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1. Friesen, J. D., N. P. Fiil, P. P. Dennis, W. L. Downing, G. An and E. W. Holowachuk, 1980. Biosynthetic regulation of rplJ, rplL, rpoB, and rpoC in E. coli. In Ribosomes: Structure, function, and genetics, ed. G. Chambliss, G. R. Graven, J. Davies, K. Davis, L. Kahan and M. Nomura, pp. 719-742. University Park Press, Baltimore.

2. An, G., 1987. Binary Ti vectors for plant transformation and promoter analysis. In Methods in Enzymology vol 153, 292-305. Recombinant DNA, Part D, eds. R. Wu and L. Grossman, Academic Press.

3. An. G., P. R. Ebert, A. Mitra, and S. B. Ha, 1988. Binary vectors. In Plant Molecular Biology Manual, eds. S.B.Gelvin, and R.A.Schilperoort, A3/1-18. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.

4. Thornburg, R. W., G. An, T. E. Cleveland and C. A. Ryan, 1987. Characterization and expression of a wound-inducible proteinase inhibitor II gene from potato. In Tailoring Plant Genes. eds. T. Kasuge and G. Bruening, Plenum Press. pp. 121-132.

5. An, G., R. Thornburg, R. Johnson, G. Hall, and C. A. Ryan, 1988. A possible role for 3' sequences of the wound-inducible potato proteinase inhibitor II-K gene in regulating gene expression. In NATO Conference Proceeding. eds. P. von Weldstein and N -H. Chun. Plenum Pub., N.Y. pp. 377-383.

6. Poovaiah, B. W., A. S. N. Reddy, G. An, Y. J. Choi and Z. Q. Wang, 1992. Calmodulin gene expression and Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II in plants. In Progess in plant growth Regulation. eds. C. M. Karssen, L. C. Van Loon, and D. Vreugdenhil. Kluwer Academic Pub., Nehterlands. pp. 691-702.

7. 김규원, 김인수, 김재헌, 김호일, 박용구, 박효근, 백기엽, 손재근, 안진흥, 유장열, 은종선, 이부영, 이용헌, 정근식, 정재동, 정태영, 조무제, 최광태, 최인성, 하지홍, 한창열, 홍주봉, 황백, 1992. 생물공학, 식물편, 경북대학교 출판부

8. An, G. and Y. Kim, 1993. Techniques for isolating and characterizing plant transcription promoters, enhancers and terminators. In Methods in Plant Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. eds. J.E. Thompson and B.R. Glick, CGC Press. pp. 155-166.

9. An, G., 1994. Binary Ti Plasmid Vectors. In Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol 44: Agrobacterium Protocols. eds. K. M. A. Gartland and M. R. Davey, Humana Press Inc., Totowa, New Jersey, USA. pp. 47-58.
10. 정재동, 김영희, 김인수, 김병철, 김호일, 남홍길, 박용구, 백기협, 선정훈, 손성호, 손재근, 안진흥, 이부영, 이용현, 정일경, 정근식, 정태영, 채쾌, 최광태, 피재호, 한창렬, 홍주봉, 황백 1996. 최신생물공학, 식물편, 경북대학교 출판부

11. Nam HG, An G, 1999. Plant Molecular Biology Methods. Academy Press.

12. An G, Jeon JS, Lee S, Jung K-H, Jun S-H, Jeong D-H, Lee J, Jang S, Lee S, Yang K, Lee B, Moon S, An K,
Han M, Yu J-H, Lee N, An S-Y, Park S-H, Song E-S, Park I-S,Lee H-S, 2001.
Generation of T-DNA insertional tagging lines in rice. In Rice Genetics IV. eds.
Khush GS, Brar DS, Hardy B, Science Publication, Inc. New Delhi. India pp. 253-262.

13. An, G. 2002. Rice functional genomics by T-DNA insertional mutagenesis. Asia Pacific Biotech News 6: 926-929.

14. An G. 2002. Functional genomics of rice by T-DNA tagging.In Plant Biotechnology 2002 and Beyond,
Proceedings of the 10th IAPTC&B Congress. ed, Vasil IK, Kluwer Academic Pub. Dordrecht pp. 197-200.

15. Leung H, An G. 2004. Rice functioanl genomics: large-scale gene discovery and applications to crop improvement.
Advances in Agronomy 82: 55-111

16. Jeon J-S, Kang H-G, An G. 2004. Tools for gene tagging and mutagenesis.
Handbook of Plant Bitechnology 1: 103-125

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1. An, G., 1992. Current status and future perspectives of biotechnology using plant tissue cultire techniques. Korean J. Plant Tissue Culture 19, 55-58.

2. An, G., 1992. Current status and future perspectives of biotechnology using plant tissue cultire techniques (II). Korean J. Plant Tissue Culture 19, 255-259.

3. An, G., 1993. Current status and future perspectives of biotechnology using plant tissue cultire techniques. Korean J. Plant Tissue Culture 20, 59-62.

4. 정운복, 하지홍, 정재동, 안진흥, 김창길, 1993. 꽃담배에서의 프로타제 저하제 II와 β-glucuronidase 융합유전자의 발현. Korean J. Plant Tissue Culture 20, 239-246.

5. Kim, S.-R., An. G. 1996. Characterization of an Easter lily calmodulin cDNA clone. J. Plant Biol. 39: 9-13.

6. Kim, S.-R., An. G. 1996. Isolation and characterization of a pollen-specific cDNA clone from Easter lily. J. Plant Biol. 39: 197-202.

7. 정운복, 하지홍, 정재동, 안진흥, 김창길, 1993. 꽃담배에서의 프로타제 저하제 II와 β-glucuronidase 융합유전자의 발현. Korean J. Plant Tissue Culture 20, 239-246.

8. Poovaiah, B.W., Wang, D., Takezawa, D., Sathyanarayanan, P.V., An, G 1997. Calcium-mediated sinaling in plants: calmodulin and Ca2+/Calmodulin-dependent protein kinase. J. Plant Biology 40, 190-197.

9. Sung, S-K, An, G. 1997. Trends of genetic study of forest tree and development of useful traits for apple biotechnology. J. Plant Biology 40, 164-169.

10. 정운복, 하지홍, 정재동, 안진흥, 김창길, 1993. 꽃담배에서의 프로타제 저하제 II와 β-glucuronidase 융합유전자의 발현. Korean J. Plant Tissue Culture 20, 239-246.

11. Kim, C. K., Chung, J. D., An, G. 1998. The introduction of proteinase inhibitor II (PI-II) gene into flowering cabbage, Brassica oleracea var. acephala DC. 식물조직배양학회지 25, 45-50.

12. Hong, S.-T., Chung, J.-E., An, G., Kim, S.-R. (1998) Analysis of 176 expressed sequence tags generated from cDNA clones of hot pepper by single-pass sequencing. J. Plant Biol. 41, 116-124.

13. Nam J, Lee YK, Oak JH, An G, Lee IK, 1999.  Identification of MADS genes from a brown alga, Sargassum fuvellum. J. Plant Biol. 42(1): 81-84.

14. Jang S, An G, 1999. NsMADS1, a member of the MADS gene family from Nicotiana Sylvestris. J. Plant Biol. 42(1): 85-87.

15. Jeong, D-H, Sung S-H, An G, 1999. Molecular cloning and characterization of CONSTANS-link cDNA clones of the Fuji apple. J Plant Biol. 42(1): 23-31.

