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    1. Tomkins, JP; Wood, TC; Stacey, MG; Loh, JT; Judd, A; Goicoechea, JL; Stacey, G; Sadowsky, MJ; Wing, RA
      A marker-dense physical map of the Bradyrhizobium japonicum genome

      GENOME RESEARCH
    2. Loh, JT; Yuen-Tsai, JPY; Stacey, MG; Lohar, D; Welborn, A; Stacey, G
      Population density-dependent regulation of the Bradyrhizobium japonicum nodulation genes

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Loh, JT; Stacey, G
      Feedback regulation of the Bradyrhizobium japonicum nodulation genes

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Perani, A; Gerardin, C; Stacey, G; Infante, MR; Vinardell, P; Rodehuser, L; Selve, C; Maugras, M
      Interactions of surfactants with living cells. Induction of apoptosis by detergents containing a beta-lactam moiety

      AMINO ACIDS
    5. Oh, HS; Son, O; Chun, JY; Stacey, G; Lee, MS; Min, KH; Song, ES; Cheon, CI
      The Bradyrhizobium japonicum hsfA gene exhibits a unique developmental expression pattern in cowpea nodules

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    6. Stacey, G; MacDonald, C
      Immortalisation of primary cells

      CELL BIOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    7. Jones, B; Stacey, G
      Safety considerations for in vitro toxicology testing

      CELL BIOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    8. Battle, T; Stacey, G
      Cell culture models for hepatotoxicology

      CELL BIOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    9. Stacey, G; Viviani, B
      Cell culture models for neurotoxicology

      CELL BIOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    10. Fernando, G; Stacey, G; Kleinchuster, D; Tan, E; Hill, J
      Freedom in Christ: Quasi-experimental research on the Neil Anderson approach

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY AND THEOLOGY
    11. Day, RB; Okada, M; Ito, Y; Tsukada, K; Zaghouani, H; Shibuya, N; Stacey, G
      Binding site for chitin oligosaccharides in the soybean plasma membrane

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Cohn, JR; Uhm, T; Ramu, S; Nam, YW; Kim, DJ; Penmetsa, RV; Wood, TC; Denny, RL; Young, ND; Cook, DR; Stacey, G
      Differential regulation of a family of apyrase genes from Medicago truncatula

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Malhotra, S; Kaufman, MJ; Hollenbach, D; Helou, G; Rubin, RH; Brauher, J; Dale, D; Lu, NY; Lord, S; Stacey, G; Contursi, A; Hunter, DA; Dinerstein, H
      Far-infrared spectroscopy of normal galaxies: Physical conditions in the interstellar medium

      ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    14. Giovanelli, R; Darling, J; Sarazin, M; Yu, J; Harvey, P; Henderson, C; Hoffman, W; Keller, L; Barry, D; Cordes, J; Eikenberry, S; Gull, G; Harrington, J; Smith, JD; Stacey, G; Swain, M
      The optical/infrared astronomical quality of high Atacama sites. I. Preliminary results of optical seeing

      PUBLICATIONS OF THE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC
    15. Giovanelli, R; Darling, J; Henderson, C; Hoffman, W; Barry, D; Cordes, J; Eikenberry, S; Gull, G; Keller, L; Smith, JD; Stacey, G
      The optical/infrared astronomical quality of high Atacama sites. II. Infrared characteristics

      PUBLICATIONS OF THE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC
    16. Steiner, HY; Song, W; Zhang, L; Naider, F; Becker, JM; Stacey, G
      An Arabidopsis peptide transporter is a member of a new class of membrane transport proteins (vol 6, pg 1289, 1994)

      PLANT CELL
    17. Day, RB; McAlvin, CB; Loh, JT; Denny, RL; Wood, TC; Young, ND; Stacey, G
      Differential expression of two soybean apyrases, one of which is an early nodulin

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    18. So, JS; Kim, WS; Stacey, G
      Molecular characterization of a gene region involved in lipopolysaccharidebiosynthesis in Bradyrhizobium japonicum: cloning, sequencing and expression of rfaf gene

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    19. Lin, CM; Koh, S; Stacey, G; Yu, SM; Lin, TY; Tsay, YF
      Cloning and functional characterization of a constitutively expressed nitrate transporter gene, OsNRT1, from rice

