Huber, S.C., Ming, R. 2010. The origin of the non-recombining region of sex chromosomes in Carica and Vasconcellea. Plant Journal. 63(5):801-810.
Tyrosine Phosphorylation in Brassinosteroid Signaling -
Oh, M., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2009. Tyrosine Phosphorylation in Brassinosteroid Signaling. Plant Signaling and Behavior. 4(12):77-81.
Oxidation of an Adjacent Methionine Residue Inhibits Regulatory Seryl-phosphorylation of Pyruvate Dehydrogenase -
Coupling Oxidative Signals to Protein Phosphorylation via Methionine Oxidation in Arabidopsis -
Hardin, S.C., Larue, C.T., Oh, M., Huber, S.C., Jain, V. 2009. Coupling Oxidative Signals to Protein Phosphorylation via Methionine Oxidation in Arabidopsis. Biochemical Journal. 422(2):305-312.
14-3-3 Proteins Bind to the Brassinosteroid Receptor Kinase, BRI1 and are Positive Regulators of Brassinosteroid Signaling -
Oh, M., Wang, X., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2009. 14-3-3 Proteins Bind to the Brassinosteroid Receptor Kinase, BRI1 and are Positive Regulators of Brassinosteroid Signaling [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Paper No. P35029.
Tyrosine Phosphorylation of the BRI1 Receptor Kinase Emerges as a Component of Brassinosteriod Signaling in Arabidopsis -
Oh, M., Wang, X., Kota, U., Goshe, M.B., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2009. Tyrosine Phosphorylation of the BRI1 Receptor Kinase Emerges as a Component of Brassinosteriod Signaling in Arabidopsis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 106:658-663.
Sequential Transphosphorylation of the BRI1/BAK1 Receptor Kinase Pair Regulates Early Events of the Brassinosteriod Signaling Pathway Promoting Plant Growth and Development -
Wang, X., Kota, U., He, K., Blackburn, K., Li, J., Goshe, M.B., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2008. Sequential Transphosphorylation of the BRI1/BAK1 Receptor Kinase PAir Regulates Early Events of the Brassinosteriod Signaling Pathway Promoting Plant Growth and Development. Developmental Cell. 15(2):220-235.
Increased protein carbonylation in leaves of Arabidopsis and soybean in response to elevated [CO2] -
Qiu, Q., Huber, J., Booker, F.L., Jain, V.L., Leakey, A., Fiscus, E.L., Yau, P., Ort, D.R., Huber, S.C. 2008. Increased protein carbonylation in leaves of Arabidopsis and soybean in response to elevated [CO2]. Photosynthesis Research. Vol 97, pp. 155-166.
Cytokinin inhibits the proteasome-mediated degradation of carbonylated proteins in Arabidopsis leaves -
Jain, V., Kaiser, W., Huber, S.C. 2008. Cytokinin inhibits the proteasome-mediated degradation of carbonylated proteins in Arabidopsis leaves. Plant Cell Physiology. 49:843-852.
Sucrose synthase oligomerization and F-actin association are regulated by sucrose concentration and phosphorylation -
Duncan, K.A., Huber, S.C. 2007. Sucrose synthase oligomerization and F-actin association are regulated by sucrose concentration and phosphorylation. Plant Cell Physiology. 48:1612-1623.
METHIONINE OXIDATION AND PROTEIN PHOSPHORYLATION: INTERACTIVE PARTNERS IN SIGNALING? -
Functional Analysis and Phosphorylation Site Mapping of Leucine-Rich Repeat Receptor-Like Kinases -
Clouse, S.D., Goshe, M.B., Huber, S.C., Li, J. 2008. Functional Analysis and Phosphorylation Site Mapping of Leucine-Rich Repeat Receptor-Like Kinases. In: Agrawal, G.K., Rakwal, R., editors. Plant Proteomics: Technologies, Strategies, and Applicatioins. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. p. 469-484.