16. Dai Z, An K, Edward GE, An G, 1999. Functional role of CAAT box element of the nopaline synthase (nos) promoter. J. Plant Biol. 42(2): 181-185.

17. Lee S, Jeon J-S, Jung K-H, An G, 1999. Binary vectors for efficient transformation of rice. J. Plant Biol. 42(4): 310-316.

18. An K, An G. 2000. Overriding photoperiod sensitivity of flowering time by constitutive expression of a MADS box gene. J. Plant Biol. 43(1): 28-32.

19. Kim SJ, Lee M-I, An G, Kim S-R, 2000. Differential expression of the potato proteinase inhibitor II promoter in transgenic tobacco. J. Plant Biol. 43(1): 48-55.

20. Lee YK, An G, Lee IK, 2000. Antibiotics resistance of a red alga, Griffithsia japonica. J Plant Biology 43(3): 179-182.

21. Choi Y-J, Shomura A, Sasaki T, An G, Chung Y-Y, 2000. Molecular characterization of an anther-preferential gene from rice. J Plant Biology 43(4): 232-237.

22. Song KJ, Ahn SY, Hwang J-H, Shin YU, Park SW, An G, 2000. Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of McIntosh Wijcik apple. J. Korean Society for Hortultural Science. 41(6): 541-544.

23. Yang K, Jeong D-H, Jang S, An G, 2001. Molecular cloning and characterization of a rice PP2C, OsPP2C4. J Plant Biol 44(1): 1-6.

24. Kim J, Jun S-H, Lee J, Kang H-G, An G, 2001. Expressed sequence tags and mRNA expression levels of tagged cDNA from watermelon anthers and developing seeds. J Plant Biol 44(3): 172-177.

25. Kim NR, An G, Park MC, 2001. High-frequency regeneration and transformation of Raphanus sativus. J Plant Biol 44(4): 231-235

26. Park MC, Shin J, Kim N, Cho H, Park S, An K, Lee S, An G, 2003. High-frequency Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation of tongil rice varieties. J Plant Biol 46(1): 23-30.

27. Kim S-R, Lee S, Kang H-G, Jeon J-S, Kim K-M, An G, 2003. A Complete Sequence of the pGA1611 Binary Vector. J Plant Biol 46: 211-214.

28. Park SH, Jun S-S, An G, Hong Y-N, Park MC. 2003. A Comparative study on the protective role of trehalose and LEA proteinsagainst abiotic stresses in transgenic chinese cabbage (Brassica campestris) overexpressing CaLEA or otsA. J Plant Biol 46: 277-286

29. Hong JP, Kim SM, Ryu MY, Choe S, Park PB, An G, Kim WT. 2005. Structure and expression of OsMRE11 in rice. Journal of Plant Biology 48(2): 229-236

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1. An, G. and L. C. Vining, 1978 Intracellular levels of ppGpp and pppGpp in cultures of Streptomyces griseus producing streptomycin. Can. J. Microbiol. 24; 502-511.

2. An, G., J. Justesen, R. J. Watson, and J. D. Friesen, 1979. Cloning the spoT gene of E. coli: Identification of the spoT gene product. J. Bacteriol. 137; 1100-1110.

3. Storm, R., J. B. McNeil, P. S. Khandeker, G. An, J. Parker, and J. D. Friesen, 1979. Chimeric plasmids for direct cloning of DNA sequences in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J. Bacteriol. 140; 73-82.

4. An,G. and J. D. Friesen, 1979. Plasmid vehicles for direct cloning of E. coli promoters. J. Bacteriol. 140; 400-407.

5. An, G. and J. D. Friesen, 1980. The nucleotide sequence of tufB and four nearby tRNA structural genes of E. coli. Gene 12; 33-39.

6. An, G. and J. D. Friesen, 1980. Characterization of promoter-cloning plasmids: Analysis of operon structure in the rif region and isolation of an enhanced internal promoter mutant of Escherichia coli. J. Bacteriol. 144; 904-916.

7. An, G., B. R. Glick, J. D. Friesen, and M. C. Ganoza, 1980. Identification and quantification of elongation factor EF-P in E. coli cell-free extracts. Can. J. Biochem. 58; 1312-1314.

8. Lee, J. L., G. An, and J. D. Friesen, 1981. Location of tufB promoter of Escherichia coli: Cotranscription of tufB with four transfer RNA genes. Cell, 25; 251-258.

9. An, G., J. S. Lee, and J. D. Friesen, 1981. Evidence for an internal promoter preceding tufA in the str operon of E. coli. J. Bacteriol. 149; 548-553.

10. An, G., D. S. Bendiak, L. A. Mamelak, and J. D. Friesen, 1981. Organization and nucleotide sequence of a new ribosomal operon in E. coli containing the genes for ribosomal protein S2 and elongation factor Ts. Nucleic Acids Res. 9; 4163-4172.

11. Lee, J. L. , G. An, J. D. Friesen, and K. Isono, 1981. Cloning and the nucleotide sequence of the genes for E. coli ribosomal protein L28 (rpmB) and L33 (rpmG). Mol. Gen. Genet. 184; 218-223.

12. An, G., K. Hidaka, and L. Siminovitch, 1982. Expression of bacterial b-galactosidase in animal cells. Mol. Cell. Biol. 2; 1628-1632.

13. Friesen, J. D., M. Torpak, and G. An, 1983. Mutation in the rplJ reader of E. coli that abolish feedback regulation. Cell 32; 361-369.

14. Friesen, J. D., G. An, and N. Fiil, 1983. The lethal effect of a plasmid resulting from transcriptional readthrough of rplJ from rplKA operon in E. coli. Mol. Gen. Genet. 189; 275-281.

15. Hidaka, K., G. An, P. Ip, M. Kuwana, and L. Siminovitch, 1985. Amphotericin B enhances efficiency of DNA-mediated gene transfer in mammalian cells. Somatic Cell Genet. 11; 109-115.

16. An, G., B. D. Watson, S. Stachal, M. P. Gordon, and E. W. Nester, 1985. New cloning vehicles for transformation of higher plants. EMBO J. 4; 277-284.

17. Stachal, S., G. An, C. Flores, and E. W. Nester, 1985. Tn3-lacZ transposon for random generation of ¥â-galactosidase gene fusion: Application to the analysis of gene expression in Agrobacterium. EMBO J. 4; 891-898.

18. An, G., 1985. High efficiency transformation of cultured tobacco cells. Plant Physiology 79; 568-570.

19. An, G., 1986. Development of plant promoter expression vectors and their use for analysis of differential activity of nopaline synthase promoter in transformed tobacco cells. Plant Physiology 81; 86-91.

20. An, G., B. D. Watson, and C. C. Chaing, 1986. Transformation of tobacco, tomato, potato and Arabidopsis thaliana using a binary Ti vector system. Plant Physiology 81; 301-305.

21. An G., P. R. Ebert, B.-Y. Yi, and C.-H. Choi, 1986. Both TATA box and the upstream regions are required for the nos promoter activity in transformed tobacco plants. Mol. Gen. Genet. 203; 245-250.

22. Lee, J. M. and G. An, 1986. Industrial application and genetic engineering of plant cell cultures. Enzyme and Microbial Technology 8; 260-265.

