Edward Elliston Farmer

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Jasmonates: what ALLENE OXIDE SYNTHASE does for plants.
Farmer E.E., Goossens A., 2019/07/05. Journal of experimental botany, 70 (13) pp. 3373-3378. Peer-reviewed.
[DOI] [Pmid] [serval:BIB_08CB08FB8070]
 
Single-cell damage elicits regional, nematode-restricting ethylene responses in roots.
Marhavý P., Kurenda A., Siddique S., Dénervaud Tendon V., Zhou F., Holbein J., Hasan M.S., Grundler F.M., Farmer E.E., Geldner N., 2019. The EMBO Journal, 38 (10). Peer-reviewed.
Identification of cell populations necessary for leaf-to-leaf electrical signaling in a wounded plant.
Nguyen C.T., Kurenda A., Stolz S., Chételat A., Farmer E.E., 2018/10/02. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115 (40) pp. 10178-10183. Peer-reviewed.
Emerging Jasmonate Transporters.
Nguyen C.T., Martinoia E., Farmer E.E., 2017/05/01. Molecular plant, 10 (5) pp. 659-661. Peer-reviewed.
 
Control of basal jasmonate signalling and defence through modulation of intracellular cation flux capacity.
Lenglet A., Jaślan D., Toyota M., Mueller M., Müller T., Schönknecht G., Marten I., Gilroy S., Hedrich R., Farmer E.E., 2017. The New Phytologist, 216 (4) pp. 1161-1169. Peer-reviewed.
 
Mimicry in plants.
Pannell J.R., Farmer E.E., 2016/09/12. Current biology, 26 (17) pp. R784-5. Peer-reviewed.
 
Membranes as Structural Antioxidants: RECYCLING OF MALONDIALDEHYDE TO ITS SOURCE IN OXIDATION-SENSITIVE CHLOROPLAST FATTY ACIDS.
Schmid-Siegert E., Stepushenko O., Glauser G., Farmer E.E., 2016/06/17. The Journal of biological chemistry, 291 (25) pp. 13005-13013. Peer-reviewed.
Paired Hierarchical Organization of 13-Lipoxygenases in Arabidopsis.
Chauvin A., Lenglet A., Wolfender J.L., Farmer E.E., 2016. Plants, 5 (2) p. 16. Peer-reviewed.
A fluorescent hormone biosensor reveals the dynamics of jasmonate signalling in plants.
Larrieu A., Champion A., Legrand J., Lavenus J., Mast D., Brunoud G., Oh J., Guyomarc'h S., Pizot M., Farmer E.E. et al., 2015. Nature Communications, 6 p. 6043. Peer-reviewed.
Multilayered Organization of Jasmonate Signalling in the Regulation of Root Growth.
Gasperini D., Chételat A., Acosta I.F., Goossens J., Pauwels L., Goossens A., Dreos R., Alfonso E., Farmer E.E., 2015. Plos Genetics, 11 (6) pp. e1005300.
Measuring surface potential changes on leaves.
Mousavi S.A., Nguyen C.T., Farmer E.E., Kellenberger S., 2014. Nature Protocols, 9 (8) pp. 1997-2004. Peer-reviewed.
 
Real-time, in vivo intracellular recordings of caterpillar-induced depolarization waves in sieve elements using aphid electrodes.
Salvador-Recatalà V., Tjallingii W.F., Farmer E.E., 2014. New Phytologist, 203 (2) pp. 674-684.
 
The squeeze cell hypothesis for the activation of jasmonate synthesis in response to wounding
Farmer E.E., Gasperini D., Acosta I.F., 2014. New Phytologist, 204 (2) pp. 282-288.
 
Four 13-lipoxygenases contribute to rapid jasmonate synthesis in wounded Arabidopsis thaliana leaves: a role for lipoxygenase 6 in responses to long-distance wound signals.
Chauvin A., Caldelari D., Wolfender J.L., Farmer E.E., 2013. New Phytologist, 197 (2) pp. 566-575.
GLUTAMATE RECEPTOR-LIKE genes mediate leaf-to-leaf wound signalling.
Mousavi S.A., Chauvin A., Pascaud F., Kellenberger S., Farmer E.E., 2013. Nature, 500 (7463) pp. 422-426. Peer-reviewed.
 
