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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Steven C. Huber

Plant Physiologist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Photosystem II-inhibitors play a limited role in sweet corn response to 4-hydroxyphenyl pyruvate dioxygenase-inhibiting herbicides - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Choe, E., Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Huber, J., Huber, S.C., Pataky, J.K. 2014. Photosystem II-inhibitors play a limited role in sweet corn response to 4-hydroxyphenyl pyruvate dioxygenase-inhibiting herbicides. Agronomy Journal. 106:1317-1323.
A bacterial tyrosine phosphatase inhibits plant pattern recognition receptor activation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Macho, A., Schwessinger, B., Ntoukakis, V., Brutis, A., Segonzac, C., Roy, S., Kadota, Y., Oh, M., Sklenar, J., Huber, S.C., et al. 2014. A bacterial tyrosine phosphatase inhibits plant pattern recognition receptor activation. Science. 343:1509-1512.
The Carboxy-terminus of BAK1 regulates kinase activity and is required for normal growth of Arabidopsis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Oh, M., Wu, X., Kim, S.Y., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2014. The Carboxy-terminus of BAK1 regulates kinase activity and is required for normal growth of Arabidopsis. Frontiers in Plant Physiology. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00016.
Impact of Ca2+ on structure of soybean CDPKß and accessibility of the Tyr-24 autophosphorylation site - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Oh, M., Wu, X., Huber, S.C. 2013. Impact of Ca2+ on structure of soybean CDPKß and accessibility of the Tyr-24 autophosphorylation site. Plant Signaling and Behavior. 8(12):e27671-1-5.
Identification and functional analysis of tomato BRI1 and BAK1 receptor kinase phosphorylation sites - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bajwa, V.S., Wang, X., Blackburn, R.K., Goshe, M.B., Mitra, S.K., Williams, E.L., Bishop, G.J., Krasnyanski, S., Allen, G., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2013. Identification and functional analysis of tomato BRI1 and BAK1 receptor kinase phosphorylation sites. Plant Physiology. 163:30-42.
Transphosphorylation of E. coli proteins during production of recombinant protein kinases provides a robust system to characterize kinase specificity - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wu, X., Oh, M., Kim, H., Schwartz, D., Imai, B., Yau, P., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2012. Transphosphorylation of E. coli proteins during production of recombinant protein kinases provides a robust system to characterize kinase specificity. Frontiers in Plant Science. 3:262.
14-3-3 Proteins Sgf14c and Sgf14l Play Critical Roles During Soybean Nodulation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Radwan, O., Wu, X., Govindarajulu, M., Libault, M., Neece, D.J., Berg, H.R., Stacey, G., Taylor, C.G., Huber, S.C., Clough, S.J. 2012. 14-3-3 Proteins SGF14c and SGF14l play critical roles during soybean nodulation. Plant Physiology. 160:2125-2136.
Differential lysine acetylation profiles of Erwinia amylovora strains revealed by proteomics - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wu, X., Vellaichamy, A., Wang, D., Zamdborg, L., Kelleher, N., Huber, S.C., Zhao, Y. 2013. Differential lysine acetylation profiles of Erwinia amylovora strains revealed by proteomics. Journal of Proteomics. 79:60-71.
CDPKs are dual-specificity protein kinases and tyrosine autophosphorylation attenuates kinase activity - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Oh, M., Wu, X., Kim, H., Harper, J., Zielinski, R., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2012. CDPKs are dual-specificity protein kinases and tyrosine autophosphorylation attenuates kinase activity. FEBS Letters. 586(23):4070-4075.
Tyrosine phosphorylation of the BRI1 receptor kinase occurs via a posttranslational modification and is activated by the juxtamembrane domain - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Oh, M., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2012. Tyrosine phosphorylation of the BRI1 receptor kinase occurs via a posttranslational modification and is activated by the juxtamembrane domain. Frontiers in Plant Physiology. 3:175.