23. Ryan, C. A., G. Pearce, G. An, and R. W. Thornburg, 1987. The regulation of expression of proteinase inhibitor genes in food crops. Acta Horticulturae 207, 31-39.

24. An, G., 1987. A potential Z-DNA-forming sequence is an essential upstream element of a plant promoter. BioEssays 7, 211-214.

25. An, G., 1987. Integrated regulation of photosynthetic gene family from Arabidopsis thaliana in transformed tobacco cells. Mol. Gen. Genet. 207, 210-216.

26. Thornburg, R. W., G. An, T. E. Cleveland, R. Johnson, and C. A. Ryan, 1987. Wound-inducible expression of potato inhibitor II-chloramphenicol acetyltransferase gene fusion in transgenic tobacco plants. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 84, 744-748.

27. Ebert, P. R., S. B. Ha, and G. An, 1987. Identification of a novel upstream element in the nopaline synthase promoter by stable and transient assays. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 84, 5745-5749.

28. Ha, S. B. and G. An, 1988. Identification of upstream regulatory elements involved in the developmental expression of the Arabidopsis thaliana cab1 gene. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 85, 8017-8021.

29. An, G., M. A. Costa, A. Mitra, S. B. Ha, and L. Marton, 1988. Organ-specific and developmental regulation of the nopaline synthase promoter in transgenic tobacco plants. Plant Physiol. 88, 547-552.

30. Ryan, C. A. and G. An, 1988. Molecular biology of proteinase inhibitors in plants. Plant, Cell and Environment. 11, 345-349.

31. Ha, S. B. and G. An, 1989. Cis-acting regulatory elements controlling temporal and organ-specific activity of nopaline synthase promoter. Nucleic Acids Res. 17, 215-223.

32. An, G., A. Mitra, H. K. Choi, M. A. Costa, K. An, R. W. Thornburg, and C. A. Ryan, 1989. Functional analysis of the 3' control region of the potato wound-inducible proteinase inhibitor II gene. The Plant Cell 1, 115-122.

33. Mitra, A. and G. An, 1989. Three distinct regulatory elements comprise the upstream promoter region of the nopaline synthase gene. Mol. Gen. Genet. 215, 294-299.

34. Mitra, A., H. K. Choi, and G. An, 1989. Structural and functional analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana chlorophyll a/b binding protein (cab) promoters. Plant Mol. Biol. 12, 169-179.

35. Choi, H. K., A. Kleinhofs, and G. An, 1989. Nucleotide sequence of rice nitrate reductase genes. Plant Mol. Biol. 13, 731-733.

36. Johnson, R., J. Narvaez, G. An, and C. A. Ryan, 1989. Expression of proteinase inhibitors I and II in transgenic tobacco plants: Effects on natural defense against Manduca sexta larvae. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 86, 9871-9875.

37. Schmidt, A. J., J. M. Lee, and G. An, 1989. Media and environmental effects on phenolics production from tobacco cell cultures. Biotech. Bioeng. 33, 1437-1444.

38. Hooker, B. S., J. M. Lee, and G. An, 1989. The response of plant tissue culture to a high shear environment. Enzyme Microb. Technol. 11, 484-490.

39. Palm, C. J., M. A. Costa, G. An, and C. A. Ryan, 1990. Wound-inducible nuclear protein binds DNA fragments that regulate a proteinase inhibitor II gene from potato. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 87, 603-607.

40. An, G., M. A. Costa, and S. -B. Ha, 1990. Nopaline synthase promoter is wound-inducible and auxin-inducible. Plant Cell 2,225-233.

41. Hogue, R. S., J. M. Lee, and G. An, 1990. Production of a foreign protein product with genetically modified plant cells. Enzyme Microb. Technol. 12, 533-538.

42. Hooker, B. S., J. M. Lee, and G. An, 1990. Cultivation of plant cells in a stirred vessel: Effect of impeller design. Biotech. Bioeng. 35, 296-304.

43. Aryan, A. P., G. An, and T. W. Okita, 1991. Structural and functional analysis of promoter from gliadin an endosperm specific storage gene of Triticum aestivum L. Mol. Gen. Genet. 225, 65-71.

44. Czako, M. and G. An, 1991. Expression of DNA coding for diphtheria toxin chain A is toxic to plant cells. Plant Physiol. 95, 687-692.

45. Kim, S. -R., M. A. Costa, and G. An, 1991. Sugar response element enhances wound response of potato proteinase inhibitor II promoter in transgenic tobacco. Plant Mol. Biol. 17, 973-983.

46. Gao, J., J. M. Lee, and G. An, 1991. The stability of the foreign protein production from genetically modified plant cells. Plant Cell Reports 10, 533-536.

47. Kim, S. -R., Y. Kim, M. A. Costa, and G. An, 1992. Inhibition of sucrose effect of the potato proteinase inhibitor II promoter by salicylic acid. Plant Physiol. 98, 1479-1483.

48. Kim, S. -R., J.-L. Choi, M. A. Costa, and G. An, 1992. Identification of G-box sequence as an essential element for methyl jasmonate response of potato proteinase inhibitor II promoter. Plant Physiol. 99, 627-631.

49. Kim, Y. and G, An, 1992. Pollen-specific expression of Arabidopsis thaliana a1-tubulin promoter assayed by GUS, CAT, and diphtheria toxin reporter genes. Transgenic Research 1, 188-194.

50. Reddy, A.S.N., J.C. Andrew, G. An, and B.W. Poovaiah, 1992. Cloning of the cDNA for U1 small nuclear ribonuleeeeeoprotein particle 70K protein from Arabidopsis thaliana. Biochim. Biophy. Acta 1171, 88-92.

51. Gao, J., S. -R. Kim, J. M. Lee, and G. An 1993. Nucleotide sequences of 60S ribosomal protein L17 from tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) Plant Physiol 103, 1027-1028.

52. Kim, S. -R., Y. Kim, and G. An, 1993. Molecular cloning and characterization of pollen-preserential gene encoding putative actin depolymerizing factor. Plant Mol Biol. 21, 39-45.

53. Kim, S. -R., Y. Kim, and G. An, 1993. Identification of methyl jasmonate and salicylic acid response elements from nopaline synthese (nos) promoter. Plant Physiol. 103, 97-103.

54. Choi, Y.J., Lim, C. O., Shin, P.G., Gal, S.W., Bahk, J.D., An, G., Cho, M. J., 1993. Structural organization and sequence analysis of the calmodulin genes from rice. Molecules and Cells 3, 225-262.

55. Kim, Y, K. Buckley, M. A. Costa, and G. An, 1994. A 20 nucleotide upstream element is essential for the nopaline synthase (nos) promoter activity. Plant Mol. Biol. 24, 105-117.

56. Kim, S. -R., D. Finkel, Chung, Y. -Y., and G. An, 1994. Abundance patterns of lily pollen cDNAs: characterization of three pollen-preferential cDNA clones. Sex. Plant Reprod.7, 76-86.

57. Gao, J., S.-R. Kim, Y.-Y. Chung, J.M. Lee, and G. An, 1994. Developmental and environmental regulation of two ribosomal protein genes in tobacco. Plant Mol. Biol.25, 761-770.

58. Chung, Y.-Y., S.-R. Kim, D. Finkel, M.F. Yanofsky, and G. An, 1994. Early flowering and reduced apical dominance result from ectopic expression of a rice MADS box gene. Plant Mol. Biol. 26, 657-665.