On the cellular site of two-pore channel TPC1 action in the Poaceae.
Dadacz-Narloch B., Kimura S., Kurusu T., Farmer E.E., Becker D., Kuchitsu K., Hedrich R., 2013. New Phytologist, 200 (3) pp. 663-674.
 
Role of NINJA in root jasmonate signaling.
Acosta I.F., Gasperini D., Chételat A., Stolz S., Santuari L., Farmer E.E., 2013. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110 (38) pp. 15473-15478.
 
ROS-mediated lipid peroxidation and RES-activated signaling.
Farmer E.E., Mueller M.J., 2013. Annual Review of Plant Biology, 64 pp. 429-450. Peer-reviewed.
A regulatory network for coordinated flower maturation.
Reeves P.H., Ellis C.M., Ploense S.E., Wu M.F., Yadav V., Tholl D., Chételat A., Haupt I., Kennerley B.J., Hodgens C. et al., 2012. PLoS Genetics, 8 (2) pp. e1002506.
Effects of fou8/fry1 mutation on sulfur metabolism: is decreased internal sulfate the trigger of sulfate starvation response?
Lee B.R., Huseby S., Koprivova A., Chételat A., Wirtz M., Mugford S.T., Navid E., Brearley C., Saha S., Mithen R. et al., 2012. PLoS One, 7 (6) pp. e39425.
 
Inducible malondialdehyde pools in zones of cell proliferation and developing tissues in Arabidopsis.
Schmid-Siegert E., Loscos J., Farmer E.E., 2012. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 287 (12) pp. 8954-8962.
 
Plants and tortoises: mutations in the Arabidopsis jasmonate pathway increase feeding in a vertebrate herbivore.
Mafli A., Goudet J., Farmer E.E., 2012. Molecular Ecology, 21 (10) pp. 2534-2541.
 
Arabidopsis lox3 lox4 double mutants are male sterile and defective in global proliferative arrest.
Caldelari D., Wang G., Farmer E.E., Dong X., 2011. Plant Molecular Biology, 75 (1-2) pp. 25-33.
 
Jasmonate controls polypeptide patterning in undamaged tissue in wounded Arabidopsis leaves.
Gfeller A., Baerenfaller K., Loscos J., Chételat A., Baginsky S., Farmer E.E., 2011. Plant Physiology, 156 (4) pp. 1797-1807.
Analysis of secondary growth in the Arabidopsis shoot reveals a positive role of jasmonate signalling in cambium formation.
Sehr E.M., Agusti J., Lehner R., Farmer E.E., Schwarz M., Greb T., 2010. Plant Journal, 63 (5) pp. 811-822.
 
Arabidopsis jasmonate signaling pathway.
Gfeller A., Liechti R., Farmer E.E., 2010. Science Signaling, 3 (109) pp. cm4.
 
Chloroplastic phosphoadenosine phosphosulfate metabolism regulates basal levels of the prohormone jasmonic acid in Arabidopsis leaves.
Rodríguez V.M., Chételat A., Majcherczyk P., Farmer E.E., 2010. Plant Physiology, 152 (3) pp. 1335-1345. Peer-reviewed.
 
Guard cell-specific calcium sensitivity of high density and activity SV/TPC1 channels.
Rienmüller F., Beyhl D., Lautner S., Fromm J., Al-Rasheid K.A., Ache P., Farmer E.E., Marten I., Hedrich R., 2010. Plant and Cell Physiology, 51 (9) pp. 1548-1554.
 
Jasmonate biochemical pathway.
Gfeller A., Dubugnon L., Liechti R., Farmer E.E., 2010. Science Signaling, 3 (109) pp. cm3. Peer-reviewed.
 
Jasmonates.
Acosta I.F., Farmer E.E., 2010. Arabidopsis Book, 8 pp. e0129.
 
Detritivorous crustaceans become herbivores on jasmonate-deficient plants.
Farmer E.E., Dubugnon L., 2009. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106 (3) pp. 935-940. Peer-reviewed.
 
