His scientific interests lie mostly in Biochemistry, Cell biology, Protein biosynthesis, Messenger RNA and Photosynthesis. His study in the field of Abscisic acid, Endosperm, Programmed cell death and Enzyme is also linked to topics like Redox. His Cell biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Apoptosis and Eukaryotic initiation factor.
Daniel R. Gallie combines subjects such as Eukaryotic initiation factor 4F, EIF4G and Initiation factor with his study of Eukaryotic initiation factor. His research in Protein biosynthesis intersects with topics in Translation, Genetic translation, Untranslated region and In vivo. His study explores the link between Messenger RNA and topics such as Molecular biology that cross with problems in Polyadenylation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Messenger RNA and Initiation factor. His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Heat shock protein, Endosperm, Translational regulation, Eukaryotic translation and EIF4E. His research on Biochemistry frequently links to adjacent areas such as Biophysics.
The various areas that Daniel R. Gallie examines in his Messenger RNA study include RNA and Molecular biology, Protein biosynthesis. His studies deal with areas such as Eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4 gamma, EIF4A1, Eukaryotic initiation factor and EIF4G as well as Initiation factor. The concepts of his Translational efficiency study are interwoven with issues in Polyadenylation and Untranslated region.
Daniel R. Gallie mainly investigates Genetics, EIF4G, Initiation factor, Cell biology and Eukaryotic translation. His EIF4G research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of EIF4B and EIF4EBP1. His work in Initiation factor covers topics such as Eukaryotic initiation factor which are related to areas like Internal ribosome entry site and Five prime untranslated region.
His research in Eukaryotic translation intersects with topics in EIF4E and Mutant. His Translation study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Protein biosynthesis. He combines subjects such as Open reading frame, Arabidopsis and Messenger RNA with his study of Protein biosynthesis.
His primary areas of investigation include Vitamin C, Function, Cofactor, Biochemistry and Biotechnology. In the subject of general Vitamin C, his work in Vitamin C deficiency and Scurvy is often linked to Adult population, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Function research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biosynthesis, Enzyme, Human nutrition, Receptor and Hormone.
His studies in Cofactor integrate themes in fields like Photosynthesis, Reactive oxygen species, Ferredoxin and Antioxidant. Daniel R. Gallie is involved in the study of Biochemistry that focuses on Reductase in particular. Biotechnology and Food science are frequently intertwined in his study.
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The cap and poly(A) tail function synergistically to regulate mRNA translational efficiency.
Daniel R. Gallie.
Genes & Development (1991)
Increasing vitamin C content of plants through enhanced ascorbate recycling
Zhong Chen;Todd E. Young;Jun Ling;Su-Chih Chang.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2003)
The Ascorbic Acid Redox State Controls Guard Cell Signaling and Stomatal Movement
Zhong Chen;Daniel R. Gallie.
The Plant Cell (2004)
A tale of two termini:: A functional interaction between the termini of an mRNA is a prerequisite for efficient translation initiation
Daniel R Gallie.
Programmed cell death during endosperm development
Todd E. Young;Daniel R. Gallie.
Plant Molecular Biology (2000)
Translation Initiation Factors eIF-iso4G and eIF-4B Interact with the Poly(A)-binding Protein and Increase Its RNA Binding Activity*
Hanh Le;Robert L. Tanguay;M. Luisa Balasta;Chin Chuan Wei.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1997)
Ethylene-Mediated Programmed Cell Death during Maize Endosperm Development of Wild-Type and shrunken2 Genotypes.
T. E. Young;D. R. Gallie;D. A. DeMason.
Plant Physiology (1997)
Identification of the motifs within the tobacco mosaic virus 5′-leader responsible for enhancing translation
Daniel R. Gallie;Virginia Walbot.
Nucleic Acids Research (1992)
Increasing tolerance to ozone by elevating foliar ascorbic acid confers greater protection against ozone than increasing avoidance.
Zhong Chen;Daniel R. Gallie.
Plant Physiology (2005)
The role of l-ascorbic acid recycling in responding to environmental stress and in promoting plant growth
Daniel R. Gallie.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2013)
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