59. An, G., 1994. Regulatory genes controlling flowering time or floral organ development. Plant Mol. Biol. 25, 335-337.

60. An, G., Y.-Y. Chung, S.-R. Kim, H.G. Kang, and H.S. Gupta, 1994. MADS box genes in rice. Flowering Newsletter 18, 33-37.

61. Takezawa, D., Z.H. Liu, G. An, and B.W. Poovaiah, 1995. Calmodulin gene family in potato: developmental and touch-induced expression of the mRNA encoding a novel isoform. Plant Mol. Biol. 27: 693-703.

62. Chung, Y.-Y., S.-R. Kim, H.-G. Kang, Noh, Y.-S., Park, M.C., Finkel, D., and G. An, 1995. Characterization of two rice MADS bos genes homologous to GLOBOSA. Plant Science, 109:45-56.

63. Kang, H.-G., Y.-S. Noh, Y.-Y. Chung, M.A. Costa, K. An, and G. An, 1995. Phenotypic alterations of petal and sepal by ectopic expression of a rice MADS box gene in tobacco. Plant Mol. Biol. 29: 1-10.

64. Dai, Z. and G. An, 1995. induction of nopaline synthase promoter activity by H2O2 has no direct correlation with salicylic acid. Plant Physiol. 109: 1191-1197A.

65. Wahl, M.F., G. An, and J.M. Lee, 1995. Effects of dimethyl sulfoxide on heavy chain monoclonal antibody production from plant cell culture. Biotechnology Letters 17: 463-368.

66. Chung, Y. -Y., Magnuson, N.S., An, 1995. Subcellular localization of actin depolymerizing factor in mature and gedrminating pollen. Molecules and Cells 5, 224-229.

67. Magnuson, N.S., Linzmaier, M.L., Gao, J.-W., Reeves, R., An, G., Lee, J.M., 1996. Enhanced recovery of a secreted mammalian protein from suspension culture of genetically modified tobacco cells. Protein Expression and Purification 7: 220-228.

68. Sung, S. -K., Chae, S., An, G. 1996. Identification and characterization of self incompatibility genes in the Fuji apple. Mol. Cells 6: 215-220.

69. Choi, Y. J., Cho, E. K., Lee, S. I., Lim., C. O., Gal, S. W., Cho, M. J., An, G. 1996. Developmentally regulated expression of the rice calmodulin promoter in transgenic tobacco plants. Mol. Cells 6: 541-546.

70. Poovaiah, B.W., Takezawa, D., An, G., Han, T.-J. 1996. Regulated expression of a calmidulin isoform alters growth and development in potato. J. Plant Physiol. 149: 553-558.

71. Dai, Z., Gao, J., An, K., Lee, J.M., Edwards, G.E., An, G. 1996. Promoter elements controlling developmental and environmental regulation of a tobacco ribosomal protein gene L34. Plant Mol. Biol., 32: 1055-1065.

72. Sung, S. -K., An, G. 1997. Molecular cloning and characterization of a MADS-box cDNA clone of the Fuji apple. Plant Cell Physiol., 38, 484-489.

73. Bhattacharjee, B., An, G., Gupta, H.S., 1997. Fertile transgenic indica rice produced by expression of maize ubiquitin promoter-bar chmaeric gene in the protoplasts. Plant Biochem. Biotech. 6, 69-73.

74. Kang, H.-G., An, G. 1997. Isolation and characterization of a rice MADS box gene belonging to the AGL2 gene family. Molecules and Cells 7, 45-51.

75. Kim Y., An, G. 1997. Characterization of a hexamer motif and b element of the nopaline synthase (nos) promoter. Molecules and Cells 7, 84-89.

76. Kang, H.-G., Jang, S., Chung, J.-E., Cho, Y.-G., An, G. 1997. Characterization of two rice MADS box genes that control flowering time. Mol. Cells 7, 559-566.

77. Kang, H.-G., Jeon, J.-S., Lee, S., An. G. 1998. Identification of class B and class C floral organ identity genes from rice plants. Plant Mol. Biol. 38 (6), 1012-1029.

78. Chung, Y.-Y., Lee, K.J., An, G. 1998. Characterization of a tobacco MADS-box gene homologous to AGL2. Mol. Cells, 6, 764-769.

79. Moon, Y.-H., Chae, S., Jung, J.-Y., An, G. 1998. Express sequence tags of radish flower buds and characterization of a CONSTANS LIKE 1 gene. Mol. Cells. 8, 452-458.

80. Sung, S.-K., Jeong, D.-H., Nam, J., Kim, S.-H., Kim, S.-R., An, G. 1998. Expressed sequence tags of fruits peels, and carpels and analysis of mRNAs expression levels of the tagged cDNAs of fruits from the Fuji apple. Mol. Cells, 8 (5): 565-577.

81. Nancy S. Magnuson, P. Michael Linzmaier, Raymond Reeves, Gynheung An, Kent HayGlass, and James M. Lee, 1998. Secretion of Biologically Active Human Interleukin-2 and Interleukin-4 from Genetically Modified Tobacco Cells in Suspension Culture. Protein Expression and Purification. 13, 45-52.

82. Yu, G.-H., Sung, S.-K., An. G. 1998. The nopaline synthase promoter is inducible by UV-B radiation through a pathway dependent on reactive oxygen species. Plant, Cell Environment. 21, 1163-1171.

83. Jeon, J.-S., Chung, Y.-Y., Lee, S., An, G. 1999. Isolation and characterization of an anther-specific gene, RA8, from rice (Oryza sativa L.). Plant Mol. Biol. 39 (1), 35-44.

84. Moon, Y.-H., Jung, J.-Y., Kang, H.-G., An, G. 1999. Identification of a rice APETALA3 homolog by yeat two-hybrid screening. Plant Mol Biol., 40, 167-177.

85. Sung, S.-K, Yu, G.-H., An, G. 1999. Characterization of MdMADS2, a member of the SQUAMOSA family gene, in the apple. Plant Physiology, 120, 969-978.

86. Moon, Y.-H., Kang, H.-G., Jung, J,-Y., Jeon, J.-S., Sung, S.-K., An, G. 1999. Determination of the motif responsible for interaction between rice AP1/AGL9 family proteins using yeast two-hybrid system. Plant Physiology, 120, 1193-1203.

87. Cho S., Jang S., Chae S., Chung, K. M., Moon, Y.-H, An, G., Jang., S. K. 1999. Analysis of the C-terminal region of Arabidopsis thaliana APETALA1 as a transcription activation domain. Plant Mol. Biol. 40: 419-429.

88. Kang, H.-G., Jun, S.-H., Kim, J., Kawaide, H., Kamiya, Y., An, G. 1999. Cloning and molecular analyses of a gibberellin 20-oxidase gene expressed specifically in the developing seeds of watermelon. Plant Physiol. 121: 373-382.

89. Jang S, Moon YH, Chung Y-Y, An G, 1999. Ectopic expression of tobacco MADS box genes modulates flowering time and plant architecture. Mol Cells 9: 576-586

90. Kim C, Jeong D, An G. 2000. Molecular cloning and characterization of OsLRK1 encoding a putative receptor-like protein kinase from Oryza sativa. Plant Science 152: 17-26.

