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2015
Shi Y-F, Wang D-L, Wang C, Culler A H, Kreiser MA, Suresh J, Cohen JD, Pan J, Baker B, Liu J-Z.  2015.  Loss of GSNOR1 Function Leads to Compromised Auxin Signaling and Polar Auxin Transport. Molecular plant. 8(9):1350-65.PDF icon GSNOR1.Mol_.Plant_.2015.pdf (654.61 KB)
2012
Li F, Pignatta D, Bendix C, Brunkard JO, Cohn MM, Tung J, Sun H, Kumar P, Baker B.  2012.  MicroRNA regulation of plant innate immune receptors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109(5):1790-5.PDF icon Li et al. miRNA.Innate.Immune.Receptors.PNAS_.2012.pdf (3.95 MB)
2009
Kuang H, Padmanabhan C, Li F, Kamei A, Bhaskar PB, Ouyang S, Jiang J, Buell RC, Baker B.  2009.  Identification of miniature inverted-repeat transposable elements (MITEs) and biogenesis of their siRNAs in the Solanaceae: new functional implications for MITEs. Genome research. 19(1):42-56.PDF icon Kuang et al.Sol-MITEs Transposons_Function.GenRes.2009.pdf (892.26 KB)
2004
Schornack S, Ballvora A, Gürlebeck D, Peart J, Baulcombe D, Ganal M, Baker B, Bonas U, Lahaye T.  2004.  The tomato resistance protein Bs4 is a predicted non-nuclear TIR-NB-LRR protein that mediates defense responses to severely truncated derivatives of AvrBs4 and overexpressed AvrBs3. The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology. 37(1):46-60.
Rojo E, Martín R, Carter C, Zouhar J, Pan S, Plotnikova J, Jin H, Paneque M, Sánchez-Serrano J J, Baker B et al..  2004.  VPEgamma exhibits a caspase-like activity that contributes to defense against pathogens. Current biology : CB. 14(21):1897-906.
2003
Ronning CM, Stegalkina SS, Ascenzi RA, Bougri O, Hart AL, Utterbach TR, Vanaken SE, Riedmuller SB, White JA, Cho J et al..  2003.  Comparative analyses of potato expressed sequence tag libraries. Plant physiology. 131(2):419-29.
1991
Osborne BI, Corr CA, Prince JP, Hehl R, Tanksley SD, McCormick S, Baker B.  1991.  Ac transposition from a T-DNA can generate linked and unlinked clusters of insertions in the tomato genome. Genetics. 129(3):833-44.