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Selected Publications

1.    Thole, J.M., Perroud, P.-F., Quatrano, R.S., and Running, M.P. Prenylation is Required for Polar Cell Elongation, Cell Adhesion, and Cell Differentiation in Physcomitrella patens. The Plant Journal, in press.  

2.    Running, M.P. (2014). The role of lipid post-translational modification in plant developmental processes. Front. Plant Sci. 5:50. doi:10.3389/fpls.2014.00050.

3.    Shi, W., Zeng, Q., and Running, M.P. (2013). In vitro prenylation assay of Arabidopsis Proteins. Methods in Molecular Biology 1043, 147-160.

4.    Feng, X., Shi, W., Wang, X., and Running, M.P. (2013). In vitro myristoylation assay of Arabidopsis Proteins. Methods in Molecular Biology 1043, 135-139.

5.    Running, M.P., volume editor (2013). G Protein-Coupled Receptor Signaling in Plants. Methods in Molecular Biology 1043. Humana Press, New York.

6.    Vaishnav, R.A., Liu, R., Chapman, J., Ye, H., Rebolledo-Mendez, J.D., Tabira, T., Roberts, A.M., Fitzpatrick, A.H., Achiron, A., Running, M.P., and Friedland, R.P. (2013). Aquaporin-4 Mimotopes in Nature: Implications for Neuromyelitis Optica. Journal of Neuroimmunology 260, 92-98.

7.    Running, M.P. (2013). Cell and Molecular Biology: A Study Guide. Cognella Learning Media, San Diego.

8.    Liu, Y., Ye, W., Li, B., Zhou, X., Cai, Y., Running, M.P.* and Liu, K.* (2012). CCS52A2/FZR1, a cell cycle regulator, is an essential factor for shoot apical meristem maintenance in Arabidopsis thaliana. BMC Plant Biology 12, 135 doi:10.1186/1471-2229-12-135.

*denotes co-corresponding authors.

9.    Sorek, N., Gutman, O., Bar, E., Abu-Abed, M., Feng, X., Running, M. P., Lewinsohn, E., Ori, N., Sadot, E., Henis, Y. I., and Yalovsky, S. (2011). Differential effects of prenylation and s-acylation on type I and II ROPS membrane interaction and function. Plant Physiology 155, 706-720.

10. Zeng, Q. and Running, M. P. (2008) Protein Lipid Modification and Plant Development. In: Floriculture, Ornamental and Plant Biotechnology Vol V, 319-328. Teixeira da Silva, J. A. ed. Global Science Books, U.K.

11. Running, M. P. (2007) Nuclear Staining of Plants for Confocal Microscopy. Cold Spring Harb Protoc doi:10.1101/pdb.prot4685

12. Zeng, Q., Wang, X., and Running, M.P. (2007) Dual lipid modification of Arabidopsis thaliana Gg-subunits is required for efficient plasma membrane targeting. Plant Physiology 143, 1119-31.

13. Running, M. P. (2006) Genetics of Flower Development and Patterning. In: Floriculture, Ornamental and Plant Biotechnology Vol. I, 1-11. Teixeira da Silva, J. A., ed. Global Science Books, U.K.

14. Johnson, C. D., Chary, S. N., Chernoff, E. A., Zeng, Q., Running, M. P., and Crowell D. N. (2005) Protein geranylgeranyltransferase I is involved in specific aspects of abscisic acid and auxin signaling in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology 139, 722-733.

15. Dornier, P., Lunde, C., Vollbrecht, E., Nardmann, N., Running, M., Jackson, D., Hake, S., and Werr, W. (2005) The thick tassel dwarf1 locus encodes a leucine rich repeat receptor kinase: a putative maize orthologue of CLAVATA1 in Arabidopsis. Development 132, 1235-1245.

16. Running, M. P. (2004). Mechanisms of Floral Organ Patterning. Proc. Ind. Nat1. Sci. Acad. B70, 453-464. 

17. Running, M. P. (2004). Flowering Plant Embryology. Quart. Rev. Bio. 74, 428.

18. Running, M. P., Lavy, M., Sternberg, H., Galichet, A., Gruissem, W., Hake, S., Ori, N., and Yalovsky, S. (2004). Enlarged meristems and delayed growth in plp mutants result from lack of CaaX prenyltransferases. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 101, 7815-7820.

19. Running, M. P. (2002). Developmental Biology of Flowering Plants. Quart. Rev. Bio. 77, 204-205.

20. Running, M. P. (2001). Nuclear Staining for Confocal Microscopy. In: Arabidopsis-A Laboratory Manual, 100-103. Weigel, D., and Glazebrook, J., eds. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor.

21. Running, M. P. and Hake, S. (2001). The role of floral meristems in patterning.  Curr. Op. Plant Biol. 4, 69-74.

22. Running, M. P., Scanlon, M., and Sinha, N. (2000). Maize Genetics 2000 – and Beyond. Plant Cell 12, 829-835. 

23. Jacobsen, S. E., Running, M. P., and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1999). Disruption of an RNA Helicase/RNAse III homologue in Arabidopsis causes unregulated cell division in floral meristems.  Development 126, 5231-5243. 

24. Fletcher, J. C., Brand, U., Running, M. P., Simon, R., and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1999). CLAVATA3 communicates cell fate decisions in the Arabidopsis shoot meristem.  Science 283, 1911-1914.

25. Chuang, C.-F.1, Running, M. P.1, Williams, R. W., and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1999). The PERIANTHIA gene encodes a Bzip protein involved in the determination of floral organ number in Arabidopsis thalianaGenes & Dev. 13, 334-344.

1These two authors contributed equally to this study. 

26. Running, M. P., Fletcher, J. C., and Meyerowitz., E. M. (1998).  The WIGGUM gene of Arabidopsis is necessary for regulation of apical and floral meristem size.  Development 125, 2545-2553.

27. Meyerowitz, E. M., Running, M. P., Sakai, H., and Williams, R. W. (1998). Multiple modes of cell division control in Arabidopsis flower development.  Symp. Soc. Exp. Bio. 51, 19-26.

28. Running, M. P. (1997). Making asymmetric flowers.  Current Biology 7, R89-91. 

29. Liu, Z., Running, M. P., and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1997). TSO1 functions in cell division during Arabidopsis flower development.  Development 124, 665-672. 

30. Running, M. P. and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1996). Using confocal microscopy in the

study of plant structure and development.  ALISO 14, 263-270. 

31. Running, M. P. and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1996). Mutations in the PERIANTHIA gene of Arabidopsis specifically alter floral organ number and initiation pattern.  Development 122, 1261-1269. 

32. Running, M. P., Clark, S. E., and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1995). Confocal Microscopy of the Shoot Apex.  In: Methods in Cell Biology Vol. 49A, 215-227.  Galbraith, D. W., Bourque, D. P., and Bohnert, H. J., eds. Academic Press, San Diego. 

33. Clark, S. E., Running, M. P., and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1995). CLAVATA3 Specifically regulates Arabidopsis Shoot and Floral Meristem development in the same pathway as CLAVATA1. Development 121, 2057-2067. 

34. Sieburth, L. E., Running, M. P., and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1995). Genetic Separation of Third and Fourth Whorl Functions of AgamousPlant Cell 7, 1249-1258.

35. Clark, S. E., Running, M. P. and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1993). CLAVATA1, a regulator of meristem and floral development in Arabidopsis.  Development 119, 397-418.

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