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Masters, JRW; Twentyman, P; Daley, R; Davis, J; Doyle, A; Dyer, S; Freshney, I; Galpine, A; Harrison, M; Hurst, H; Kelland, L; Stacey, G; Stratford, I; Ward, TH
      UKCCCR guidelines for the use of cell lines in cancer research

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    21. Day, RB; Loh, JT; Cohn, J; Stacey, G
      Signal exchange involved in the establishment of the Bradyrhizobium-legumesymbiosis

      PROKARYOTIC NITROGEN FIXATION
    22. Stacey, A; Stacey, G
      Routine quality control testing of cell cultures - Detection of mycoplasma

      ANTIVIRAL METHODS AND PROTOCOLS
    23. Cohn, J; Stokkermans, T; Kolli, VK; Day, RB; Dunlap, J; Carlson, R; Hughes, D; Peters, NK; Stacey, G
      Aberrant nodulation response of Vigna umbellata to a Bradyrhizobium japonicum NodZ mutant and nodulation signals

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    24. Loh, J; Stacey, MG; Sadowsky, MJ; Stacey, G
      The Bradyrhizobium japonicum nolA gene encodes three functionally distinctproteins

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    25. Colbert, JW; Malkan, MA; Clegg, PE; Cox, P; Fischer, J; Lord, SD; Luhman, M; Satyapal, S; Smith, HA; Spinoglio, L; Stacey, G; Unger, SJ
      ISO LWS spectroscopy of M82: A unified evolutionary model

      ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    26. COHN J; DAY RB; STACEY G
      LEGUME NODULE ORGANOGENESIS

      Trends in plant science
    27. CRUZ HJ; MOREIRA JL; STACEY G; DIAS EM; HAYES K; LOOBY D; GRIFFITHS B; CARRONDO MJT
      ADAPTATION OF BHK CELLS PRODUCING A RECOMBINANT PROTEIN TO SERUM-FREEMEDIA AND PROTEIN-FREE MEDIUM

      Cytotechnology
    28. LOHRKE SM; DAY B; KOLLI VSK; HANCOCK R; YUEN JPY; DESOUZA ML; STACEY G; CARLSON R; TONG Z; HUR HG; ORF JH; SADOWSKY MJ
      THE BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM NOED GENE - A NEGATIVELY ACTING, GENOTYPE-SPECIFIC NODULATION GENE FOR SOYBEAN

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    29. STAPLETON RD; SAVAGE DC; SAYLER GS; STACEY G
      BIODEGRADATION OF AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS IN AN EXTREMELY ACIDIC ENVIRONMENT

      Applied and environmental microbiology (Print)
    30. VALERI CR; RAGNO G; PAGES E; CHAMMAS J; STACEY G
      A FUNCTIONALLY CLOSED, AUTOMATED-SYSTEM TO GLYCEROLIZE AND DEGLYCEROLIZE RED-CELLS

      Transfusion
    31. ETZLER ME; MURPHY JB; EWING NN; KALSI G; STACEY G; DAY BD; ROBERTS NJ
      A NOVEL ROOT LECTIN APYRASE - A CANDIDATE FOR A RECEPTOR IN PLANT OLIGOSACCHARIDE SIGNALING EVENTS/

      Glycobiology
    32. SIVASUBRAMANIAM S; FOOKS A; LEE J; STACEY G; JENNINGS A
      GENE DELIVERY INTO NEURONAL AND GLIAL-CELLS BY USING A REPLICATION-DEFICIENT ADENOVIRUS VECTOR - PROSPECTS FOR NEUROLOGICAL GENE-THERAPY

      Cytotechnology
    33. LUKA S; STACEY G
      MOLECULAR STUDIES ON A NEW GENETIC-LOCUS LINKED TO THE COMMON NODULATION GENES IN BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      FEMS microbiology letters
    34. MAGUIRE T; STACEY G; BATTLE T
      TRI-DIMENSIONAL CULTURE OF HEPATOCYTES IN SIMULATED-MICROGRAVITY CONDITIONS

      European journal of cell biology
    35. HUNGRIA M; STACEY G
      MOLECULAR SIGNALS EXCHANGED BETWEEN HOST PLANTS AND RHIZOBIA - BASIC ASPECTS AND POTENTIAL APPLICATION IN AGRICULTURE

