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45. Ding, X., Pervere, L.M., Bascom, C., Jr., Bibeau, J.P., Khurana, S., Butt, A.M., Orr, R.G., Flaherty, P.J., Bezanilla, M., and Vidali, L. (2018). Conditional genetic screen in Physcomitrella patens reveals a novel microtubule depolymerizing-end-tracking protein. PLoS Genet 14, e1007221. doi: 
10.1371/journal.pgen.1007221

  
44. Kingsley,J.L.*, Bibeau, J.P.*, Mousavi, S.I., Unsal, C., Chen, Z.*, Huang, X., Vidali, L.*, and Tüzel, E*. (2018) Characterization of cell boundary and confocal effects improves quantitative FRAP analysis. Biophysical Journal. 114:1153-1164. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bpj.2018.01.013

   
43. Sun, S., Furt, F., and Vidali L. (2018) Myosin XI localizes at the mitotic spindle andalong the cell plate during plant cell division in Physcomitrella patens. Biochem. Biophys.Res. Commun.(In press). doi: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2018.01.082.

  
 42. Tran, M.L., McCarthy, T., Sun, H.,Wu, S.-Z., Norris, J.H., Bezanilla, M., Vidali,L., Anderson, C.T., and Roberts, A.W. (2018) Direct observation of the effects of cellulose synthesis inhibitors using live cell imaging of Cellulose Synthase (CESA) in Physcomitrella patensScientific Reports. 8:735. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-18994-4.

   
41. Bibeau, J.P*.,Kingsley, J.P.* , Furt, F., Tüzel, E.* , and Vidali, L.* (2018) F-Actin meditated focusing of vesicles at the cell tip is essential for polarized growth. Plant Phys. 176:352-363. doi.org/10.1104/pp.17.00753

  
40. MacVeigh-Fierro, D., Tüzel, E. and Vidali, L. (2017) The motor kinesin 4II is important for growth and chloroplast light avoidance in the moss Physcomitrella patens. Am. J. Plant Sci. 8, 791-809. https://doi.org/10.4236/ajps.2017.84055.


 
39. 
Shen, Z., Liu, Y-C., Bibeau J.P., Lemoi, K, Tüzel, E., and Vidali, L.  (2015) The kinesin-like proteins, KAC1/2, regulate actin-dynamics underlying chloroplast light-avoidance in Physcomitrella patens. J. Integr. Plant Biol. 57:106-119.
   
38. Kingsley, J., Chen, Z.,  Bibeau, J., Vidali, L.,  Huang, X., and  Tüzel, E. (2014) A GPU accelerated virtual scanning confocal microscope. 

  

37. Bibeau, J.P., and Vidali, L. (2014) Morphological analysis of cell growth mutants in Physcomitrella. Methods Mol. Biol. 1080:201-213.

 

36. Furt, F., Liu, Y-C., Bibeau, J.P., Tüzel, E., and Vidali, L. (2013) Apical myosin XI anticipates F-actin during polarized growth of Physcomitrella patens cells. Plant J. 73:417-428.

 

35. Vidali, L., and Bezanilla, M. (2012) Physcomitrella patens: a model for tip cell growth and differentiation. Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 15:625-631.

 

34. Shen, Z., Collatos, A.R., Bibeau, J.P., Furt, F., and Vidali, L. (2012) Phylogenetic analysis of the kinesin superfamily from Physcomitrella. Front. Plant Sci. 3:230.

 

33. Furt, F., Lemoi K, Tüzel, E., and Vidali, L. (2012) Quantitative analysis of organelle distribution and dynamics in Physcomitrella patens protonemal cells. BMC Plant Biol. 12:70.

 

32. Augustine, R.C., Pattavina, K.A., Tüzel, E., Vidali, L., and Bezanilla, M. (2011) Actin interacting protein 1 and actin depolymerizing factor drive rapid actin dynamics. Plant Cell. 23:3696-3710.

 

31. Liu, Y-C., and Vidali, L. (2011) Efficient polyethylene glycol (PEG) mediated transformation in the moss Physcomitrella patens. J. Vis. Exp. 50:2560.

 

30. Vidali, L., Burkart, G., Augustine, R.C., Kerdavid, E., Tüzel, E., and Bezanilla, M. (2010) Myosin XI is essential for tip growth. Plant Cell. 22:1868-1882.

 

 29. McKenna, S.T., Kunkel, J.G., Bosch, M., Rounds, C. Vidali, L., Winship, L.J., and Hepler, P.K. (2009) Exocytosis precedes and predicts the increase in growth in oscillating pollen tubes. Plant Cell. 21: 3026-3040.

 

28. Vidali, L., Augustine, R.C., Fay, S.N., Franco, P., Patavina,K.A., and Bezanilla, M. (2009) Rapid screening for temperature-sensitive alleles in plants. Plant Physiol. 151:506-514.