Calcium/calmodulin inhibition of the BRI1 receptor kinase provides a possible link between calcium- and brassinosteroid-signaling - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Oh, M., Kim, H., Wu, X., Clouse, S.D., Zielinski, R.E., Huber, S.C. 2012. Calcium/calmodulin inhibition of the BRI1 receptor kinase provides a possible link between calcium- and brassinosteroid-signaling. Biochemical Journal. 443:515-223.
Relationship between asparagine metabolism and protein concentration in soybean seed - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Panduranganl, S., Pajak, A., Molnar, S., Cober, E., Dhaubhadel, S., Hernandez-Sebastia, C., Kaiser, W.M., Nelson, R.L., Huber, S.C., Marsolais, F. 2012. Relationship between asparagine metabolism and protein concentration in soybean seed. Journal of Experimental Botany. 63(8):3173-3184.
Deactivation of the Arabidopsis BRI1 receptor kinase by autophosphorylation within the glycine-rich loop involved in ATP binding - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Oh, M., Wang, X., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2012. Deactivation of the Arabidopsis BRI1 receptor kinase by autophosphorylation within the glycine-rich loop involved in ATP binding. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109:327-332.
The orphan gene ybjN conveys pleiotropic effects on multicellular behavior and survival of Escherichia coli - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wang, D., Calla, B., Vimolmangkang, S., Korban, S.S., Wu, X., Huber, S.C., Clough, S.J., Zhao, Y. 2011. The orphan gene ybjN conveys pleiotropic effects on multicellular behavior and survival of Escherichia coli. PLoS One. 6(9):e25293.
Phosphorylation and RLK signaling - (Book / Chapter)
Clouse, S.D., Goshe, M.B., Huber, S.C. 2012. Phosphorylation and RLK signaling. In: Kemmerling, B., Tax, F., editors. Receptor-Like Kinases in Plants: From Signaling to Development. Berlin Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag. p. 222-252.
Comparison of a novel tomato sucrose synthase, SISUS4, with previously described SISUS isoforms reveals distinct sequence features and differential expression patterns in association with stem maturation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Goren, S., Huber, S.C., Granot, D. 2011. Comparison of a novel tomato sucrose synthase, SISUS4, with previously described SISUS isoforms reveals distinct sequence features and differential expression patterns in association with stem maturation. Planta. 233:1011-1023.
Lysine Acetylation Is a Widespread Protein Modification for Diverse Proteins in Arabidopsis Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wu, X., Oh, M., Schwarz, E., Larue, C., Sivaguru, M., Imai, B.S., Yau, P.M., Ort, D.R., Huber, S.C. 2011. Lysine acetylation is a widespread protein modification for diverse proteins in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology. 155:1769-1778.
Functional importance of EAK1 tyrosine phosphorylation in vivo - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Oh, M., Wu, X., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2011. Functional importance of EAK1 tyrosine phosphorylation in vivo. Plant Signaling and Behavior. 6:400-405.
Decrease in Leaf Sucrose Synthesis Leads to Increased Leaf Starch Turnover and Decreased RuBP-limited Photosynthesis But Not Rubisco-limited Photosynthesis in Arabidopsis Null Mutants of SPSA1 Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sun, J., Zhang, J., Larue, C.T., Huber, S.C. 2011. Decrease in leaf sucrose synthesis leads to increased leaf starch turnover and decreased RuBP-limited photosynthesis but not Rubisco-limited photosynthesis in Arabidopsis null mutants of SPSA1. Plant Cell and Environment. 34(4)592-604.
Phosphorylation of Tyr-610 in the Receptor Kinase BAK1 Plays a Role in Brassinosteroid Signaling and Basal Defense Gene Expression - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Oh, M., Wang, X., Wu, X., Zhao, Y., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2010. Phosphorylation of Tyr-610 in the receptor kinase BAK1 plays a role in Brassinosteroid signaling and basal defense gene expression. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 107(4):17827-17832.