91. Jeon J-S, Lee S, Jung K-H, Jun S-H, Jeong D-H, Lee J, Kim C, Jang S, Lee S-Y, Yang K, Nam J-M, An K, Han M-J, Sung R-J, Choi H-S, Yu J-W, Choi J-H, Cho S-Y, Cha S-S, An G. 2000. T-DNA insertional mutagenesis for functional genomics in rice. Plant J. 22 (6): 561-570.

92. Jeon J-S, Jang S, Lee S, Nam J, Kim C, Lee S-H, Chung Y-Y, Kim S-R, Lee YH, Cho Y-G, An G. 2000. leafy hull sterile (lhs1) is a homeotic mutation in a rice MADS box gene affecting rice flower development. Plant Cell 12 (6): 871-884.

93. Jeon J-S, Lee S, Jung K-H, Jun S-H, Kim C, An G, 2000. Tissue-preferential expression of a rice alpha-tubulin gene, OsTubA1, mediated by the first intron. Plant Physiology 123: 1005-1014.

94. Sung S-K, Yu G-H, Nam J, Jeong D-H, An G, 2000. Developmentally regulated expression of two MADS-box genes, MdMADS3 and MdMADS4, in the morphogenesis of flower buds and fruits in apple. Planta 210(4): 519-528.

95. Lee HJ, Lee SB, Chung JS, Han SU, Han O, Guh JO, Jeon JS, An G, Back K, 2000. Transgenic rice plants expressing a Bacillus subtillis protoporphyrinogen oxidase gene are resistant to diphenyl ether herbicide oxyfluorfen. Plant Cell Physiol. 41(6): 743-749.

96. Yu G-H, An G, 2000. Regulatory roles of benzyl adenine and sucrose during wound response of the ribosomal protein gene, rpL34. Plant Cell Environment 23(12): 1363-1371.

97. Lim J, Moon Y-H, An G, Jang SK, 2000. Two rice MADS domain proteins interact with OsMADS1. Plant Mol. Biol. 44: 513-527.

98. Jeon J-S, Lee S, Jung K-H, Yang W-S, Yi G-H, Oh B-G, An G, 2000. Production of transgenic plants showing reduced heading date and plant height by ectopic expression of rice MADS-box genes. Molecular Breeding 6: 581-592.

99. Sung S-K, Moon Y-H, Chung J-E, Lee S-Y, Park HK, An G, 2001. Characterization of MADS box genes from hot pepper. Mol Cells 11(3): 352-359.

100. Jeon J-S, An G, 2001. (Review article) Gene tagging in rice: a high throughput system for functional genomics. Plant Science 161: 211-219.

101. Kim JY, Seo YS, Kim JE, Sung S-K, Song KJ, An G, Kim WT, 2001. Two polyphenol oxidases are differentially expressed during vegetative and reproductive development and in response to wounding in the Fuji apple. Plant Science 161: 1145-1152.

102. Kang H-G, Jun S-H, Kim J, Kawaide H, Kamiya Y, An G, 2002. Cloning of gibberellin 3 β-hydroxylase cDNA and analysis of endogenous gibberellins in the developing seeds in watermelon. Plant Cell Physiol 43: 152-158.

103. Jang S, An K, Lee S, An G, 2002. Characterization of tobacco MADS-box genes involved in floral initiation. Plant Cell Physiol 43: 230-238.

104. Jeong D-H, An S, Kang H-G, Moon S, Han J-J, Park S, Lee HS, An K, An G, 2002. T-DNA insertional mutagenesis for activation tagging in rice. Plant Physiol 130: 1636-1644.

105. Kim J, Jun S-H, Kang H-G, Lee J, An G. 2002. Molecular characterization of a GA-inducible gene, CvSUS1, in developing watermelon seeds. Mol Cells 14: 255-260.

106. Kim J, Kang H-G, Jun S-H, Lee J, Yim J, An G. 2003. CvADH1, a member of short-chain alcohol dehydrogenase family, is inducible by gibberellin and sucrose in developing watermelon seeds. Plant Cell Physiol 44: 85-92.

107. Sasaki A, Itoh H, Gomi K, Ueguchi-Tanaka M, Ishiyama K, Kobayashi M, Jeong D-H, An G, Kitano H, Ashikari M, Matsuoka M. 2003. Accumulation of phosphorylated repressor for gibberellin signaling in an F-box mutant. Science 299: 1896-1898.

108. Muthukalianan GK, Lee S, Yum H, Ku S, Kwun M, Kang HG, An G, Chung Y-Y. 2003. Identification of anther-specific gene expression from T-DNA tagging rice. Mol Cells 15: 102-107

109. Jung K-H, Hur J, Ryu C-H, Choi Y, Chung Y-Y, Miyao A, Hirochika H, An G. 2003. Characterization of a rice chlorophyll-deficient mutant using the T-DNA gene-trap system. Plant Cell Physiol 44(5): 463-472

110. Han J-J, An G. 2003. Flower-preferential poly(A) binding (PAB) protein gene from rice. Plant Science 165: 103-112

111. Kim S-R, Lee J, Jun S-H, Park S, Kang H-G, Kwon S, An G. 2003. Transgene structures in T-DNA-inserted rice plants. Plant Mol Biol 52: 761-773

112. Lee S, Jeon J-S, An K, Moon Y-H, Lee S, Chung Y-Y, An G. 2003. Alteration of floral organ identity in rice through ectopic expression of OsMADS16. Planta 217: 904-911

113. An S, Park S, Jeong D-H, Lee D-Y, Kang H-G, Yu J-H, Hur J, Kim S-R, Kim Y-H, Lee M, Han S, Kim S-J, Yang J, Kim E, Wi SJ, Chung HS, Hong J-P, Choe V, Lee H-K, Choi J-H, Nam J, Kim S-R, Park P-B, Park KY, Kim WT, Choe S, Lee C-B, An G. 2003. Generation and analysis of end-sequence database for T-DNA tagging lines in rice. Plant Physiol 133: 2040-2047

114. Jang S, Lee B, Kim C, Kim S-J, Yim J, Han J-J, Lee S, Kim S-R, An G. 2003. The OsFOR1 gene encodes a polygalacturonase-inhibiting protein (PGIP) that regulates floral organ number in rice. Plant Mol Biol 53: 357-369

115. Lee S, Kim J, Son J-S, Nam J, Jeong D-H, Lee K, Jang S, Yoo J, Lee J, Lee D-Y, Kang H-G, An G, 2003. Systematic reverse genetic screening of T-DNA tagged genes in rice for functional genomic analyses: MADS-box genes as a test case. Plant Cell Physiol 44: 1403-1411

116. Nam J, Kim J, Kee S, An G, Ma H, Nei M, 2004. M-type MADS-box genes have experienced a faster birth-and-death evolution than MIKC-type MADS-box genes in angiosperms. PNAS 101: 1910-1915

117. Lee S-C, Kim J-Y, Kim S-H, Kim S-J, Lee K, Han S-K, Choi H-S, Jeong D-H, An G, Kim S-R, 2004. Trapping and characterization of cold-responsive genes from T-DNA tagging lines in rice. Plant Science 166: 69-79

118. Jun S-H, Han M-J, Lee S, Seo YS, Kim WT, An G. 2004. OsEIN2 is a positive component in ethylene signaling in rice. Plant Cell Physiol 45: 281-289

