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Amy Knobbe

Amy Knobbe, PhD

PH: 402-481-4081

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Previous Education:

  • PhD, Biochemistry


My background experience ranges between Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Notable publications authored/co-author:

1) Knobbe AR, Horken KM, Plucinak T, Hakim EB, Cerutti H, Weeks DP (2015)  SUMOylation by a stress-specific SUMO E2 conjugase is essential for survival of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii under stress conditions.  Plant Physiology, 167(3):753-765

2) Wang Y, Ladunga I, Miller AR, Horken KM, Plucinak T, Weeks DP, Bailey CP. (2008)  The Small Ubiquitin-Like Modifier (SUMO) and SUMO-Conjugating System of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.  Genetics, 179:177-192.

3) Deqiang D, Miller AR, Horken KM, Weeks DP, Spalding MH.  (2009)  Knockdown of limiting-CO2–induced gene HLA3 decreases HCO3 transport and photosynthetic Ci affinity in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.  PNAS, 106: 5990 – 5995.

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