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Research Project: Host-Specific Molecular Genetic Tools for Development of Disease-Resistant Crops

Location: Crop Improvement and Genetics Research

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

Mitigation of acrylamide: a multidisciplinary approach to an industry problem Reprint Icon - (Proceedings)
Mc Cue, K.F. 2018. Mitigation of acrylamide: a multidisciplinary approach to an industry problem. American Journal of Potato Research. 95:338-339. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12230-018-9661-1.

Modification of potato steroidal glycoalkaloids with silencing RNA constructs Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
McCue, K.F., Breksa III, A.P., Vilches, A.M., Belknap, W.R. 2018. Modification of potato steroidal glycoalkaloids with silencing RNA constructs. American Journal of Potato Research. 95:9-14. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12230-018-9658-9.

Measurement of Transgene Copy Number in Potatoes Using Droplet Digital PCR Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Mc Cue, K.F., Collier, R.A., Gardner, E.B., Thilmony, R.L. 2018. Measurement of Transgene Copy Number in Potatoes Using Droplet Digital PCR. Meeting Abstract. 95(3):208-229. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12230-018-9650-4.

Small cyclic amphipathic peptides (SCAmpPs) genes in citrus provide promising tools for more effective tissue specific transgenic expression Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Belknap, W.R., Thomson, J.G., Thilmony, R.L., McCue, K.F., Hao, G., Stover, E.W. 2017. Small cyclic amphipathic peptides (SCAmpPs) genes in citrus provide promising tools for more effective tissue specific transgenic expression. Acta Horticulturae. 1172:85-90. https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2017.1172.15.

Impact of light-exposure on the metabolite balance of transgenic potato tubers with modified glycoalkaloid biosynthesis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shepherd, L., Hackett, C., Alexander, C., Mcnicol, J., Sungurtas, J., Mcrae, D., Mc Cue, K.F., Belknap, W.R., Davies, H. 2016. Impact of light-exposure on the metabolite balance of transgenic potato tubers with modified glycoalkaloid biosynthesis. Food Chemistry. 200:263-373.

Sequence analysis of Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum (Lso-C) isolated from carrot psyllids collected in Scandinavia - (Proceedings)
Mc Cue, K.F., Lazo, G.R., Munyaneza, J.E. 2016. Sequence analysis of Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum (Lso-C) isolated from carrot psyllids collected in Scandinavia. Meeting Proceedings. 2014. pp 152-156.

Impacts on the metabolome of down-regulating polyphenol oxidase in transgenic potato tubers - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shepherd, L.V., Alexander, C.J., Hackett, C.A., Mcrae, D., Sungurtas, J.A., Verrall, S.R., Morris, J.A., Hedley, P.E., Belknap, W.R., Rockhold, D.R., Davies, H.V. 2015. Impacts on the metabolome of down-regulating polyphenol oxidase in transgenic potato tubers. Transgenic Research. 24:447-461.

Modifying glycoalkaloid content in transgenic potato – Metabolome impacts - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shepherd, L., Hacket, C., Alexander, C., McNicol, J., Sungurtas, J., Stewart, D., McCue, K.F., Belknap, W.R., Davies, H.V. 2015. Modifying glycoalkaloid content in transgenic potato – Metabolome impacts. Food Chemistry. 187:437-443.

Comparison of Candiatus Liberibacter solanacearum genomic sequences isolated from carrot psyllids in Scandinavia and potato psyllids from Texas - (Abstract Only)

Liberibacter-associated disease occurrence in Central America - (Proceedings)

The potato psyllid genome project - (Proceedings)
Bextine, B.R., Hail, D., Mc Cue, K.F., Lazo, G.R., Munyaneza, J.E. 2014. The potato psyllid genome project. 13th Annual SCRI Zebra Chip Reporting Session. November 2-6, 2013, San Antonio, Texas. 64-67.

Potato psyllid genome and metagenome project - (Abstract Only)

Dark side of reducing sugars. Sugar isn’t always desirable, at least not in potato processing - (Trade Journal)
Mc Cue, K.F., Novy, R.G. 2013. Dark side of reducing sugars. Sugar isn’t always desirable, at least not in potato processing. Spudman. July/August:30-31.