Publications

5 key publications:

5.
Mueller-Xing,
, R., Clarenz, O., Pokorny, L., Goodrich, J. and Schubert, D. (2014). Polycomb-group proteins and FLOWERING LOCUS T maintain commitment to flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell, 26: 2457-2471.
Cover article for June issue of The Plant Cell.

4.
Lafos, M., Kroll, P., Hohenstatt, ML, Thorpe, F.L., Clarenz, O., Schubert, D. (2011). Dynamic Regulation of H3K27 trimethylation during Arabidopsis differentiation. 
PLOS Genetics 7: e1002040.
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3.
Schatlowski, N., Stahl, Y., Hohenstatt, M. L., Goodrich, J.
Schubert, D. (2010). The CURLY LEAF interacting protein BLISTER controls expression of Polycomb-group target genes and cellular differentiation of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell 22: 2291-2305.
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2.
Schubert, D.
, Primavesi, L., Bishopp, A., Roberts, G., Doonan, J., Jenuwein, T. and Goodrich, J. (2006). Silencing by plant Polycomb-group proteins requires dispersed trimethylation of histone H3 at lysine 27. EMBO J. 25: 4638-4649.

1.
Schubert, D.
, Lechtenberg, B., Forsbach, A., Gils, M., Bahadur, S. and Schmidt, R. (2004). Silencing in Arabidopsis T-DNA transformants: the predominant role of a gene-specific RNA sensing mechanism versus position effects.Plant Cell 16: 2561-2572.
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Full publication list:

21.
Del Prete, S., Mikulski, P.,
Schubert, D. and Gaudin, V. (2015). One, Two, Three: Polycomb Proteins Hit All Dimensions of Gene Regulation. Genes 10:520-42.

20.
Müller-Xing, R.,
Schubert, D. and Goodrich J. (2015). Non-inductive conditions expose the cryptic bract of flower phytomeres in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Signal Behav. 10:e1010868.

19.
Kleinmanns, J.A. and
Schubert, D. (2014). Polycomb- and Trithorax-Group protein mediated control of stress responses in plants. Biol. Chem, DOI: 10.1515/hsz-2014-0197.

18.
Mueller-Xing,
, R., Clarenz, O., Pokorny, L., Goodrich, J. and Schubert, D. (2014). Polycomb-group proteins and FLOWERING LOCUS T maintain commitment to flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell, 26: 2457-2471.
Cover article for June issue of The Plant Cell.

17.
Deleris,
, A., Stroud, H., Bernatavichute,Y., Johnson, E., Klein, G., Schubert, D. and Jacobsen, S.E (2012). Loss of the DNA methyltransferase MET1 induces H3K9 hypermethylation at PcG target genes, and relocation of H3K27 trimethylation to transposons in Arabidopsis. PLoS Genetics 8, e1003062.
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16.
Lafos, M., Kroll, P., Hohenstatt, ML, Thorpe, F.L., Clarenz, O., Schubert, D. (2011). Dynamic Regulation of H3K27 trimethylation during Arabidopsis differentiation. 
PLOS Genetics 7: e1002040.
Evaluated in the Faculty of 1000

15.
Deleris, A., Greenberg, M., Ausin, I., Law, R., Moissiard, G.,
Schubert, D. and Jacobsen, S. (2010). Involvement of a JmjC domain-containing histone demethylase in DRM2-mediated maintenance DNA Methylation. EMBO Rep. 11:590-595.

14.
Schatlowski, N., Stahl, Y., Hohenstatt, M. L., Goodrich, J.
Schubert, D. (2010). The CURLY LEAF interacting protein BLISTER controls expression of Polycomb-group target genes and cellular differentiation of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell 22: 2291-2305.
Evaluated in the Faculty of 1000

13.
Lafos, M. and
Schubert, D. (2009). Balance of power – dynamic regulation of chromatin in plant development. Biol. Chem. 390: 1113-1123.

12.
Schatlowski, N., Creasey, K., Goodrich, J. and
Schubert, D. (2008). Keeping plants in shape: Polycomb-Group proteins and histone methylation. Sem. Cell. Dev. Biol. 19: 547-553.

11.
Makarevich, G., Leroy, O., Akinci, U.,
Schubert, D., Clarenz, O., Goodrich, J., Grossniklaus, U. and Köhler, C. (2006). Different Polycomb group complexes regulate common target genes in Arabidopsis. EMBO Rep. 7: 947-952.

10.
Schubert, D.
, Primavesi, L., Bishopp, A., Roberts, G., Doonan, J., Jenuwein, T. and Goodrich, J. (2006). Silencing by plant Polycomb-group proteins requires dispersed trimethylation of histone H3 at lysine 27. EMBO J. 25: 4638-4649.

9.
Schubert, D.
, Clarenz, O. and Goodrich, J. (2005). Epigenetic Control of Plant Development by Polycomb group proteins. Curr. Op. Plant Biol. 8: 553-561.

8.
Dettmer, J.,
Schubert, D., Calvo-Weimar, O., Stierhof, Y.-D., Schmidt R. and Schumacher, K. (2005). The V-ATPase is essential for Golgi function in higher plants. Plant J. 41: 117-124.

7.
Lindroth, A.M., Shultis, D., Jasencakova, Z., Fuchs, J., Johnson, L.,
Schubert, D., Patnaik,D., Pradhan, S., Goodrich, J., Schubert, I., Jenuwein, T., Khorasanizadeh, S. and Jacobsen, S.E.(2004). Dual histone H3 methylation marks at lysines 9 and 27 required for interaction with CHROMOMETHYLASE3. EMBO J. 23: 4146-4155.

6.
Chanvivattana, Y., Bishopp, A.,
Schubert, D., Stock, C., Moon, Y.H., Sung, Z.R. and Goodrich, J. (2004). Interaction of Polycomb-group proteins controlling flowering in Arabidopsis. Development 131: 5263-5276.

5.
Schubert, D.*
, Lechtenberg, B.*, Forsbach, A., Gils, M., Bahadur, S. and Schmidt, R. (2004). Silencing in Arabidopsis T-DNA transformants: the predominant role of a gene-specific RNA sensing mechanism versus position effects.Plant Cell 16: 2561-2572. JIF: 10.1 Times cited: 140
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4.
Forsbach, A.,
Schubert, D., Lechtenberg, B., Gils, M. and Schmidt, R. (2003). A comprehensive characterisation of single-copy T-DNA insertions in the Arabidopsis thaliana genome. Plant Mol. Biol. 52, 161-176.

3.
Lechtenberg, B.*,
Schubert, D.*, Forsbach, A., Gils, M. and Schmidt, R. (2003). Neither inverted repeat T-DNA configurations nor arrangements of tandemly repeated transgenes are sufficient to trigger transgene silencing. Plant J., 34: 507-517.

2.
Schubert, D.
and Goodrich, J. (2003). Plant epigenetics: MEDEA´s children take centre stage. Current Biology 13: R638-640.

1.
Twell, D., Park, S.K., Hawkins T.J.,
Schubert D., Schmidt R., Smertenko A. and Hussey P.J. (2002). MOR1/GEM1 has an essential role in the plant-specific cytokinetic phragmoplast. Nature Cell. Biol. 4: 711-71.
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*these authors contributed equally to this work