119. Lee S, Kim J, Han J-J, Han M-J, An G. 2004. Functional analyses of the flowering time gene OsMADS50, the putative SUPPRESSOR OF OVEREXPRESSION OF CO 1/AGAMOUS-LIKE 20 (SOC1/AGL20) ortholog in rice. Plant J 38: 754-764

120. Hur J, Jung K-H, Lee C-H, An G. 2004.Stress-inducible OsP5Cs2 gene is essential for salt and cold tolerance in rice. Plant Science 167: 417-426

121. Ryu C-H, You J-H, Kang H-G, Hur J, Kim Y-H, Han M-J, An K, Chung B-C, Lee C-H, An G. 2004 Generation of T-DNA gene tagging lines with a bidirectional gene trap vector and the establishment of an insertion-site database. Plant Mol Biol 54: 489-502

122. Hirochika H, Guiderdoni E, An G, Hsing Y-i, Eun MY, Han C-d, Upadhyaya N, Ramachandran S, Zhang Z, Pereira Am Sundaresan V, Leung H. 2004. Rice mutant resources for gene discovery. Plant Mol Biol 54: 325-334

123. Goh C-H, Jung K-H, Roberts SK, McAinsh MR, Hetherington AM, Park Yi, Suh KH, An G, Nam HG. 2004. Mitochondria provide the main source of cytosolic ATP for activation of outward-rectifying K+ Channels in mesophyll protoplast of chlorophyll-deficient mutant rice (OsCHLH) seedlings. J Biol Chem 279: 6874-6882

124. Lee S-C, Huh K-W, An K, An G, Kim S-R. 2004. Ectopic Expression of a cold-inducible transcription factor, CBF1/DREB1b, in transgenic rice (Oryza sativa L). Mol Cells 18: 107-114

125. Lee S, Jung K-H, An G, Chung Y-Y. 2004. Isolation and characterization of rice cysteine protease gene, OsCP1, using T-DNA gene-trap system. Plant Mol Biol, 54: 755-765

126. Jang S, Kim S-J, Hur J, Han M-J, Kim S-R, An G. 2004. Ectopic expression of OsYAB1 causes extra stamens and carpels in rice. Plant Mol Biol, 56: 133-143.

127. Lee S, Kim J-H, Yoo ES, Lee C-H, Hirochika H, An G. 2005. Differential regulation of chlorophyll a oxygenase genes in rice. Plant Mol Biol 57: 805-818

128. Kang H-G, An G. 2005. Morphological alterations by ectopic expression of the rice OsMADS4 gene in tobacco plants. Plant Cell Rep 24 (5): 120-126.

129. Kang H-G, Park S, Matsuoka, M., An G. 2005. White-core endosperm floury endosperm-4 in rice is generated by knockout mutations in the C4-type pyruvate orthophosphate dikinase gene (OsPPDKB). Plant J 42: 901-911.

130. Cho JI, Lee S-K, Ko S, Kim HK, Jun SH, Lee YH, Bhoo SH, Lee KW, An G, Hahn T-R, Jeon J-S. 2005. Molecular cloning and expression analysis of the cell-wall invertase gene family in rice. Plant Cell Rep 24: 225-236.

131. Kim H-K, Lee S-K, Cho J-I, Lee S, An G, Jwa N-S, Kim B-R, Cho Y-C, Han S-S, Bhoo S-H, Lee Y-H, Hong Y-K, Yi G, Park D-S, Hahn T-R, Jeon J-S. 2005. Characterization of rice mutants with enhanced susceptibility to rice blast. Mol Cells 20 (3): 385-391.

132. Lee S-C, Lee M-Y, Kim S-J, Jun S-H, An G, Kim S-R. 2005. Characterization of an abiotic stress-inducible dehydrin gene, OsDhn1, in rice. Mol Cells 19: 212-218

133. Jung K-H, Han M-J, Lee Y-S, Kim Y-W, Hwang I, Kim M-J, Kim Y-K, Nahm BH, An G. 2005.10. Rice Undeveloped Tapetum1 gene is a major regulator of early tapetum development. Plant Cell 17: 2705-2722.

134. Shin J-H, Jeong D-H, Park MC, An G. 2005. Characterization and transcriptional expression of the alpha-expansin gene family in rice. Mol Cells 20: 210-218.

135. An G, Lee S, Kim SH, Kim SR. 2005. Molecular Genetics Using T-DNA in Rice. Plant Cell Physiol. 46(1): 14-22.

136. An G, Jeong DH, Jung KH, Lee S. 2005. Reverse genetic approaches for functional genomics of rice. Plant Mol Biol 59: 111-123.

137. Jeong D-H, An S, Park S, Kang H-G, Park G-G, Kim S-R, Sim J, Kim Y-O, Kim M-K, Kim S-R, Kim J, Shin M, Jung M, An G. 2006.1.1. Generation of flanking sequence-tag database for activation-tagging lines in japonica rice. Plant J. 45: 123-132.

138. Yamaguchi T, Lee DY, Miyao A, Hirochika H, An G, Hirano H-Y. 2006. Functional diversification of the two C-class MADS box genes OsMADS3 and OsMADS58 in Oryza sativa. Plant Cell 18: 15-28.

139. Shin Y-M, Park H-J, Yim S-D, Baek B-I, Lee C-H, An G, Woo Y-M. 2006. Transgenic rice lines expressing maize C1 and R-S regulatory genes produce various flavonoids in the endosperm. Plant Biotechnology J. 4: 303-315.

140. Moon S, Jung K-H, Lee D-E, Lee D-Y, Lee J, An K, Kang H-G, An G. 2006. The rice FON1 gene controls vegetative and reproductive development by regulating shoot apical meristem size. Mol Cells 21: 147-152.

141. Cho J-I, Ryoo N-Y, Ko S-H, Lee S-K, Lee J-O, Jung K-H, Lee Y-H, Bhoo S-H, Joris Winderickx, An G, Hahn T-R, Jeon J-S. 2006. Structure, expression, and functional analysis of the hexokinase gene family in rice (Oryza sativa L.) Planta 224: 598-611.

142. Han M-J, Jung K-H, Yi G, Lee D-Y, An G. 2006. Rice Immature Pollen 1 (RIP1) is a regulator of late pollen development. Plant Cell Physiol. 47: 1457-1472.

143. Moon S, Jung K-H, Lee D-E, Jiang W-Z, Koh HJ, Heu MH, Lee DS, Suh HS, An G. 2006. Identification of active transposon dTok, a member of hAT family, in rice. Plant Cell Physiol. 47: 1473-1483.

144. Jung K-H, Han M-J, Lee D-Y, Lee Y-S, Lukas S, Franke R, Faust A, Yephremov A, Saedler H, Kim Y-M, Hwang I, An G. 2006.11. Wax Deficient Anther 1 is involved in cuticle and wax production in rice anther walls and is required for pollen development. Plant Cell 18, 3015-3032.

145. Lee D-Y, Lee J, Moon S, Park SY, An G. 2007. The rice heterochronic gene SUPERNUMERARY BRACT regulates transition from spikelet meristem to floral meristem. Plant J. 49: 64-78.

146. Lam SK, Siu CL, Hillmer S, Jang S, An G, Robinson DG, Jiang L. 2007. Rice SCAMP1 defines clathrin-coated, trans-golgi-located tubular-vesicular structures as an early endosome in tobacco BY-2 cells. Plant Cell. 19: 296-319.

