Lars Hennig
Lars Hennig
Professor in Genetics, Swedish Agricultural University, Uppsala
Verified email at slu.se
TitleCited byYear
GENEVESTIGATOR. Arabidopsis microarray database and analysis toolbox
P Zimmermann, M Hirsch-Hoffmann, L Hennig, W Gruissem
Plant physiology 136 (1), 2621-2632, 2004
25572004
A systematic comparison and evaluation of biclustering methods for gene expression data
A Prelić, S Bleuler, P Zimmermann, A Wille, P Bühlmann, W Gruissem, ...
Bioinformatics 22 (9), 1122-1129, 2006
9632006
The Polycomb-group protein MEDEA regulates seed development by controlling expression of the MADS-box gene PHERES1
C Köhler, L Hennig, C Spillane, S Pien, W Gruissem, U Grossniklaus
Genes & Development 17 (12), 1540-1553, 2003
4042003
Arabidopsis MSI1 is a component of the MEA/FIE Polycomb group complex and required for seed development
C Köhler, L Hennig, R Bouveret, J Gheyselinck, U Grossniklaus, ...
The EMBO journal 22 (18), 4804-4814, 2003
3942003
Sparse graphical Gaussian modeling of the isoprenoid gene network in Arabidopsis thaliana
A Wille, P Zimmermann, E Vranová, A Fürholz, O Laule, S Bleuler, ...
Genome biology 5 (11), R92, 2004
3702004
Selective inactivation of parvulin-like peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans isomerases by juglone
L Hennig, C Christner, M Kipping, B Schelbert, KP Rücknagel, S Grabley, ...
Biochemistry 37 (17), 5953-5960, 1998
3161998
Gene-expression analysis and network discovery using Genevestigator
P Zimmermann, L Hennig, W Gruissem
Trends in plant science 10 (9), 407-409, 2005
2882005
Genome-wide gene expression in an Arabidopsis cell suspension
M Menges, L Hennig, W Gruissem, JAH Murray
Plant molecular biology 53 (4), 423-442, 2003
2592003
Cell cycle-regulated gene expression inArabidopsis
M Menges, L Hennig, W Gruissem, JAH Murray
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (44), 41987-42002, 2002
2552002
Diversity of Polycomb group complexes in plants: same rules, different players?
L Hennig, M Derkacheva
Trends in Genetics 25 (9), 414-423, 2009
2262009
Arabidopsis MSI1 is required for epigenetic maintenance of reproductive development
L Hennig, P Taranto, M Walser, N Schönrock, W Gruissem
Development 130 (12), 2555-2565, 2003
2192003
Genome-wide identification of potential plant E2F target genes
K Vandepoele, K Vlieghe, K Florquin, L Hennig, GTS Beemster, ...
Plant physiology 139 (1), 316-328, 2005
2162005
Phytochrome E controls light-induced germination of Arabidopsis
L Hennig, WM Stoddart, M Dieterle, GC Whitelam, E Schäfer
Plant physiology 128 (1), 194-200, 2002
1922002
Polycomb-group proteins repressthe floral activator AGL19 in the FLC-independent vernalization pathway
N Schönrock, R Bouveret, O Leroy, L Borghi, C Köhler, W Gruissem, ...
Genes & development 20 (12), 1667-1678, 2006
1832006
Inactivation of aPKCλ results in the loss of adherens junctions in neuroepithelial cells without affecting neurogenesis in mouse neocortex
F Imai, S Hirai, K Akimoto, H Koyama, T Miyata, M Ogawa, S Noguchi, ...
Development 133 (9), 1735-1744, 2006
1752006
Systems‐based analysis of Arabidopsis leaf growth reveals adaptation to water deficit
K Baerenfaller, C Massonnet, S Walsh, S Baginsky, P Bühlmann, ...
Molecular systems biology 8 (1), 2012
1612012
H3K27me3 profiling of the endosperm implies exclusion of polycomb group protein targeting by DNA methylation
I Weinhofer, E Hehenberger, P Roszak, L Hennig, C Köhler
PLoS genetics 6 (10), e1001152, 2010
1552010
CHD3 proteins and polycomb group proteins antagonistically determine cell identity in Arabidopsis
E Aichinger, CBR Villar, S Farrona, JC Reyes, L Hennig, C Köhler
PLoS genetics 5 (8), e1000605, 2009
1462009
Transcriptional programs of early reproductive stages in Arabidopsis
L Hennig, W Gruissem, U Grossniklaus, C Köhler
Plant Physiology 135 (3), 1765-1775, 2004
1382004
Organizer-derived WOX5 signal maintains root columella stem cells through chromatin-mediated repression of CDF4 expression
L Pi, E Aichinger, E van der Graaff, CI Llavata-Peris, D Weijers, L Hennig, ...
Developmental cell 33 (5), 576-588, 2015
1372015
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