Eleanore T. Wurtzel
Eleanore T. Wurtzel
Lehman College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
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Natural genetic variation in lycopene epsilon cyclase tapped for maize biofortification
CE Harjes, TR Rocheford, L Bai, TP Brutnell, CB Kandianis, SG Sowinski, ...
Science 319 (5861), 330-333, 2008
The maize phytoene synthase gene family: overlapping roles for carotenogenesis in endosperm, photomorphogenesis, and thermal stress tolerance
F Li, R Vallabhaneni, J Yu, T Rocheford, ET Wurtzel
Plant physiology 147 (3), 1334-1346, 2008
Mechanistic aspects of carotenoid biosynthesis
AR Moise, S Al-Babili, ET Wurtzel
Chemical reviews 114 (1), 164-193, 2014
PSY3, a New Member of the Phytoene Synthase Gene Family Conserved in the Poaceae and Regulator of Abiotic Stress-Induced Root Carotenogenesis
F Li, R Vallabhaneni, ET Wurtzel
Plant Physiology 146 (3), 1333-1345, 2008
Characterization of an immunoglobulin binding protein homolog in the maize floury-2 endosperm mutant.
EB Fontes, BB Shank, RL Wrobel, SP Moose, GR OBrian, ET Wurtzel, ...
The Plant Cell 3 (5), 483-496, 1991
QTL and candidate genes phytoene synthase and ζ-carotene desaturase associated with the accumulation of carotenoids in maize
JC Wong, RJ Lambert, ET Wurtzel, TR Rocheford
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108, 349-359, 2004
Isolation and Characterization of the Z-ISO Gene Encoding a Missing Component of Carotenoid Biosynthesis in Plants
Y Chen, F Li, ET Wurtzel
Plant physiology 153 (1), 66-79, 2010
Metabolic engineering of carotenoid accumulation in Escherichia coli by modulation of the isoprenoid precursor pool with expression of deoxyxylulose phosphate …
PD Matthews, ET Wurtzel
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 53, 396-400, 2000
Gene duplication in the carotenoid biosynthetic pathway preceded evolution of the grasses
CE Gallagher, PD Matthews, F Li, ET Wurtzel
Plant Physiology 135 (3), 1776-1783, 2004
Maize Y9 Encodes a Product Essential for 15-cis-ζ-Carotene Isomerization
F Li, C Murillo, ET Wurtzel
Plant physiology 144 (2), 1181-1189, 2007
Plant metabolism, the diverse chemistry set of the future
ET Wurtzel, TM Kutchan
Science 353 (6305), 1232-1236, 2016
The carotenoid biosynthetic pathway: thinking in all dimensions
M Shumskaya, ET Wurtzel
Plant Science 208, 58-63, 2013
Timing and biosynthetic potential for carotenoid accumulation in genetically diverse germplasm of maize
R Vallabhaneni, ET Wurtzel
Plant Physiology 150 (2), 562-572, 2009
Maize phytoene desaturase and ζ‐carotene desaturase catalyse a poly‐Z desaturation pathway: implications for genetic engineering of carotenoid content among cereal crops
PD Matthews, RB Luo, ET Wurtzel
Journal of Experimental Botany 54 (391), 2215-2230, 2003
A transcriptional analysis of carotenoid, chlorophyll and plastidial isoprenoid biosynthesis genes during development and osmotic stress responses in Arabidopsis thaliana
S Meier, O Tzfadia, R Vallabhaneni, C Gehring, ET Wurtzel
BMC Systems Biology 5, 1-19, 2011
The carotenoid dioxygenase gene family in maize, sorghum, and rice
R Vallabhaneni, LMT Bradbury, ET Wurtzel
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 504 (1), 104-111, 2010
Osmoregulation of gene expression. I. DNA sequence of the ompR gene of the ompB operon of Escherichia coli and characterization of its gene product.
ET Wurtzel, MY Chou, M Inouye
Journal of Biological Chemistry 257 (22), 13685-13691, 1982
Plastid localization of the key carotenoid enzyme phytoene synthase is altered by isozyme, allelic variation, and activity
M Shumskaya, LMT Bradbury, RR Monaco, ET Wurtzel
The Plant Cell 24 (9), 3725-3741, 2012
Metabolite Sorting of a Germplasm Collection Reveals the Hydroxylase3 Locus as a New Target for Maize Provitamin A Biofortification
R Vallabhaneni, CE Gallagher, N Licciardello, AJ Cuttriss, RF Quinlan, ...
Plant Physiology 151 (3), 1635-1645, 2009
Maize provitamin A carotenoids, current resources, and future metabolic engineering challenges
ET Wurtzel, A Cuttriss, R Vallabhaneni
Frontiers in Plant Science 3, 29, 2012
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