Post-translational Regulation of Nitrate Reductase - (Book / Chapter)
Huber, S.C., Kaiser, W.M., Jain, V. 2011. Post-translational regulation of nitrate reductase. In: Jain, Vanita, Kumar, P. Ananda, editors. Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Plants. New Delhi, India: New India Publishing Agency. p. 21-44.
The origin of the non-recombining region of sex chromosomes in Carica and Vasconcellea Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wu, X., Wang, J., Na, J., Yu, Q., Moore, R.C., Zee, F.T., Huber, S.C., Ming, R. 2010. The origin of the non-recombining region of sex chromosomes in Carica and Vasconcellea. Plant Journal. 63(5):801-810.
Tyrosine Phosphorylation in Brassinosteroid Signaling - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Oh, M., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2009. Tyrosine Phosphorylation in Brassinosteroid Signaling. Plant Signaling and Behavior. 4(12):77-81.
Oxidation of an Adjacent Methionine Residue Inhibits Regulatory Seryl-phosphorylation of Pyruvate Dehydrogenase - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (03-Jul-09)
Coupling Oxidative Signals to Protein Phosphorylation via Methionine Oxidation in Arabidopsis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hardin, S.C., Larue, C.T., Oh, M., Huber, S.C., Jain, V. 2009. Coupling Oxidative Signals to Protein Phosphorylation via Methionine Oxidation in Arabidopsis. Biochemical Journal. 422(2):305-312.
14-3-3 Proteins Bind to the Brassinosteroid Receptor Kinase, Bri1 and Are Positive Regulators of Brassinosteroid Signaling - (Abstract Only)
Oh, M., Wang, X., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2009. 14-3-3 Proteins Bind to the Brassinosteroid Receptor Kinase, BRI1 and are Positive Regulators of Brassinosteroid Signaling [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Paper No. P35029.
Tyrosine Phosphorylation of the BRI1 Receptor Kinase Emerges as a Component of Brassinosteriod Signaling in Arabidopsis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Oh, M., Wang, X., Kota, U., Goshe, M.B., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2009. Tyrosine Phosphorylation of the BRI1 Receptor Kinase Emerges as a Component of Brassinosteriod Signaling in Arabidopsis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 106:658-663.
Sequential Transphosphorylation of the BRI1/BAK1 Receptor Kinase Pair Regulates Early Events of the Brassinosteriod Signaling Pathway Promoting Plant Growth and Development - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wang, X., Kota, U., He, K., Blackburn, K., Li, J., Goshe, M.B., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2008. Sequential Transphosphorylation of the BRI1/BAK1 Receptor Kinase PAir Regulates Early Events of the Brassinosteriod Signaling Pathway Promoting Plant Growth and Development. Developmental Cell. 15(2):220-235.
Increased protein carbonylation in leaves of Arabidopsis and soybean in response to elevated [CO2] Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Qiu, Q., Huber, J., Booker, F.L., Jain, V.L., Leakey, A., Fiscus, E.L., Yau, P., Ort, D.R., Huber, S.C. 2008. Increased protein carbonylation in leaves of Arabidopsis and soybean in response to elevated [CO2]. Photosynthesis Research. Vol 97, pp. 155-166.
Cytokinin inhibits the proteasome-mediated degradation of carbonylated proteins in Arabidopsis leaves - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Jain, V., Kaiser, W., Huber, S.C. 2008. Cytokinin inhibits the proteasome-mediated degradation of carbonylated proteins in Arabidopsis leaves. Plant Cell Physiology. 49:843-852.
Sucrose synthase oligomerization and F-actin association are regulated by sucrose concentration and phosphorylation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Duncan, K.A., Huber, S.C. 2007. Sucrose synthase oligomerization and F-actin association are regulated by sucrose concentration and phosphorylation. Plant Cell Physiology. 48:1612-1623.
