The MtSSPdb is part of the project "Genome-wide Analysis of Small Signaling Peptides in M. truncatula with an Emphasis on Macro-nutrient Regulation of Root and Nodule Development" supported by National Science Foundation (Grant 1444549). The SSP-Prediction tool is funded by Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST PS18-012).
Boschiero C, Lundquist PK, Roy S, Dai X, Zhao PX, Scheible WR. Identification and Functional Investigation of Genome‐Encoded, Small, Secreted Peptides in Plants. Current Protocols in Plant Biology, Vol. 4, Issue 3, 2019. Please find publication here.
Wei Dong, Yinghua Wang and Hideki Takahashi. CLE-CLAVATA1 Signaling Pathway Modulates Lateral Root Development under Sulfur Deficiency. Plants. 2019 Apr 18;8(4). Please find publication here.
Katerina S. Lay and Hideki Takahashi. Nutrient-responsive Small Signaling Peptides and their influence on the root system architecture. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 19(12), 3927, 2018. Please find publication here.
Sonali Roy, Peter K. Lundquist, Michael K. Udvardi, Wolf R. Scheible. Small and mighty: peptide hormones in plant biology. Teaching Tools in Plant Biology: Lecture Notes. August 17, 2018. Please find publication here.
Thomas de Bang, Peter K. Lundquist, Xinbin Dai, Clarissa Boschiero, Zhaohong Zhuang, Pooja Pant, Ivone Torres-Jerez, Sonali Roy, Joaquina Nogales, Vijaykumar Veerappan, Rebecca Dickstein, Michael K. Udvardi, Patrick X. Zhao, Wolf Scheible. Genome-wide Identification of Medicago Peptides involved in Macronutrient Responses and Nodulation. Plant Physiology, vol. 175, issue 2, October 2017. Please find publication here.
Thomas de Bang, Katerina S. Lay, Wolf-Rüdiger Scheible, Hideki Takahashi. Small peptide signaling pathways modulating macronutrient utilization in plants. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, vol. 39, pages 31–39, October 2017. Please find publication here.
For any questions or comments, please contact the principal investigators of the project Wolf Scheible or Patrick Zhao from Noble Research Institute.
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