Nonenzymatic oxidation of trienoic fatty acids contributes to reactive oxygen species management in Arabidopsis.
Mène-Saffrané L., Dubugnon L., Chételat A., Stolz S., Gouhier-Darimont C., Farmer E.E., 2009. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 284 (3) pp. 1702-1708. Peer-reviewed.
 
Remorin, a solanaceae protein resident in membrane rafts and plasmodesmata, impairs potato virus X movement.
Raffaele S., Bayer E., Lafarge D., Cluzet S., German Retana S., Boubekeur T., Leborgne-Castel N., Carde J.P., Lherminier J., Noirot E. et al., 2009. The Plant cell, 21 (5) pp. 1541-1555. Peer-reviewed.
 
The fou2 mutation in the major vacuolar cation channel TPC1 confers tolerance to inhibitory luminal calcium.
Beyhl D., Hörtensteiner S., Martinoia E., Farmer E.E., Fromm J., Marten I., Hedrich R., 2009. The Plant journal, 58 (5) pp. 715-723. Peer-reviewed.
 
Velocity estimates for signal propagation leading to systemic jasmonic acid accumulation in wounded Arabidopsis.
Glauser G., Dubugnon L., Mousavi S.A., Rudaz S., Wolfender J.L., Farmer E.E., 2009. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 284 (50) pp. 34506-34513. Peer-reviewed.
Control of jasmonate biosynthesis and senescence by miR319 targets.
Schommer C., Palatnik J.F., Aggarwal P., Chételat A., Cubas P., Farmer E.E., Nath U., Weigel D., 2008. PLoS Biology, 6 (9) pp. e230. Peer-reviewed.
 
Induction of the Arabidopsis PHO1;H10 gene by 12-oxo-phytodienoic acid but not jasmonic acid via a CORONATINE INSENSITIVE1-dependent pathway
Ribot C., Zimmerli C., Farmer E. E., Reymond P., Poirier Y., 2008. Plant Physiology, 147 (2) pp. 696-706. Peer-reviewed.
 
Obituary: Clarence A. "Bud" Ryan (1931-2007)
Farmer E. E., Howe G. A., Pearce G., Schaller A., 2008. Phytochemistry, 69 (7) pp. 1454-1456. Peer-reviewed.
 
Screening for wound-induced oxylipins in Arabidopsis thaliana by differential HPLC-APCI/MS profiling of crude leaf extracts and subsequent characterisation by capillary-scale NMR
Thiocone A., Farmer E. E., Wolfender J. L., 2008. Phytochemical Analysis, 19 (3) pp. 198-205. Peer-reviewed.
 
Spatial and temporal dynamics of jasmonate synthesis and accumulation in Arabidopsis in response to wounding.
Glauser G., Grata E., Dubugnon L., Rudaz S., Farmer E.E., Wolfender J.L., 2008. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 283 (24) pp. 16400-16407. Peer-reviewed.
 
UPLC-TOF-MS for plant metabolomics: a sequential approach for wound marker analysis in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Grata E., Boccard J., Guillarme D., Glauser G., Carrupt P.A., Farmer E.E., Wolfender J.L., Rudaz S., 2008. Journal of Chromatography. B, Analytical Technologies In the Biomedical and Life Sciences, 871 (2) pp. 261-270.
 
A downstream mediator in the growth repression limb of the jasmonate pathway.
Yan Y., Stolz S., Chételat A., Reymond P., Pagni M., Dubugnon L., Farmer E.E., 2007. Plant Cell, 19 (8) pp. 2470-2483.
 
A gain-of-function allele of TPC1 activates oxylipin biogenesis after leaf wounding in Arabidopsis.
Bonaventure G., Gfeller A., Proebsting W.M., Hörtensteiner S., Chételat A., Martinoia E., Farmer E.E., 2007. Plant Journal, 49 (5) pp. 889-898.
 
Development of a two-step screening ESI-TOF-MS method for rapid determination of significant stress-induced metabolome modifications in plant leaf extracts: the wound response in Arabidopsis thaliana as a case study.
Grata E., Boccard J., Glauser G., Carrupt P.A., Farmer E.E., Wolfender J.L., Rudaz S., 2007. Journal of Separation Science, 30 (14) pp. 2268-2278.
 
