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2021 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 9010 | OA
Ötvös K, Marconi M, Vega A, O’Brien J, Johnson AJ, Abualia R, Antonielli L, Montesinos López JC, Zhang Y, Tan S, Cuesta C, Artner C, Bouguyon E, Gojon A, Friml J, Gutiérrez RA, Wabnik KT, Benková E. 2021. Modulation of plant root growth by nitrogen source-defined regulation of polar auxin transport. EMBO Journal. 40(3), e106862.
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2021 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 9913 | OA
Vega A, Fredes I, O’Brien J, Shen Z, Ötvös K, Abualia R, Benková E, Briggs SP, Gutiérrez RA. 2021. Nitrate triggered phosphoproteome changes and a PIN2 phosphosite modulating root system architecture. EMBO Reports. 22(9), e51813.
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2018 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 47
Abualia R, Benková E, Lacombe B. 2018. Transporters and mechanisms of hormone transport in arabidopsis. Advances in Botanical Research. 87, 115–138.
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2021 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 9010 | OA
Ötvös K, Marconi M, Vega A, O’Brien J, Johnson AJ, Abualia R, Antonielli L, Montesinos López JC, Zhang Y, Tan S, Cuesta C, Artner C, Bouguyon E, Gojon A, Friml J, Gutiérrez RA, Wabnik KT, Benková E. 2021. Modulation of plant root growth by nitrogen source-defined regulation of polar auxin transport. EMBO Journal. 40(3), e106862.
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2021 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 9913 | OA
Vega A, Fredes I, O’Brien J, Shen Z, Ötvös K, Abualia R, Benková E, Briggs SP, Gutiérrez RA. 2021. Nitrate triggered phosphoproteome changes and a PIN2 phosphosite modulating root system architecture. EMBO Reports. 22(9), e51813.
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2018 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 47
Abualia R, Benková E, Lacombe B. 2018. Transporters and mechanisms of hormone transport in arabidopsis. Advances in Botanical Research. 87, 115–138.
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