Christian Fankhauser

University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland 
"Christian Fankhauser"
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Ince YÇ, Krahmer J, Fiorucci AS, et al. (2022) A combination of plasma membrane sterol biosynthesis and autophagy is required for shade-induced hypocotyl elongation. Nature Communications. 13: 5659
Michaud O, Krahmer J, Galbier F, et al. (2022) Abscisic Acid Modulates Neighbor Proximity-Induced Leaf Hyponasty in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology
Fiorucci AS, Michaud O, Schmid-Siegert E, et al. (2022) Shade suppresses wound-induced leaf repositioning through a mechanism involving PHYTOCHROME KINASE SUBSTRATE (PKS) genes. Plos Genetics. 18: e1010213
Legris M, Szarzynska-Erden BM, Trevisan M, et al. (2021) Phototropin-mediated perception of light direction in leaves regulates blade flattening. Plant Physiology. 187: 1235-1249
Boccaccini A, Legris M, Krahmer J, et al. (2020) Low blue light enhances phototropism by releasing cryptochrome 1-mediated inhibition of PIF4 expression. Plant Physiology
Tavridou E, Schmid-Siegert E, Fankhauser C, et al. (2020) UVR8-mediated inhibition of shade avoidance involves HFR1 stabilization in Arabidopsis. Plos Genetics. 16: e1008797
Fernández-Milmanda GL, Crocco CD, Reichelt M, et al. (2020) A light-dependent molecular link between competition cues and defence responses in plants. Nature Plants. 6: 223-230
Legris M, Ince YÇ, Fankhauser C. (2019) Molecular mechanisms underlying phytochrome-controlled morphogenesis in plants. Nature Communications. 10: 5219
Sophie Fiorucci A, Costa Galvão V, Ince YÇ, et al. (2019) PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTOR 7 is important for early responses to elevated temperature in Arabidopsis seedlings. The New Phytologist
Galvāo VC, Fiorucci AS, Trevisan M, et al. (2019) PIF transcription factors link a neighbor threat cue to accelerated reproduction in Arabidopsis. Nature Communications. 10: 4005
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