Methionine Oxidation and Protein Phosphorylation: Interactive Partners in Signaling? - (Proceedings) - (18-Jul-07)
Functional Analysis and Phosphorylation Site Mapping of Leucine-Rich Repeat Receptor-Like Kinases - (Book / Chapter)
Clouse, S.D., Goshe, M.B., Huber, S.C., Li, J. 2008. Functional Analysis and Phosphorylation Site Mapping of Leucine-Rich Repeat Receptor-Like Kinases. In: Agrawal, G.K., Rakwal, R., editors. Plant Proteomics: Technologies, Strategies, and Applicatioins. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. p. 469-484.
Sucrose synthase interaction with voltage-dependent anion channel suggests a potential role for the enzyme in inter-organellar signaling - (Abstract Only)
Chalivendra, S., Huber, S.C., Sachs, M.M., Rhoads, D. 2007. Sucrose synthase interaction with voltage-dependent anion channel suggests a potential role for the enzyme in inter-organellar signaling [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. 824.7
Metabolic signals control the selective degradation of sucrose synthase in maize leaves during de-etiolation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Qiu, Q., Hardin, S., Mace, J., Brutnell, T.P., Huber, S.C. 2007. Metabolic signals control the selective degradation of sucrose synthase in maize leaves during de-etiolation. Plant Physiology. 144(1):468-478.
Sucrose Synthase: Expanding Protein Function - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chalivendra, S.C., Huber, S.C., Sachs, M.M., Rhoads, D.M. 2007. Sucrose Synthase: Expanding Protein Function. Plant Signaling and Behavior. 2(1):28-29.
The Three Maize Sucrose synthase Isoforms Differ in Distribution, Localization, and Phosphorylation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Duncan, K.A., Hardin, S.C., Huber, S.C. 2007. The Three Maize Sucrose synthase Isoforms Differ in Distribution, Localization, and Phosphorylation. Plant Cell Physiology. 47:959-971.
The Three Maize Sucrose synthase Isoforms Differ in Distribution, Localization, and Phosphorylation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Duncan, K.A., Hardin, S.C., Huber, S.C. 2006. The Three Maize Sucrose synthase Isoforms Differ in Distribution, Localization, and Phosphorylation. Plant Cell Physiology. 47:959-971.
Determination of structural requirements and probable regulatory effectors for membrane association of maize sucrose synthase 1 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hardin, S.C., Duncan, K.A., Huber, S.C. 2006. Determination of structural requirements and probable regulatory effectors for membrane association of maize sucrose synthase 1. Plant Physiology. 141:1106-1119.
Molecular Mechanisms of Receptor Kinase Action in Brassinosteroid Signal Transduction Reprint Icon - (Proceedings)
Wang, X., Goshe, M.B., Kota, U., Hardin, S., Huber, S.C., Li, J., Clouse, S.D. 2006. Molecular mechanisms of receptor kinase action in brassinosteroid signal transduction. Iowa State University Biochemistry Biophysics and Molecular Biology Symposium, July 10-14, 2006, Ames, Iowa. p. 32.
Mitochondrial Localization and a Putative Signaling Function of Sucrose Synthase in Maize - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chalivendra, S.C., Palaniappan, A., Duncan, K., Rhoads, D.M., Huber, S.C., Sachs, M.M. 2006. Mitochondrial localization and a putative signaling function of sucrose synthase in maize. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 281:15625-15635.
Polycations Globally Enhance Binding of 14-3-3 omega to Target Proteins in Spinach Leaves - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shen, W., Huber, S.C. 2006. Polycations Globally Enhance Binding of 14-3-3 omega to Target Proteins in Spinach Leaves. Plant Cell Physiology. 47:764-771.
Sucrose Synthase Interaction with the Voltage-Dependent Anion Channel Suggests a Potential Role for the Enzyme in Inter-Organellar Signaling - (Abstract Only)
Chalivendra, S.C., Huber, S.C., Sachs, M.M., Rhoads, D.M. 2006. Sucrose synthase interaction with the voltage-dependent anion channel suggests a potential role for the enzyme in inter-organellar signaling. American Society of Plant Biologists [abstract]. Paper no. 36027. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P36/P36027.html.
