Alice Barkan
Alice Barkan
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Pentatricopeptide repeat proteins in plants
A Barkan, I Small
Annual review of plant biology 65, 415-442, 2014
6522014
Redesigning photosynthesis to sustainably meet global food and bioenergy demand
DR Ort, SS Merchant, J Alric, A Barkan, RE Blankenship, R Bock, R Croce, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 112 (28), 8529-8536, 2015
5572015
A combinatorial amino acid code for RNA recognition by pentatricopeptide repeat proteins
A Barkan, M Rojas, S Fujii, A Yap, YS Chong, CS Bond, I Small
PLoS Genet 8 (8), e1002910, 2012
4332012
Participation of nuclear genes in chloroplast gene expression
A Barkan, M Goldschmidt-Clermont
Biochimie 82 (6-7), 559-572, 2000
3412000
Site‐specific binding of a PPR protein defines and stabilizes 5′ and 3′ mRNA termini in chloroplasts
J Pfalz, OA Bayraktar, J Prikryl, A Barkan
The EMBO journal 28 (14), 2042-2052, 2009
3162009
A nuclear mutation in maize blocks the processing and translation of several chloroplast mRNAs and provides evidence for the differential translation of alternative mRNA forms.
A Barkan, M Walker, M Nolasco, D Johnson
The EMBO journal 13 (13), 3170-3181, 1994
2971994
A pentatricopeptide repeat protein facilitates the trans-splicing of the maize chloroplast rps12 pre-mRNA
C Schmitz-Linneweber, RE Williams-Carrier, PM Williams-Voelker, ...
The Plant Cell 18 (10), 2650-2663, 2006
2952006
RNA immunoprecipitation and microarray analysis show a chloroplast pentatricopeptide repeat protein to be associated with the 5′ region of mRNAs whose translation it activates
C Schmitz-Linneweber, R Williams-Carrier, A Barkan
The Plant Cell 17 (10), 2791-2804, 2005
2902005
Molecular cloning of the maize gene crp1 reveals similarity between regulators of mitochondrial and chloroplast gene expression
DG Fisk, MB Walker, A Barkan
The EMBO Journal 18 (9), 2621-2630, 1999
2841999
Expression of plastid genes: organelle-specific elaborations on a prokaryotic scaffold
A Barkan
Plant physiology 155 (4), 1520-1532, 2011
2782011
Proteins encoded by a complex chloroplast transcription unit are each translated from both monocistronic and polycistronic mRNAs.
A Barkan
The EMBO journal 7 (9), 2637-2644, 1988
2751988
Nuclear mutants of maize with defects in chloroplast polysome assembly have altered chloroplast RNA metabolism.
A Barkan
The Plant Cell 5 (4), 389-402, 1993
2541993
Mechanism of RNA stabilization and translational activation by a pentatricopeptide repeat protein
J Prikryl, M Rojas, G Schuster, A Barkan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (1), 415-420, 2011
2402011
Nuclear mutations that block group II RNA splicing in maize chloroplasts reveal several intron classes with distinct requirements for splicing factors.
BD Jenkins, DJ Kulhanek, A Barkan
The Plant Cell 9 (3), 283-296, 1997
2191997
Nucleoid-enriched proteomes in developing plastids and chloroplasts from maize leaves: a new conceptual framework for nucleoid functions
W Majeran, G Friso, Y Asakura, X Qu, M Huang, L Ponnala, KP Watkins, ...
Plant physiology 158 (1), 156-189, 2012
2112012
The pentatricopeptide repeat protein PPR5 stabilizes a specific tRNA precursor in maize chloroplasts
S Beick, C Schmitz-Linneweber, R Williams-Carrier, B Jensen, A Barkan
Molecular and cellular biology 28 (17), 5337-5347, 2008
1812008
Two nuclear mutations disrupt distinct pathways for targeting proteins to the chloroplast thylakoid.
R Voelker, A Barkan
The EMBO journal 14 (16), 3905-3914, 1995
1741995
A chloroplast‐localized PPR protein required for plastid ribosome accumulation
PM Williams, A Barkan
The Plant Journal 36 (5), 675-686, 2003
1712003
Inactivation of maize transposon Mu suppresses a mutant phenotype by activating an outward-reading promoter near the end of Mu1.
A Barkan, RA Martienssen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (8), 3502-3506, 1991
1701991
Somatically heritable switches in the DNA modification of Mu transposable elements monitored with a suppressible mutant in maize.
R Martienssen, A Barkan, WC Taylor, M Freeling
Genes & Development 4 (3), 331-343, 1990
1701990
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