Daniel Szymanski Publications

Journal

Zhang, C., Mallery, E. L., Schlueter, J., Huang, S., Fan, Y., Brankle, S., Staiger, C. J., Szymanski, D. B. 2008. Arabidopsis SCARs function interchangeably to meet actin-related protein 2/3 activation thresholds during morphogenesis. Plant Cell. 20: 995-1011.

Basu, U., Le, J., Zakharova, T., Mallery, E. L., Szymanski, D. B.,  . 2008. A SPIKE1 signaling complex controls actin-dependent morphogenesis through the WAVE and ARP2/3 complexes. PNAS USA. 105: 4044-4049.

Basu, D., Le, J., El-Essal S. E-D., Huang, S., Zhang, C., Mallery, E. L., Koliantz, G., Staiger, C. J., Szymanski, D. B. 2005. DISTORTED3/SCAR2 is a putative Arabidopsis WAVE complex subunit that activates the Arp2/3 complex and is required for epidermal morphogenesis. Plant Cell. 17: 502-524.

Szymanski, D. B. 2005. Breaking the WAVE complex: the point of Arabidopsis trichomes. Curr. Opin. Plant Biol.. 8: 103-112.

El-Assal, S. E., Le, J., Basu, D., Mallery, E. L., Szymanski, D. B. 2004. Arabidopsis GNARLED encodes a NAP125 homologue that positively regulates ARP2/3. Curr. Biol.. 14: 1405-1409.

Basu, D., El-Assal, S. E., Le, J., Mallery, E. L., Szymanski, D. B.,  . 2004. Interchangeable functions of Arabidopsis PIROGI  and the human WAVE complex subunit SRA-1 during leaf epidermal morphogenesis. Development. 131: 4345-4355.

El-Assal, S. E., Le, J., Basu, D., Mallery, E. L., Szymanski, D. B. 2004. DISTORTED2 encodes an ARPC2 subunit of the putative Arabidopsis ARP2/3 complex. Plant Journal. 38: 526-538.

Le, J., El-Assal, S. E.-D., Basu, D., Saad, M. E., Szymanski, D. B. 2003. Requirements for Arabidopsis ATARP2 and ATARP3 during epidermal development. Curr. Biol. 13: 1341-1347.

 



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