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- Tang, Y., Huang, A., and Gu, Y. (2020). Global profiling of plant nuclear membrane proteome in Arabidopsis. Nature Plants 6: 838-847 (Highlighted by Nature Plants News & Views and recommended by F1000Prime - Faculty Opinions)
- Huang, A., Tang, Y., Shi, X., Jia, M., Zhu, J., Yan, X., Chen, H., and Gu, Y. (2020). Proximity labeling proteomics reveals critical regulators for inner nuclear membrane protein degradation in plants. Nature Communications 11: 3284.
- Gu, Y. (2018). The nuclear pore complex: a strategic platform for regulating cell signaling. New Phytologist 219: 25-30. (Tansley Insight by Tansley Medal Finalist 2017)
- Gu, Y., Zavaliev R. and Dong X. (2017). Membrane trafficking in plant immunity. Molecular Plant 10: 1026-1034.
- Gu, Y., Zebell, S., Liang, Z., Wang, S., Kang, B. and Dong, X. (2016). Nuclear pore permeabilization is a convergent signaling event in effector-triggered immunity. Cell 166: 1526-1538.
- Liu, L., Sonbol, FM., Huot, B., Gu, Y., Withers, J., Mwimba, M., Yao, J., He, S.Y. and Dong, X. (2016). Salicylic acid receptors activate jasmonic acid signaling through a noncanonical pathway to promote effector-triggered immunity. Nature Communications 7: 13099.
- Gu, Y. and Dong X. (2015). Stromules: signal conduits for plant immunity. Developmental Cell 34: 3-4.
- Wang, S.*, Gu, Y.*, Zebell, S.*, Anderson, L.K., Wang, W., Mohan, R., and Dong, X. (2014). A noncanonical role for the CKI-RB-E2F cell-cycle signaling pathway in plant effector-triggered immunity. Cell Host-Microbe 16: 787-794.
- Serrano, I.*, Gu, Y.*, Qi, D., Dubiella, U. and Innes, R.W. (2014). The Arabidopsis EDR1 protein kinase negatively regulates the ATL1 E3 ubiquitin ligase to suppress cell death. The Plant Cell 26: 4532-4546.
- Gu, Y. and Innes, R.W. (2012). The Keep On Going (KEG) protein of Arabidopsis regulates intracellular protein trafficking and is degraded during fungal infection. The Plant Cell 24: 4717-4730.
- Gu, Y. and Innes, R.W. (2011). The Keep On Going (KEG) protein of Arabidopsis physically interacts with the Enhanced Disease Resistance 1 (EDR1) protein and recruits it to early endosomes. Plant Physiology 115: 1827-1838.
The Gu lab studies how plants regulate immune and stress responses at the nuclear boundary. We have emphasized on investigating the functional importance of nuclear transmembrane proteins in immune/stress signal perception, transduction, and execution. We also explore the specialization of different nuclear transport receptors in mediating nuclear shuttling of signaling cargos under various environmental conditions and its significance in determining stress responses in plant cells.
PMB135 - Physiology and Biochemistry of Plants
UGIS192 - Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies