Gwyn A. Beattie

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Plant Pathology Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
Area:
Microbiology Biology
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Beattie GA. (2015) Microbiomes: Curating communities from plants. Nature. 528: 340-1
Yu X, Lund SP, Greenwald JW, et al. (2014) Transcriptional analysis of the global regulatory networks active in Pseudomonas syringae during leaf colonization. Mbio. 5: e01683-14
Freeman BC, Chen C, Yu X, et al. (2013) Physiological and transcriptional responses to osmotic stress of two Pseudomonas syringae strains that differ in epiphytic fitness and osmotolerance. Journal of Bacteriology. 195: 4742-52
Chen C, Li S, McKeever DR, et al. (2013) The widespread plant-colonizing bacterial species Pseudomonas syringae detects and exploits an extracellular pool of choline in hosts. The Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology. 75: 891-902
Wu L, McGrane RS, Beattie GA. (2013) Light regulation of swarming motility in Pseudomonas syringae integrates signaling pathways mediated by a bacteriophytochrome and a LOV protein. Mbio. 4: e00334-13
Li S, Yu X, Beattie GA. (2013) Glycine betaine catabolism contributes to Pseudomonas syringae tolerance to hyperosmotic stress by relieving betaine-mediated suppression of compatible solute synthesis. Journal of Bacteriology. 195: 2415-23
Yu X, Lund SP, Scott RA, et al. (2013) Transcriptional responses of Pseudomonas syringae to growth in epiphytic versus apoplastic leaf sites. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: E425-34
Freeman BC, Chen C, Beattie GA. (2010) Identification of the trehalose biosynthetic loci of Pseudomonas syringae and their contribution to fitness in the phyllosphere. Environmental Microbiology. 12: 1486-97
Chen C, Malek AA, Wargo MJ, et al. (2010) The ATP-binding cassette transporter Cbc (choline/betaine/carnitine) recruits multiple substrate-binding proteins with strong specificity for distinct quaternary ammonium compounds. Molecular Microbiology. 75: 29-45
Freeman BC, Beattie GA. (2009) Bacterial growth restriction during host resistance to Pseudomonas syringae is associated with leaf water loss and localized cessation of vascular activity in Arabidopsis thaliana. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions : Mpmi. 22: 857-67
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