Engelhorn J, Wellmer F and Carles CC
Profiling histone modifications in synchronized floral tissues for quantitative resolution of chromatin and transcriptome dynamics.
Methods in Molecular Biology, 2018, 1675: 271-296
Hugouvieux V, Silva CS, Jourdain A, Stigliani A, Charras Q, Conn V, Conn SJ, Carles CC, Parcy F and Zubieta C
Tetramerization of MADS family transcription factors SEPALLATA3 and AGAMOUS is required for floral meristem determinacy in Arabidopsis.
Nucleic Acids Research, 2018, 46(10): 4966-4977
Liebers M, Chevalier F, Blanvillain R and Pfannschmidt T
PAP genes are tissue- and cell-specific markers of chloroplast development.
Planta, 2018, 248(3): 629-46
Vachon G, Engelhorn J and Carles CC
Interactions between transcription factors and chromatin regulators in the control of flower development.
Journal of Experimental Botany, 2018, 69(10): 2461-2471
Yan W, Chen D, Smaczniak C, Engelhorn J, Liu H, Yang W, Graf A, Carles CC, Zhou DX, Kaufmann K
Dynamic and spatial restriction of Polycomb activity by plant histone demethylases.
Nature Plants, 2018, 4(9): 681-689
Denay G, Vachon G, Dumas R, Zubieta C and Parcy F
Plant SAM-domain proteins start to reveal their roles.
Trends in Plant Science, 2017, 22(8): 718-725
Engelhorn J, Blanvillain R, Kröner C, Parrinello H, Rohmer M, Posé D, Ott F, Schmid M and Carles CC
Dynamics of H3K4me3 chromatin marks prevails over H3K27me3 for gene regulation during flower morphogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Epigenomes, 2017, 1(2): 8
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Grübler B, Merendino L, Twardziok SO, Mininno M, Allorent G, Chevalier F, Liebers M, Blanvillain R, Mayer K, Lerbs-Mache S, Ravanel S and Pfannschmidt T
Light and plastid signals regulate different sets of genes in the albino mutant pap7-1.
Plant Physiology, 2017, 175(3): 1203-1219
Liebers M, Grübler B, Chevalier F, Lerbs-Mache S, Merendino L, Blanvillain R and Pfannschmidt T
Regulatory shifts in plastid transcription play a key role in morphological conversions of plastids during plant development.
Frontiers in Plant Science, 2017, 8: 23
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