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1.

High-frequency transformation of undeveloped plastids in tobacco suspension cells.

Langbecker CL, Ye GN, Broyles DL, Duggan LL, Xu CW, Hajdukiewicz PT, Armstrong CL, Staub JM.

Plant Physiol. 2004 May;135(1):39-46.

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Persistence of unselected transgenic DNA during a plastid transformation and segregation approach to herbicide resistance.

Ye GN, Colburn SM, Xu CW, Hajdukiewicz PT, Staub JM.

Plant Physiol. 2003 Sep;133(1):402-10.

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Multiple pathways for Cre/lox-mediated recombination in plastids.

Hajdukiewicz PT, Gilbertson L, Staub JM.

Plant J. 2001 Jul;27(2):161-70.

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Plastid-expressed 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase genes provide high level glyphosate tolerance in tobacco.

Ye GN, Hajdukiewicz PT, Broyles D, Rodriguez D, Xu CW, Nehra N, Staub JM.

Plant J. 2001 Feb;25(3):261-70.

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High-yield production of a human therapeutic protein in tobacco chloroplasts.

Staub JM, Garcia B, Graves J, Hajdukiewicz PT, Hunter P, Nehra N, Paradkar V, Schlittler M, Carroll JA, Spatola L, Ward D, Ye G, Russell DA.

Nat Biotechnol. 2000 Mar;18(3):333-8.

PMID:
10700152
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Technical Advance: Stable chloroplast transformation in potato: use of green fluorescent protein as a plastid marker.

Sidorov VA, Kasten D, Pang SZ, Hajdukiewicz PT, Staub JM, Nehra NS.

Plant J. 1999 Jul;19(2):209-216.

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