Rutgers University 李玉斌博士学术报告
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报告人:Rutgers University 李玉斌博士
时间:7月8号上午 10点
地点:北楼329报告厅
题目:A sequence-indexed single gene knockout resource for maize

李玉斌博士发表文章:
1. Li, Yubin; Harris, Linda; Dooner, Hugo K. TED, an autonomous and rare transposon of the Mutator superfamily with a high gametophytic excision frequency. Plant Cell, 2013, 25: 3251-3265.

2. Wenwei Xiong, Limei He, Yubin Li, Hugo K. Dooner, Chunguang Du. InsertionMapper: a pipeline tool for the identification of targeted sequences from multidimensional high throughput sequencing data. BMC Genomics, 2013, 14:679 (DOI: 10.1186/10.1186/1471-2164-14-679). 
 
3. Yubin Li, Jun Huang, Limei He, Qinghua Wang, Wenwei Xiong, Gregorio Segal, Charles Du and Hugo K. Dooner. A sequence-indexed single gene knockout resource for maize. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter vol 87 2013.
 
4. Li, Y., Segal, G., Wang, Q., and Dooner, H.K.
Gene tagging with engineered Ds elements in maize. In Methods in Molecular Biology: Plant Transposable Elements, T. A. Peterson (ed.). Humana Press Inc., New York 2013; 1057:83-99.   
 
5. Yubin Li, HK Dooner.
Helitron Proliferation and Gene-Fragment Capture. In Topics in Current Genetics vol. "Plant Transposable Elements - Impact on Genome Structure & Function", Marie-Angele Grandbastien & Josep Casacuberta Suner, ed; Series Editor: Stefan Hohmann. Springer Science, 2012; 24: 193-217.
 
6. Yubin Li, HK Dooner.
Excision of Helitron Transposons in Maize. Genetics. 2009 May; 182(1): 399-402 (Issue Highlights).
 
7. Roccaro Mario, Li Yubin, Sommer Hans, Saedler Heinz. ROSINA (RSI) is part of a CACTA transposable element, TamRSI, and links flower development to transposon activity. Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 2007 Sep. 278 (3): 243-254.
 
8. Roccaro Mario, Li Yubin, Masiero Simona, Saedler Heinz, Sommer Hans.
ROSINA (RSI), a novel protein with DNA-binding capacity, acts during floral organ development in Antirrhinum majus. Plant J. 2005 Jul; 43(2):238-50.
 
9. Lai J, Li Yubin, Messing J, Dooner HK.
Gene movement by Helitron transposons contributes to the haplotype variability of maize. PNAS. 2005 Jun 21; 102 (25):9068-73.