Publications

Michael Nodine

2017

Lutzmayer S, Enugutti B, Nodine M (2017) Novel small RNA spike-in oligonucleotides enable absolute normalization of small RNA-Seq data. Sci Reports 7:5913.

Racolta A, Nodine MD, Davies K et al. (2017) A Common Pathway of Root Growth Control and Response to CLE Peptides Through Two Receptor Kinases in Arabidopsis. Genetics [epub].

Racolta A, Nodine MD, Davies K et al. (2017) A Common Pathway of Root Growth Control and Response to CLE Peptides Through Two Receptor Kinases in Arabidopsis. Genetics [epub].

Schon M and Nodine M (2017) Widespread Contamination of Arabidopsis Embryo and Endosperm Transcriptome Datasets. Plant Cell 29(4):608-17.

2016

Ghosh Dastidar M, Mosiolek M, Bleckmann A, et al. (2016) Sensitive whole mount in situ localization of small RNAs in plants. Plant J 88(4):694-702.

Nodine MD (2016) Mobile small RNAs: Sperm-companion communication. Nat Plants 2:16041.

2014

Vashisht D, Nodine MD (2014) MicroRNA functions in plant embryos. Biochem Soc Trans 42(2):352–7.

2012

Nodine MD, Bartel DP (2012) Maternal and paternal genomes contribute equally to the transcriptome of early plant embryos. Nature 482(7383):94-97

2011

Nodine MD, Bryan AC, Racolta A, et al. (2011) A few standing for many: embryo receptor-like kinases. Trends Plant Sci 16(4):211-7.

2010

Nodine MD, Bartel DP (2010) MicroRNAs prevent precocious gene expression and enable pattern formation during plant embryogenesis. Genes Dev 24(23):2678-92.

2008

Nodine MD, Tax FE (2008) Two receptor-like kinases required together for the establishment of Arabidopsis cotyledon primordia. Dev Biol 314(1):161-70.

2007

Nodine MD, Yadegari R, Tax FE (2007) RPK1 and TOAD2 are two receptor-like kinases redundantly required for Arabidopsis embryonic pattern formation. Dev Cell 12(6):943-56.

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