Nitzan Shabek

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University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Area:
Biochemistry, Ubiquitin, Structural Biology
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Stirling SA, Guercio AM, Patrick RM, et al. (2024) Volatile communication in plants relies on a KAI2-mediated signaling pathway. Science (New York, N.Y.). 383: 1318-1325
Tal L, Guercio AM, Varshney K, et al. (2023) C-terminal conformational changes in SCF-D3/MAX2 ubiquitin ligase are required for KAI2-mediated signaling. The New Phytologist
Guercio AM, Palayam M, Shabek N. (2023) Strigolactones: diversity, perception, and hydrolysis. Phytochemistry Reviews : Proceedings of the Phytochemical Society of Europe. 22: 339-360
Hand KA, Shabek N. (2022) The Role of E3 Ubiquitin Ligases in Chloroplast Function. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 23
Sun F, Palayam M, Shabek N. (2022) Structure of maize BZR1-type β-amylase BAM8 provides new insights into its noncatalytic adaptation. Journal of Structural Biology. 107885
Martinez SE, Conn CE, Guercio AM, et al. (2022) A KARRIKIN INSENSITIVE2 paralog in lettuce mediates highly sensitive germination responses to karrikinolide. Plant Physiology
Tal L, Palayam M, Ron M, et al. (2022) A conformational switch in the SCF-D3/MAX2 ubiquitin ligase facilitates strigolactone signalling. Nature Plants
Trenner J, Monaghan J, Saeed B, et al. (2022) Evolution and Functions of Plant U-Box Proteins: From Protein Quality Control to Signaling. Annual Review of Plant Biology
Guercio AM, Torabi S, Cornu D, et al. (2022) Structural and functional analyses explain Pea KAI2 receptor diversity and reveal stereoselective catalysis during signal perception. Communications Biology. 5: 126
Yadav B, Jogawat A, LalNITRATE SK, et al. (2021) Plant mineral transport systems and the potential for crop improvement. Planta. 253: 45
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