Possible Link Between Methionine Oxidation and Protein Phosphorylation - (Abstract Only)
Hardin, S., Tien, M., Huber, S.C. 2006. Possible link between methionine oxidation and protein phosphorylation [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper no. 07011. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P07/P07011.html.
Sucrose Synthase (Sus) Oligomerization Is Regulated by Sucrose Levels Within Plant Cells - (Abstract Only)
Duncan, K.A., Hardin, S., Huber, S.C. 2006. Sucrose synthase (SUS) oligomerization is regulated by sucrose levels within plant cells [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Abstract no. P24012. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P24/P24012.html.
Correlation Between Cytoplasmic Domain Sequence and Autophosphorylation among Arabidopsis Leucine-Rich Repeat Receptor-Like Kinases - (Abstract Only)
Hardin, S., Dhundaydham, M., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2006. Correlation between cytoplasmic domain sequence and autophosphorylation among arabidopsis leucine-rich repeat receptor-like kinases. American Society of Plant Biologists [abstract]. Paper no. P36018. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P36/P36018.html.
Isoform-Specific Binding of 14-3-3 Proteins to Nitrate Reductase and the Brassinosteroid Insensitive 1 Receptor Kinase Signaling Complex - (Abstract Only)
Oh, M., Huber, J.L., Wang, X., Ferl, R., Clouse, S.D., Huber, S.C. 2006. Isoform-specific binding of 14-3-3 proteins to nitrate reductase and the brassinosteroid insensitive 1 receptor kinase signaling complex [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists [abstract]. Paper no. 36033. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P36/P36033.html,
How Will the Gene Expression Profile, Biochemistry and Physiology of Soybean Leaves Respond to Growth at Elevated [co2] under Open-Air Field Conditions? - (Abstract Only)
Leakey, A.D.B., Xu, F., Gillespie, K.M., Heady, L., Qiu, Q., Rupassara, S., Ainsworth, E.A., Bohnert, H.J., Huber, S.C., Long, S.P., Rogers, A., Ort, D.R. 2006. How will the gene expression profile, biochemistry and physiology of soybean leaves respond to growth at elevated [CO2] under open-air field conditions? American Society of Plant Biologists Abstracts. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P01/P01013.html.
Exploring the role of protein phosphorylation in plants: from signaling to metabolism - (Proceedings)
Huber, S.C. 2006. Exploring the role of protein phosphorylation in plants: from signaling to metabolism. Biochemical Society Transactions. 35:28-32.
Oleate Desaturase Enzymes of Soybean: Evidence of Regulation Through Differential Stability and Phosphorylation. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tang, G., Novitzky, W.P., Griffin, C., Huber, S.C., Dewey, R. 2005. Oleate desaturase enzymes of soybean: evidence of regulation through differential stability and phosphorylation. Plant Journal. 44:433-446.
Regulation of Storage Product Accumulation in Soybean Seed - (Proceedings)
Marsolais, F., Hernández-Sebastià, C., Huber, S.C. 2005. Regulation of storage product accumulation in soybean seed. In: Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A141, S289 (P7.89). Abstracts of the Annual Main Meeting of the Society for Experimental Biology, 11-15th July 2005, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.
Interaction of Arabidopsis Brassinosteroid-Insensitive Beta Receptor Kinase with a Homolog of Mammalian Tgf Receptor Interacting Protein. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ehsan, H., Ray, W.K., Phinney, B., Wang, X., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2005. Interaction of Arabidopsis BRASSINOSTEROID-INSENSITIVE 1 receptor kinase with a homolog of mammalian TGF receptor interacting protein. Plant Journal. 43:251-261.
