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Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy
DJ Klionsky, K Abdelmohsen, A Abe, MJ Abedin, H Abeliovich, ...
Autophagy 12 (1), 1-222, 2016
10724*2016
Promoters in the nodulation region of the Rhizobium leguminosarum Sym plasmid pRL1JI
HP Spaink, RJH Okker, CA Wijffelman, E Pees, BJJ Lugtenberg
Plant molecular biology 9, 27-39, 1987
7701987
A novel highly unsaturated fatty acid moiety of lipo-oligosaccharide signals determines host specificity of Rhizobium
HP Spaink, DM Sheeley, AAN van Brussel, J Glushka, WS York, T Tak, ...
Nature 354 (6349), 125-130, 1991
6831991
Root nodulation and infection factors produced by rhizobial bacteria
HP Spaink
Annual Reviews in Microbiology 54 (1), 257-288, 2000
6742000
Expression analysis of the Toll-like receptor and TIR domain adaptor families of zebrafish
AH Meijer, SFG Krens, IAM Rodriguez, S He, W Bitter, BE Snaar-Jagalska, ...
Molecular immunology 40 (11), 773-783, 2004
6232004
Auxin transport inhibition precedes root nodule formation in white clover roots and is regulated by flavonoids and derivatives of chitin oligosaccharides
U Mathesius, HRM Schlaman, HP Spaink, C Of Sautter, BG Rolfe, ...
The Plant Journal 14 (1), 23-34, 1998
5481998
The king cobra genome reveals dynamic gene evolution and adaptation in the snake venom system
FJ Vonk, NR Casewell, CV Henkel, AM Heimberg, HJ Jansen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (51), 20651-20656, 2013
5002013
Induction of pre-infection thread structures in the leguminous host plant by mitogenic lipo-oligosaccharides of Rhizobium
AAN van Brussel, R Bakhuizen, PC van Spronsen, HP Spaink, T Tak, ...
Science 257 (5066), 70-72, 1992
4161992
The ENOD12 gene product is involved in the infection process during the pea-Rhizobium interaction
B Scheres, C Van De Wiel, A Zalensky, B Horvath, H Spaink, H Van Eck, ...
Cell 60 (2), 281-294, 1990
3531990
Rhizobium nodulation gene nodD as a determinant of host specificity
HP Spaink, CA Wijffelman, E Pees, RJH Okker, BJJ Lugtenberg
Nature 328 (6128), 337-340, 1987
3261987
Androgenic switch: an example of plant embryogenesis from the male gametophyte perspective
SF Maraschin, W De Priester, HP Spaink, M Wang
Journal of Experimental botany 56 (417), 1711-1726, 2005
3172005
Host-pathogen interactions made transparent with the zebrafish model
A H Meijer, H P Spaink
Current drug targets 12 (7), 1000-1017, 2011
3022011
Zebrafish embryos and larvae: a new generation of disease models and drug screens
S Ali, DL Champagne, HP Spaink, MK Richardson
Birth Defects Research Part C: Embryo Today: Reviews 93 (2), 115-133, 2011
2912011
Infection-Blocking Genes of a Symbiotic Rhizobium leguminosarum Strain That Are Involved in Temperature-Dependent Protein Secretion
MR Bladergroen, K Badelt, HP Spaink
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 16 (1), 53-64, 2003
2912003
The Rhizobiaceae: molecular biology of model plant-associated bacteria
HP Spaink, A Kondorosi, PJJ Hooykaas
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
2892012
Functions of the MAPK family in vertebrate-development
SFG Krens, HP Spaink, BE Snaar-Jagalska
FEBS letters 580 (21), 4984-4990, 2006
2872006
Root hair deformation activity of nodulation factors and their fate on Vicia sativa
R Heidstra, R Geurts, H Franssen, HP Spaink, AB Van Kammen, ...
Plant Physiology 105 (3), 787-797, 1994
2871994
Infection of zebrafish embryos with intracellular bacterial pathogens
EL Benard, AM van der Sar, F Ellett, GJ Lieschke, HP Spaink, AH Meijer
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e3781, 2012
2802012
Transcriptome profiling and functional analyses of the zebrafish embryonic innate immune response to Salmonella infection
OW Stockhammer, A Zakrzewska, Z Hegedus, HP Spaink, AH Meijer
The Journal of Immunology 182 (9), 5641-5653, 2009
2802009
Rhizobium lipooligosaccharides rescue a carrot somatic embryo mutant.
AJ De Jong, R Heidstra, HP Spaink, MV Hartog, EA Meijer, T Hendriks, ...
The Plant Cell 5 (6), 615-620, 1993
2791993
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