Refereed and Other Publications

Refereed Journal Articles (52 refereed articles, 15 book chapters, 9 other publications)

  1. Verchot, J (2012) Cellular chaperones and folding enzymes are vital contributors to membrane bound replication and movement complexes during plant RNA virus infection.  Front. Plant Sci. 3:275 doi:10.3389/fpls.2012.00275
  2. Ye, CM, Chen, S., Payton, M., Dickman MB, and Verchot J (2012).  TGBp3 triggers the unfolded protein response and SKP1 dependent programmed cell death.  Molecular Plant Pathology, accepted
  3. Ye, CM, Kelly V, Dickman, MB, and Verchot, J (2012).  SGT1 is induced by Potato virus X TGBp3 and enhances virus accumulation in Nicotiana benthamiana plants.  Molecular Plant.  Vol 5 p1151-1153. 
  4. Niu, C., Anstead, J. Verchot, J. (2012) Analysis of protein transport in the Brassica Oleracea vasculature reveals different destinations.  Plant Signalling & Behavior: 361-374. 
  5. Verchot, J (2011).  Wrapping membranes around plant virus infection.  Current Opinion in Virology, vol 1:  388-395.
  6. Verchot, J, Ye, CM (2011).  Role of unfolded protein response in plant virus infection.  Plant Signaling & Behavior, vol 6:8, 1-4. 
  7.  Halterman, D, Charkowski, A, and Verchot, J (2011). Potato, viruses, and seed certification in the USA to provide healthy propagated tubers.  7th Special Issue of Potato in Pest Technology vol 6 (special Issue 1):  1-14 (Print ISSN 1749-4818).
  8. Ye, CM, Chen, S, Dickman, MB, Payton, M, and Verchot, J (2011).  The unfolded protein response is triggered by a plant viral movement protein. Plant Physiol, 156:  741-755.
  9. Lee, WS, Fu, SF, Verchot-Lubicz, J, and Carr, JP (2011).  Genetic modification of alternative respiration affects induced and basal resistance to potato virus X.  BMC Plant Biology.  11: 41.
  10. Huang, X., Stein, BD, Cheng, H, Malyutin, A, Tsvetkova, IB, Baxter, DV, Remmes, NB, Verchot, J., Kao, C., Bronstein, LM, and Dragnea, B.  (2011). Magnetic virus-like nanoparticles in N. benthamiana plants:  A new paradigm for environmental and agronomic biotechnological research.  ACS Nano, 5: 3401-4244. 
  11. Niu, C., Smith, N., Garteiser, P. Towner, R., Verchot, J. (2011) Comparative analysis of protein transport in the N. benthamiana vasculature reveals different destinations.  Plant Signaling & Behavior 6:  1-16 
  12. Silva, AT, Nguyen, A, Verchot, J, and Moon, J (2010).  Conjugated polymer nanoparticles for effective siRNA delivery to tobacco BY-2 protoplasts.  BMC Plant Biology 10: 291-305. 
  13. Verchot-Lubicz, J, Torrance, L, Solovyev, A G, Morozov, SY, Jackson, AO, Gilmer, D. (2010).  Varied movement strategies employed by triple gene block encoding viruses.    Molec. Plant Microbe-Interact.  23 (10): 1231-1247.     
  14. Verchot-Lubicz, J, and Goldstein, RE (2010) Cytoplasmic streaming and its impact on intercellular symplastic transport.  Protoplasma, 240:  99-107. 
  15. Bamunusinghe, D, Hemenway, C, Nelson, R, Sanderfoot, A, Ye, CM, Silva, A, and Verchot-Lubicz, J (2009).  Potato virus X replicase and TGBp3 co-localize along endoplasmic reticulum derived structures.  Virology, 393 (2): 272-285. 
  16. Verchot-Lubicz, J (2008).  Plasmodesmata transport of GFP and GFP fusions requires little energy and transitions during leaf expansion.  Plant Signaling & Behavior 3(10): 1-4. 
  17. Melcher, U, Muthukumar, V, Wiley, GB, Min, B.-E., Palmer, M, Verchot-Lubicz, J, Nelson, RS, Roe, BS, Thapa, V, Pierce, ML, (2008).  Evidence for novel viruses by analysis of nucleic acids in virus-like particle fractions from Ambrosia psilostachya.  J. Virol Methods. 2008 Sep; 152(1-2):49-55.
  18. Mekuria, T, Bamunusinghe, D, Payton, M, Jeanmarie Verchot-Lubicz (2008).  Phloem unloading of Potato virus X movement proteins is regulated by virus and host factors. Molec. Plant Microbe Interact.  21(8):1106-17.
  19. Schoenknecht, G, Brown, J, and Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2008).  Transport of GFP and PVX TGBp1 protein across plasmodesmata is diffusion driven.  Protoplasma, 232:  143-152.
  20. Ju, H- J, Ye, CM, and Verchot-Lubicz, J.  (2008). Mutational analysis of PVX TGBp3 links subcellular accumulation and protein turnover. Virology, 375(1):103-17.
  21. Verchot-Lubicz, J. Ye, CM, and Bamunusinghe, D (2007) Invited Review:  Molecular biology of potexviruses: Recent advances. J. Gen Virol, 88(Pt 6):1643-55.
  22. Verchot-Lubicz, J, Rush, CM, Payton, M, and Colberg, T (2007) A Benyvirus infects its plasmodiophorid vector.  Virology Journal, 4, 37.
  23. Ju, H.-J, Samuels, T. D., Ye, CM, Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2007).  Mutations in a central conserved domain of PVX TGBp2 eliminate granular vesicles and virus cell-to-cell movement.  Journal of Virology, 81, 1809-1911.
