Steven L. Spiker

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1981-2014 Genetics North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
Area:
Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Botany Biology, Cell Biology
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"Steven Louis Spiker" OR "Steven L Spiker"
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Parents

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C. Roger Chalkley grad student 1970 University of Iowa
 (The relationship of histones to plant growth and development)
Ralph S. Quatrano research scientist E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. (Cell Biology Tree)

Children

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Deborah S Loer grad student 1992 NCSU (Plant Biology Tree)
Jennifer L. Ingram grad student 2000 NCSU
Scots L. Mankin grad student 2000 NCSU
Victor B. Busov grad student 2001 NCSU
Kirk E. Francis grad student 2004 NCSU
Christopher J. Halweg grad student 2004 NCSU
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Halweg C, Thompson WF, Spiker S. (2005) The rb7 matrix attachment region increases the likelihood and magnitude of transgene expression in tobacco cells: a flow cytometric study. The Plant Cell. 17: 418-29
Francis KE, Spiker S. (2005) Identification of Arabidopsis thaliana transformants without selection reveals a high occurrence of silenced T-DNA integrations. The Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology. 41: 464-77
Allen GC, Spiker S, Thompson WF. (2005) Transgene integration: use of matrix attachment regions. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 286: 313-26
Busov VB, Johannes E, Whetten RW, et al. (2004) An auxin-inducible gene from loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) is differentially expressed in mature and juvenile-phase shoots and encodes a putative transmembrane protein. Planta. 218: 916-27
Mankin SL, Allen GC, Phelan T, et al. (2003) Elevation of transgene expression level by flanking matrix attachment regions (MAR) is promoter dependent: a study of the interactions of six promoters with the RB7 3' MAR. Transgenic Research. 12: 3-12
Ascenzi R, Ingram JL, Massel M, et al. (2001) The role of cell differentiation state and HMG-I/Y in the expression of transgenes flanked by matrix attachment regions. Transgenic Research. 10: 465-70
Allen GC, Spiker S, Thompson WF. (2000) Use of matrix attachment regions (MARs) to minimize transgene silencing. Plant Molecular Biology. 43: 361-76
Michalowski SM, Allen GC, Hall GE, et al. (1999) Characterization of randomly-obtained matrix attachment regions (MARs) from higher plants. Biochemistry. 38: 12795-804
Meier I, Gröning B, Michalowski S, et al. (1997) The tomato RBCS3A promoter requires integration into the chromatin for correct organ-specific regulation Febs Letters. 415: 91-95
Spiker S, Thompson WF. (1996) Nuclear Matrix Attachment Regions and Transgene Expression in Plants. Plant Physiology. 110: 15-21
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