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Chiasson, D.M., Haage, K., Sollweck, K., Brachmann, A., Dietrich, P., and Parniske, M. A quantitative hypermorphic CNGC allele confers ectopic calcium flux and impairs cellular development. 2017. eLife e25012 doi: 10.7554/eLife.25012

Xu, B., Cheval, C., Laohavisit, A., Hocking, B., Chiasson, D., Olsson, T., Shirasu, K., Faulkner, C., and Gilliham, M. A calmodulin-like protein regulates plasmodesmal closure during bacterial immune responses. 2017. New Phytologist. 215(1): 77-84

Gavrin, A., Chiasson, D., Ovchinnikova, E., Kaiser, B. N., Bisseling, T. and Fedorova, E. E. VAMP721a and VAMP721d are important for pectin dynamics and release of bacteria in soybean nodules. 2016. New Phytologist. 210(3): 1011–1021

Chiasson, D.M., Loughlin, P.C., Mazurkiewicz, D., Mohammadidehcheshmeh, M., Fedorova, E.E., Okamoto, M., McLean, E., Glass, A.D.M, Smith, S.E., Bisseling, T., Tyerman, S.D., Day, D.A., and Kaiser, B.N. Soybean SAT1 (Symbiotic Ammonium Transporter 1) encodes a bHLH transcription factor involved in nodule growth and NH4+ transport. 2014. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111(13): 4814-4819. Recommended for F1000Prime

Bender, K.W., Dobney, S., Ogunrinde, A., Chiasson, D.M., Mullen, R.T., Teresinski, H.J., Singh, P., Munro, K., Steven, S.P., Snedden, W.A. The calmodulin-like protein CML43 functions as a salicylic-acid-inducible root-specific Ca2+ sensor in Arabidopsis. 2014. Biochemical Journal. 457(1): 127-136.

DeFalco, T., Chiasson, D, Munro, K., Kaiser, B.N., and Snedden, W. Biochemical characterization of the soybean calmodulin-binding receptor-like kinase GmCaMK1 and the CaMK family of plants. 2010. FEBS Letters. 584: 4717-4724.

Dobney, S., Chiasson, D., Lam, P., Smith, S., and Snedden, W. The calmodulin-related calcium sensor CML42 plays a role in trichome branching. 2009. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 284: 31647-31657. Cover Image of Journal

Chiasson, D., Ekengren, S., Martin, G., and Snedden. W. Calmodulin-like proteins from Arabidopsis and tomato are involved in host defense against Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato. 2005. Plant Molecular Biology. 58: 887-897.

Hubbard, C., Garbary, D.J., Kim, K.Y., and Chiasson, D. Host specificity and growth of kelp gametophytes symbiotic with filamentous red algae (Ceramiales, Rhodophyta). 2004. Helgoland Marine Research. 58: 18-25.