  24. Samuels, TD, Ju, H-J, Ye, CM, Motes, CM, Howard, AR, Blancaflor, EB, and Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2007).  Potato virus X TGBp1 protein accumulates independently of TGBp2 and TGBp3 to promote virus cell-to-cell movement.  Virology 367; 375-389.
  25. Carver, BF, Smith, EL, Hunger, RM, Klatt, A, Edwards, JT, Porter, DR, Verchot-Lubicz, J, Rayas-Duarte, P, Bai, G.-H., Martin, B.C., Krenzer, E. G., and Seabourn, B. W. (2006).  Registration of ‘Endurance’ Wheat.  Crop Science 46: 1816-1818
  26. Carver, B.F., Hunger, R.M., Smith, E.L., Klatt, A., Edwards, J.T., Porter, D.R., Rayas-Duarte, P.,Verchot-Lubicz, J., Martin, B.C., Krenzer, E. G., and Seabourn, B. W. (2006).  Registration of ‘Deliver’ Wheat.  Crop Sci 46: 1819-1820
  27. Ju, H-J, Samuels, T., Wang, Y-S, Blancaflor, E, Payton M, Samuels, T. D., Krishnamurthy, K., Mitra, R., Nelson, R. S., and Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2005). The Potato virus X TGBp2 movement protein induces vesicles from the endoplasmic reticulum.  Plant Physiol.  138(4):1877-95.
  28. Te, J., Melcher, U., Howard, A. R., and Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2005) The Soilborne wheat mosaic virus 19K protein is a suppressor of gene silencing. Virology J.  2, 18.
  29.  Verchot-Lubicz, J.  (2005) Invited Review:  A new cell-to-cell transport model for Potexviruses.  Molec Plant Microbe Interact. 18, 283-290.
  30. Howard, A. R., Heppler, M., Payton, M. E., Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2004).  The Potato virus X TGBp1 is the primary viral factor that can move from cell to cell and induce plasmodesmata gating in several plant species.  Virology, 328, 185-197. 
  31. Driskel, B. A., Littlefield, L. J., Walker, N. R., and Verchot-Lubicz, J., (2004).  Soilborne wheat mosaic virus movement protein and RNA and Wheat spindle streak mosaic virus coat protein accumulate inside resting spores of their vector, Polymyxa graminis. Molec. Plant Microbe Interact. 17, 739-748.
  32. Heppler, M., and Verchot-Lubicz J.  Cell-to-cell movement of Potato virus X proteins in different platn species.  Microscopy and Microanalysis.  10: 1448-1449. 
  33. B.F. Carver, E.G. Krenzer, R.M. Hunger, D.R. Porter, E.L. Smith, A.R. Klatt, J. Verchot-Lubicz, P. Rayas-Duarte, A.C. Guenzi, G. Bai, and B.C. Martin. (2004) Registration of ‘Ok102’ Wheat Crop Sci  44: 1468-1469.
  34. B.F. Carver, E.G. Krenzer, R.M. Hunger, T.J. Martin, A.R. Klatt, D.R. Porter, J. Verchot, P. Rayas-Duarte, A.C. Guenzi, B.C. Martin, and G. Bai (2003).  Registration of ‘Intrada’ Wheat Crop Sci 43: 1135-1136.
  35. B.F. Carver, E.L. Smith, E.G. Krenzer, R.M. Hunger, D.R. Porter, A.R. Klatt, J. Verchot-Lubicz, P. Rayas-Duarte, A.C. Guenzi, B.C. Martin, and G. Bai.  (2003) Registration of ‘Ok101’ Wheat 43: 2298-2299.
  36. Ismail, EA, Giles, KL, Coburn, L., Royer, TA, Hunger, RM, Verchot, J, Horn, GW, Krenzer, EG, Peeper, TF, Payton, ME, Michels, GJ, bible, JB, Owings, DA (2003).  Effects of aphids, barley yellow dwarf, and grassy weeds on grazed winter wheat.  Southwestern Entomologist, 28, 121-130.
  37. An, H., Melcher, U., Te, Jeannie, Guenzi, A., Verchot-Lubicz, J., (2003).  Evidence the Soilborne wheat mosaic virus 37K protein is the viral movement protein.  J. Gen. Virol., 84, 3153-3163.
  38. Mitra, R., Krishnamurthy, K., Blancaflor, B., Payton, M., Nelson, R. S., Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2003).  The Potato virus X TGBp2 protein associates with the endoplasmic reticulum for virus cell-to-cell movement.  Virology, 312, 35-48.
  39. Krishnamurthy, K., Mitra, R., Heppler, M., Payton, M. E., and Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2003).  The Potato virus X TGBp3 protein associates with the endoplasmic reticulum for virus cell-to-cell movement.  Virology, 309, 135-151.
  40. Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2003).  Soilborne viruses:  Advances in cell-to-cell movement, gene silencing, and pathogen derived resistance.  Physiol. Molec. Plant Pathol.  62, 55-63.
  41. Krishnamurthy, K., Mitra, R., Payton, M. E., and Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2002).  Cell-to-cell movement of the PVX 12K, 8K, or coat proteins may depend on the host, leaf developmental stage, and the PVX 25K protein.  Virology 300, 269-281.
  42. Verchot, J., Driskel, B.A., Zhu, Y., Hunger, R.M., and Littlefield, L.J. (2001).  Soilborne wheat mosaic virus moves long distance through the xylem in wheat.  Protoplasma, 218:  57-66.
  43. Driskel, B. A., Hunger, R.M., and Verchot, J. (2001).  Response of hard red winter wheat to Soilborne wheat mosaic virus using novel inoculation methods.  Phytopathology 92, 347-354.
  44. Yang, Y., Ding, B., Baulcombe, D.C., Verchot, J. (2000).  Cell-to-cell movement of the Potato virus X 25K protein is regulated by three other viral proteins.  Molec. Plant. Microbe. Interact. 6, 599-605.

