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Nasrallah, M. E., Liu, P., Nasrallah, J. B. (2002). Generation of self-incompatible Arabidopsis thaliana by transfer of two S locus gense from A. lyrata. Science 297:247-249.

Nasrallah, J. B. (2002). Recognition and rejection of self in plant reproduction. Science 296:305-308.

Kachroo, A., Nasrallah, M. E., Nasrallah, J. B. (2002). Self-incompatability in the brassicaceae: receptor-ligand signalling and cell-to-cell communication. The Plant Cell, S227-S228.

Kusaba, M., Tung, C. W., Nasrallah, M. E., Nasrallah, J. B. (2002). Monoallelic expression and dominance interactions in anthers of self-incompatible Arabidopsis lyrata. Plant Physiology 128:17-20.

Kusaba, M., Dwyer, K., Hendershot, J., Vrebalov, J., Nasrallah, J. B., Nasrallah, M. E. (2001). Self-incompatibility in the genus Arabidopsis: Characterization of the S locus in the outcrossing A. lyrata and its autogamous relative A. thaliana. The Plant Cell 13:627-643.

Fukai, E., Nishio, T., Nasrallah, M.E. (2001).Molecular genetic analysis of the candidate gene for MOD, a locus required for self-incompatibility in Brassica rapa. Mol Genet Genomics 265(3):519-525.

Dixit, R., Rizzo, C., Nasrallah, M. E., Nasrallah, J. B. (2001). The brassica MIP-MOD gene encodes a functional water channel that is expressed in the stigma epidermis. Plant Mol Biol 45(1):51-62.

Dixit, R., Nasrallah, J. B. (2001). Recognizing self in the self-incompatibility response. Plant Physiol 125(1):105-108.

Nasrallah, M. E., Yogeeswaran, K., Snyder, S., Nasrallah, J. B. (2000). Arabidopsis species hybrids in the study of species differences and evolution of amphiploidy in plants. Plant Physiol 124(4):1605-1614.

Schopfer, C. R., Nasrallah, J. B. (2000). Self-incompatibility. Prospects for a novel putative peptide-signaling molecule. Plant Physiol 124(3):935-940.

Dixit, R., Nasrallah, M. E., Nasrallah, J. B. (2000). Post-transcriptional maturation of the S receptor kinase of Brassica correlates with co-expression of the S-locus glycoprotein in the stigmas of two Brassica strains and in transgenic tobacco plants. Plant Physiol 124(1):297-311.

Nasrallah, J. B. (2000). Cell-cell signaling int he self-incompatibility response. Current Opinions in Plant Biology 3:368-373.

Kachroo, A., Schopfer, C. R., Nasrallah, M. E., Nasrallah, J. B. (2001). Allele-specific receptor-ligand interactions in brassica self-incompatibility. Science 293:1824-1826.

Casselman, A. L., Vrebalov, J., Conner, J. A., Singhal, A., Giovannoni, J., Nasrallah, M. E., Nasrallah, J. B. (2000) Determining the physical limits of the Brassica S locus by recombinational analysis. Plant Cell 12(1):23-33.

Schopfer, C. R., Nasrallah, M. E., Nasrallah, J. B. (1999). The male determinant of self-incompatibility in Brassica. Science 286:1697-1700.

This article was reviewed in: Science, 286 Nov. 1999.

Conner, J. A., Conner, P., Nasrallah, M. E., Nasrallah, J. B. (1998). Comparative mapping of the Brassica S locus region and its homeolog in Arabidopsis. Implications for the evolution of mating systems in the Brassicaceae. Plant Cell 10(5):801-812.

Casselman, A. L., Ikeda, S., Nasrallah, J. B., Nasrallah, M. E. (1998). Use of differential display in conjunction with bulked segregants to target specific genomic loci. Methods 16(4):407-414.

Yu, L.X., Nasrallah, J.B., Valenta, R., Parthasarathy, M. V. (1998). Molecular cloning and mRNA localization of tomato pollen profilin. Plant Mol Biol 36(5):699-707.

Nasrallah, J. B. (1997). Evolution of the Brassica self-incompatibility locus: a look into S-locus gene polymorphisms. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 94(18):9516-9519.

Nasrallah, J. B. (1997). Signal perception and response in the interactions of self-incompatibility in Brassica. Essays Biochem 32:143-160.

Ikeda, S., Nasrallah, J. B., Dixit, R., Preiss, S., Nasrallah, M. E. (1997). An aquaporin-like gene required for the Brassica self-incompatibility response. Science 276(5318):1564-1566.

Boyes, D. C., Nasrallah, M. E., Vrebalov, J., Nasrallah, J. B. (1997). The self-incompatibility (S) haplotypes of Brassica contain highly divergent and rearranged sequences of ancient origin. Plant Cell 9(2):237-247.

Tobias, C. M., Nasrallah, J. B. (1996). An S-locus-related gene in Arabidopsis encodes a functional kinase and produces two classes of transcripts. Plant J 10(3):523-531.

Stein, J. C., Dixit, R., Nasrallah, M. E., Nasrallah, J. B. (1996). SRK, the stigma-specific S locus receptor kinase of Brassica, is targeted to the plasma membrane in transgenic tobacco. Plant Cell 8(3):429-445.

Boyes, D. C., Nasrallah, J. B. (1995). An anther-specific gene encoded by an S locus haplotype of Brassica produces complementary and differentially regulated transcripts. Plant Cell 7(8):1283-1294.

Thorsness, M. K., Nasrallah, J. B. (1995) Cell-specific ablation in plants. Methods Cell Biol 50:439-448.