2016 journal article
Comparative structural and computational analysis supports eighteen cellulose synthases in the plant cellulose synthesis complex
Scientific Reports, 6.
By: B. Nixon, K. Mansouri, A. Singh, J. Du, J. Davis, J. Lee, E. Slabaugh, V. Vandavasi ...and 5 other authors, including 2 NC State authors, H. O'Neill, E. Roberts, A. Roberts, Y. Yingling & C. Haigler
Prediction of the structures of the plant-specific regions of vascular plant cellulose synthases and correlated functional analysis
Cellulose, 23(1), 145–161.
By: L. Sethaphong, J. Davis, E. Slabaugh, A. Singh, C. Haigler & Y. Yingling
The valine and lysine residues in the conserved FxVTxK motif are important for the function of phylogenetically distant plant cellulose synthases
Glycobiology, 26(5), 509–519.
By: E. Slabaugh, T. Scavuzzo-Duggan, A. Chaves, L. Wilson, C. Wilson, J. Davis, D. Cosgrove, C. Anderson, A. Roberts, C. Haigler
Cellulose synthases: new insights from crystallography and modeling
[Review of ]. Trends in Plant Science, 19(2), 99–106.
By: E. Slabaugh, J. Davis, C. Haigler, Y. Yingling & J. Zimmer
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