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Ralph Seelye grad student 1966 University of Auckland (Chemistry Tree)
 (Structural and synthetic studies on diterpenes)
John Derek Smith post-doc 1969-1970 MRC-LMB (Chemistry Tree)
Nam-Hai Chua research scientist 1979 Rockefeller


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Hong-Quan Yang post-doc Shanghai Normal University
Giovanni Giuliano post-doc 1987-1988
Chentao Lin post-doc 1996 Penn (Cell Biology Tree)
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Cashmore AR. (2011) Profile of Anthony R. Cashmore. Interview by Prashant Nair. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: 443-5
Cashmore AR. (2003) Cryptochromes: enabling plants and animals to determine circadian time. Cell. 114: 537-43
Yang HQ, Tang RH, Cashmore AR. (2001) The signaling mechanism of Arabidopsis CRY1 involves direct interaction with COP1. The Plant Cell. 13: 2573-2587
Briggs WR, Beck CF, Cashmore AR, et al. (2001) The phototropin family of photoreceptors. The Plant Cell. 13: 993-7
Jarillo JA, Gabrys H, Capel J, et al. (2001) Phototropin-related NPL1 controls chloroplast relocation induced by blue light Nature. 410: 952-954
Jarillo JA, Capel J, Tang RH, et al. (2001) An Arabidopsis circadian clock component interacts with both CRY1 and phyB Nature. 410: 487-490
Yang HQ, Wu YJ, Tang RH, et al. (2000) The C Termini of Arabidopsis Cryptochromes Mediate a Constitutive Light Response Cell. 103: 815-827
Kroneder R, Cashmore AR, Marwan W. (1999) Phytochrome-induced expression of lig1, a homologue of the fission yeast cell-cycle checkpoint gene hus1, is associated with the developmental switch in Physarum polycephalum plasmodia. Current Genetics. 36: 86-93
Ninu L, Ahmad M, Miarelli C, et al. (1999) Cryptochrome 1 controls tomato development in response to blue light. Plant Journal. 18: 551-556
Cashmore AR, Jarillo JA, Wu YJ, et al. (1999) Cryptochromes: blue light receptors for plants and animals. Science (New York, N.Y.). 284: 760-5
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