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Publications of Friedrich Kragler

Journal Article (39)

  1. 21.
    Journal Article
    Kragler, F.: RNA in the phloem: A crisis or a return on investment? PLANT SCIENCE 178 (2), pp. 99 - 104 (2010)
  2. 22.
    Journal Article
    Zhang, S.; Sun, L.; Kragler, F.: The phloem-delivered RNA pool contains small noncoding RNAs and interferes with translation. Plant Physiology 150 (1), pp. 378 - 387 (2009)
  3. 23.
    Journal Article
    Bouyer, D.; Geier, F.; Kragler, F.; Schnittger, A.; Pesch, M.; Wester, K.; Balkunde, R.; Timmer, J.; Fleck, C.; Hulskamp, M.: Two-dimensional patterning by a trapping/depletion mechanism: the role of TTG1 and GL3 in Arabidopsis trichome formation. PLoS Biology 6 (6), p. e141 (2008)
  4. 24.
    Journal Article
    Winter, N.; Kollwig, G.; Zhang, S.; Kragler, F.: MPB2C, a microtubule-associated protein, regulates non-cell-autonomy of the homeodomain protein KNOTTED1. Plant Cell 19 (10), pp. 3001 - 3018 (2007)
  5. 25.
    Journal Article
    Ruiz-Medrano, R.; Xoconostle-Cazares, B.; Kragler, F.: The plasmodesmatal transport pathway for homeotic proteins, silencing signals and viruses. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 7 (6), pp. 641 - 650 (2004)
  6. 26.
    Journal Article
    Yoo, B.-C.; Kragler, F.; Varkonyi-Gasic, E.; Haywood, V.; Archer-Evans, S.; Lee, Y. M.; Lough, T. J.; Lucas, W. J.: A systemic small RNA signaling system in plants. Plant Cell 16 (8), pp. 1979 - 2000 (2004)
  7. 27.
    Journal Article
    Kragler, F.; Curin, M.; Trutnyeva, K.; Gansch, A.; Waigmann, E.: MPB2C, a microtubule-associated plant protein binds to and interferes with cell-to-cell transport of tobacco mosaic virus movement protein. Plant Physiology 132 (4), pp. 1870 - 1883 (2003)
  8. 28.
    Journal Article
    Aoki, K.; Kragler, F.; Xoconostle-Cazares, B.; Lucas, W. J.: A subclass of plant heat shock cognate 70 chaperones carries a motif that facilitates trafficking through plasmodesmata. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99 (25), pp. 16342 - 16347 (2002)
  9. 29.
    Journal Article
    Haywood, V.; Kragler, F.; Lucas, W. J.: Plasmodesmata: pathways for protein and ribonucleoprotein signaling. Plant Cell 14 Suppl, pp. S303 - S325 (2002)
  10. 30.
    Journal Article
    Kunze, M.; Kragler, F.; Binder, M.; Hartig, A.; Gurvitz, A.: Targeting of malate synthase 1 to the peroxisomes of Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells depends on growth on oleic acid medium. European Journal of Biochemistry 269 (3), pp. 915 - 922 (2002)
  11. 31.
    Journal Article
    Lucas, W. J.; Yoo, B.-C.; Kragler, F.: RNA as a long-distance information macromolecule in plants. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 2 (11), pp. 849 - 857 (2001)
  12. 32.
    Journal Article
    Kragler, F.; Monzer, J.; Xoconostle-Cazares, B.; Lucas, W. J.: Peptide antagonists of the plasmodesmal macromolecular trafficking pathway. EMBO Journal 19 (12), pp. 2856 - 2868 (2000)
  13. 33.
    Journal Article
    Kragler, F.; Monzer, J.; Shash, K.; Xoconostle-Cazares, B.; Lucas, W. J.: Cell-to-cell transport of proteins: requirement for unfolding and characterization of binding to a putative plasmodesmal receptor. Plant Journal 15 (3), pp. 367 - 381 (1998)
  14. 34.
    Journal Article
    Kragler, F.; Lucas, W. J.; Monzer, J.: Plasmodesmata: Dynamics, domains and patterning. Annals of Botany 81 (1), pp. 1 - 10 (1998)
  15. 35.
    Journal Article
    Kragler, F.; Mezitt, L.: Cosmic signals? Trends in Plant Science 2 (7), pp. 246 - 247 (1997)
  16. 36.
    Journal Article
    Brocard, C.; Kragler, F.; Binder, M.; Hartig, A.: Regulation of malate synthase activity. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 804, pp. 694 - 695 (1996)
  17. 37.
    Journal Article
    Kragler, F.; Binder, M.; Hartig, A.: A new strategy for isolating genes expressing proteins involved in the import of peroxisomal proteins. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 804, pp. 658 - 659 (1996)
  18. 38.
    Journal Article
    Brocard, C.; Kragler, F.; Simon, M. M.; Schuster, T.; Hartig, A.: The tetratricopeptide repeat-domain of the PAS10 protein of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is essential for binding the peroxisomal targeting signal-SKL. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 204 (3), pp. 1016 - 1022 (1994)
  19. 39.
    Journal Article
    Kragler, F.; Langeder, A.; Raupachova, J.; Binder, M.; Hartig, A.: Two independent peroxisomal targeting signals in catalase A of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Journal of Cell Biology 120 (3), pp. 665 - 673 (1993)

Book (1)

  1. 40.
    Book
    Kragler, F.; Huelskamp, M.: Short and Long Distance Signaling. Springer-Verlag, New York, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London (2012)
 
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