Genetic removal of tri-unsaturated fatty acids suppresses developmental and molecular phenotypes of an Arabidopsis tocopherol-deficient mutant. Whole-body mapping of malondialdehyde pools in a complex eukaryote.
Mène-Saffrané L., Davoine C., Stolz S., Majcherczyk P., Farmer E.E., 2007. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 282 (49) pp. 35749-35756.
 
Plant biology: jasmonate perception machines.
Farmer E.E., 2007. Nature, 448 (7154) pp. 659-660.
 
Reactive electrophile species.
Farmer E.E., Davoine C., 2007. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 10 (4) pp. 380-386.
 
The fou2 gain-of-function allele and the wild-type allele of Two Pore Channel 1 contribute to different extents or by different mechanisms to defense gene expression in Arabidopsis.
Bonaventure G., Gfeller A., Rodríguez V.M., Armand F., Farmer E.E., 2007. Plant and Cell Physiology, 48 (12) pp. 1775-1789.
 
Ablation of caterpillar labial salivary glands: technique for determining the role of saliva in insect-plant interactions.
Musser R.O., Farmer E., Peiffer M., Williams S.A., Felton G.W., 2006. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 32 (5) pp. 981-992.
 
Arabidopsis jasmonate signaling pathway.
Gfeller A., Liechti R., Farmer E.E., 2006. Science's STKE, 2006 (322) pp. cm1.
 
Jasmonate biochemical pathway.
Liechti R., Farmer E.E., 2006. Science's STKE, 2006 (322) pp. cm3.
 
Jasmonate signaling pathway.
Liechti R., Gfeller A., Farmer E.E., 2006. Science's STKE, 2006 (322) pp. cm2.
 
Nonenzymatic lipid peroxidation reprograms gene expression and activates defense markers in Arabidopsis tocopherol-deficient mutants.
Sattler S.E., Mène-Saffrané L., Farmer E.E., Krischke M., Mueller M.J., DellaPenna D., 2006. Plant Cell, 18 (12) pp. 3706-3720.
 
Oxylipin analysis methods.
Mueller M.J., Mène-Saffrané L., Grun C., Karg K., Farmer E.E., 2006. Plant Journal, 45 (4) pp. 472-489.
 
Reactive electrophile species as signals in biotic and abiotic stress
Mene-Saffrane L., Farmer E. E., 2006., 231st National Meeting of the American-Chemical-Society Atlanta, GA, MAR 26-30, 2006 Amer Chem Soc dans Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, American-Chemical-Society.
 
Auxin response factors ARF6 and ARF8 promote jasmonic acid production and flower maturation.
Nagpal P., Ellis C.M., Weber H., Ploense S.E., Barkawi L.S., Guilfoyle T.J., Hagen G., Alonso J.M., Cohen J.D., Farmer E.E. et al., 2005. Development, 132 (18) pp. 4107-4118.
 
Biotic interactions: from molecular networks to interorganismal communities
Farmer E.E., Schultze-Lefert P., 2005. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 8 (4) pp. 343-345. Peer-reviewed.
 
Rapid and selective surveillance of Arabidopsis thaliana genome annotations with Centrifuge.
Armand F., Bucher P., Jongeneel C.V., Farmer E.E., 2005. Bioinformatics, 21 (12) pp. 2906-2908. Peer-reviewed.
 
A conserved transcript pattern in response to a specialist and a generalist herbivore.
Reymond P., Bodenhausen N., Van Poecke R.M., Krishnamurthy V., Dicke M., Farmer E.E., 2004. Plant Cell, 16 (11) pp. 3132-3147.
 
Keeping the leaves green above us.
Gfeller A., Farmer E.E., 2004. Science, 306 (5701) pp. 1515-1516.
 
Remorins form a novel family of coiled coil-forming oligomeric and filamentous proteins associated with apical, vascular and embryonic tissues in plants.
Bariola P.A., Retelska D., Stasiak A., Kammerer R.A., Fleming A., Hijri M., Frank S., Farmer E.E., 2004. Plant Molecular Biology, 55 (4) pp. 579-594.
 
