dhr. dr. ir. M.A.C.J. (Mark) Kwaaitaal


  • Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica
    SILS
  • Bezoekadres
    Science Park A
    Science Park 904  Amsterdam
  • Postadres:
    Postbus  94215
    1090 GE  Amsterdam
  • M.A.C.J.Kwaaitaal@uva.nl

1. Kuhn H, Kwaaitaal M, Kusch S, Acevedo-Garcia J, Wu H, Panstruga R. (2016) Biotrophy at Its Best: Novel Findings and Unsolved Mysteries of the Arabidopsis-Powdery Mildew Pathosystem. Arabidopsis Book. 2016 Jun 30;14:e0184 

2. Ahmed A.A., Pedersen C., Schultz-Larsen T., Kwaaitaal M., Jørgensen H.J., Thordal-Christensen H. (2015) The barley powdery mildew candidate secreted effector protein CSEP0105 inhibits the chaperone activity of a small heat shock protein. Plant Physiology. 168(1):321-333

3. Maintz J., Cavdar M., Tamborski J., Kwaaitaal M., Huisman R., Meesters C., Kombrink E., Panstruga R. (2014) Comparitive analysis of MAMP-induced calcium influx in Arabidopsis seedlings and protoplasts. Plant Cell Physiol. 55(10): 1813-1825

4. Schmidt S.M., Kuhn H., Micali M., Liller C., Kwaaitaal M., Panstruga R. (2013) Interaction of a Blumeria graminis f.sp. hordei effector candidate with a barley ARF-GAP suggests host vesicle trafficking is a fungal pathogenicity target. Molecular Plant Pathology. 15(6):535-49 

5. Pinosa F., Buhot N., Kwaaitaal M., Fahlberg P., Thordal-Christensen H., Ellerström M. and Andersson M.X. (2013). Arabidopsis phospholipase Dδ is involved in basal defense and non-host reistance to powdery mildew fungi. Plant Physiology. 163 (2): 896-906 (IF. 7.0)

6. Zhang W-J., Hanisch S., Kwaaitaal M., Pedersen C. and Thordal-Christensen H. (2013) A component of the Sec61 ER protein transporting pore is required for plant susceptibility to powdery mildew. Frontiers in Plant Science. 4: 127

7. Yun H-S., Kwaaitaal M., Kato N., Yi C., Park S., Sato M-H., Schulze-Lefert P., and Kwon C. (2013) Requirement of vesicle-associated membrane protein 721 and 722 for sustained growth during immune responses in Arabidopsis. Molecules and Cells. 35(6): 481-488

8. Kwaaitaal M., Maintz J., Panstruga R. (2012) On the ligand binding profile and desensitization of plant ionotropic glutamate receptor (iGluR)-like channels functioning in MAMP-triggered Ca2+ influx. Plant Signalling and Behaviour. 7(11): 1373-1377  

9. Zhang W-J., Pedersen C., Kwaaitaal M., Gregersen PL., Mørch SM., Hanisch S., Kristensen A., Fuglsang AT., Collinge D.B. and Thordal-Christensen H. (2012). Interaction of barley powdery mildew effector candidate CSEP0055 with the defence protein PR17c. Molecular Plant Pathology. 13(9): 1110-1119

10. Frei dit Frey N., Mbrengue M., Kwaaitaal M., Nitsch L., Altenbach D., Häweker H., Lozana-Duran R., Laurent S., Njo M.F., Beeckman T., Hüttel B., Borst J-W., Panstruga R., and Robatzek S. (2012) A plasma membrane calcium ATPase functions in FLS2-mediated immunity. Plant Physiology 159: 798-809

11. Kwaaitaal M., Huisman R., Maintz J., Reinstädler A., Panstruga R. (2011) Ionotropic Glutamate Receptor (iGluR)-like Channels mediate MAMP-induced calcium influx in Arabidopsis. Biophysical Journal Plant 440: 355-365. (IF. 5.1). (Most-cited paper in the Biochemical Journal Plant. Thomson Reuters  Journal Citation reports 2013)

12. Kwaaitaal M., Keinath N.F., Pajonk S., Biskup C., Panstruga R. (2010). Combined bimolecular fluorescence complementation and förster resonance energy transfer reveals ternary SNARE complex formation in living plant cells. Plant Physiology 152: 1135-47.

13. Chen Z., Noir S., Kwaaitaal M., Hartmann H.A., Wu M.J., Mudgil Y., Sukumar P., Muday G., Panstruga R., Jones A.M. (2009). Two seven-transmembrane domain MILDEW RESISTANCE LOCUS O proteins cofunction in Arabidopsis root thigmomorphogenesis. Plant Cell 21: 1972-1991.

14. Karlova R, Boeren S, van Dongen W, Kwaaitaal M., Aker J, Vervoort J, de Vries S.C. (2009). Identification of in vitro phosphorylation sites in the Arabidopsis thaliana somatic embryogenesis receptor-like kinases. Proteomics 9: 368-379.

15. Albrecht C, Russinova E, Kemmerling B, Kwaaitaal M., de Vries S.C. (2008). Arabidopsis SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS RECEPTOR KINASE proteins serve brassinosteroid-dependent and -independent signaling pathways. Plant Physiology 148: 611-619

16. Kwon C, Neu C, Pajonk S, Yun HS, Lipka U, Humphry M, Bau S, Straus M, Kwaaitaal M, Rampelt H, El Kasmi F, Jürgens G, Parker J, Panstruga R, Lipka V, Schulze-Lefert P. (2008). Co-option of a default secretory pathway for plant immune responses. Nature 451: 835-840

17. Kwaaitaal M.A., de Vries S.C. (2007). The SERK1 gene is expressed in procambium and immature vascular cells. Journal of Experimental Botany. 58: 2887-2896

18. Kwaaitaal M.A.C.J., de Vries S.C., Russinova E. (2005). Arabidopsis thaliana Somatic Embryogenesis Receptor Kinase 1 protein is present in sporophytic and gametophytic cells and undergoes endocytosis. Protoplasma 226: 55-65

19. Russinova E., Borst J-W, Kwaaitaal M.A.C.J., Yin Y , Caño-Delgado A., Chory J., and de Vries S.C. (2004). Heterodimerization and endocytosis of Arabidopsis brassinosteroid receptors BRI1 and AtSERK3 (BAK1). Plant Cell 16: 3216-3229

20. Vroemen C.W., Mordhorst A.P., Albrecht C. A., Kwaaitaal M.A.C.J., de Vries S.C. (2003). The CUP-SHAPED COTYLEDON3 gene is required for boundary and shoot meristem formation in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 15: 1563-1577

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