147. Jeong D-H, Lee S, Kim SL, Hwang I, An G. 2007. Regulation of brassinosteroid responses by phytochrome B in rice. Plant Cell Environment 30: 590-599.

148. Zulfugarov IS, Ham OK, Mishra SR, Kim JY, Nath K, Koo HY, Kim HS, Moon YH, An G, Lee CH. 2007. Dependence of reaction center-type energy-dependent quenching on photosystem II antenna size. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1767: 773-780.

149. Ryoo N, Yu C, Park CS, Baik MY, Park IM, Cho MH, Bhoo SH, An G, Hahn TR, Jeon JS. 2007. Knockout of a starch synthase gene OsSSIIIa/flo5 causes white-core floury endosperm in rice (Oryza satava L.). Plant Cell Rep. 26: 1083-1095.

150. Horie T, Costa A, Kim TH, Han MJ, Horie R, Leung H-Y, Miyao A, Hirochika H, An G, Schroeder JI. 2007. Rice OsHKT2;1 transporter mediates a large Na+influx component into K+-starved roots for growth. EMBO J. 26: 3003-3014.

151. Woo Y-M, Park H-J, Suudi M, Yang JI, Park JJ, Back K, Park YM, An G. 2007. Constitutively wilted 1, a member of the rice YUCCA gene family, is required for maintaining water homeostasis and an appropriate root to shoot ratio. Plant Mol Biol 65: 125-136.

152. Hong JP, Byun MY, Koo DH, An K, Bang JW, Chung IK, An G, Kim WT. 2007. Suppression of RICE TELOMERE BINDING PROTEIN 1 results in severe and gradual developmental defects accompanied by genome instability in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Plant Cell 19: 1770-1781.

153. Lee SK, Hwang SK, Han M, Eom JS, Kang HG, Han Y, Choi SB, Cho MH, Bhoo SH, An G, Hahn TR, Okita TW, Jeon JS. 2007. Identification of the ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase isoforms essential for starch synthesis in the leaf and seed endosperm of rice (Oryza sativa L.), Plant Mol Biol 65: 531-546.

154. Lee J, Park J-J, Kim S-L, Yim J, An G. 2007. Mutations in the rice liguleless gene caused a complete loss of the auricle, ligule, and laminar joint. Plant Mol Biol 65: 487-499.

155. Koh S, Lee S-C, Kim M-K, Koh JH, Lee S, An G, Choe S and Kim S-R. 2007. T-DNA tagged knockout 9mutation of rice OsGSK1, an orthologue of Arabidopsis BIN2, with enhanced tolerance to various abiotic stresses. Plant Mol Biol 65: 453-466.

156. Dreni L, Jachhia S, Fornara F, Fornari M, Ouwerkerk PBF, An G, Colombo L, Kater MM (2007) The D-lineage MADS-box gene OsMADS13 controls ovule identity in rice. Plant J. 52: 690-699.

157. Lee S, Kim Y-Y, Lee Y, An G. 2007. Rice P1b-type heavy-metal ATPase, OsHMA9, is a metal efflux protein. Plant Physiol 145 831-842.

158. Kim SL, Lee S, Kim HJ, Nam HG, An G. 2007 OsMADS51 is a short-day flowering promoter that functions upstream of Ehd1, OsMADS14, and Hd3a. Plant Physiol 145: 1484-1494.

159. Jung K-H, An G, Ronald P. 2008. Towards a better bowl of rice: Assigning function to tens of thousands of rice genes. Nature Review Genetics 9: 91-101.

160. Lee S, Choi SC, An G. 2008.4.1 Rice SVP-group MADS-box proteins, OsMADS22 and OsMADS55, are negative regulators of brassinosteroid responses. Plant J, 54: 93-105.

161. Lee S, Woo, Y-M, Ryu S-I, Shin Y-D, Kim WT, Park KY, Lee I-J, An G. 2008. Further characterization of a rice AGL12 group MADS-box gene, OsMADS26. Plant Physiol. 147: 156-168.

162. Tanaka T, Antonio BA, Kikuchi S, Matsumoto T, Nagamura Y, Numa H, Sakai H, Wu J, Itoh T, Sasaki T, Aono R, Fujii Y, Habara T, Harada E, Kanno M, Kawahara Y, Kawashima H, Kubooka H, Matsuya A, Nakaoka H, Saichi N, Sanbonmatsu R, Sato Y, Shinso Y, Suzuki M, Takeda J, Tanino M, Todokoro F, Yamaguchi K, Yamamoto N, Yamasaki C, Imanishi T, Okido T, Tada M, Ikeo K, Tateno Y, Gojobori T, Lin Y, Wei F, Hsing Y, Zhao Q, Han B, Kramer MR, McCombie RW, Lonsdale D, O’Donovan CC, Whitfield EJ, Apweiler R, Koyanagi1 KO, Khurana JP, Raghuvanshi S, Singh NK, Tyagi AK, Haberer G, Fujisawa M, Hosokawa S, Ito Y, Ikawa H, Shibata M, Yamamoto M, Bruskiewich RM, Hoen DR, Bureau TE, Namiki N, Ohyanagi H, Sakai Y, Nobushima S, Sakata K, Barrero RA, Sato Y, Souvorov A, Smith-White B, Tatusova T, An S, An G, Oota S, Fuks G, Messing J, Christie KR, Lieberherr D, Kim H, Zuccolo A, Wing RA, Nobuta K, Green PJ, Lu C, Meyers BC, Chaparro C, Piegu B, Panaud O, Echeverria M. 2008. The rice annotation project database (RAP-DB): 2008 update. Nucleic Acid Research, 36: Database issue D1028-D1033.

163. Moon S, Giglione C, Lee DY, An S, Jeong DH, Meinnel T, An G. 2008. Rice peptide deformylase PDF1B is crucial for development of chloroplasts. Plant Cell Physiol. 49 (10): 1536-1546.

164. Lee SK, Jeon JS, Bornke F, Voll L, Cho JI, Goh CH, Jeong SW, Park YI, Kim GJ, Choi SB, Miyao A, Hirochika H, An G, Cho MH, Bhoo SH, Sonnewald U, Hahn TR. 2008. Loss of cytosolic fructore-1.6-bisphosphatase limits photosynthetic sucrose synthesis and causes severe growth retardations in rice. Plant Cell Environment 31 (12): 1851-1863.

165. Park SJ, Kim SL, Lee S, Je BI, Piao HL, Park SH, Kim CM, Ryu CH, Park SH, Xuan Y, Colasanti J, An G and Han C-D. 2008. Rice Indeterminate 1 (OsId1) is necessary for the expression of Ehd1 (Early heading date 1) regardless of photoperiod. Plant Journal 56(6): 1018 - 1029

166. Jeon JS, Lee S, An G. 2008. Intragenic control of expression of a rice MADS Box gene OsMADS1. Mol Cells 26(5): 474-480

167. Jung K-H, Dardick C, Bartley LE, Cao P, Phetsom J, Canlas P, Seo YS, Shultz M, Ouyang S, Yuan Q, Frank BC, Ly E, Zheng L, Jia Y, Hsia AP, An K, Chou HH, Rocke D, Lee GC, Schnable PS, An G, Buell CR, Ronald PC. 2008. Refinement of light-responsive transcript lists using rice oligonucleotide arrays: Evaluation of gene-redundancy. PLoS ONE. 3(10): e3337

168. Jung K-H, Lee J, Dardick C, Seo Y-S, Cao P, Canlas P, Phetsom J, Xu X, Ouyang S, An K, Cho Y-J, Lee G-C, Lee Y, An G, Ronald PC. 2008. Identification and functional analysis of light-responsive unique genes and gene family members in rice. PLOS GENET. 4(8): e1000164

169. Caroline G, Banba M, Croset V, An K, Miyao A, An G, Hirochika H, Imaizumi-Anraku H, Paszkowskia U. 2008. Arbuscular mycorrhiza-specific signaling in rice transcends the common symbiosis signaling pathway. Plant Cell 20: 2989-3005.

