Rita Abranches
Rita Abranches
ITQB-UNL
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TitleCited byYear
Transgene integration, organization and interaction in plants
A Kohli, RM Twyman, R Abranches, E Wegel, E Stoger, P Christou
Plant molecular biology 52 (2), 247-258, 2003
2742003
Transcription sites are not correlated with chromosome territories in wheat nuclei
R Abranches, AF Beven, L Aragón-Alcaide, PJ Shaw
The Journal of cell biology 143 (1), 5-12, 1998
1591998
Widely separated multiple transgene integration sites in wheat chromosomes are brought together at interphase
R Abranches, AP Santos, E Wegel, S Williams, A Castilho, P Christou, ...
The Plant Journal 24 (6), 713-723, 2000
872000
Plants as bioreactors: A comparative study suggests that Medicago truncatula is a promising production system
R Abranches, S Marcel, E Arcalis, F Altmann, P Fevereiro, E Stoger
Journal of biotechnology 120 (1), 121-134, 2005
752005
The architecture of interphase chromosomes and gene positioning are altered by changes in DNA methylation and histone acetylation
AP Santos, R Abranches, E Stoger, A Beven, W Viegas, PJ Shaw
Journal of Cell Science 115 (23), 4597-4605, 2002
622002
Putting the spotlight back on plant suspension cultures
RB Santos, R Abranches, R Fischer, M Sack, T Holland
Frontiers in plant science 7, 297, 2016
562016
Genome size analyses of Pucciniales reveal the largest fungal genomes
S Tavares, AP Ramos, AS Pires, HG Azinheira, P Caldeirinha, T Link, ...
Frontiers in plant science 5, 422, 2014
512014
The quest to understand the basis and mechanisms that control expression of introduced transgenes in crop plants
A Kohli, P González-Melendi, R Abranches, T Capell, E Stoger, ...
Plant signaling & behavior 1 (4), 185-195, 2006
492006
High-throughput transgene copy number estimation by competitive PCR
AS Callaway, R Abranches, J Scroggs, GC Allen, WF Thompson
Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 20 (3), 265-277, 2002
482002
Development-dependent inheritance of 5-azacytidine-induced epimutations in triticale: analysis of rDNA expression patterns
L Amado, R Abranches, N Neves, W Viegas
Chromosome Research 5 (7), 445-450, 1997
461997
Cell differentiation and development in Arabidopsis are associated with changes in histone dynamics at the single-cell level
S Rosa, V Ntoukakis, N Ohmido, A Pendle, R Abranches, P Shaw
The Plant Cell 26 (12), 4821-4833, 2014
362014
Matrix attachment regions and regulated transcription increase and stabilize transgene expression
R Abranches, RW Shultz, WF Thompson, GC Allen
Plant biotechnology journal 3 (5), 535-543, 2005
362005
The architecture of interphase chromosomes and nucleolar transcription sites in plants
PJ Shaw, R Abranches, AP Santos, AF Beven, E Stoger, E Wegel, ...
Journal of structural biology 140 (1-3), 31-38, 2002
322002
Expression of a recombinant human erythropoietin in suspension cell cultures of Arabidopsis, tobacco and Medicago
AS Pires, S Rosa, S Castanheira, P Fevereiro, R Abranches
Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (PCTOC) 110 (1), 171-181, 2012
272012
The nucleus: a highly organized but dynamic structure
P Gonzalez‐Melendi, A Beven, K Boudonck, R Abranches, B Wells, ...
Journal of microscopy 198 (3), 199-207, 2000
252000
High levels of stable phytase accumulate in the culture medium of transgenic Medicago truncatula cell suspension cultures
AS Pires, MG Cabral, P Fevereiro, E Stoger, R Abranches
Biotechnology Journal: Healthcare Nutrition Technology 3 (7), 916-923, 2008
202008
Functional specialization of Medicago truncatula leaves and seeds does not affect the subcellular localization of a recombinant protein
R Abranches, E Arcalis, S Marcel, F Altmann, M Ribeiro-Pedro, ...
Planta 227 (3), 649-658, 2008
192008
In situ methods to localize transgenes and transcripts in interphase nuclei: a tool for transgenic plant research
AP Santos, E Wegel, GC Allen, WF Thompson, E Stoger, P Shaw, ...
Plant Methods 2 (1), 18, 2006
162006
Low Protease Content in Medicago truncatula Cell Cultures Facilitates Recombinant Protein Production
RB Santos, B Chandrasekar, MK Mandal, F Kaschani, M Kaiser, L Both, ...
Biotechnology Journal 2018 Jul;13(7):e1800050., 2018
102018
Cytogenomic characterization of Colletotrichum kahawae, the causal agent of coffee berry disease, reveals diversity in minichromosome profiles and genome size …
AS Pires, HG Azinheira, A Cabral, S Tavares, D Tavares, M Castro, ...
Plant Pathology 65 (6), 968-977, 2016
92016
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