|The distal part of the transition zone is the most aluminum-sensitive apical root zone of maize|
M Sivaguru, WJ Horst
Plant Physiology 116 (1), 155-163, 1998
|Aluminum-induced 1→ 3-β-d-glucan inhibits cell-to-cell trafficking of molecules through plasmodesmata. A new mechanism of aluminum toxicity in plants|
M Sivaguru, T Fujiwara, J Šamaj, F Baluška, Z Yang, H Osawa, T Maeda, ...
Plant physiology 124 (3), 991-1006, 2000
|Impacts of aluminum on the cytoskeleton of the maize root apex. Short-term effects on the distal part of the transition zone|
M Sivaguru, F Baluška, D Volkmann, HH Felle, WJ Horst
Plant Physiology 119 (3), 1073-1082, 1999
|Compartmentalization of S-RNase and HT-B degradation in self-incompatible Nicotiana|
A Goldraij, K Kondo, CB Lee, CN Hancock, M Sivaguru, ...
Nature 439 (7078), 805-810, 2006
|Aluminum-induced gene expression and protein localization of a cell wall-associated receptor kinase in Arabidopsis|
M Sivaguru, B Ezaki, ZH He, H Tong, H Osawa, F Baluška, D Volkmann, ...
Plant physiology 132 (4), 2256-2266, 2003
|Aluminium tolerance is achieved by exudation of citric acid from roots of soybean (Glycine max)|
ZM Yang, M Sivaguru, WJ Horst, H Matsumoto
Physiologia Plantarum 110 (1), 72-77, 2000
|Extracellular ATP in plants. Visualization, localization, and analysis of physiological significance in growth and signaling|
SY Kim, M Sivaguru, G Stacey
Plant physiology 142 (3), 984-992, 2006
|Cell wall proteome in the maize primary root elongation zone. II. Region-specific changes in water soluble and lightly ionically bound proteins under water deficit|
J Zhu, S Alvarez, EL Marsh, ME LeNoble, IJ Cho, M Sivaguru, S Chen, ...
Plant physiology 145 (4), 1533-1548, 2007
|Aluminum rapidly depolymerizes cortical microtubules and depolarizes the plasma membrane: evidence that these responses are mediated by a glutamate receptor|
M Sivaguru, S Pike, W Gassmann, TI Baskin
Plant and Cell Physiology 44 (7), 667-675, 2003
|Does aluminium affect root growth of maize through interaction with the cell wall–plasma membrane–cytoskeleton continuum?|
WJ Horst, N Schmohl, M Kollmeier, M Sivaguru
Plant and Soil 215 (2), 163-174, 1999
|Lysine acetylation is a widespread protein modification for diverse proteins in Arabidopsis|
X Wu, MH Oh, EM Schwarz, CT Larue, M Sivaguru, BS Imai, PM Yau, ...
Plant physiology 155 (4), 1769-1778, 2011
|Aluminum inhibits the H+-ATPase activity by permanently altering the plasma membrane surface potentials in squash roots|
SJ Ahn, M Sivaguru, H Osawa, GC Chung, H Matsumoto
Plant Physiology 126 (4), 1381-1390, 2001
|(Dihydro) ceramide synthase 1–regulated sensitivity to cisplatin is associated with the activation of p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase and is abrogated by sphingosine kinase 1|
J Min, A Mesika, M Sivaguru, PP Van Veldhoven, H Alexander, ...
Molecular Cancer Research 5 (8), 801-812, 2007
|Aluminium‐induced growth inhibition is associated with impaired efflux and influx of H+ across the plasma membrane in root apices of squash (Cucurbita pepo)|
SJ Ahn, M Sivaguru, GC Chung, Z Rengel, H Matsumoto
Journal of Experimental Botany 53 (376), 1959-1966, 2002
|Characterization of aluminium‐induced citrate secretion in aluminium‐tolerant soybean (Glycine max) plants|
ZM Yang, H Nian, M Sivaguru, S Tanakamaru, H Matsumoto
Physiologia Plantarum 113 (1), 64-71, 2001
|Evidence for the plasma membrane localization of Al-activated malate transporter (ALMT1)|
M Yamaguchi, T Sasaki, M Sivaguru, Y Yamamoto, H Osawa, SJ Ahn, ...
Plant and Cell Physiology 46 (5), 812-816, 2005
|Quantitative analysis of collagen fiber organization in injured tendons using Fourier transform-second harmonic generation imaging|
M Sivaguru, S Durgam, R Ambekar, D Luedtke, G Fried, A Stewart, ...
Optics express 18 (24), 24983-24993, 2010
|The reb1-1 mutation of Arabidopsis alters the morphology of trichoblasts, the expression of arabinogalactan-proteins and the organization of cortical microtubules|
C Andeme-Onzighi, M Sivaguru, J Judy-March, TI Baskin, A Driouich
Planta 215 (6), 949-958, 2002
|Cdx2 gene expression and trophectoderm lineage specification in mouse embryos|
K Deb, M Sivaguru, HY Yong, RM Roberts
Science 311 (5763), 992-996, 2006
|Deficiency in the omega-3 fatty acid pathway results in failure of acrosome biogenesis in mice|
M Roqueta-Rivera, TL Abbott, M Sivaguru, RA Hess, MT Nakamura
Biology of reproduction 85 (4), 721-732, 2011