170. Krishnan A, Guiderdoni E, An G, Hsing YC, Han C, Lee MC, Yu S-M, Upadhyaya N, Ramachandran S, Zhang Q, Sundaresan V, Hirochika H, Leung H, Pereira A. 2009. Mutant resources in rice for functional genomics of the grasses. Plant Physiol 149: 165-170.

171. Shin J-H, Kim S-R, An G. 2009. Rice aldehyde dehydrogenase 7 is needed for seed maturation and viability. Plant Physiol 149: 905-915.

172. Shin J-H, Yoshimoto K, Ohsumi Y, Jeon JS, An G. 2009. OsATG10b, an autophagosome component, is needed for cell survival against oxidative stresses in rice. Mol Cells 27: 67-74.

173. Lee S, An G. 2009. Over-expression of OsIRT1 leads to increased iron and zinc accumulations in rice. Plant Cell Environ 32: 408-416.

174. Park HY, Kang IS, Han IS, Lee CH, An G, Moon YH. 2009. OsDEG10 encoding a small RNA-binding protein is involved in abiotic stress signaling. Biochem Biophys Res Com 380: 597-602.

175. Kim SJ, Lee SC, Hong SK, An K, An G, Kim SR (2009) Ectopic expression of a cold-responsive OsAsr1 cDNA gives enhanced cold tolerance in transgenic rice plants. Mol Cells 27(4): 449-458.

176. Lee SK, Song MY, Seo YS, Kim HK, Ko S, Cao PJ, Sun JP, Yi G, Roh JH, Lee S, An G, Hahn TR, Wang GL, Ronald P, Jeon JS. 2009. Rice Pi5-mediated resistance to Magnaporthe oryzae requires the presence of two coiled-coil-nucleotide-binding-leucine-rich repeat genes. Genetics 181: 1627-1638.

177. Kim SR, Yang JI, Moon S, An K, Kim KM, Yim J, An G. 2009. 9. 1 Rice OGR1 encodes a pentatricopeptide repeat-DYW protein and is essential for RNA editing in mitochondria. Plant J. 59 (5):738-749.

178. Lee S, Chiecko JC, Kim SA, Walker EL, Lee Y, Guerinot ML, An G. 2009. Disruption of OsYSL15 leads to iron inefficiency in rice plants. Plant Physiol. 150 (2):786-800.

179. Ryu CH, Lee S, Cho LH, Kim SL, Lee YS, Choi SC, Jeong HJ, Yi J, Park SJ, Han CD, An G. 2009. OsMADS50 and OsMADS56 function antagonistically in regulating LD-dependent flowering in rice. Plant Cell Environ. 32:1412-1427.

180. Nick P, Han MJ, An G. 2009. Auxin stimulates its own transport by shaping actin filaments. Plant Physiol. 151:155-167.

181. Goh CH, Jang S, Jung S, Kim HS, Kang HG, Park YI, Bae HJ, Lee CH, An G. 2009. Rice phot1a mutation reduces plant growth by affecting photosynthetic responses to light during early seedling growth. Plant Mol Biol 69:605-619.

182. Yasuhiro Ishimaru, Khurram Bashir, Masaru Fujimoto, Gynheung An, Reiko Nakanishi Itai, Nobuhiro Tsutsumi, Hiromi Nakanishi and Naoko K Nishizawa 2009. Rice-specific mitochondrial iron-regulated gene (MIR) plays an important role in iron homeostasis. Molecular Plant 2 (5):1059-1066.

183. Tae-Ho Lee, Yeon-Ki Kim, Thu Thi Minh Pham, Sang Ik Song, Ju-Kon Kim, Kyu Young Kang, Gynheung An, Ki-Hong Jung, David W. Galbraith, Minkyun Kim, Ung-Han Yoon, Baek Hie Nahm. 2009. RiceArrayNet: A database for correlating gene expression from transcriptome profiling, and its application to the analysis of coexpressed genes in rice. Plant Physiol 151: 16-33.

184. Yea Kyung Moon, Jong-Pil Hong, Young-Chan Cho, Sae-Jun Yang, Gynheung An, Woo Taek Kim. 2009. Structure and Expression of OsUBP6, an Ubiquitin-Specific Protease 6 Homolog in Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Mol Cells 28 (5): 463-472.

185. Sichul Lee, Un Sil Jeon, Seung Jin Lee, Yoon-Keun Kim, Daniel Pergament Persson, Soren Husted, Jan K. Schjorring, Yusuke Kakei, Hiroshi Masuda, Naoko K. Nishizawa, and Gynheung An. 2009. Iron fortification of rice seeds through activation of the nicotianamine synthase gene. Proceedings of the National Academy Sciences USA 106 (51): 22014-22019.

186. Xiu-Hong Xu, Hai-Jun Zhao, Qing-Long Liu, Thomas Frank, Karl-Heinz Engel, Gynheung An and Qing-Yao Shu. 2009. Mutations of the multi-drug resistance-associated protein ABC transporter gene 5 result in reduction of phytic acid in rice seeds. Theological and Applied Genetics 119 (1): 75-83.

187. Jung-A Kim, Kyoungwon Cho, Raksha Singh, Young-Ho Jung, Seung-Hee Jeong, So-Hee Kim, Jae-eun Lee, Yoon-Seong Cho, Ganesh K. Agrawal, Randeep Rakwa, Shigeru Tamogami, Birgit Kersten, Jong-Seong Jeon, Gynheung An, and Nam-Soo Jwa. 2009. Rice OsACDR1 (Oryza sativa Accelerated Cell Death and Resistance 1) is a potential positive regulator of fungal disease resistance. Mol Cells 28 (5): 431-439.

188. Piao R, Jiang W, Ham TH, Choi MS, Qiao Y, Chu SH, Park JH, Woo MO, Jin Z, An G, Lee J, Koh HJ. 2009. Map-based cloning of the ERECT PANICLE 3 gene in rice. Theor Appl Genet 119: 1497-1506.

189. Donghwan Shim, Jae-Ung Hwang, Joohyun Lee, Sichul Lee, Yunjung Choi, Gynheung An, Enrico Martinoia, and Youngsook Lee. 2009. Orthologs of the Class A4 Heat Shock Transcription Factor HsfA4a Confer Cadmium Tolerance in Wheat and Rice. Plant Cell 21: 4031-4043.

190. Jong-Pil Hong, Mi Young Byun, Kyungsook An, Sae-Jun Yang, Gynheung An, Woo Taek Kim. 2010. OsKu70 is associated with developmental growth and genome stability in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Plant Physiol. 152 (1): 374-387.

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