Guus Bakkeren
Guus Bakkeren
Research Scientist, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada
Verified email at agr.gc.ca
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T‐DNA integration: a mode of illegitimate recombination in plants.
R Mayerhofer, Z Koncz‐Kalman, C Nawrath, G Bakkeren, A Crameri, ...
The EMBO journal 10 (3), 697-704, 1991
4031991
Genome comparison of barley and maize smut fungi reveals targeted loss of RNA silencing components and species-specific presence of transposable elements
JD Laurie, S Ali, R Linning, G Mannhaupt, P Wong, U Güldener, ...
The Plant Cell 24 (5), 1733-1745, 2012
1612012
Linkage of mating-type loci distinguishes bipolar from tetrapolar mating in basidiomycetous smut fungi
G Bakkeren, JW Kronstad
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (15), 7085-7089, 1994
1591994
Host-induced gene silencing of wheat leaf rust fungus Puccinia triticina pathogenicity genes mediated by the Barley stripe mosaic virus
V Panwar, B McCallum, G Bakkeren
Plant molecular biology 81 (6), 595-608, 2013
1582013
Comparison of AFLP fingerprints and ITS sequences as phylogenetic markers in Ustilaginomycetes
G Bakkeren, JW Kronstad, CA Lévesque
Mycologia 92 (3), 510-521, 2000
1342000
Endogenous silencing of Puccinia triticina pathogenicity genes through in planta‐expressed sequences leads to the suppression of rust diseases on wheat
V Panwar, B McCallum, G Bakkeren
The Plant Journal 73 (3), 521-532, 2013
1262013
Sex in smut fungi: structure, function and evolution of mating-type complexes
G Bakkeren, J Kämper, J Schirawski
Fungal Genetics and Biology 45, S15-S21, 2008
1172008
The mating-type and pathogenicity locus of the fungus Ustilago hordei spans a 500-kb region
N Lee, G Bakkeren, K Wong, JE Sherwood, JW Kronstad
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (26), 15026-15031, 1999
1101999
Conservation of the b mating-type gene complex among bipolar and tetrapolar smut fungi.
G Bakkeren, JW Kronstad
The Plant Cell 5 (1), 123-136, 1993
1101993
Comparative analysis highlights variable genome content of wheat rusts and divergence of the mating loci
CA Cuomo, G Bakkeren, HB Khalil, V Panwar, D Joly, R Linning, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 7 (2), 361-376, 2017
782017
A review of wheat leaf rust research and the development of resistant cultivars in Canada
BD McCallum, CW Hiebert, S Cloutier, G Bakkeren, SB Rosa, ...
Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 38 (1), 1-18, 2016
692016
Mating factor linkage and genome evolution in basidiomycetous pathogens of cereals
G Bakkeren, G Jiang, RL Warren, Y Butterfield, H Shin, R Chiu, R Linning, ...
Fungal Genetics and Biology 43 (9), 655-666, 2006
662006
Recovery of Agrobacterium tumefaciens T-DNA molecules from whole plants early after transfer
G Bakkeren, Z Koukolikova-Nicola, N Grimsley, B Hohn
Cell 57 (5), 847-857, 1989
661989
RNAi is a critical determinant of centromere evolution in closely related fungi
V Yadav, S Sun, RB Billmyre, BC Thimmappa, T Shea, R Lintner, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (12), 3108-3113, 2018
622018
Use of inter-simple sequence repeats and amplified fragment length polymorphisms to analyze genetic relationships among small grain-infecting species of Ustilago
JG Menzies, G Bakkeren, F Matheson, JD Procunier, S Woods
Phytopathology 93 (2), 167-175, 2003
612003
Three selectable markers for transformation of Ustilago maydis
SE Gold, G Bakkeren, JE Davies, JW Kronstad
Gene 142 (2), 225-230, 1994
611994
The pheromone cell signaling components of the Ustilago a mating-type loci determine intercompatibility between species
G Bakkeren, JW Kronstad
Genetics 143 (4), 1601-1613, 1996
601996
Using transcription of six Puccinia triticina races to identify the effective secretome during infection of wheat
M Bruce, KA Neugebauer, DL Joly, P Migeon, CA Cuomo, S Wang, ...
Frontiers in plant science 4, 520, 2014
582014
Characteristics of trypanosome variant antigen genes active in the tsetse fly
AWCA Cornelissen, GAM Bakkeren, JD Barry, PAM Michels, P Borst
Nucleic acids research 13 (13), 4661-4676, 1985
571985
An immunity-triggering effector from the barley smut fungus Ustilago hordei resides in an Ustilaginaceae-specific cluster bearing signs of transposable element-assisted evolution
S Ali, JD Laurie, R Linning, JA Cervantes-Chávez, D Gaudet, G Bakkeren
PLoS Pathog 10 (7), e1004223, 2014
552014
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