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2017
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Shin, J.; Sánchez-Villarreal, A.; Davis, A. M.; Du, S. X.; Berendzen, K. W.; Koncz, C.; Ding, Z.; Li, C.; Davis, S. J.: The metabolic sensor AKIN10 modulates the Arabidopsis circadian clock in a light-dependent manner. Plant, Cell and Environment 40, pp. 997 - 1008 (2017)
2013
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Sánchez Villarreal, A.; Shin, J.; Bujdoso, N.; Obata, T.; Neumann, U.; Du, S.; Ding, Z.; Davis, A. M.; Shindo, T.; Schmelzer, E. et al.; Sulpice, R.; Nunes-Nesi, A.; Stitt, M.; Fernie, A. R.; Davis, S. J.: TIME FOR COFFEE is an essential component in the maintenance of metabolic homeostasis in Arabidopsis thaliana. The Plant Journal 76 (2), pp. 188 - 200 (2013)
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Shin, J.; Anwer, M. U.; Davis, S. J.: Phytochrome-Interacting Factors (PIFs) as Bridges between Environmental Signals and the Circadian Clock: Diurnal Regulation of Growth and Development. MOLECULAR PLANT 6 (3), pp. 592 - 595 (2013)
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Shin, J.; Du, S.; Bujdoso, N.; Hu, Y.; Davis, S. J.: Overexpression and Loss-of-function at TIME FOR COFFEE Results in Similar Phenotypes in Diverse Growth and Physiological Responses. JOURNAL OF PLANT BIOLOGY 56 (3), pp. 152 - 159 (2013)
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Staiger, D.; Shin, J.; Johansson, M.; Davis, S. J.: The circadian clock goes genomic. GENOME BIOLOGY 14 (6), 208 (2013)
2012
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Shin, J.; Heidrich, K.; Sánchez Villarreal, A.; Parker, J. E.; Davis, S. J.: TIME FOR COFFEE Represses Accumulation of the MYC2 Transcription Factor to Provide Time-of-Day Regulation of Jasmonate Signaling in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 24 (6), 10.1105/tpc.111.095430. , pp. 2470 - 2482 (2012)
2010
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Shin, J.; Davis, S. J.: Recent advances in computational modeling as a conduit to understand the plant circadian clock. F1000 Biology Reports 2, 10.3410/B2-49., p. 49 (2010)
2007
Journal Article
Bird, D.; Beisson, F.; Brigham, A.; Shin, J.; Greer, S.; Jetter, R.; Kunst, L.; Wu, X. W.; Yephremov, A.; Samuels, L.: Characterization of Arabidopsis ABCG11/WBC11, an ATP binding cassette (ABC) transporter that is required for cuticular lipid secretion. Plant Journal 52 (3), pp. 485 - 498 (2007)
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