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Molecular Mechanisms of Selenium Tolerance and Hyperaccumulation in Stanleya pinnata
JL Freeman, M Tamaoki, C Stushnoff, CF Quinn, JJ Cappa, J Devonshire, ...
Plant physiology 153 (4), 1630-1652, 2010
2772010
A tale of two toxicities: malformed selenoproteins and oxidative stress both contribute to selenium stress in plants
D Van Hoewyk
Annals of botany 112 (6), 965-972, 2013
2642013
Transcriptome analyses give insights into selenium‐stress responses and selenium tolerance mechanisms in Arabidopsis
D Van Hoewyk, H Takahashi, E Inoue, A Hess, M Tamaoki, ...
Physiologia plantarum 132 (2), 236-253, 2008
2302008
Overexpression of AtCpNifS enhances selenium tolerance and accumulation in Arabidopsis
D Van Hoewyk, GF Garifullina, AR Ackley, SE Abdel-Ghany, MA Marcus, ...
Plant Physiology 139 (3), 1518-1528, 2005
1502005
Adenosine 5′-phosphosulfate reductase (APR2) mutation in Arabidopsis implicates glutathione deficiency in selenate toxicity
K Grant, NM Carey, M Mendoza, J Schulze, M Pilon, EAH Pilon-Smits, ...
Biochemical Journal 438 (2), 325-335, 2011
1012011
Chloroplast iron-sulfur cluster protein maturation requires the essential cysteine desulfurase CpNifS
D Van Hoewyk, SE Abdel-Ghany, CM Cohu, SK Herbert, P Kugrens, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (13), 5686-5691, 2007
912007
Plant selenium toxicity: Proteome in the crosshairs
Z Kolbert, Á Molnár, G Feigl, D Van Hoewyk
Journal of plant physiology 232, 291-300, 2019
802019
Malformed selenoproteins are removed by the ubiquitin–proteasome pathway in Stanleya pinnata
M Sabbagh, D Van Hoewyk
Plant and Cell Physiology 53 (3), 555-564, 2012
672012
The Drosophila cell cycle kinase PAN GU forms an active complex with PLUTONIUM and GNU to regulate embryonic divisions
LA Lee, D Van Hoewyk, TL Orr-Weaver
Genes & development 17 (23), 2979-2991, 2003
552003
Selenite activates the alternative oxidase pathway and alters primary metabolism in Brassica napus roots: evidence of a mitochondrial stress response
A Dimkovikj, D Van Hoewyk
BMC plant biology 14, 1-15, 2014
512014
The functions of NifS-like proteins in plant sulfur and selenium metabolism
D Van Hoewyk, M Pilon, EAH Pilon-Smits
Plant Science 174 (2), 117-123, 2008
512008
Biogenesis of iron-sulfur cluster proteins in plastids
M Pilon, SE Abdel-Ghany, D Van Hoewyk, H Ye, EAH Pilon-Smits
Genetic Engineering: Principles and Methods, 101-117, 2006
432006
Soil nitrogen dynamics in organic and mineral soil calcareous wetlands in eastern New York
D Van Hoewyk, PM Groffman, E Kiviat, G Mihocko, G Stevens
Soil Science Society of America Journal 64 (6), 2168-2173, 2000
432000
The ubiquitin–proteasome pathway protects Chlamydomonas reinhardtii against selenite toxicity, but is impaired as reactive oxygen species accumulate
P Vallentine, CY Hung, J Xie, D Van Hoewyk
AoB Plants 6, plu062, 2014
412014
Superoxide generated from the glutathione-mediated reduction of selenite damages the iron-sulfur cluster of chloroplastic ferredoxin
B Fisher, D Yarmolinsky, S Abdel-Ghany, M Pilon, EA Pilon-Smits, M Sagi, ...
Plant physiology and biochemistry 106, 228-235, 2016
392016
Use of the non-radioactive SUnSET method to detect decreased protein synthesis in proteasome inhibited Arabidopsis roots
D Van Hoewyk
Plant Methods 12, 1-7, 2016
292016
Functions and cellular localization of cysteine desulfurase and selenocysteine lyase in Trypanosoma brucei
P Poliak, D Van Hoewyk, M Oborník, A Zíková, KD Stuart, J Tachezy, ...
The FEBS journal 277 (2), 383-393, 2010
292010
Defects in endoplasmic reticulum-associated degradation (ERAD) increase selenate sensitivity in Arabidopsis
D Van Hoewyk
Plant signaling & behavior 13 (4), e1171451, 2018
282018
Stuck between a ROS and a hard place: Analysis of the ubiquitin proteasome pathway in selenocysteine treated Brassica napus reveals different toxicities during selenium …
A Dimkovikj, B Fisher, K Hutchison, D Van Hoewyk
Journal of plant physiology 181, 50-54, 2015
272015
Endomycorrhizal colonization of Dasiphora floribunda, a native plant species of calcareous wetlands in eastern New York State, USA
D Van Hoewyk, C Wigand, PM Groffman
Wetlands 21 (3), 431-436, 2001
202001
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