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  1. Brown algal genes impart abiotic stress tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliania

    Rathor et al. , 2018.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePosterpeer-review

  2. Hemocyanin facilitates lignocellulose digestion by wood-boring marine crustaceans

    Besser, K., Malyon, G. P., Eborall, W. S., Paro da Cunha, G., Goncalves Filgueiras, J., Dowle, A., Cruz Garcia, L., Page, S. J., Dupree, R., Kern, M. F., Gomez, L. D., Li, Y., Elias, L., Sabbadin, F., Mohamad, S. E., Pesante, G., Steele-King, C. G., Ribeiro de Azevedo, E., Polikarpov, I., Dupree, P., & 3 othersCragg, S. M., Bruce, N. C. & McQueen Mason, S. J., 3 Dec 2018

    Article in Nature Communications

  3. Isoprostanoids quantitative profiling of marine red and brown macroalgae

    Vigor, C., Reversat, G., Rocher, A., Oger, C., Galano, J-M., Vercauteren, J., Durand, T., Tonon, T., Leblanc, C. & Potin, P., 1 Dec 2018

    Article in Food Chemistry

  4. Low-oxygen response is triggered by an ATP-dependent shift in oleoyl-CoA in Arabidopsis

    Schmidt, R., Fulda, M., Paul, M., Anders, M., Plum, F., Weits, D., Kosmacz, M., Larson, T., Graham, I. A., Beemster, G., Licausi, F., Gelgenberger, P., Schippers, J. & van Dongen, J. T., 18 Dec 2018

    Article in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

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