Steven A. Whitham mostly deals with Genetics, Gene, Regulation of gene expression, Gene expression profiling and Mutant. His study involves Arabidopsis, Sequence analysis, Gene silencing, Plasmid and Transgene, a branch of Genetics. His Arabidopsis study deals with Virus intersecting with Cell biology and Arabidopsis thaliana.
His Gene research includes themes of Tobacco etch virus, Plant virus and Virology. His studies in Plant virus integrate themes in fields like Plant disease resistance, Tobacco mosaic virus and Transposon tagging. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including RNA and Small RNA.
Steven A. Whitham mainly focuses on Genetics, Gene, Arabidopsis, Gene silencing and Gene expression. His work often combines Genetics and Phakopsora pachyrhizi studies. The various areas that Steven A. Whitham examines in his Gene study include Botany and Virology.
Steven A. Whitham combines subjects such as Tobacco etch virus, Arabidopsis thaliana, Signal transduction and Gene family with his study of Arabidopsis. He has researched Gene silencing in several fields, including Bean pod mottle virus, RNA silencing, Viral vector, Hypersensitive response and Cell biology. His studies deal with areas such as Tobacco mosaic virus and Agronomy as well as Plant virus.
His main research concerns Gene, Genetics, Arabidopsis, Effector and Sugarcane mosaic virus. His work in Gene tackles topics such as Cell biology which are related to areas like Hypersensitive response. His Genetics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Secretion.
His Arabidopsis research incorporates elements of Genetically modified crops and Genome editing, Cas9, CRISPR. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cleavage, Pseudomonas syringae and Protein kinase A in addition to Effector. His Sugarcane mosaic virus research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Genetically modified maize, Bacillus thuringiensis and Myzus persicae.
His primary areas of investigation include Arabidopsis, Gene silencing, Cell biology, Soybean mosaic virus and Genetics. His Arabidopsis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Transgene, Protein subunit, Microbiology, Bean pod mottle virus and Sclerotinia. His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gene expression, Guide RNA, Nicotiana benthamiana, Green fluorescent protein and Phytoene desaturase.
Phytoene desaturase is a subfield of Gene that he investigates. His biological study deals with issues like Potyviridae, which deal with fields such as Botany. His Arabidopsis thaliana, Plant disease resistance, Orphan gene, Bacteria and Mutant investigations are all subjects of Genetics research.
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The product of the tobacco mosaic virus resistance gene N: Similarity to toll and the interleukin-1 receptor
Steven A. Whitham;S.P. Dinesh-Kumar;Doil Choi;Reinhard Hehl;Reinhard Hehl.
Diverse RNA viruses elicit the expression of common sets of genes in susceptible Arabidopsis thaliana plants.
Steven A. Whitham;Sheng Quan;Hur-Song Chang;Bret Cooper.
Plant Journal (2003)
Loss-of-susceptibility mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana reveal an essential role for eIF(iso)4E during potyvirus infection.
Andrew D Lellis;Andrew D Lellis;Kristin D Kasschau;Kristin D Kasschau;Steven A Whitham;James C Carrington;James C Carrington.
Current Biology (2002)
A soybean cyst nematode resistance gene points to a new mechanism of plant resistance to pathogens
Shiming Liu;Pramod K. Kandoth;Samantha D. Warren;Greg Yeckel.
Assessment of transgenic maize events produced by particle bombardment or Agrobacterium-mediated transformation
Huixia Shou;Bronwyn R. Frame;Steven A. Whitham;Kan Wang.
Molecular Breeding (2004)
Global impact: elucidating plant responses to viral infection.
Steven A. Whitham;Chunling Yang;Michael M. Goodin.
Molecular Plant-microbe Interactions (2006)
Cloning of the Arabidopsis RTM1 gene, which controls restriction of long-distance movement of tobacco etch virus
Stephen T. Chisholm;Sunita K. Mahajan;Steven A. Whitham;Miki L. Yamamoto.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
Arabidopsis RTM2 gene is necessary for specific restriction of tobacco etch virus and encodes an unusual small heat shock-like protein.
Steven A. Whitham;Robert J. Anderberg;Stephen T. Chisholm;James C. Carrington.
The Plant Cell (2000)
The Conserved FRNK Box in HC-Pro, a Plant Viral Suppressor of Gene Silencing, Is Required for Small RNA Binding and Mediates Symptom Development
Yoel Moshe Shiboleth;Elina Haronsky;Diana Leibman;Tzahi Arazi.
Journal of Virology (2007)
Transcript Profiling in Host–Pathogen Interactions*
Roger P. Wise;Matthew J. Moscou;Adam J. Bogdanove;Steven A. Whitham.
Annual Review of Phytopathology (2007)
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