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B. W. Poovaiah

Current position

Regents Professor, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, USA

Publications (since 2005)

(For additional information, visit http://molecularplants.wsu.edu/calcium/)

  1. Zhang, L., Du, L., Shen, C., Yang, Y. and Poovaiah, B. (2014). Regulation of plant immunity through ubiquitin‐mediated modulation of Ca2+–calmodulin–AtSR1/CAMTA3 signaling. Plant J 78(2): 269-281.
  2. Routray, P., Miller, J. B., Du, L., Oldroyd, G. and Poovaiah, B. W. (2013). Phosphorylation of S344 in the calmodulin-binding domain negatively affects CCaMK function during bacterial and fungal symbioses. Plant J 76(2): 287-296.
  3. Poovaiah, B. W., Du, L., Wang, H. and Yang, T. (2013). Recent advances in calcium/calmodulin-mediated signaling with an emphasis on plant-microbe interactions. Plant Physiol 163(2): 531-542.
  4. Qiu, Y., Xi, J., Du, L., Roje, S. and Poovaiah, B. W. (2012). A dual regulatory role of Arabidopsis calreticulin-2 in plant innate immunity. Plant J 69(3): 489-500.
  5. Qiu, Y., Xi, J., Du, L., Suttle, J. C. and Poovaiah, B. W. (2012). Coupling calcium/calmodulin-mediated signaling and herbivore-induced plant response through calmodulin-binding transcription factor AtSR1/CAMTA3. Plant Mol Biol 79(1-2): 89-99. (With cover image)
  6.  Du, L., Ali, G. S., Simons, K. A., Hou, J., Yang, T., Reddy, A. S. and Poovaiah, B. W. (2009). Ca2+/calmodulin regulates salicylic-acid-mediated plant immunity. Nature 457(7233): 1154-1158.
  7. Yang, T., Chaudhuri, S., Yang, L., Du, L. and Poovaiah, B. W. (2010). A calcium/calmodulin-regulated member of the receptor-like kinase family confers cold tolerance in plants. J Biol Chem 285(10): 7119-7126.
  8. Yang, T. and Poovaiah, B. (2007). Viewpoint: Concept of redesigning proteins by manipulating calcium/calmodulin-binding domains to engineer plants with altered traits. Funct Plant Biol 34(4): 343-352.
  9. Gleason, C., Chaudhuri, S., Yang, T., Munoz, A., Poovaiah, B. W. and Oldroyd, G. E. (2006). Nodulation independent of rhizobia induced by a calcium-activated kinase lacking autoinhibition. Nature 441(7097): 1149-1152.
  10. Du, L. and Poovaiah, B. W. (2005). Ca2+/calmodulin is critical for brassinosteroid biosynthesis and plant growth. Nature 437(7059): 741-745.
Protocols by B. W. Poovaiah
  1. CytoTrap Two-Hybrid Screening Assay