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Sharon Regan

Sharon Regan

Assistant Professor
Canada Research Chair in Fundamental Plant Biology
Department of Biology
Biosciences 3422
Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario
K7L 3N6

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Regan, S., Gustafson, V., Mallubhotla, S., Chakravarty, B., Bagchi, M., Siahbazi, M., Rothwell, C., Sardana, R., Goyer, C., Audy, P., Li, X.-Q., Wang-Pruski, G., De Koeyer, D., and Flinn, B. (2005) Finding the perfect potato: using functional genomics to improve disease resistance and tuber quality traits Can. J. Plant Path., in press

Flinn, B., Rothwell, C., Griffiths, R., Lägue, M., De Koeyer, D., Sardana, R., Audy, P., Goyer, C., Li, X.-Q., Wang-Pruski, G., and Regan, S. (2005) Potato Expressed Sequence Tag Generation and Analyses Using Standard and Unique cDNA Libraries. Plant Mol. Biol., in press.

Thurston, G., Regan, S., Rampitsch, C., Xing, T. (2005) Proteomic and phosphoproteomic approaches to understand plant-pathogen interactions. Physiol. Mol. Plant Path. 66:3-11.

MacKay, J., Bérubé, H., Regan, S., Séguin, A. (2003) Functional genomics in forest trees: application to the investigation of defense mechanisms and wood formation. In; Plantation Forest Biotechnology for the 21st Century, C Walter and Mike Carson Eds.

Kozela, C. and Regan, S. (2003) How plants make tubes. Trends Plant Sci. 8 (4): 159-164.

Andersson-Gunnerås, S., Hellgren J.M., Björklund, S., Regan, S., Moritz, T., and Sundberg, B. (2003) Asymmetric expression of a poplar ACC oxidase controls ethylene production during gravitational induction of tension wood. Plant J. 34:339-350.

Langer, K., Ache, P., Geiger, D., Stinzing, A., Arend, M., Wind, C., Regan, S., Fromm, J., and Hedrich, R. (2002) Poplar potassium transporters capable of controlling K+ homeostasis and K+-dependent xylogenesis. Plant J. 32, 997-1009.

Hanson, J., Regan, S., Engstrom, P. (2002) ATHB13 is expressed in leaf traces of both Arabidopsis and hybrid aspen. Plant Cell Rep. 21:81-89.

Chaffey, N., Cholewa, E., Regan, S., Sundberg, B. Cytochemical analysis of secondary xylem development in Arabidopsis. Physiol. Plant. accepted.