László Bögre mostly deals with Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Biochemistry, Kinase and Cell cycle. László Bögre has included themes like Genetics and Transcription factor in his Cell biology study. László Bögre combines subjects such as Arabidopsis thaliana and Signalling with his study of Arabidopsis.
Biochemistry is represented through his Protein kinase A and Signal transduction research. László Bögre mostly deals with MAPK/ERK pathway in his studies of Kinase. His research in Cell cycle intersects with topics in Auxin, Cell division and Mitosis.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Cell cycle, Biochemistry and Kinase. While the research belongs to areas of Cell biology, he spends his time largely on the problem of Cell growth, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Cell Cycle Gene and E2F. His Arabidopsis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Arabidopsis thaliana, Auxin, Signalling and Meristem.
In Cell cycle, László Bögre works on issues like Transcription factor, which are connected to Activator. The study incorporates disciplines such as Transcriptional regulation and Abscisic acid in addition to Kinase. His study in Protein kinase A is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Signal transduction and Elicitor.
László Bögre mainly investigates Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Cell cycle, Mitosis and Transcription factor. His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Repressor, Cell division and Cell growth. His Arabidopsis research integrates issues from Regulator, Auxin, Meristem and Kinase.
László Bögre focuses mostly in the field of Cell cycle, narrowing it down to topics relating to Cytokinesis and, in certain cases, Mitotic cell cycle and Microtubule. His study explores the link between Mitosis and topics such as DREAM complex that cross with problems in Cell Cycle Protein, Polo-like kinase and Cell cycle phase. His Transcription factor study introduces a deeper knowledge of Biochemistry.
Arabidopsis, Cell biology, Transcription factor, Cell cycle and E2F are his primary areas of study. His Arabidopsis research includes elements of Epidermis, Kinase, MAPK/ERK pathway and Cell growth. His study in the field of Protein kinase A also crosses realms of Heat shock factor.
He has researched Cell biology in several fields, including Cellular differentiation and Meristem. His work carried out in the field of Transcription factor brings together such families of science as Osmotic shock and Gene expression. The various areas that László Bögre examines in his Cell cycle study include Pericycle, Asymmetric cell division, Lateral root and Auxin.
Complexity, cross talk and integration of plant MAP kinase signalling.
Claudia Jonak;László Ökrész;László Bögre;Heribert Hirt.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (2002)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato hijacks the Arabidopsis abscisic acid signalling pathway to cause disease
Marta de Torres-Zabala;Marta de Torres-Zabala;William Truman;William Truman;Mark H Bennett;Guillaume Lafforgue.
The EMBO Journal (2007)
A protein kinase target of a PDK1 signalling pathway is involved in root hair growth in Arabidopsis
Richard G Anthony;Rossana Henriques;Anne Helfer;Tamás Mészáros.
The EMBO Journal (2004)
Molecular and cellular approaches to the analysis of plant embryo development from somatic cells in vitro
Dénes Dudits;László Bögre;János Györgyey.
Journal of Cell Science (1975)
SIMKK, a Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase (MAPK) Kinase, Is a Specific Activator of the Salt Stress–Induced MAPK, SIMK
Stefan Kiegerl;Francesca Cardinale;Christine Siligan;Andrea Gross.
The Plant Cell (2000)
Wounding Induces the Rapid and Transient Activation of a Specific MAP Kinase Pathway.
Laszlo Bogre;Wilco Ligterink;Irute Meskiene;Patrick J. Barker.
The Plant Cell (1997)
A MAP kinase is activated late in plant mitosis and becomes localized to the plane of cell division.
László Bögre;Ornella Calderini;Pavla Binarova;Markus Mattauch.
The Plant Cell (1999)
Complementation of a yeast cell cycle mutant by an alfalfa cDNA encoding a protein kinase homologous to p34cdc2
Heribert Hirt;Anikó Páy;János Györgyey;László Bakó.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1991)
Growth signalling pathways in Arabidopsis and the AGC protein kinases
László Bögre;László Ökrész;Rossana Henriques;Richard G. Anthony.
Trends in Plant Science (2003)
MP2C, a plant protein phosphatase 2C, functions as a negative regulator of mitogen-activated protein kinase pathways in yeast and plants
Irute Meskiene;Laszlo Bögre;Walter Glaser;Judit Balog.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1998)
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