• Kenyon College (2014)

  • Plant and Microbial Biosciences

  • Elizabeth S. Haswell, Ph.D.

  • Discovering the signaling pathway triggered by the plant mechanosensitive ion channel MSL10

  • jshoots@wustl.edu

Research

G. Maksaev, J. Shoots, S. Ohri and E. S. Haswell. (2018). Nonpolar Residues in the Presumptive Pore-Lining Helix of Mechanosensitive Channel MSL10 Influence Channel Behavior and Confirm its Non-Conducting Function. Plant Direct, 2:1–13. href="https://doi.org/10.1002/pld3.59">https://doi.org/10.1002/pld3.59color="#222222">.

Graduate Publications:

Codjoe JM, Miller K, Haswell ES. 2021 Plant cell mechanobiology: greater than the sum of its parts. Plant Cell, ():koab230.

Basu D, Shoots JM, Haswell ES. 2020 Interactions between the N- and C- termini of mechanosensitive ion channel AtMSL10 are consistent with a three-step mechanism for activation. J Exp Bot, 71(14):4020-32.

Maksaev G, Shoots J, Ohri S, Haswell E. 2018 Nonpolar Residues in the Presumptive Pore-Lining Helix of Mechanosensitive Channel MSL10 Influence Channel Behavior and Confirm its Non-Conducting Function. Plant Direct, 2(6):1-10.

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