Published Papers

Holmes EC, Chen Y-C, Mudgett MB, Sattely ES (2021) Arabidopsis UGT76B1 glycosylates N-hydroxy-pipecolic acid and inactivates systemic acquired resistance in tomato. Plant Cell, 2021 Jan 13, koaa052
Holmes EC*, Chen Y-C*, Sattely ES, Mudgett MB (2019) An engineered pathway for Nhydroxy- pipecolic acid synthesis enhances systemic acquired resistance in tomato. Science Signaling, 12, eaay3066
Chen Y-C*, Holmes EC*, Rajniak J, Kim J-G, Tang S, Fischer CR, Mudgett MB, Sattely ES (2018) N-hydroxy-pipecolic acid is a mobile metabolite that induces systemic disease resistance in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 115, E4920-E4929
Dubrow Z, Sunitha S, Kim JG, Aakre C, Girija AM, Sobol G, Teper D, Chen Y-C, Ozbaki-Yagan N, Vance H, Sessa G, Mudgett MB (2018) Tomato 14-3-3 proteins are required for Xv3 disease resistance and interact with a subset of Xanthomonas euvesicatoria effectors. Mol. Plant-Microbe Inter, 31, 12, 1301-1311
Hsiao Y-C*, Hsu Y-F*, Chen Y-C*, Chang Y-L, Wang C-S (2016) A WD40 protein, AtGHS40, negatively modulates abscisic acid degrading and signaling genes during seedling growth under high glucose conditions. J Plant Res, 129, 1127-1140
Hsu Y-F *, Chen Y-C*, Hsiao Y-C, Wang B-J, Lin S-Y, Cheng W-H, Jauh G-Y, Harada JJ, Wang C-S (2014) AtRH57, a DEAD-box RNA helicase, is involved in feedback inhibition of glucose-mediated abscisic acid accumulation during seedling development and additively affects pre-ribosomal RNA processing with high glucose. Plant J, 77, 119-135
Wang B-J, Hsu Y-F, Chen Y-C, Wang C-S. (2014) Characterization of a lily anther specific gene encoding cytoskeleton-binding glycoproteins and overexpression of the gene causes severe inhibition of pollen tube growth. Planta, 240, 525–537