Virginia Walbot
Virginia Walbot
Professor of Biology, Stanford University
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Expression of genes transferred into monocot and dicot plant cells by electroporation
M Fromm, LP Taylor, V Walbot
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 82 (17), 5824-5828, 1985
Stable transformation of maize after gene transfer by electroporation
ME Fromm, LP Taylor, V Walbot
Nature 319 (6056), 791-793, 1986
Plant glutathione S-transferases: enzymes with multiple functions in sickness and in health
R Edwards, DP Dixon, V Walbot
Trends in plant science 5 (5), 193-198, 2000
Introns increase gene expression in cultured maize cells.
J Callis, M Fromm, V Walbot
Genes & development 1 (10), 1183-1200, 1987
Impact of low-temperature stress on general phenylpropanoid and anthocyanin pathways: enhancement of transcript abundance and anthocyanin pigmentation in maize seedlings
PJ Christie, MR Alfenito, V Walbot
Planta 194 (4), 541-549, 1994
A glutathione S-transferase involved in vacuolar transfer encoded by the maize gene Bronze-2
KA Marrs, MR Alfenito, AM Lloyd, V Walbot
Nature 375 (6530), 397-400, 1995
Arabidopsis and Nicotiana anthocyanin production activated by maize regulators R and C1
AM Lloyd, V Walbot, RW Davis
Science 258 (5089), 1773-1775, 1992
Flavonoids can protect maize DNA from the induction of ultraviolet radiation damage
AE Stapleton, V Walbot
Plant physiology 105 (3), 881-889, 1994
The TTG gene is required to specify epidermal cell fate and cell patterning in the Arabidopsis root
ME Galway, JD Masucci, AM Lloyd, V Walbot, RW Davis, JW Schiefelbein
Developmental biology 166 (2), 740-754, 1994
Functional complementation of anthocyanin sequestration in the vacuole by widely divergent glutathione S-transferases
MR Alfenito, E Souer, CD Goodman, R Buell, J Mol, R Koes, V Walbot
The Plant Cell 10 (7), 1135-1149, 1998
AN9, a petunia glutathione S-transferase required for anthocyanin sequestration, is a flavonoid-binding protein
LA Mueller, CD Goodman, RA Silady, V Walbot
Plant physiology 123 (4), 1561-1570, 2000
Mechanisms of cytoplasmic pH regulation in hypoxic maize root tips and its role in survival under hypoxia
JK Roberts, J Callis, D Wemmer, V Walbot, O Jardetzky
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 81 (11), 3379-3383, 1984
A multidrug resistance–associated protein involved in anthocyanin transport in Zea mays
CD Goodman, P Casati, V Walbot
The Plant Cell 16 (7), 1812-1826, 2004
DNA modification of a maize transposable element correlates with loss of activity
VL Chandler, V Walbot
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 83 (6), 1767-1771, 1986
Cytoplasmic acidosis as a determinant of flooding intolerance in plants
JK Roberts, J Callis, O Jardetzky, V Walbot, M Freeling
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 81 (19), 6029-6033, 1984
Rapid genomic change in higher plants
V Walbot, CA Cullis
Annual review of plant physiology 36 (1), 367-396, 1985
Advancing crop transformation in the era of genome editing
F Altpeter, NM Springer, LE Bartley, AE Blechl, TP Brutnell, V Citovsky, ...
The Plant Cell 28 (7), 1510-1520, 2016
Strategies for mutagenesis and gene cloning using transposon tagging and T-DNA insertional mutagenesis
V Walbot
Annual review of plant biology 43 (1), 49-78, 1992
Epidermal cell fate determination in Arabidopsis: patterns defined by a steroid-inducible regulator
AM Lloyd, M Schena, V Walbot, RW Davis
Science 266 (5184), 436-439, 1994
Visualizing mRNA expression in plant protoplasts: factors influencing efficient mRNA uptake and translation.
DR Gallie, WJ Lucas, V Walbot
The Plant Cell 1 (3), 301-311, 1989
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