Sucrose synthase interaction with voltage-dependent anion channel suggests a potential role for the enzyme in inter-organellar signaling -
Chalivendra, S., Huber, S.C., Sachs, M.M., Rhoads, D. 2007. Sucrose synthase interaction with voltage-dependent anion channel suggests a potential role for the enzyme in inter-organellar signaling [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. 824.7
Metabolic signals control the selective degradation of sucrose synthase in maize leaves during de-etiolation -
Qiu, Q., Hardin, S., Mace, J., Brutnell, T.P., Huber, S.C. 2007. Metabolic signals control the selective degradation of sucrose synthase in maize leaves during de-etiolation. Plant Physiology. 144(1):468-478.
Sucrose Synthase: Expanding Protein Function -
Chalivendra, S.C., Huber, S.C., Sachs, M.M., Rhoads, D.M. 2007. Sucrose Synthase: Expanding Protein Function. Plant Signaling and Behavior. 2(1):28-29.
The Three Maize Sucrose synthase Isoforms Differ in Distribution, Localization, and Phosphorylation -
Duncan, K.A., Hardin, S.C., Huber, S.C. 2007. The Three Maize Sucrose synthase Isoforms Differ in Distribution, Localization, and Phosphorylation. Plant Cell Physiology. 47:959-971.
The Three Maize Sucrose synthase Isoforms Differ in Distribution, Localization, and Phosphorylation -
Duncan, K.A., Hardin, S.C., Huber, S.C. 2006. The Three Maize Sucrose synthase Isoforms Differ in Distribution, Localization, and Phosphorylation. Plant Cell Physiology. 47:959-971.
Determination of structural requirements and probable regulatory effectors for membrane association of maize sucrose synthase 1 -
Hardin, S.C., Duncan, K.A., Huber, S.C. 2006. Determination of structural requirements and probable regulatory effectors for membrane association of maize sucrose synthase 1. Plant Physiology. 141:1106-1119.
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF RECEPTOR KINASE ACTION IN BRASSINOSTEROID SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION -
Wang, X., Goshe, M.B., Kota, U., Hardin, S., Huber, S.C., Li, J., Clouse, S.D. 2006. Molecular mechanisms of receptor kinase action in brassinosteroid signal transduction. Iowa State University Biochemistry Biophysics and Molecular Biology Symposium, July 10-14, 2006, Ames, Iowa. p. 32.
MITOCHONDRIAL LOCALIZATION AND A PUTATIVE SIGNALING FUNCTION OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE IN MAIZE -
Chalivendra, S.C., Palaniappan, A., Duncan, K., Rhoads, D.M., Huber, S.C., Sachs, M.M. 2006. Mitochondrial localization and a putative signaling function of sucrose synthase in maize. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 281:15625-15635.
Polycations Globally Enhance Binding of 14-3-3 omega to Target Proteins in Spinach Leaves -
Shen, W., Huber, S.C. 2006. Polycations Globally Enhance Binding of 14-3-3 omega to Target Proteins in Spinach Leaves. Plant Cell Physiology. 47:764-771.
HOW WILL THE GENE EXPRESSION PROFILE, BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF SOYBEAN LEAVES RESPOND TO GROWTH AT ELEVATED [CO2] UNDER OPEN-AIR FIELD CONDITIONS? -
Leakey, A.D.B., Xu, F., Gillespie, K.M., Heady, L., Qiu, Q., Rupassara, S., Ainsworth, E.A., Bohnert, H.J., Huber, S.C., Long, S.P., Rogers, A., Ort, D.R. 2006. How will the gene expression profile, biochemistry and physiology of soybean leaves respond to growth at elevated [CO2] under open-air field conditions? American Society of Plant Biologists Abstracts. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P01/P01013.html.
