Stephen G. Cessna, Ph.D.

2000 Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
ligand-targeted imaging and therapeutic agents for the diagnosis and treatment of important human diseases
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Philip S. Low grad student 2000 Purdue
 (The role of calcium in signal transduction pathways leading to the plant oxidative burst.)
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Kishbaugh TLS, Cessna S, Jeanne Horst S, et al. (2012) Measuring beyond content: A rubric bank for assessing skills in authentic research assignments in the sciences Chemistry Education Research and Practice. 13: 268-276
Cessna SG, Kishbaugh TLS, Neufeld DG, et al. (2009) A multiweek, problem-based laboratory project using phytoremediation to remove copper from soil: General chemistry labs for teaching thermodynamics and equilibrium Journal of Chemical Education. 86: 726-729
Bolduc N, Lamb GN, Cessna SG, et al. (2007) Modulation of Bax Inhibitor-1 and cytosolic Ca2+ by cytokinins in Nicotiana tabacum cells. Biochimie. 89: 961-71
Cessna SG, Matsumoto TK, Lamb GN, et al. (2007) The externally derived portion of the hyperosmotic shock-activated cytosolic calcium pulse mediates adaptation to ionic stress in suspension-cultured tobacco cells. Journal of Plant Physiology. 164: 815-23
Matsumoto TK, Ellsmore AJ, Cessna SG, et al. (2002) An osmotically induced cytosolic Ca2+ transient activates calcineurin signaling to mediate ion homeostasis and salt tolerance of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 277: 33075-80
Cessna SG, Low PS. (2001) Activation of the oxidative burst in aequorin-transformed Nicotiana tabacum cells is mediated by protein kinase- and anion channel-dependent release of Ca2+ from internal stores. Planta. 214: 126-34
Cessna SG, Messerli MA, Robinson KR, et al. (2001) Measurement of stress-induced Ca(2+) pulses in single aequorin-transformed tobacco cells. Cell Calcium. 30: 151-6
Cessna SG, Low PS. (2001) An apoplastic Ca2+ sensor regulates internal Ca2+ release in aequorin-transformed tobacco cells. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 276: 10655-62
Cessna SG, Sears VE, Dickman MB, et al. (2000) Oxalic acid, a pathogenicity factor for Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, suppresses the oxidative burst of the host plant. The Plant Cell. 12: 2191-200
Chandra S, Cessna SG, Yahraus T, et al. (2000) Homologous and heterologous desensitization and synergy in pathways leading to the soybean oxidative burst. Planta. 211: 736-42
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