Yongjian Qiu, Ph.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
2011 Horticulture Washington State University, Pullman, WA, United States 
Area:
Botany Biology, Plant Pathology Agriculture, Molecular Biology

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2021 Yoo CY, He J, Sang Q, Qiu Y, Long L, Kim RJ, Chong EG, Hahm J, Morffy N, Zhou P, Strader LC, Nagatani A, Mo B, Chen X, Chen M. Direct photoresponsive inhibition of a p53-like transcription activation domain in PIF3 by Arabidopsis phytochrome B. Nature Communications. 12: 5614. PMID 34556672 DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-25909-5  0.725
2021 Qiu Y, Pasoreck EK, Yoo CY, He J, Wang H, Bajracharya A, Li M, Larsen HD, Cheung S, Chen M. RCB initiates Arabidopsis thermomorphogenesis by stabilizing the thermoregulator PIF4 in the daytime. Nature Communications. 12: 2042. PMID 33824329 DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-22313-x  0.731
2020 Qiu Y. Regulation of PIF4-mediated thermosensory growth. Plant Science : An International Journal of Experimental Plant Biology. 297: 110541. PMID 32563452 DOI: 10.1016/J.Plantsci.2020.110541  0.467
2020 Hahm J, Kim K, Qiu Y, Chen M. Publisher Correction: Increasing ambient temperature progressively disassembles Arabidopsis phytochrome B from individual photobodies with distinct thermostabilities. Nature Communications. 11: 1966. PMID 32312985 DOI: 10.1038/S41467-020-16008-Y  0.441
2020 Hahm J, Kim K, Qiu Y, Chen M. Increasing ambient temperature progressively disassemble Arabidopsis phytochrome B from individual photobodies with distinct thermostabilities. Nature Communications. 11: 1660. PMID 32245953 DOI: 10.1038/S41467-020-15526-Z  0.498
2019 Qiu Y, Li M, Kim RJ, Moore CM, Chen M. Daytime temperature is sensed by phytochrome B in Arabidopsis through a transcriptional activator HEMERA. Nature Communications. 10: 140. PMID 30635559 DOI: 10.1038/S41467-018-08059-Z  0.745
2017 Qiu Y, Pasoreck EK, Reddy AK, Nagatani A, Ma W, Chory J, Chen M. Mechanism of early light signaling by the carboxy-terminal output module of Arabidopsis phytochrome B. Nature Communications. 8: 1905. PMID 29199270 DOI: 10.1038/S41467-017-02062-6  0.673
2017 Nevarez PA, Qiu Y, Inoue H, Yoo CY, Benfey PN, Schnell DJ, Chen M. Mechanism of Dual Targeting of the Phytochrome Signaling Component HEMERA/pTAC12 to Plastids and the Nucleus. Plant Physiology. 173: 1953-1966. PMID 28232584 DOI: 10.1104/Pp.16.00116  0.673
2015 Qiu Y, Li M, Pasoreck EK, Long L, Shi Y, Galvão RM, Chou CL, Wang H, Sun AY, Zhang YC, Jiang A, Chen M. HEMERA Couples the Proteolysis and Transcriptional Activity of PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTORs in Arabidopsis Photomorphogenesis. The Plant Cell. 27: 1409-27. PMID 25944101 DOI: 10.1105/Tpc.114.136093  0.598
2014 Feng CM, Qiu Y, Van Buskirk EK, Yang EJ, Chen M. Light-regulated gene repositioning in Arabidopsis. Nature Communications. 5: 3027. PMID 24390011 DOI: 10.1038/Ncomms4027  0.691
2012 Qiu Y, Xi J, Du L, Poovaiah BW. The function of calreticulin in plant immunity: new discoveries for an old protein. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 7: 907-10. PMID 22827946 DOI: 10.4161/Psb.20721  0.627
2012 Qiu Y, Xi J, Du L, Suttle JC, Poovaiah BW. Coupling calcium/calmodulin-mediated signaling and herbivore-induced plant response through calmodulin-binding transcription factor AtSR1/CAMTA3. Plant Molecular Biology. 79: 89-99. PMID 22371088 DOI: 10.1007/S11103-012-9896-Z  0.659
2012 Xi J, Qiu Y, Du L, Poovaiah BW. Plant-specific trihelix transcription factor AtGT2L interacts with calcium/calmodulin and responds to cold and salt stresses. Plant Science : An International Journal of Experimental Plant Biology. 185: 274-80. PMID 22325890 DOI: 10.1016/J.Plantsci.2011.11.013  0.694
2012 Qiu Y, Xi J, Du L, Roje S, Poovaiah BW. A dual regulatory role of Arabidopsis calreticulin-2 in plant innate immunity. The Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology. 69: 489-500. PMID 21974727 DOI: 10.1111/J.1365-313X.2011.04807.X  0.669
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