ISOFORM-SPECIFIC BINDING OF 14-3-3 PROTEINS TO NITRATE REDUCTASE AND THE BRASSINOSTEROID INSENSITIVE 1 RECEPTOR KINASE SIGNALING COMPLEX -
Oh, M., Huber, J.L., Wang, X., Ferl, R., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2006. Isoform-specific binding of 14-3-3 proteins to nitrate reductase and the brassinosteroid insensitive 1 receptor kinase signaling complex [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists [abstract]. Paper no. 36033. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P36/P36033.html,
SUCROSE SYNTHASE INTERACTION WITH THE VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT ANION CHANNEL SUGGESTS A POTENTIAL ROLE FOR THE ENZYME IN INTER-ORGANELLAR SIGNALING -
Chalivendra, S.C., Huber, S.C., Sachs, M.M., Rhoads, D.M. 2006. Sucrose synthase interaction with the voltage-dependent anion channel suggests a potential role for the enzyme in inter-organellar signaling. American Society of Plant Biologists [abstract]. Paper no. 36027. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P36/P36027.html.
POSSIBLE LINK BETWEEN METHIONINE OXIDATION AND PROTEIN PHOSPHORYLATION -
Hardin, S., Tien, M., Huber, S.C. 2006. Possible link between methionine oxidation and protein phosphorylation [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper no. 07011. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P07/P07011.html.
CORRELATION BETWEEN CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN SEQUENCE AND AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION AMONG ARABIDOPSIS LEUCINE-RICH REPEAT RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASES -
Hardin, S., Dhundaydham, M., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2006. Correlation between cytoplasmic domain sequence and autophosphorylation among arabidopsis leucine-rich repeat receptor-like kinases. American Society of Plant Biologists [abstract]. Paper no. P36018. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P36/P36018.html.
SUCROSE SYNTHASE (SUS) OLIGOMERIZATION IS REGULATED BY SUCROSE LEVELS WITHIN PLANT CELLS -
Duncan, K.A., Hardin, S., Huber, S.C. 2006. Sucrose synthase (SUS) oligomerization is regulated by sucrose levels within plant cells [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Abstract no. P24012. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P24/P24012.html.
Exploring the role of protein phosphorylation in plants: from signaling to metabolism -
Huber, S.C. 2006. Exploring the role of protein phosphorylation in plants: from signaling to metabolism. Biochemical Society Transactions. 35:28-32.
OLEATE DESATURASE ENZYMES OF SOYBEAN: EVIDENCE OF REGULATION THROUGH DIFFERENTIAL STABILITY AND PHOSPHORYLATION. -
Tang, G., Novitzky, W.P., Griffin, C., Huber, S.C., Dewey, R. 2005. Oleate desaturase enzymes of soybean: evidence of regulation through differential stability and phosphorylation. Plant Journal. 44:433-446.
REGULATION OF STORAGE PRODUCT ACCUMULATION IN SOYBEAN SEED -
Marsolais, F., Hernández-Sebastià, C., Huber, S.C. 2005. Regulation of storage product accumulation in soybean seed. In: Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A141, S289 (P7.89). Abstracts of the Annual Main Meeting of the Society for Experimental Biology, 11-15th July 2005, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.
INTERACTION OF ARABIDOPSIS BRASSINOSTEROID-INSENSITIVE BETA RECEPTOR KINASE WITH A HOMOLOG OF MAMMALIAN TGF RECEPTOR INTERACTING PROTEIN. -
Ehsan, H., Ray, W.K., Phinney, B., Wang, X., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2005. Interaction of Arabidopsis BRASSINOSTEROID-INSENSITIVE 1 receptor kinase with a homolog of mammalian TGF receptor interacting protein. Plant Journal. 43:251-261.
IDENTIFICATION AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF IN VIVO PHOSPHORYLATION SITES OF THE ARABIDOPSIS BRASSINOSTEROID INSENSITIVE 1 RECEPTOR KINASE -
Wang, X., Goshe, M.B., Soderblom, E.J., Phinney, B.S., Kuchar, J., Li, J., Asami, T., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2005. Identification and functional analysis of in vivo phosphorylation sites of the arabidopsis brassinosteroid insensitive 1 receptor kinase. The Plant Cell. 17:1685-1703.
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF EARLY EVENTS IN BRASSINOSTEROID SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION. -
Wang, X., Goshe, M.B., Soderblom, E.J., Phinney, B.S., Kuchar, J.A., Li, J., Asami, T., Yoshida, S., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2005. Molecular mechanisms of early events in brassinosteroid signal transduction [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts/aspb.org/pb2005/public/P66/7861.html.