Book Chapters and Proceedings

  1. Verchot-Lubicz, J., Baulcombe, DC (2012) Potexviruses.  The Springer Index of Viruses .  p505-515.
  2. Verchot-Lubicz (2012)  Mandariviruses.  The Springer index of Viruses.  P501-504
  3. Verchot (2012). The central role of the cellular membranes in plant RNA virus infection.  Recent research developments in Virology. Vol 8 Transworld Research Network edited by A. Gayathri
  4. Verchot, J (2012).  In Recent Research Development in Virology “The central role of cellular membranes in plant RNA virus infection”.  Transworld Research Network.   Vol 8:  97-114.   
  5. Verchot-Lubicz (2010).  Potexvirus, Flexiviridae.  In Springer Index of Viruses, 2nd edition.  Editors:  Christian Tidona and Gholamreza Darai. 
  6. Verchot-Lubicz (2010).  Mandarivirus, Flexiviridae.  In Springer Index of Viruses, 2nd edition.  Editors:  Christian Tidona and Gholamreza Darai. 
  7. .  Verchot-Lubicz, J., and Carr, JP (2008).  Virus induced silencing and suppression. Encylopedia of Virology, 3rd ed. Mahy, B. and van Regenmortel, M., eds.,
  8. Ye, Chang Ming and Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2008).  Recent progress in plant virus cell-to-cell movement.  In “Plant Microbe Interactions” Ed. Essaid Ait Barka.
  9. Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2006).  Soilborne wheat mosaic Virus.  In “Molecular Diagnosis of Plant Viruses: CEREAL & FORAGE  CROPS.  Ed Govind Rao.
  10. Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2004).  Soilborne wheat mosaic virus.  In Viral diseases of Poacea.
  11.   Verchot, J.  (2001, 2003).  Potyvirus helper component proteinase.  In  Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes.1st and 2nd ed.  Alan Barrett, ed. Elsevier Press.

Abstracts and Proceedings
1. Verchot-Lubicz, J., Ye., CM, Dickman, MD (2009) Proceedings IS-MPMI:  Potato virus X TGBp3 protein induces ER stress and programmed cell death.
2.  Verchot-Lubicz, J., Ju, H.-J., Samuels, T. D. (2006) Cell-to-Cell Movement of Potato Virus X.  (2006)  Proceedings of the XII International Society of Molecular Plant Microbe Interaction Conferece in Merida. Mexico
3. An. H., Guenzi, A., and Verchot-Lubicz, J. (2003).  Analysis of Soilborne wheat mosaic virus 37K and coat protein:  virus movement and transgenic resistance.  In:  Proceedings of the fifth symposium of the international working group on plant viruses with fungal vectors.  Ed.:  C. M. Rush and U. Mertz.  Denver, CO.  pp 48-51.
4. Hunger, R.M., Verchot, J., Siegerist, W.C., Myers, L., and Payton, M. 1998. Effect of wheat soilborne mosaic on yield and quality of grain from wheat. Phytopathology 88(9-supplement):S42.OAES Publication:   Partners in Progress Report for 1998, 1999, and 2000.  These are three reports submitted by the Wheat Improvement Team
5. Annual Wheat Newsletter 1999 and 2000 contains articles by the Wheat Improvement team.  1999, 2000 articles submitted by R. M. Hunger and J. Verchot concerning research on BYDV and WSBMV.
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