Identification and Functional Analysis of in Vivo Phosphorylation Sites of the Arabidopsis Brassinosteroid Insensitive 1 Receptor Kinase - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wang, X., Goshe, M.B., Soderblom, E.J., Phinney, B.S., Kuchar, J., Li, J., Asami, T., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2005. Identification and functional analysis of in vivo phosphorylation sites of the arabidopsis brassinosteroid insensitive 1 receptor kinase. The Plant Cell. 17:1685-1703.
Molecular Mechanisms of Early Events in Brassinosteroid Signal Transduction. - (Abstract Only)
Wang, X., Goshe, M.B., Soderblom, E.J., Phinney, B.S., Kuchar, J.A., Li, J., Asami, T., Yoshida, S., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2005. Molecular mechanisms of early events in brassinosteroid signal transduction [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts/aspb.org/pb2005/public/P66/7861.html.
The Association of Sucrose Synthase with Intracellular Membranes May Involve a Region with Similarity to a Pleckstrin Homology Domain. - (Abstract Only)
Hardin, S.C., Duncan, K.A., Huber, S.C. 2005. The association of sucrose synthase with intracellular membranes may involve a region with similarity to a pleckstrin homology domain [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2005/public/P56/7488.html.
The Third Sucrose Synthase in <1>zea Mays(sus3) Is a Ubiquitous Protein That Is Phosphorylated and Membrane Associated. - (Abstract Only)
Duncan, K.A., Hardin, S.C., Huber, S.C. The third sucrose synthase in <1>zea mays(sus3) is a ubiquitous protein that is phosphorylated and membrane associated [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2005/public/P56/7486.html.
New Intracellular Locations and Putative Novel Functions for Maize Sucrose Synthases. - (Abstract Only)
Chalivendra, S.C., Palaniappan, A., Duncan, K., Huber, S.C., Sachs, M.M. 2005. New intracellular locations and putative novel functions for maize sucrose synthases [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2005/public/P51/7674.html.
Identification of the Major Leaf Proteins Subject to O-Glcnac Posstranslational Modification. - (Abstract Only)
Qiu, Q., Huber, J.L., Huber, S.C. 2005. Identification of the major leaf proteins subject to o-glcnac posstranslational modification [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2005/public/P69/7476.html.
Protein Oxidation in Leaves of Arabidopsis and Soybean: Implications for Plant Response to Elevated Co2. - (Abstract Only)
Qiu, Q., Huber, J.L., Portis Jr, A.R., Huber, S.C. 2005. Protein oxidation in leaves of arabidopsis and soybean: implications for plant response to elevated CO2. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts/aspb.org/pb2005/public/P36/7475.html.
Proteasome Activity and the Post-Translational Control of Sucrose Synthase Stability in Maize Leaves - (Abstract Only)
Hardin, S.C., Huber, S.C. 2004. Proteasome activity and the post-translational control of sucrose synthase stability in maize leaves [abstract]. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 42:197-208.
Identification of a New Motif for Cdpk Phosphorylation in Vitro That Suggests Acc Synthase May Be a Cdpk Substrate - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sebastia, C.H., Hardin, S.C., Clouse, S.C., Kieber, J.J., Huber, S.C. 2004. Identification of A New Motif for CDPK Phosphorylation In Vitro That Suggests ACC Synthase May Be A CDPK Substrate. Archives Of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 428:81-91.
Metabolic Profiling of Amino Acids in Soybean Developing Seeds: Possible Role of Asparagine in the Control of Storage Product Accumulation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sebastia, C.H., Marsolais, F., Saravitz, C., Israel, D.W., Dewey, R.E., Huber, S.C. 2005. Metabolic profiling of amino acids in soybean developing seeds: possible role of asparagine in the control of storage product accumulation. Journal of Experimental Botany.56:1951-1964.
Numerous Post-Translational Modifications Provide Opportunites for the Intricate Regulation of Metabolic Enzymes at Multiple Levels - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Huber, S.C., Hardin, S.C. 2004. Numerous post-translational modifications provide opportunites for the intricate regulation of metabolic enzymes at multiple levels. Plant Biology. 7:318-322.