Selective and powerful stress gene expression in Arabidopsis in response to malondialdehyde.
Weber H., Chételat A., Reymond P., Farmer E.E., 2004. Plant Journal, 37 (6) pp. 877-888.
 
Versatile gene-specific sequence tags for Arabidopsis functional genomics: transcript profiling and reverse genetics applications.
Hilson P., Allemeersch J., Altmann T., Aubourg S., Avon A., Beynon J., Bhalerao R.P., Bitton F., Caboche M., Cannoot B. et al., 2004. Genome Research, 14 (10B) pp. 2176-2189.
 
Jasmonates and related oxylipins in plant responses to pathogenesis and herbivory.
Farmer E.E., Alméras E., Krishnamurthy V., 2003. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 6 (4) pp. 372-378.
 
Reactive electrophile species activate defense gene expression in Arabidopsis.
Alméras E., Stolz S., Vollenweider S., Reymond P., Mène-Saffrané L., Farmer E.E., 2003. Plant Journal, 34 (2) pp. 205-216.
 
The jasmonate biochemical pathway.
Liechti R., Farmer E.E., 2003. Science's STKE, 2003 (203) pp. cm18.
 
The jasmonate pathway.
Liechti R., Farmer E.E., 2002. Science, 296 (5573) pp. 1649-1650.
 
Plant defense in the absence of jasmonic acid: the role of cyclopentenones.
Stintzi A., Weber H., Reymond P., Browse J., Farmer E.E., 2001. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 98 (22) pp. 12837-12842.
 
Surface-to-air signals.
Farmer E.E., 2001. Nature, 411 (6839) pp. 854-856.
Adding injury to insult: pathogen detection and responses.
Farmer E.E., 2000. Genome Biology, 1 (2) pp. reviews1012-1012.3.
 
Differential gene expression in response to mechanical wounding and insect feeding in Arabidopsis.
Reymond P., Weber H., Damond M., Farmer E.E., 2000. Plant Cell, 12 (5) pp. 707-720.
 
Fatty acid ketodienes and fatty acid ketotrienes: Michael addition acceptors that accumulate in wounded and diseased Arabidopsis leaves.
Vollenweider S., Weber H., Stolz S., Chételat A., Farmer E.E., 2000. Plant Journal, 24 (4) pp. 467-476.
 
Potent mitogenic lipids from gall-inducing insects.
Farmer E.E., 2000. Trends in Plant Science, 5 (9) pp. 359-360.
 
Divinyl ether fatty acid synthesis in late blight-diseased potato leaves.
Weber H., Chételat A., Caldelari D., Farmer E.E., 1999. Plant Cell, 11 (3) pp. 485-494.
 
A rapid assay for the coupled cell free generation of oxylipins
Caldelari D., Farmer E. E., 1998. Phytochemistry, 47 (4) pp. 599-604. Peer-reviewed.
 
Fatty acid signaling in Arabidopsis.
Farmer E.E., Weber H., Vollenweider S., 1998. Planta, 206 (2) pp. 167-174.
 
Jasmonate and salicylate as global signals for defense gene expression.
Reymond P., Farmer E.E., 1998. Current Opinion In Plant Biology, 1 (5) pp. 404-411.
 
Dinor-oxo-phytodienoic acid: a new hexadecanoid signal in the jasmonate family.
Weber H., Vick B.A., Farmer E.E., 1997. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 94 (19) pp. 10473-10478.
 
New fatty acid-based signals: a lesson from the plant world
Farmer E. E., 1997. Science, 276 (5314) pp. 912-913. Peer-reviewed.
 
Remorin, a uronide binding protein with physical properties similar to the tobacco mosaic virus movement protein
Reymond P., Kunz B., MacDonaldPetetot J., Farmer E.E., 1997. pp. 1455-1455 dans Plant Biology '97, Annual Meetings of the American Society of Plant Physiologists and the Canadian Society of Plant Physiologists with the invited participation of the Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists and the Australian Society of Plant Physiologists, Plant Physiology. Peer-reviewed.
 