THE THIRD SUCROSE SYNTHASE IN <1>ZEA MAYS</1>(SUS3) IS A UBIQUITOUS PROTEIN THAT IS PHOSPHORYLATED AND MEMBRANE ASSOCIATED. -
Duncan, K.A., Hardin, S.C., Huber, S.C. The third sucrose synthase in <1>zea mays</1>(sus3) is a ubiquitous protein that is phosphorylated and membrane associated [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2005/public/P56/7486.html.
THE ASSOCIATION OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE WITH INTRACELLULAR MEMBRANES MAY INVOLVE A REGION WITH SIMILARITY TO A PLECKSTRIN HOMOLOGY DOMAIN. -
Hardin, S.C., Duncan, K.A., Huber, S.C. 2005. The association of sucrose synthase with intracellular membranes may involve a region with similarity to a pleckstrin homology domain [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2005/public/P56/7488.html.
NEW INTRACELLULAR LOCATIONS AND PUTATIVE NOVEL FUNCTIONS FOR MAIZE SUCROSE SYNTHASES. -
Chalivendra, S.C., Palaniappan, A., Duncan, K., Huber, S.C., Sachs, M.M. 2005. New intracellular locations and putative novel functions for maize sucrose synthases [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2005/public/P51/7674.html.
IDENTIFICATION OF THE MAJOR LEAF PROTEINS SUBJECT TO O-GLCNAC POSSTRANSLATIONAL MODIFICATION. -
Qiu, Q., Huber, J.L., Huber, S.C. 2005. Identification of the major leaf proteins subject to o-glcnac posstranslational modification [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2005/public/P69/7476.html.
PROTEIN OXIDATION IN LEAVES OF ARABIDOPSIS AND SOYBEAN: IMPLICATIONS FOR PLANT RESPONSE TO ELEVATED CO2. -
Qiu, Q., Huber, J.L., Portis Jr, A.R., Huber, S.C. 2005. Protein oxidation in leaves of arabidopsis and soybean: implications for plant response to elevated CO2. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts/aspb.org/pb2005/public/P36/7475.html.
PROTEASOME ACTIVITY AND THE POST-TRANSLATIONAL CONTROL OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE STABILITY IN MAIZE LEAVES -
Hardin, S.C., Huber, S.C. 2004. Proteasome activity and the post-translational control of sucrose synthase stability in maize leaves [abstract]. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 42:197-208.
IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW MOTIF FOR CDPK PHOSPHORYLATION IN VITRO THAT SUGGESTS ACC SYNTHASE MAY BE A CDPK SUBSTRATE -
Sebastia, C.H., Hardin, S.C., Clouse, S.C., Kieber, J.J., Huber, S.C. 2004. Identification of A New Motif for CDPK Phosphorylation In Vitro That Suggests ACC Synthase May Be A CDPK Substrate. Archives Of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 428:81-91.
METABOLIC PROFILING OF AMINO ACIDS IN SOYBEAN DEVELOPING SEEDS: POSSIBLE ROLE OF ASPARAGINE IN THE CONTROL OF STORAGE PRODUCT ACCUMULATION -
Sebastia, C.H., Marsolais, F., Saravitz, C., Israel, D.W., Dewey, R.E., Huber, S.C. 2005. Metabolic profiling of amino acids in soybean developing seeds: possible role of asparagine in the control of storage product accumulation. Journal of Experimental Botany.56:1951-1964.
NUMEROUS POST-TRANSLATIONAL MODIFICATIONS PROVIDE OPPORTUNITES FOR THE INTRICATE REGULATION OF METABOLIC ENZYMES AT MULTIPLE LEVELS -
Huber, S.C., Hardin, S.C. 2004. Numerous post-translational modifications provide opportunites for the intricate regulation of metabolic enzymes at multiple levels. Plant Biology. 7:318-322.
PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE AMINO-TERMINUS OF MAIZE SUCROSE SYNTHASE IN RELATION TO MEMBRANE ASSOCIATION AND ENZYME ACTIVITY -
Hardin, S.C., Winter, H., Huber, S.C. 2004. Phosphorylation of the amino-terminus of maize sucrose synthase in relation to membrane association and enzyme activity. Plant Physiology. 134:1427-1438.