Phosphorylation of the Amino-Terminus of Maize Sucrose Synthase in Relation to Membrane Association and Enzyme Activity - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hardin, S.C., Winter, H., Huber, S.C. 2004. Phosphorylation of the amino-terminus of maize sucrose synthase in relation to membrane association and enzyme activity. Plant Physiology. 134:1427-1438.
Proteasome Activity and the Post-Translational Control of Sucrose Synthase Stability in Maize Leaves - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
HARDIN, S.C., HUBER, S.C. 2004. Proteasome activity and the post-translational control of sucrose synthase stability in maize leaves. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 42:197-208.
Proteasome Activity and the Post-Translational Control of Sucrose Synthase Stability in Maize Leaves. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hardin, S., Huber, S.C. 2004. Proteasome activity and the post-translational control of sucrose synthase stability in maize leaves. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 42:197-208.
Phosphorylation of Metabolic Enzymes: Effects on Activity, Localization and Degradation - (Abstract Only)
Huber, S.C. 2003. Phosphorylation of metabolic enzymes: effects on activity, localization and degradation [abstract]. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics. 2:679.
"phosphorylation of Sucrose Synthase at Serine 170: Occurrence and Possible Role As a Signal for Proteolysis" - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hardin, S.C., Tang, G.Q., Scholz, A., Holtgraewe, D., Winter, H., Huber, S.C. 2003. "Phosphorylation of Sucrose Synthase at Serine 170: Occurrence and Possible Role As a Signal for Proteolysis" [abstract]. Plant Journal. 35:588-603.
An Arabidopsis Protein with Sequence Similarity to Animal Tgf-Beta Receptor Interacting Protein Is Phosphorylated by the Br11 Receptor Kinase in Vitro - (Abstract Only)
Ehsan, H., Ray, W.K., Huber, S.C., Clouse, S.D. 2003. An arabidopsis protein with sequence similarity to animal tgf-beta receptor interacting protein is phosphorylated by the br11 receptor kinase in vitro [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2003/public/M12/5068.html
Do Amino Acids Regulate Transcription of Lipogenic Genes in Developing Soybean Seeds? - (Abstract Only)
Hernandez, C., Saravitz, C., Zhang, P., Israel, D., Dewey, R., Huber, S.C. 2003. Do amino acids regulate transcription of lipogenic genes in developing soybean seeds? [abstract]. International Congress of Plant Molecular Biology. Paper No. 3620.
The C-Terminal Tail of Arabidopsis 14-3 Functions As An Autoinhibitor and May Contain a Tenth A-Helix - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shen, W., Clark, C., Huber, S.C. 2003. The c-terminal tail of arabidopsis 14-3 functions as an autoinhibitor and may contain a tenth a-helix. Plant Journal. 34:473-484.
A Novel C-Terminal Proteolytic Processing of Cytosolic Pyruvate Kinase, Its Phosphorylation and Degradation by the Proteasome in Developing Soybean Seeds - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tang, G., Hardin, S.C., Dewey, R., Huber, S.C. 2003. A novel c-terminal proteolytic processing of cytosolic pyruvate kinase, its phosphorylation and degradation by the proteasome in developing soybean seeds. Plant Journal. 34:77-95.
Protein Phosphorylation As a Possible Trigger for Degradation of Metabolic Enzymes - (Abstract Only)
HUBER, S.C., TANG, G.Q., HARDIN, S.C. 2003. Protein Phosphorylation As A Possible Trigger For Degradation of Metabolic Enzymes [abstract]. Current Topics In Plant Biochemistry, Physiology and Molecular Biology. Plant Protein Phosphorylation-Dephosphorylation. 21:1415.
Characterization of the Substrate Specificity of Sucrose-Phosphate Synthase Protein Kinase - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (10-May-95)
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