Dr. Priti Krishna
Protein Folding / Hormone Regulation / Functional Genomics
41. T. Fatima, C. Snyder, WR. Schroeder, D. Wishart, RJ Weselake and P Krishna. 2012. Transcriptome and metabolite analysis of polyunsaturated fatty acid-enriched sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seed. PLoS ONE. 7(4):e34099 (1-18 pages)
40 . Isidro J, Knox R, Singh AK, Clarke F, Krishna P, DePauw R, Clarke J, Somers D. 2012. Brassinosteroid leaf unrolling QTL mapping in durum wheat. Planta Feb 18. [Epub ahead of print]
39. Chen L, Hamada S, Fujiwara M, Zhu T, Thao NP, Wong HL, Krishna P, Ueda T, Kaku H, Shibuya N, Kawasaki T, Shimamoto K. 2010. The Hop/Sti1-Hsp90 chaperone complex facilitates the maturation and transport of a PAMP receptor in rice innate immunity. Cell Host Microbe . 7: 185-196.
38. Zhang Z, Sullivan WP, Felts SJ, Prasad BD, Toft DO, Krishna P. 2010. Characterization of plant p23-like proteins for their co-chaperone activities. Cell Stress Chaperones. 15: 703-715.
37. Divi U, Rahman T, Krishna P. 2010. Brassinosteroid-mediated abiotic stress tolerance in Arabidopsis shows interactions with abscisic acid, ethylene and salicylic acid pathways. BMC Plant Biol.10: 151-
36. Divi U, Krishna P. 2010. Overexpression of the brassinosteroid biosynthetic gene AtDWF4 in Arabidopsis seeds overcomes abscisic acid-induced Inhibition of germination and increases cold tolerance in transgenic seedlings . J. Plant Growth Regul. DOI: 10.1007/s00344-010-9150-3.
35. Prasad BD, Goel S, Krishna, P. 2010. In silico identification of carboxylate clamp type tetratricopeptide repeat proteins in Arabidopsis and rice as putative co-chaperones of Hsp90/Hsp70. PLoS One (in press).
34. Divi U, Krishna P. 2009. Brassinosteroid: a biotechnological target for enhancing crop yield and stress tolerance. New Biotechnol. 26: 131-136.
33. Divi U, Krishna P. 2009. Brassinosteroids confer stress tolerance. In Plant Stress Biology: From Genomics to System Biology. Ed. H. Hirt. Pp. 119-135. Wiley-VCH. Invited
32. Dhaubhadel S, Krishna P. 2008. Identification of differentially-expressed genes in brassinosteroid-treated Brassica napus seedlings. J. Plant Growth Regul. 27: 297-308.
31. Kagale S, Divi U, Krochko JE, Keller WA, Krishna P. 2007. Brassinosteroid confers tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana and Brassica napus to a range of abiotic stresses. Planta 225: 353-364.
30. Ferrie AMR, Dirpaul J, Krishna P, Krochko JE, Keller WA. 2005. Effects of brassinosteroids on microspore embryogenesis in Brassica species. In vitro Cell. Devel. Biol.–Plant 41: 742-745.
29. Hubert DA, Tornero P, Belkhadir Y, Krishna P, Takahashi A, Shirasu K, Dangl JL. 2003. Cytosolic hsp90 associates with, and modulates the function of, the Arabidopsis RPM1 plant disease resistance protein. EMBO J. 22: 5679-5689.
28. Krishna P, Kanelakis K. 2003. The 70 kDa protein bound to hsp90 in wheat germ lysate is a plant homolog of animal Hop. Physiol. Plant. 119: 456-462.
27. Krishna P. 2003. Brassinosteroid-mediated stress responses. J Plant Growth Regul. 22: 289-297. Invited.
26. Krishna P. 2003. Plant responses to heat stress. Top Curr Genet. 4: 73-101. Invited.
25. Zhang Z, Quick MK, Kanelakis K, Gijzen M, Krishna P. 2003. Characterization of a plant homolog of Hop, a cochaperone of hsp90. Plant Physiol. 131: 525-535.
24. Dhaubhadel S, Browning KS, Gallie DR, Krishna P. 2002. Brassinosteroid functions to protect the translational machinery and heat shock protein synthesis following thermal stress. Plant J. 29: 681-691.
23. Pratt WB, Krishna P, Olsen LJ. 2001. Hsp90-binding immunophilins in plants: the protein movers. Trends Plant Sci. 65: 54-58.
22. Krishna P, Gloor G. 2001. The Hsp90 family of proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana. Cell Stress Chaperones 6: 238-246. Invited.
21. Perry M, Krishna P. 2001. Making sense of mouse tales: Canada lifeform patents topsy-turvy. EIPR (European Intellectual Property Review) 23: 196–204.