PROTEASOME ACTIVITY AND THE POST-TRANSLATIONAL CONTROL OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE STABILITY IN MAIZE LEAVES -
HARDIN, S.C., HUBER, S.C. 2004. Proteasome activity and the post-translational control of sucrose synthase stability in maize leaves. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 42:197-208.
PROTEASOME ACTIVITY AND THE POST-TRANSLATIONAL CONTROL OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE STABILITY IN MAIZE LEAVES. -
Hardin, S., Huber, S.C. 2004. Proteasome activity and the post-translational control of sucrose synthase stability in maize leaves. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 42:197-208.
PHOSPHORYLATION OF METABOLIC ENZYMES: EFFECTS ON ACTIVITY, LOCALIZATION AND DEGRADATION -
Huber, S.C. 2003. Phosphorylation of metabolic enzymes: effects on activity, localization and degradation [abstract]. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics. 2:679.
"PHOSPHORYLATION OF SUCROSE SYNTHASE AT SERINE 170: OCCURRENCE AND POSSIBLE ROLE AS A SIGNAL FOR PROTEOLYSIS" -
Hardin, S.C., Tang, G.Q., Scholz, A., Holtgraewe, D., Winter, H., Huber, S.C. 2003. "Phosphorylation of Sucrose Synthase at Serine 170: Occurrence and Possible Role As a Signal for Proteolysis" [abstract]. Plant Journal. 35:588-603.
AN ARABIDOPSIS PROTEIN WITH SEQUENCE SIMILARITY TO ANIMAL TGF-BETA RECEPTOR INTERACTING PROTEIN IS PHOSPHORYLATED BY THE BR11 RECEPTOR KINASE IN VITRO -
Ehsan, H., Ray, W.K., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2003. An arabidopsis protein with sequence similarity to animal tgf-beta receptor interacting protein is phosphorylated by the br11 receptor kinase in vitro [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2003/public/M12/5068.html
DO AMINO ACIDS REGULATE TRANSCRIPTION OF LIPOGENIC GENES IN DEVELOPING SOYBEAN SEEDS? -
Hernandez, C., Saravitz, C., Zhang, P., Israel, D., Dewey, R., Huber, S.C. 2003. Do amino acids regulate transcription of lipogenic genes in developing soybean seeds? [abstract]. International Congress of Plant Molecular Biology. Paper No. 3620.
THE C-TERMINAL TAIL OF ARABIDOPSIS 14-3 FUNCTIONS AS AN AUTOINHIBITOR AND MAY CONTAIN A TENTH A-HELIX -
Shen, W., Clark, C., Huber, S.C. 2003. The c-terminal tail of arabidopsis 14-3 functions as an autoinhibitor and may contain a tenth a-helix. Plant Journal. 34:473-484.
A NOVEL C-TERMINAL PROTEOLYTIC PROCESSING OF CYTOSOLIC PYRUVATE KINASE, ITS PHOSPHORYLATION AND DEGRADATION BY THE PROTEASOME IN DEVELOPING SOYBEAN SEEDS -
Tang, G., Hardin, S.C., Dewey, R., Huber, S.C. 2003. A novel c-terminal proteolytic processing of cytosolic pyruvate kinase, its phosphorylation and degradation by the proteasome in developing soybean seeds. Plant Journal. 34:77-95.
PROTEIN PHOSPHORYLATION AS A POSSIBLE TRIGGER FOR DEGRADATION OF METABOLIC ENZYMES -
HUBER, S.C., TANG, G.Q., HARDIN, S.C. 2003. Protein Phosphorylation As A Possible Trigger For Degradation of Metabolic Enzymes [abstract]. Current Topics In Plant Biochemistry, Physiology and Molecular Biology. Plant Protein Phosphorylation-Dephosphorylation. 21:1415.
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SUBSTRATE SPECIFICITY OF SUCROSE-PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE PROTEIN KINASE -