Andrei Smertenko
Andrei Smertenko
Assistant Professor, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Washington State University
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Morphological classification of plant cell deaths
WG van Doorn, EP Beers, JL Dangl, VE Franklin-Tong, P Gallois, ...
Cell Death & Differentiation 18 (8), 1241-1246, 2011
Characterization of Bacillus species used for oral bacteriotherapy and bacterioprophylaxis of gastrointestinal disorders
NT Hoa, L Baccigalupi, A Huxham, A Smertenko, PH Van, S Ammendola, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66 (12), 5241-5247, 2000
Cysteine protease mcII-Pa executes programmed cell death during plant embryogenesis
PV Bozhkov, MF Suarez, LH Filonova, G Daniel, AA Zamyatnin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (40), 14463-14468, 2005
Metacaspase-dependent programmed cell death is essential for plant embryogenesis
MF Suarez, LH Filonova, A Smertenko, EI Savenkov, DH Clapham, ...
Current Biology 14 (9), R339-R340, 2004
MOR1/GEM1 has an essential role in the plant-specific cytokinetic phragmoplast
D Twell, SK Park, TJ Hawkins, D Schubert, R Schmidt, A Smertenko, ...
Nature cell biology 4 (9), 711-714, 2002
Tudor staphylococcal nuclease is an evolutionarily conserved component of the programmed cell death degradome
JF Sundström, A Vaculova, AP Smertenko, EI Savenkov, A Golovko, ...
Nature Cell Biology 11 (11), 1347-1354, 2009
The Arabidopsis microtubule-associated protein AtMAP65-1: Molecular analysis of its microtubule bundling activity
AP Smertenko, HY Chang, V Wagner, D Kaloriti, S Fenyk, S Sonobe, ...
The Plant Cell 16 (8), 2035-2047, 2004
A novel role for the nuclear membrane protein emerin in association of the centrosome to the outer nuclear membrane
G Salpingidou, A Smertenko, I Hausmanowa-Petrucewicz, PJ Hussey, ...
The Journal of Cell Biology 178 (6), 897-904, 2007
VEIDase is a principal caspase-like activity involved in plant programmed cell death and essential for embryonic pattern formation
PV Bozhkov, LH Filonova, MF Suarez, A Helmersson, AP Smertenko, ...
Cell Death & Differentiation 11 (2), 175-182, 2004
Regulation of the pollen-specific actin-depolymerizing factor LlADF1
EG Allwood, RG Anthony, AP Smertenko, S Reichelt, BK Drobak, ...
The Plant Cell 14 (11), 2915-2927, 2002
The plant microtubule-associated protein AtMAP65-3/PLE is essential for cytokinetic phragmoplast function
S Müller, A Smertenko, V Wagner, M Heinrich, PJ Hussey, MT Hauser
Current Biology 14 (5), 412-417, 2004
A new class of microtubule-associated proteins in plants
A Smertenko, N Saleh, H Igarashi, H Mori, I Hauser-Hahn, CJ Jiang, ...
Nature Cell Biology 2 (10), 750-753, 2000
The plant cytoskeleton: recent advances in the study of the plant microtubule-associated proteins MAP-65, MAP-190 and the Xenopus MAP215-like protein, MOR1
PJ Hussey, TJ Hawkins, H Igarashi, D Kaloriti, A Smertenko
Plant Molecular Biology 50 (6), 915-924, 2002
Ser6 in the maize actin‐depolymerizing factor, ZmADF3, is phosphorylated by a calcium‐stimulated protein kinase and is essential for the control of functional activity
AP Smertenko, CJ Jiang, NJ Simmons, AG Weeds, DR Davies, PJ Hussey
The Plant Journal 14 (2), 187-193, 1998
Re‐organisation of the cytoskeleton during developmental programmed cell death in Picea abies embryos
AP Smertenko, PV Bozhkov, LH Filonova, S von Arnold, PJ Hussey
The Plant Journal 33 (5), 813-824, 2003
Somatic embryogenesis: life and death processes during apical–basal patterning
A Smertenko, PV Bozhkov
Journal of Experimental Botany 65, 1343-1360, 2014
Control of the AtMAP65-1 interaction with microtubules through the cell cycle
AP Smertenko, HY Chang, S Sonobe, SI Fenyk, M Weingartner, L Bögre, ...
Journal of Cell Science 119 (15), 3227-3237, 2006
Autophagy and metacaspase determine the mode of cell death in plants
EA Minina, LH Filonova, K Fukada, EI Savenkov, V Gogvadze, ...
The Journal of Cell Biology 203 (6), 917-927, 2013
Phosphorylation of plant actin‐depolymerising factor by calmodulin‐like domain protein kinase
EG Allwood, AP Smertenko, PJ Hussey
FEBS Letters 499 (1-2), 97-100, 2001
The plant formin AtFH4 interacts with both actin and microtubules, and contains a newly identified microtubule-binding domain
MJ Deeks, M Fendrych, A Smertenko, KS Bell, K Oparka, F Cvrčková, ...
Journal of Cell Science 123 (8), 1209-1215, 2010
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