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Christopher J. Snowden

Education

Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, from Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Leeds, 2007

Current position

Senior Biology Technician, Rugby School

Publications

  1. Snowden, C. J., Thomas, B., Baxter, C. J., Smith, J. A. and Sweetlove, L. J. (2015). A tonoplast Glu/Asp/GABA exchanger that affects tomato fruit amino acid composition. Plant J 81(5): 651-660.
  2. Marshall, R. S., Jolliffe, N. A., Ceriotti, A., Snowden, C. J., Lord, J. M., Frigerio, L. and Roberts, L. M. (2008). The role of CDC48 in the retro-translocation of non-ubiquitinated toxin substrates in plant cells. J Biol Chem 283(23): 15869-15877.
  3. Snowden, C. J., Leborgne-Castel, N., Wootton, L. J., Hadlington, J. L. and Denecke, J. (2007). In vivo analysis of the lumenal binding protein (BiP) reveals multiple functions of its ATPase domain. Plant J 52(6): 987-1000.
  4. Pimpl, P., Taylor, J. P., Snowden, C., Hillmer, S., Robinson, D. G. and Denecke, J. (2006). Golgi-mediated vacuolar sorting of the endoplasmic reticulum chaperone BiP may play an active role in quality control within the secretory pathway. Plant Cell 18(1): 198-211.
  5. daSilva, L. L., Taylor, J. P., Hadlington, J. L., Hanton, S. L., Snowden, C. J., Fox, S. J., Foresti, O., Brandizzi, F. and Denecke, J. (2005). Receptor salvage from the prevacuolar compartment is essential for efficient vacuolar protein targeting. Plant Cell 17(1): 132-148.
Protocols by Christopher J. Snowden
  1. Isolation of Tonoplast Vesicles from Tomato Fruit Pericarp