20. Muller J-L, Krishna P, Forreiter C. 2000.A glucosinolate mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana is thermosensitive and defective in cytosolic Hsp90 expression after heat stress. Plant Physiol. 123: 949-958.
19. Krishna P. 2000. Plant hsp90 and its partner proteins. J Plant Biochem Biotech. 9: 53-56. Invited.
18. Dhaubhadel S, Chaudhary S, Dobinson KF, Krishna P. 1999. Treatment with 24-epibrassinolide, a brassinosteroid, increases the basic thermotolerance of Brassica napus and tomato seedlings. Plant Mol Biol. 40: 333-342.
17. Reddy RK, Kurek I, Silverstein AM, Chinkers M, Breiman A, Krishna P. 1998. High molecular weight FK506-binding proteins are components of heat shock protein 90 heterocomplexes in wheat germ lysate. Plant Physiol. 118: 1395-1401.
16. Reddy RK, Chaudhary S, Patil P, Krishna P. 1998. The 90 kDa heat shock protein (hsp90) is expressed throughout Brassica napus seed development and germination. Plant Sci. 131: 131-137.
15. Mahnhoon P, Kang C Y, Krishna P. 1998. The Brassica napus hsp90 can autophosphorylate and phosphorylate other protein substrates. Mol Cell Biochem. 185: 33-38.
14. Dittmar K, Demady D, Stancato LF, Krishna P, Pratt WB. 1997. Folding of the glucocorticoid receptor by the hsp90-based chaperone machinery: the role of p23 is to dynamically stabilize receptor .hsp90 heterocomplexes formed by hsp90 .p60 .hsp70. J Biol Chem. 272: 21213-21220.
13. Krishna P, Reddy RK, Sacco M, Frappier JRF, Felsheim RF. 1997. Analysis of the native forms of the 90 kDa heat shock protein (hsp90) in plant cytosolic extracts. Plant Mol Biol. 33: 457-466.
12. Krishna, P. Plant hsp90, In M.-J. Gething (Ed.), Guidebook to Molecular Chaperones and Protein Folding Factors. (pp 156-157). Oxford: Sambrook & Tooze at Oxford University Press. 1997. Invited.
11. Owens-Grillo JK, Stancato LF, Hoffmann K, Pratt WB, Krishna P. 1996. Binding of immunophilins to the 90 kDa heat shock protein (hsp90) via a tetratricopeptide repeat domain is a conserved interaction inplants. Biochemistry 35: 15249-15255.
10. Stancato LF, Hutchison KA, Krishna P,Pratt WB. 1996. Animal and plant cell lysates share a conserved chaperone system that assembles the glucocorticoid receptor into a functional heterocomplex with hsp90. Biochemistry 35: 554-561.
9. Hutchison KA, Stancato LF, Owens-Grillo JK, Johnson JL, Krishna P, Toft DO, Pratt WB. 1995. The 23 kDa acidic protein in reticulocyte lysate is the weakly bound component of the hsp foldosome that is required for assembly of the glucocorticoid receptor into a functional heterocomplex with hsp90. J Biol Chem. 270: 18841-18847.
8. Wilen R, Sacco M, Gusta LV, Krishna P. 1995. Effects of 24-epibrassinolide on freezing and thermo tolerance of bromegrass (Bromus inermis Leyss) cell cultures. Physiol Plant. 95:195-202.
7. Krishna P, Sacco M, Cherrutti J, Hill S. 1995. Cold-induced accumulation of hsp90 transcripts in Brassica napus. Plant Physiol. 107: 915-923.
6. Krishna P, Fritzler M, van de Sande JH. 1993. Interactions of anti-DNA antibodies with Z-DNA. Clin Exp Immunol. 92: 51-57.
5. Krishna P, Felsheim RF, Larkin JC, Das, A. 1992. Structure and light-induced expression of a small heat shock protein gene of Pharbitis nil. Plant Physiol. 100: 1772-1779.
4. Krishna P, Morgan AR, van de Sande JH. 1991. Interaction of RecA protein with Z-DNA. Biochem J. 275: 711-719.
3. Krishna P, van de Sande JH. 1990. Interaction of RecA protein with acidic phospholipids inhibits DNA-binding activity of RecA. J Bacteriol. 172: 6452-6458.
2. Krishna P, Kennedy BP, Waisman DM, van de Sande JH, McGhee JD. 1990. Are many Z-DNA binding proteins actually phospholipid-binding proteins? Proc Natl Acad Sci. USA 87: 1292-1295.
1. Krishna P, Kennedy BP, van de Sande JH, McGhee JD. 1988. Yolk proteins from nematodes, chickens and frogs bind strongly and pr eferentially to left-handed Z-DNA. J Biol Chem. 263: 19066-70.
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