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  1. Cnidarian-Symbiodiniaceae symbiosis establishment is independent of photosynthesis.
    Jinkerson, Russo, Newkirk, Kirk, Chi, Martindale, Grossman, Hatta, Xiang
    Current Biology, 32:44575. (2022)
  2. Identification of green lineage osmotic stress pathways.
    Vilarrasa-Blasi, Vellosillo, Jinkerson, Fauser, Xiang, Minkoff, Wang, Kniazev, Guzman, Osaki, Sussman, Jonikas, Dinneny
    bioRxiv, 2021.07.19.453009: (2021)
  3. Vision, challenges and opportunities for a Plant Cell Atlas.
    Plant Cell Atlas Consortium et al.
    eLife, 10:e6687. (2021)
  4. Transcription-dependent domain-scale three-dimensional genome organization in the dinoflagellate Breviolum minutum.
    Marinov*, Trevino*, Xiang*,Kundaje, Grossman, Greenleaf
    Nature Genetics, 53:613–617. (* equal contribution). (2021)
    Highlighted in: ScienceDaily
  5. Transcriptome reprogramming of Symbiodiniaceae Breviolum minutum in response to casein amino acids supplementation..
    Kirk, Clowez, Lin, Grossman, Xiang
    Frontiers in Physiology, 11:574654. (2020)
  6. Transcription-dependent domain-scale 3D genome organization in dinoflagellates.
    Marinov*, Trevino*, Xiang*, Kundaje, Grossman, Greenleaf
    bioRxiv, 2020.07.01.181685: (2020) (* equal contribution)
  7. Symbiont population control by host-symbiont metabolic interaction in Symbiodiniaceae-cnidarian associations.
    Xiang, Lehnert, Jinkerson, Clowez, Kim, DeNofrio, Pringle, Grossman
    Nature Communications, 11:108. (2020)
    Highlighted in: TheScientist (Image of the Day)
  8. Glucose-induced trophic shift in an endosymbiont dinoflagellate with physiological and molecular consequences.
    Xiang, Jinkerson, Clowez, Tran, Krediet, Onishi, Cleves, Pringle, Grossman
    Plant Physiology, 176:1793-1807. (2018)
    Highlighted in: Plant Physiology
  9. Total RNA extraction from dinoflagellate Symbiodinium cells.
    Bio-protocol, :. (2018)
  10. Relative contributions of various cellular mechanisms to loss of algae during cnidarian bleaching.
    Bieri, Onishi, Xiang, Grossman, Pringle
    PLoS ONE, 4:37-43. (2016)
  11. Symbiodinium transcriptome and global responses of cells to immediate changes in light intensity when grown under autotrophic or mixotrophic conditions.
    Xiang, Nelson, Rodriguez, Tolleter, Grossman
    The Plant Journal, 11:e0152693. (2015)
  12. Isolation of clonal, axenic strains of the symbiotic dinoflagellate Symbiodinium and their growth and host specificity.
    Xiang*, Hambleton*, DeNofrio*, Pringle, Grossman
    Journal of Phycology, 3:686. (2013) (* equal contribution)
  13. BAK1 is not a target of the Pseudomonas syringae effector AvrPto.
    Xiang, Zong, Zhang, Chen, Chen, Zhou
    Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 49:447-458. (2011)
  14. Receptor-like cytoplasmic kinases integrate signaling from multiple immune receptors.
    Zhang, Li, Xiang, Liu, Laluk, Ding, Zou, Gao, Zhang, Chen, Mengiste, Zhang, Zhou
    Cell Host & Microbe, 7:290-301. (2010)
  15. Plant immunity: a lesson from pathogenic bacterial effector proteins.
    Cui, Xiang, Zhou
    Cellular Microbiology, 10: 1453-61., 10:1453-61. (2009)
  16. Blocking and triggering of plant immunity by Pseudomonas syringae effector AvrPto.
    Zong, Xiang, Zou, Chai, Zhou
    Plant Signaling & Behavior, 3:583-585. (2008)
  17. Pseudomonas syringae effector AvrPto blocks innate immunity by targeting receptor kinases.
    Xiang, Zong, Zou, Wu, Zhang, Xing, Li, Tang, Zhu, Chai, Zhou
    Current Biology, 18:74-80. (2008) (* equal contribution)
  18. Cytokinin affect circadian-clock oscillation in a phytochrome B- and Arabidopsis Response Regulator4-dependent manner.
    Zheng, Deng, Mu, Ji, Xiang, Niu, Chua, Zuo
    Physiologia Plantarum, 127:277–292. (2006)