Publications

Selected Publications

1. Hit-and-Run leaves its mark: Catalyst transcription factors and chromatin modification. K Varala, Y Li, A Marshall-Colón, A Para, GM Coruzzi. BioEssays 2015; 37:851.

2. Comparative Phylogenomics Uncovers the Impact of Symbiotic Associations on Host Genome Evolution. PM Delaux, K Varala, PP Edger, GM Coruzzi, JC Pires, JM Ané. PLoS genetics 10 (7), e1004487.

3. Hit-and-run transcriptional control by bZIP1 mediates rapid nutrient signaling in Arabidopsis. A Para, Y Li, A Marshall-Colón, K Varala, NJ Francoeur, TM Moran,MB Edwards, C Hackley, BOR Bargmann, KD Birnbaum,WR McCombie, G Krouk, GM Coruzzi. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (28), 10371-10376.

4. Divergent patterns of endogenous small RNA populations from seed and vegetative tissues of Glycine max. G Zabala, E Campos, K Varala, S Bloomfield, SI Jones, H Win, JH Tuteja, B Calla, SJ Clough, ME Hudson, LO Vodkin. BMC Plant Biology 12 (1), 177.

5. Repeat associated small RNAs vary among parents and following hybridization in maize. WT Barber, W Zhang, H Win, K Varala, JE Dorweiler, ME Hudson, SP Moose. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (26), 10444-10449.

6. Rapid Genotyping of Soybean Cultivars Using High Throughput Sequencing. K Varala, K Swaminathan, Y Li, ME Hudson. PloS one 6 (9), e24811.

7. A fluorescence in situ hybridization system for karyotyping soybean. SD Findley, S Cannon, K Varala, J Du, J Ma, ME Hudson, JA Birchler, G Stacey. Genetics 185 (3), 727-744.

8. Endogenous, tissue-specific short interfering RNAs silence the chalcone synthase gene family in Glycine max seed coats. JH Tuteja, G Zabala, K Varala, ME Hudson, LO Vodkin. The Plant Cell 21 (10), 3063-3077.

9. Wasp gene expression supports an evolutionary link between maternal behavior and eusociality. AL Toth, K Varala, TC Newman, FE Miguez, SK Hutchison, DA Willoughby, JF Simons, M Egholm, JH Hunt, ME Hudson, GE Robinson. Science 318 (5849), 441-444

10. Global repeat discovery and estimation of genomic copy number in a large, complex genome using a high-throughput 454 sequence survey. K Swaminathan, K Varala, ME Hudson. BMC genomics 8 (1), 132.

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