Cloning of a cDNA encoding a plasma membrane-associated, uronide binding phosphoprotein with physical properties similar to viral movement proteins.
Reymond P., Kunz B., Paul-Pletzer K., Grimm R., Eckerskorn C., Farmer E.E., 1996. Plant Cell, 8 (12) pp. 2265-2276.
 
Oligogalacturonide defense signals in plants: large fragments interact with the plasma membrane in vitro.
Reymond P., Grünberger S., Paul K., Müller M., Farmer E.E., 1995. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 92 (10) pp. 4145-4149.
 
The in-vitro and in-vivo phosphorylation of the plasma-membrane protein-PP34 in response to oligogalacturonide defense signals
Farmer E.E., Paul K., Grunberger S., Kunz B., Reymond P., 1995. p. 476 dans 1995 Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellullar Biology, Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. Peer-reviewed.
 
Diethyldithiocarbamic acid inhibits the octadecanoid signaling pathway for the wound induction of proteinase-inhibitors in tomato leaves
Farmer E. E., Caldelari D., Pearce G., Walker-Simmons K., Ryan C. A., 1994. Plant Physiology, 106 (1) pp. 337-342. Peer-reviewed.
 
Fatty acid signalling in plants and their associated microorganisms.
Farmer E.E., 1994. Plant Molecular Biology, 26 (5) pp. 1423-1437.
 
Two classes of plant antibiotics: Phytoalexins versus "Phytoanticipins"
VanEtten H.D., Mansfield J.W., Bailey J.A., Farmer E.E., 1994. Plant Cell, 6 (9) pp. 1191-1192.
 
Oligouronides, systemin and jasmonates as signals for plant defensive genes
Ryan C.A., Farmer E.E., McGurl B., Pearce G., Johnson S., 1993. p. 13 dans 1993 Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology, Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. Peer-reviewed.
 
Purification of potato leaf plasma membrane protein PP34, a protein phosphorylated in response to oligogalacturonide signals for defense and development.
Jacinto T., Farmer E.E., Ryan C.A., 1993. Plant Physiology, 103 (4) pp. 1393-1397.
 
Octadecanoid precursors of jasmonic acid activate the synthesis of wound-inducible proteinase Inhibitors.
Farmer E.E., Ryan C.A., 1992. Plant Cell, 4 (2) pp. 129-134.
 
Octadecanoid-derived signals in plants.
Farmer E.E., Ryan C.A., 1992. Trends in Cell Biology, 2 (8) pp. 236-241.
 
Regulation of expression of proteinase inhibitor genes by methyl jasmonate and jasmonic acid.
Farmer E.E., Johnson R.R., Ryan C.A., 1992. Plant Physiology, 98 (3) pp. 995-1002.
 
Oligosaccharide signaling in plants. Specificity of oligouronide-enhanced plasma membrane protein phosphorylation.
Farmer E.E., Moloshok T.D., Saxton M.J., Ryan C.A., 1991. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 266 (5) pp. 3140-3145.
 
Oligosaccharide signals in plants: a current assessment
Ryan C. A., Farmer E. E., 1991. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology, 42 pp. 651-674.
 
Interplant communication: airborne methyl jasmonate induces synthesis of proteinase inhibitors in plant leaves.
Farmer E.E., Ryan C.A., 1990. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 87 (19) pp. 7713-7716.
 
In vitro phosphorylation of plant plasma membrane proteins in response to the proteinase inhibitor inducing factor.
Farmer E.E., Pearce G., Ryan C.A., 1989. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 86 (5) pp. 1539-1542.
 
An extracellular protein from Phytophthora parasitica var nicotianae is associated with stress metabolite accumulation in tobacco callus.
Farmer E.E., Helgeson J.P., 1987. Plant Physiology, 85 (3) pp. 733-740.
 
Effects of fungal elicitor on lignin biosynthesis in cell suspension cultures of soybean.
Farmer E.E., 1985. Plant Physiology, 78 (2) pp. 338-342.
 
The purification of yeast glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase by dye-ligand chromatography.
Farmer E.E., Easterby J.S., 1984. Analytical Biochemistry, 141 (1) pp. 79-82.
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