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Engstrom E.M. (2012) Ham Proteins Promote Organ Indeterminacy.  But How?  Plant Signaling and Behavior. 7(2).  

 HAM Review PDF

Engstrom E.M. (2011) Phylogenetic analysis of GRAS proteins from moss, lycophyte and vascular plant lineages reveals that GRAS genes arose and underwent substantial diversification in the ancestral lineage common to bryophytes and vascular plants. Plant Signaling and Behavior. 6:6 1-5.

GRAS Phylogeney PDF

Banks J. A.,  Nishiyama T., Hasebe M, Bowman J.L., Gribskov M., dePamphilis C., Albert V.A., Aono N., Aoyama T., Ambrose B.A., Ashton V.A., Axtell M.J., Barker E., Barker M.S., Bennetzen J.L., Bonawitz N.D., Chapple C., Cheng C., Correa L.G.G., Dacre M., DeBarry J., Dreyer I., Elias M., Engstrom E.M. and others. (2011) The Selaginella Genome Identifies Genetic Changes Associated with the Evolution of Vascular Plants. Science. 332: 960-963.

Engstrom E.M., Andersen C.M., Gumulak-Smith J., Hu John, Orlova E., Sozzani R., Bowman J.L. (2011) Arabidopsis orthologs of the Petunia HAIRY MERISTEM gene are required for maintenance of shoot and root indeterminacy.  Plant Physiology 155: 735-750.

DeLong, R. K., Akhtar, U., Sallee, M., Parker, B., Barber, S., Zhang J., Craig, M., Garrad, R., Hickey, A.J., and Engstrom, E. (2009) Characterization and performance of nucleic acid nanoparticles combined with protamine and gold. Biomaterials 30, 6451-6459.

Penmetsa, R,V., Uribe, P., Anderson, J., Lichtenzveig, J., Gish, J-C, Nam, Y.W., Engstrom, E., Xu, G., Siskel, G., Pereira, M., Baek, J.M., Lopez-Meyer, M., Long, S.R., Harrison, M.J., Singh, K.B., Kiss, G.B., and Cook, D.R. (2008) The Medicago truncatula ortholog of Arabidopsis EIN2, sickle, is a negative regulator of symbiotic and pathogenic microbial associations. The Plant Journal 55, 580-595.

Engstrom, E. M., Izhaki, A. and Bowman, J.L. (2004) Promoter bashing, microRNAs, and Knox genes.  New insights, regulators, and targets-of-regulation in the establishment of lateral organ polarity in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 135, 685-694.