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Maura Cannon Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Massachusetts, USA
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Marcia Kieliszewsk Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ohio University, USA
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Liwei Chen Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics (SINANO), Chinese Academy of Science, China
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Yuning Chen
  • Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ohio University, USA
Research focus
  • Biochemistry
Contributions
  • 1 Author merit
  • 2 Reviewer merit

Education

Ph.D. Biochemistry, Ohio University, 2012

Current position

Post doc at Penn State University (01/2013-now)

Publications

  1. Saha, P., Ray, T., Tang, Y., Dutta, I., Evangelous, N. R., Kieliszewski, M. J., Chen, Y. and Cannon, M. C. (2013). Self-rescue of an EXTENSIN mutant reveals alternative gene expression programs and candidate proteins for new cell wall assembly in Arabidopsis. Plant J 75(1): 104-116.
  2. Lamport, D. T., Kieliszewski, M. J., Chen, Y. and Cannon, M. C. (2011). Role of the extensin superfamily in primary cell wall architecture. Plant Physiol 156(1): 11-19.
  3. Cannon, M. C., Terneus, K., Hall, Q., Tan, L., Wang, Y., Wegenhart, B. L., Chen, L., Lamport, D. T., Chen, Y. and Kieliszewski, M. J. (2008). Self-assembly of the plant cell wall requires an extensin scaffold. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 105(6): 2226-2231.
  4. Chen, Y., Ye, D., Held, M. A., Cannon, M. C., Ray, T., Saha, P., Frye, A. N., Mort, A. J. and Kieliszewski, M. J.(2015).Identification of the abundant hydroxyproline-rich glycoproteins in the root walls of wild-type Arabidopsis, an ext3 mutant line, and its phenotypic revertant. Plants 4: 85-111.
1 Protocol published
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) Analysis of Cell Wall Structural Glycoproteins in vitro
Authors:  Yuning Chen, Liwei Chen, Marcia J. Kieliszewsk and Maura C. Cannon, date: 07/20/2015, view: 2266, Q&A: 0
Hydroxyproline-rich glycoproteins (HRGPs) are major protein components in dicot primary cell walls and generally account for more than 10% of the wall dry weight. As essential members of the HRGP superfamily, extensins (EXTs) presumably function in ...