David Skibbe

Former Graduate Student


  • B.S., Biology, Truman State University, 1997
  • Ph.D., Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, Iowa State University, 2004


  • Post-Doctoral Fellow, Stanford University, Walbot Lab, 2004-Present


* Authors contributed equally to the article
  • Skibbe DS, X Wang, LA Borsuk, DA Ashlock, D Nettleton, PS Schnable (2008) Floret-specific differences in gene expression and support for the hypothesis that tapetal degeneration of Zea mays L. occurs via programmed cell death. J Genet Genomics, in press.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | Supplemental Materials | doi:10.1016/S1673-8527(08)60081-8 | PMID: 18937917 ]
  • Skibbe DS, X Wang, X Zhao, LA Borsuk, D Nettleton, PS Schnable (2006) Scanning microarrays at multiple intensities enhances discovery of differentially expressed genes. Bioinformatics, in press.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btl270 | PMID: 16731695 ]
  • Yao H, L Guo, Y Fu, LA Borsuk, TJ Wen, DS Skibbe, X Cui, BE Scheffler, J Cao, SJ Emrich, DA Ashlock, PS Schnable (2005) Evaluation of five ab initio gene prediction programs for the discovery of maize genes. Plant Mol Biol, in press.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1007/s11103-005-0271-1 | PMID: 15830133 ]
  • Skibbe DS, PS Schnable (2005) Male sterility in maize. Maydica, in press.
  • Skibbe DS, F Liu, TJ Wen, MD Yandeau-Nelson, X Cui, J Cao, CR Simmons, PS Schnable (2002) Characterization of the aldehyde dehydrogenase gene families of Zea mays and Arabidopsis. Plant Mol Biol, in press.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1023/A:1014870429630 | PMID: 11999848 | Cited 78 times ]