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    36. SONG W; KOH S; CZAKO M; MARTON L; DRENKARD E; BECKER JM; STACEY G
      ANTISENSE EXPRESSION OF THE PEPTIDE-TRANSPORT GENE ATPTR2-B DELAYS FLOWERING AND ARRESTS SEED DEVELOPMENT IN TRANSGENIC ARABIDOPSIS PLANTS

      Plant physiology
    37. STACEY G; SHIBUYA N
      CHITIN RECOGNITION IN RICE AND LEGUMES

      Plant and soil
    38. LOH J; GARCIA M; STACEY G
      NODV AND NODW, A 2ND FLAVONOID RECOGNITION SYSTEM REGULATING NOD GENE-EXPRESSION IN BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      Journal of bacteriology
    39. MALHOTRA S; HELOU G; STACEY G; HOLLENBACH D; LORD S; BEICHMAN CA; DINERSTEIN H; HUNTER DA; LO KY; LU NY; RUBIN RH; SILBERMANN N; THRONSON HA; WERNER MW
      INFRARED SPACE-OBSERVATORY MEASUREMENTS OF [C-II] LINE VARIATIONS IN GALAXIES

      The Astrophysical journal
    40. MINAMI E; KOUCHI H; COHN JR; OGAWA T; STACEY G
      EXPRESSION OF THE EARLY NODULIN, ENOD40, IN SOYBEAN ROOTS IN RESPONSETO VARIOUS LIPO-CHITIN SIGNAL MOLECULES

      Plant journal
    41. LOPEZLARA IM; BLOKTIP L; QUINTO C; GARCIA ML; STACEY G; BLOEMBERG GV; LAMERS GEM; LUGTENBERG BJJ; THOMASOATES JE; SPAINK HP
      NODZ OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM EXTENDS THE NODULATION HOST-RANGE OF RHIZOBIUMBY ADDING A FUCOSYL RESIDUE TO NODULATION SIGNALS

      Molecular microbiology
    42. STACEY G; POSSEE R
      SAFETY ASPECTS OF INSECT-CELL CULTURE

      Cytotechnology
    43. DUNLAP J; MINAMI E; BHAGWAT AA; KEISTER DL; STACEY G
      NODULE DEVELOPMENT INDUCED BY MUTANTS OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM DEFECTIVE IN CYCLIC B-GLUCAN SYNTHESIS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    44. MINAMI E; KOUCHI H; CARLSON RW; COHN JR; KOLLI VK; DAY RB; OGAWA T; STACEY G
      COOPERATIVE ACTION OF LIPO-CHITIN NODULATION SIGNALS ON THE INDUCTIONOF THE EARLY NODULIN, ENOD2, IN SOYBEAN ROOTS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    45. GARCIA M; DUNLAP J; LOH J; STACEY G
      PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION AND REGULATION OF THE NOLA GENE OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    46. SONG W; STEINER HY; ZHANG L; NAIDER F; STACEY G; BECKER JM
      CLONING OF A 2ND ARABIDOPSIS PEPTIDE-TRANSPORT GENE

      Plant physiology
    47. HUNGRIA M; NISHI CYM; COHN J; STACEY G
      COMPARISON BETWEEN PARENTAL AND VARIANT SOYBEAN BRADYRHIZOBIUM STRAINS WITH REGARD TO THE PRODUCTION OF LIPO-CHITIN NODULATION SIGNALS, EARLY STAGES OF ROOT INFECTION, NODULE OCCUPANCY, AND N-2 FIXATION RATES

      Plant and soil
    48. QIAN D; ALLEN FL; STACEY G; GRESSHOFF PM
      PLANT GENETIC-STUDY OF RESTRICTED NODULATION IN SOYBEAN

      Crop science
    49. STOKKERMANS TJW; SANJUAN J; RUAN X; STACEY G; PETERS NK
      BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM RHIZOBITOXINE MUTANTS ALTERED HOST-RANGE ON RJ4 SOYBEANS (VOL 5, PG 504, 1992)

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    50. STACEY G
      BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM NODULATION GENETICS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    51. YUEN JPY; CASSINI ST; DEOLIVEIRA TT; NAGEM TJ; STACEY G
      XANTHONE INDUCTION OF NOD GENE-EXPRESSION IN BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      Symbiosis
    52. STACEY G; SANJUAN J; LUKA S; DOCKENDORFF T; CARLSON RW
      SIGNAL EXCHANGE IN THE BRADYRHIZOBIUM-SOYBEAN SYMBIOSIS

