Journal Article (19)

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    Kosmacz, M.; Luzarowski, M.; Kerber, O.; Leniak, E.; Gutierrez-Beltran, E.; Moreno, J.C.; Gorka, M.; Szlachetko, J.; Veyel, D.; Graf, A. et al.; Skirycz, A.: Interaction of 2 ',3 '-cAMP with Rbp47b Plays a Role in Stress Granule Formation. Plant Physiology 177 (1), pp. 411 - 421 (2018)
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    Veyel, D.; Sokolowska, E.; Moreno, J.C.; Kierszniowska, S.; Cichon, J.; Wojciechowska, I.; Luzarowski, M.; Kosmacz, M.; Szlachetko, J.; Gorka, M. et al.; Meret, M.; Graf, A.; Meyer, E. H.; Willmitzer, L.; Skirycz, A.: PROMIS, global analysis of PROtein-metabolite interactions using size separation in Arabidopsis thaliana. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 293 (32), pp. 12440 - 12453 (2018)
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    Luzarowski, M.; Kosmacz, M.; Sokolowska, E.; Jasinska, W.; Willmitzer, L.; Veyel, D.; Skirycz, A.: Affinity purification with metabolomic and proteomic analysis unravels diverse roles of nucleoside diphosphate kinases. Journal of Experimental Botany 68 (13), pp. 3487 - 3499 (2017)
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    Veyel, D.; Kierszniowska, S.; Kosmacz, M.; Sokolowska, E.; Michaelis, A.; Luzarowski, M.; Szlachetko, J.; Willmitzer, L.; Skirycz, A.: System-wide detection of protein-small molecule complexes suggests extensive metabolite regulation in plants. Scientific Reports (2017)
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    Skirycz, A.; Kierszniowska, S.; Meret, M.; Willmitzer, L.; Tzotzos, G.: Medicinal Bioprospecting of the Amazon Rainforest: A Modern Eldorado ? Trends in Biotechnology 34 (10), pp. 781 - 790 (2016)
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    Barcelos, E.; Rios, S. d. A.; Cunha, R. N. V.; Lopes, R.; Motoike, S. Y.; Babiychuk, E.; Skirycz, A.; Kushnir, S.: Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield improvement. Frontiers in Plant Science (2015)
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    Cross, J. M.; Darrah, C.; Oraguzie, N.; Ahmadi, N.; Skirycz, A.: Editorial: Natural diversity in the new millennium. Frontiers in Plant Science (2015)
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    Andriankaja, M. E.; Danisman, S.; Mignolet-Spruyt, L. F.; Claeys, H.; Kochanke, I.; Vermeersch, M.; De Milde, L.; De Bodt, S.; Storme, V.; Skirycz, A. et al.; Maurer, F.; Bauer, P.; Muhlenbock, P.; Van Breusegem, F.; Angenent, G. C.; Immink, R. G. H.; Inze, D.: Transcriptional coordination between leaf cell differentiation and chloroplast development established by TCP20 and the subgroup Ib bHLH transcription factors. Plant Molecular Biology 85 (3), pp. 233 - 245 (2014)
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    Skirycz, A.; Castilho, A.; Chaparro, C.; Carvalho, N.; Tzotzos, G.; Siqueira, J. O.: Canga biodiversity, a matter of mining. Frontiers in Plant Science (2014)
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    Dubois, M.; Skirycz, A.; Claeys, H.; Maleux, K.; Dhondt, S.; De Bodt, S.; Vanden Bossche, R.; De Milde, L.; Yoshizumi, T.; Matsui, M. et al.; Inze, D.: ETHYLENE RESPONSE FACTOR6 Acts as a Central Regulator of Leaf Growth under Water-Limiting Conditions in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 162 (1), pp. 319 - 332 (2013)
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    Andriankaja, M.; Dhondt, S.; De Bodt, S.; Vanhaeren, H.; Coppens, F.; De Milde, L.; Muehlenbock, P.; Skirycz, A.; Gonzalez, N.; Beemster, G. T. S. et al.; Inze, D.: Exit from Proliferation during Leaf Development in Arabidopsis thaliana: A Not-So-Gradual Process. Developmental Cell 22 (1), pp. 64 - 78 (2012)
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    Claeys, H.; Skirycz, A.; Maleux, K.; Inze, D.: DELLA Signaling Mediates Stress-Induced Cell Differentiation in Arabidopsis Leaves through Modulation of Anaphase-Promoting Complex/Cyclosome Activity. Plant Physiology 159 (2), pp. 739 - 747 (2012)
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    Marshall, A.; Aalen, R. B.; Audenaert, D.; Beeckman, T.; Broadley, M. R.; Butenko, M. A.; Cano-Delgado, A. I.; de Vries, S.; Dresselhaus, T.; Felix, G. et al.; Graham, N. S.; Foulkes, J.; Granier, C.; Greb, T.; Grossniklaus, U.; Hammond, J. P.; Heidstra, R.; Hodgman, C.; Hothorn, M.; Inze, D.; Ostergaard, L.; Russinova, E.; Simon, R.; Skirycz, A.; Stahl, Y.; Zipfel, C.; De Smete, I.: Tackling Drought Stress: RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASES Present New Approaches. Plant Cell 24 (6), pp. 2262 - 2278 (2012)
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    Skirycz, A.; Claeys, H.; De Bodt, S.; Oikawa, A.; Shinoda, S.; Andriankaja, M.; Maleux, K.; Eloy, N. B.; Coppens, F.; Yoo, S.-D. et al.; Saito, K.; Inze, D.: Pause-and-Stop: The Effects of Osmotic Stress on Cell Proliferation during Early Leaf Development in Arabidopsis and a Role for Ethylene Signaling in Cell Cycle Arrest. Plant Cell 23 (5), pp. 1876 - 1888 (2011)
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    Skirycz, A.; Vandenbroucke, K.; Clauw, P.; Maleux, K.; De Meyer, B.; Dhondt, S.; Pucci, A.; Gonzalez, N.; Hoeberichts, F.; Tognetti, V. B. et al.; Galbiati, M.; Tonelli, C.; Van Breusegem, F.; Vuylsteke, M.; Inze, D.: Survival and growth of Arabidopsis plants given limited water are not equal. Nature Biotechnology 29 (3), pp. 212 - 214 (2011)
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    Skirycz, A.; Inze, D.: More from less: plant growth under limited water. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 21 (2), pp. 197 - 203 (2010)
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    Marczak, L.; Kachlicki, P.; Kozniewski, P.; Skirycz, A.; Krajewski, P.; Stobiecki, M.: Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry monitoring of anthocyanins in extracts from Arabidopsis thaliana leaves. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 22 (23), pp. 3949 - 3956 (2008)
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    Skirycz, A.; Widrych, A.; Szopa, J.: Expression of human dopamine receptor in potato (Solanum tuberosum) results in altered tuber carbon metabolism. BMC Plant Biology (2005)
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    Swiedrych, A.; Lorenc-Kukula, K.; Skirycz, A.; Szopa, J.: The catecholamine biosynthesis route in potato is affected by stress. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 42 (7-8), pp. 593 - 600 (2004)

Book Chapter (1)

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    Skirycz, A.; Hannah, M. A.: 13 - The Use of “Omics” Approaches in Arabidopsis for the Improvement of Abiotic Stress Tolerance. In: Improving Crop Resistance to Abiotic Stress, pp. 301 - 320. Wiley-Blackwell, Weinheim (2012)
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