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David M. Kehoe
David M. Kehoe
Professor of Biology, Indiana University
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Similarity of a chromatic adaptation sensor to phytochrome and ethylene receptors
DM Kehoe, AR Grossman
Science 273 (5280), 1409, 1996
4721996
Light-harvesting complexes in oxygenic photosynthesis: diversity, control, and evolution
AR Grossman, D Bhaya, KE Apt, DM Kehoe
Annual review of genetics 29 (1), 231-288, 1995
3801995
Responding to color: the regulation of complementary chromatic adaptation
DM Kehoe, A Gutu
Annu. Rev. Plant Biol. 57, 127-150, 2006
2772006
Emerging perspectives on the mechanisms, regulation, and distribution of light color acclimation in cyanobacteria
A Gutu, DM Kehoe
Molecular plant 5 (1), 1-13, 2012
1662012
RcaE is a complementary chromatic adaptation photoreceptor required for green and red light responsiveness
K Terauchi, BL Montgomery, AR Grossman, JC Lagarias, DM Kehoe
Molecular microbiology 51 (2), 567-577, 2004
1532004
DNA microarrays for studies of higher plants and other photosynthetic organisms
DM Kehoe, P Villand, S Somerville
Trends in plant science 4 (1), 38-41, 1999
1381999
New classes of mutants in complementary chromatic adaptation provide evidence for a novel four-step phosphorelay system.
DM Kehoe, AR Grossman
Journal of bacteriology 179 (12), 3914-3921, 1997
1361997
Chromatic adaptation and the evolution of light color sensing in cyanobacteria
DM Kehoe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (20), 9029-9030, 2010
1092010
Phycoerythrin-specific bilin lyase–isomerase controls blue-green chromatic acclimation in marine Synechococcus
A Shukla, A Biswas, N Blot, F Partensky, JA Karty, LA Hammad, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (49), 20136-20141, 2012
942012
A turquoise mutant genetically separates expression of genes encoding phycoerythrin and its associated linker peptides
LO Seib, DM Kehoe
Journal of bacteriology 184 (4), 962-970, 2002
852002
Two 10-bp regions are critical for phytochrome regulation of a Lemna gibba Lhcb gene promoter.
DM Kehoe, J Degenhardt, I Winicov, EM Tobin
The Plant cell 6 (8), 1123-1134, 1994
821994
Phytochrome regulated gene expression
EM Tobin, DM Kehoe
seminars in CELL BIOLOGY 5 (5), 335-346, 1994
811994
Genomic DNA microarray analysis: identification of new genes regulated by light color in the cyanobacterium Fremyella diplosiphon
EL Stowe-Evans, J Ford, DM Kehoe
Journal of bacteriology 186 (13), 4338-4349, 2004
652004
Two cyanobacterial photoreceptors regulate photosynthetic light harvesting by sensing teal, green, yellow, and red light
LB Wiltbank, DM Kehoe
mBio 7 (1), e02130-15, 2016
642016
Complementary chromatic adaptation: photoperception to gene regulation
DM Kehoe, AR Grossman
Seminars in cell biology 5 (5), 303-313, 1994
591994
Self-regulating genomic island encoding tandem regulators confers chromatic acclimation to marine Synechococcus
JE Sanfilippo, AA Nguyen, JA Karty, A Shukla, WM Schluchter, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (21), 6077-6082, 2016
532016
Lesions in phycoerythrin chromophore biosynthesis in Fremyella diplosiphon reveal coordinated light regulation of apoprotein and pigment biosynthetic enzyme gene expression
RM Alvey, JA Karty, E Roos, JP Reilly, DM Kehoe
The Plant Cell 15 (10), 2448-2463, 2003
532003
Inverse transcriptional activities during complementary chromatic adaptation are controlled by the response regulator RcaC binding to red and green light‐responsive promoters
L Li, RM Alvey, RP Bezy, DM Kehoe
Molecular microbiology 68 (2), 286-297, 2008
482008
Control of a four-color sensing photoreceptor by a two-color sensing photoreceptor reveals complex light regulation in cyanobacteria
AN Bussell, DM Kehoe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (31), 12834-12839, 2013
452013
In vivo analysis of the roles of conserved aspartate and histidine residues within a complex response regulator
L Li, DM Kehoe
Molecular microbiology 55 (5), 1538-1552, 2005
422005
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