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    53. STOKKERMANS TJW; IKESHITA S; COHN J; CARLSON RW; STACEY G; OGAWA T; PETERS NK
      STRUCTURAL REQUIREMENTS OF SYNTHETIC AND NATURAL PRODUCT LIPO-CHITIN OLIGOSACCHARIDES FOR INDUCTION OF NODULE PRIMORDIA ON GLYCINE SOJA

      Plant physiology
    54. YUHASHI KI; AKAO S; FUKUHARA H; TATENO E; CHUN JY; STACEY G; HARA H; KUBOTA M; ASAMI T; MINAMISAWA K
      BRADYRHIZOBIUM ELKANII INDUCES OUTER CORTICAL ROOT SWELLING IN SOYBEAN

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    55. STEINER HY; SONG W; ZHANG L; NAIDER F; BECKER JM; STACEY G
      AN ARABIDOPSIS PEPTIDE TRANSPORTER IS A MEMBER OF A NEW CLASS OF MEMBRANE-TRANSPORT PROTEINS

      The Plant cell
    56. CARLSON RW; PRICE NPJ; STACEY G
      THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF RHIZOBIAL LIPO-OLIGOSACCHARIDE NODULATION SIGNAL MOLECULES

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    57. DOCKENDORFF TC; SANJUAN J; GROB P; STACEY G
      NOLA REPRESSES NOD GENE-EXPRESSION IN BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    58. SANJUAN J; GROB P; GOTTFERT M; HENNECKE H; STACEY G
      NODW IS ESSENTIAL FOR FULL EXPRESSION OF THE COMMON NODULATION GENES IN BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    59. DOCKENDORFF TC; SHARMA AJ; STACEY G
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE NOLYZ GENES OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    60. CHUN JY; STACEY G
      A BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM GENE ESSENTIAL FOR NODULATION COMPETITIVENESS IS DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATED FROM 2 PROMOTERS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    61. STACEY G; LUKA S; SANJUAN J; BANFALVI Z; NIEUWKOOP AJ; CHUN JY; FORSBERG LS; CARLSON R
      NODZ, A UNIQUE HOST-SPECIFIC NODULATION GENE, IS INVOLVED IN THE FUCOSYLATION OF THE LIPOOLIGOSACCHARIDE NODULATION SIGNAL OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      Journal of bacteriology
    62. CHUN JY; SEXTON GL; ROTH LE; STACEY G
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM GENE INVOLVED IN HOST-SPECIFIC NITROGEN-FIXATION

      Journal of bacteriology
    63. CHUN JY; SEXTON GL; ROTH LE; STACEY G
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM GENE INVOLVED IN HOST-SPECIFIC NITROGEN-FIXATION

      Journal of bacteriology
    64. SCHMIDT J; ROHRIG H; JOHN M; WIENEKE U; STACEY G; KONCZ C; SCHELL J
      ALTERATION OF PLANT-GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT BY RHIZOBIUM NODA AND NODBGENES INVOLVED IN THE SYNTHESIS OF OLIGOSACCHARIDE SIGNAL MOLECULES

      Plant journal
    65. LUKA S; SANJUAN J; CARLSON RW; STACEY G
      NOLMNO GENES OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM ARE CO-TRANSCRIBED WITH NODYABCSUIJ, AND NOLO IS INVOLVED IN THE SYNTHESIS OF THE LIPO-OLIGOSACCHARIDE NODULATION SIGNALS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    66. CARLSON RW; JUAN SJ; BHAT UR; GLUSHKA J; SPAINK HP; WIJFJES AHM; VANBRUSSEL AAN; STOKKERMANS TJW; PETERS NK; STACEY G
      THE STRUCTURES AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITIES OF THE LIPO-OLIGOSACCHARIDE NODULATION SIGNALS PRODUCED BY TYPE-I AND TYPE-2 STRAINS OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    67. RICE SA; BIEBER J; CHUN JY; STACEY G; LAMPSON BC
      DIVERSITY OF RETRON ELEMENTS IN A POPULATION OF RHIZOBIA AND OTHER GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA

      Journal of bacteriology


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