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2005 (13 articles)↑ Top
  • Ashlock DA, RA Swanson-Wagner, PS Schnable (2005) Selection of genetically diverse recombinant inbreds with an ordered gene evolutionary algorithm. CIBCB'05: 237-242.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1109/CIBCB.2005.1594923 ]
  • Hochholdinger F, K Woll, L Guo, PS Schnable (2005) The accumulation of abundant soluble proteins changes early in the development of the primary roots of maize (Zea mays L.). Proteomics, 5(18): 4885-4893. (An image from this manuscript was selected for inclusion on the cover)
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1002/pmic.200402034 | PMID: 16247731 ]

  • Woll K, LA Borsuk, H Stransky, D Nettleton, PS Schnable, F Hochholdinger (2005) Isolation, characterization, and pericycle-specific transcriptome analyses of the novel maize lateral and seminal root initiation mutant rum1. Plant Physiol, 139(3): 1255-1267.
  • Fu Y*, SJ Emrich*, L Guo, TJ Wen, DA Ashlock, S Aluru, PS Schnable (2005) Quality assessment of maize assembled genomic islands (MAGIs) and large-scale experimental verification of predicted genes. PNAS, 102(34): 12282-12287.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1073/pnas.0503394102 | PMID: 16103354 | Cited 82 times ]
  • Jackson BN, S Aluru, PS Schnable (2005) Consensus genetic maps: a graph theoretic approach. Proc IEEE Comput Syst Bioinform Conf: 35-43.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1109/CSB.2005.26 | PMID: 16447960 ]
  • Wen TJ, F Hochholdinger, M Sauer, W Bruce, PS Schnable (2005) The roothairless1 gene of maize encodes a homolog of sec3, which is involved in polar exocytosis. Plant Physiol, 138(3): 1637-1643. (Epub: 24 Jun 2005; Selected as an Editors' Choice by MaizeGDB, 4/07)
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1104/pp.105.062174 | PMID: 15980192 | Cited 142 times ]
  • Hsia AP, TJ Wen, HD Chen, Z Liu, MD Yandeau-Nelson, Y Wei, L Guo, PS Schnable (2005) Temperature gradient capillary electrophoresis (TGCE)--A tool for the high-throughput discovery and mapping of SNPs and IDPs. Theor Appl Genet, 111(2): 218-225.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1007/s00122-005-1997-5 | PMID: 15912345 ]
  • Ding J, K Viswanathan, D Berleant, L Hughes, ES Wurtele, DA Ashlock, JA Dickerson, A Fulmer, PS Schnable (2005) Using the biological taxonomy to access biological literature with PathBinderH. Bioinformatics, 21(10): 2560-2562.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/bti381 | PMID: 15769838 ]
  • Dietrich CR, MA Perera, MD Yandeau-Nelson, RB Meeley, BJ Nikolau, PS Schnable (2005) Characterization of two gl8 paralogs reveals that the 3-ketoacyl reductase component of fatty acid elongase is essential for maize (Zea mays L.) development. Plant J, 42(6): 844-861.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1111/j.1365-313X.2005.02418.x | PMID: 15941398 | Cited 73 times ]
  • Yao H, PS Schnable (2005) Cis-effects on meiotic recombination across distinct a1-sh2 intervals in a common Zea genetic background. Genetics, 170(4): 1929-1944.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1534/genetics.104.034454 | PMID: 15937141 ]
  • 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, 57(3): 445-460.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1007/s11103-005-0271-1 | PMID: 15830133 ]
  • Yandeau-Nelson MD, Q Zhou, H Yao, X Xu, BJ Nikolau, PS Schnable (2005) MuDR transposase increases the frequency of meiotic crossovers in the vicinity of a Mu insertion in the maize a1 gene. Genetics, 169(2): 917-929.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1534/genetics.104.035089 | PMID: 15489518 ]
  • Skibbe DS, PS Schnable (2005) Male sterility in maize. Maydica, 50: 367-376.
2004 (9 articles)↑ Top
2003 (3 articles)↑ Top
  • Qiu F, L Guo, TJ Wen, F Liu, DA Ashlock, PS Schnable (2003) DNA sequence-based "bar codes" for tracking the origins of expressed sequence tags from a maize cDNA library constructed using multiple mRNA sources. Plant Physiol, 133(2): 475-481.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1104/pp.103.025015 | PMID: 14555776 ]
  • Nakazono M, F Qiu, LA Borsuk, PS Schnable (2003) Laser-capture microdissection, a tool for the global analysis of gene expression in specific plant cell types: identification of genes expressed differentially in epidermal cells or vascular tissues of maize. Plant Cell, 15(3): 583-596. (Selected as a "must read" by the Faculty of 1000 Biology)
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1105/tpc.008102 | PMID: 12615934 | Cited 376 times ] Faculty1000 Recommeded Article
  • Cui X, AP Hsia, F Liu, DA Ashlock, RP Wise, PS Schnable (2003) Alternative transcription initiation sites and polyadenylation sites are recruited during Mu suppression at the rf2a locus of maize. Genetics, 163(2): 685-698.
2002 (5 articles)↑ Top
  • Xu X, CR Dietrich, R Lessire, BJ Nikolau, PS Schnable (2002) The endoplasmic reticulum-associated maize GL8 protein is a component of the acyl-coenzyme A elongase involved in the production of cuticular waxes. Plant Physiol, 128(3): 924-934.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1104/pp.010621 | PMID: 11891248 | Cited 80 times ]
  • Liu F, PS Schnable (2002) Functional specialization of maize mitochondrial aldehyde dehydrogenases. Plant Physiol, 130(4): 1657-1674.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1104/pp.012336 | PMID: 12481049 | Cited 86 times ]
  • Dietrich CR, F Cui, ML Packila, J Li, DA Ashlock, BJ Nikolau, PS Schnable (2002) Maize Mu transposons are targeted to the 5' untranslated region of the gl8 gene and sequences flanking Mu target-site duplications exhibit nonrandom nucleotide composition throughout the genome. Genetics, 160(2): 697-716.
  • Yao H, Q Zhou, J Li, H Smith, MD Yandeau-Nelson, BJ Nikolau, PS Schnable (2002) Molecular characterization of meiotic recombination across the 140-kb multigenic a1-sh2 interval of maize. PNAS, 99(9): 6157-6162. (A commentary on this manuscript solicited by journal editors and written by Cliff Weil was provided in 99:5763-5765; selected as a "must read" by the Faculty of 1000 Biology)
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1073/pnas.082562199 | PMID: 11959909 | Cited 110 times ] Faculty1000 Recommeded Article
  • 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, 48(5): 751-764.
    [ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1023/A:1014870429630 | PMID: 11999848 | Cited 78 times ]
2001 (2 articles)↑ Top

Proteomics 2005: Volume 5, Issue 18


Hochholdinger F, K Woll, L Guo, PS Schnable (2005) The accumulation of abundant soluble proteins changes early in the development of the primary roots of maize (Zea mays L.). Proteomics, 5(18): 4885-4893. (An image from this manuscript was selected for inclusion on the cover)

[ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1002/pmic.200402034 | PMID: 16247731 ]

Plant Cell 2001: Volume 13, Issue 5


Liu F, X Cui, HT Horner, H Weiner, PS Schnable (2001) Mitochondrial aldehyde dehydrogenase activity is required for male fertility in maize. Plant Cell, 13(5): 1063-1078. (An image from this manuscript was selected for inclusion on the cover)

[ Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.1105/tpc.13.5.1063 | PMID: 11340182 | Cited 217 times ]