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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Research Project: Molecular Mechanisms of Photoperception, Signaling and Gene Regulation by the Phytochrome Family

Location: Plant Gene Expression Center

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

PPKs mediate direct signal transfer from pytochrome photreceptors to transdcription factor PIF3 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wi, N., Xu, S.L., Gonzalez-Grandio, E., Chalkley, R.J., Huhmer, A.F., Burlingame, A.L., Wang, Z.Y., Quail, P.H. 2017. PPKs mediate direct signal transfer from pytochrome photreceptors to transdcription factor PIF3. Nature Communications. 8:15236. doi:10.1038/ncomms15236.

The shade avoidance syndrome in Aribdopsis: the antoagonistic role of phtochrome a and B differentiates vegetation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Martinez-Garcia, J., Gallemi, M., Molina-Contreras, M.J., Llorente, B., Bevilaqua, M.R., Quail, P.H. 2014. The shade avoidance syndrome in Aribdopsis: the antoagonistic role of phtochrome a and B differentiates vegetation. PLoS One. 9(10):e109275.

Phytochrome and retrograde signalling pathways coverage to antogonistically regulate a light-induced transcription network - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Martin, G., Leviar, P., Ludevid, D., Tepperman, J., Quail, P., Monte, E. 2014. Phytochrome and retrograde signalling pathways coverage to antogonistically regulate a light-induced transcription network. Nature Communications. 7:11431.

A modified reverse one-hybrid screen identifies transcriptional activation in Phyochrome-Interacting Factor 3 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Dalton, J., Batz, U., Liu, J., Curie, G., Quail, P. 2014. A modified reverse one-hybrid screen identifies transcriptional activation in Phyochrome-Interacting Factor 3. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7:881.

Molecular convergence of cloc and photosensory pathways through PIF3-TOC1 interaction and co-occupancy of target populations - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Soy, J., Leivar, P., Gonzalez-Schain, N., Martin, G., Diaz, C., Sentandrea, M., Bassem Al Sady, B., Quail, P., Monte, E. 2014. Molecular convergence of cloc and photosensory pathways through PIF3-TOC1 interaction and co-occupancy of target populations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113(17):4870-4875.

Rice phytochrome-interacting factor protein OsPIFff14 represses OsDREB1B gene expression through an extended N-box and interacts preferentially with the active form of phytochrome B - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Cordeiro, A., Figueiredo, D., Tepperman, J., Borba, R., Lourenco, T., Abreau, I., Ouwerkerk, P., Quail, P., Olivira, M., Saibo, N. 2014. Rice phytochrome-interacting factor protein OsPIFff14 represses OsDREB1B gene expression through an extended N-box and interacts preferentially with the active form of phytochrome B. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 1859(2):393-404.

Combinatorial Complexity in a Transcriptionally-centered Signaling Hub in Arabidopsis. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Pfeiffer, A., Shi, H., Tepperman, J.M., Zhang, Y., Quail, P.H. 2014. Combinatorial Complexity in a Transcriptionally-centered Signaling Hub in Arabidopsis.. Molecular Plant. 7(11):1598-618.

A mutually assured destruction mechanism attentuates light signaling in Arabidopsis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Quail, P.H., Ni, W., Xu, S., Tepperman, J.M., Stanley, D.J., Maltby, D.A., Gross, J.D., Burlingame, A.L., Wang, Z. 2014. A mutually assured destruction mechanism attentuates light signaling in Arabidopsis. Science. 344:1160-1164.

Multisite light-induced phosphorylation of the transcription factor PIF3 is necessary for both its rapid degradation and concomitant negative feedback modulation of photoreceptor phyB levels in Arabidopsis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ni, W., Xu, S.L., Chalkley, R.J., Pham, T.N., Guan, S., Maltby, D.A., Burlingame, A.L., Wang, Z.Y., Quail, P.H. 2013. Multisite light-induced phosphorylation of the transcription factor PIF3 is necessary for both its rapid degradation and concomitant negative feedback modulation of photoreceptor phyB levels in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell. 25:2679-2698. PMCID: PMC3753391.

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