 

27. Vidali, L., van Gisbergen, P.A., Guerin, C., Franco, P., Li, M., Burkart, G.M., Augustine, R.C., Blanchoin, L., and Bezanilla, M. (2009) Rapid formin-mediated actin-filament elongation is essential for polarized plant cell growth. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U S A. 106:13341-13346.

 

26. Vidali, L., Rounds, C., Hepler, P.K., and Bezanilla, M. (2009) Lifeact-mEGFP reveals a dynamic apical F-actin network in tip growing plant cells. PLoS One 4:e5744.

 

25. Meller, J., Vidali, L., and Schwartz, M.A. (2008) Endogenous RhoG is dispensable for integrin-mediated cell spreading but contributes to Rac-independent migration. J. Cell Sci. 121:1981-1989.

 

24. Augustine, R.C., Vidali, L., Kleinman, K.P., and Bezanilla, M. (2008) Actin depolymerizing factor is essential for viability in plants, and its phosphoregulation is important for tip growth. Plant J. 55:863-875.

 

23. Herrera-Abreu, M.T.,  Castellanos-Penton, P., Kwok, V., Shalloway, D., Vidali, L., Lee, W., McCulloch, C.A., and Downey, G.P. (2007) Tyrosine phosphatase PTP regulates focal adhesion remodeling through Rac1 activation. Am. J. Physiol. Cell Physiol. 294:C931-C944.

 

22. Vidali, L., Augustine, R.C., Kleinman, K.P., and Bezanilla, M. (2007) Profilin is essential for tip growth in the moss Physcomitrella patens. Plant Cell. 19:3705-3722.

 

21. Feng, Y., Chen, M.H., Moskowitz, I.P., Mendonza, A.M., Vidali, L., Nakanura, F., Kwiatkowski, D.J., and Walsh, C.A. (2006) Filamin A (FLNA) is required for cell-cell contact in vascular development and cardiac morphogenesis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U S A. 103:19836-19841.

 

20. Vidali, L., Chen, F., Cicchetti, G., Ohta, Y., and Kwiatkowski, D.J. (2006) Rac1-null mouse embryonic fibroblasts are motile and respond to platelet-derived growth factor. Mol. Bio. Cell. 17:2377-2390.

 

19. McKenna, S.T., Vidali, L., and Hepler, P.K. (2004) Profilin inhibits pollen tube growth through actin-binding, but not poly-L-proline-binding. Planta. 218:906-915.

 

18. Yokota, E., Vidali, L., Tominaga, M., Tahara, H., Orii, H., Morizane, Y., Hepler, P.K., and Shimmen, T. (2003) Plant 115-kDa-actin-filament-bundling protein, P-115-ABP, is a homologue of plant villin and is widely distributed in cells. Plant Cell Physiol. 44:1088-1099.

 

17. Valster, A., Vidali, L., and Hepler, P.K. (2003) Localization of profilin during the cell cycle in living Tradescantia virginiana stamen hair cells. Protoplasma. 222: 85-95.

 

16. Chen, C.Y., Wong, .Y., Vidali, L., Estavillo, A., Hepler, P.K., Wu, H-M., and Cheung, A.Y. (2002) The regulation of actin organization by actin-depolymerizing factor in elongating pollen tubes. Plant Cell. 14:2175-2190.

 

15. Cheung, A.Y., Chen, C.Y-h., Glaven R.H., de Graaf, B., Vidali, L., Hepler, P.K., and Wu, H-m. (2002) Rab2 GTPase regulates vesicle trafficking between the endoplasmic reticulum and the Golgi bodies and is important in pollen tubes growth. Plant Cell. 14:945-962.

 

14. Hepler, P.K., Vidali, L., and Cheung, A.Y. (2001) Polarized cell growth in higher plants. Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol.17:159–187.

 

13. Vidali, L., and Hepler, P.K. (2001) Actin and pollen tube growth. Protoplasma. 215:64-67.

 

12. Vidali, L., McKenna, S.T., and Hepler, P.K. (2001) Actin polymerization is essential for pollen tube growth. Mol. Biol. Cell. 12: 2534-2545.

 

11. Vidali, L., Holdaway-Clarke, T.L., and Hepler, P.K. (2001) The calcium/cytoskeleton connection in pollen tube growth. In: A. Geitmann, M. Cresti and I.B. Heath (eds) Cell Biology of Plant Fungal Tip growth. IOS Press. Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp 27-35.

 

10. Pflügl-Hill, M., Vidali, L., Vos, J.W., Hepler, P.K., and Lütz-Meindl, U. (2000) Changes of the actin filament system in the green alga Micrasterias induced by different cytoskeleton inhibitors. Protoplasma. 212: 206-216.

 

9. Vidali, L., and Hepler, P.K. (2000) Actin in pollen and pollen tubes. In: C. J. Staiger, F. Baluska, D. Volkmann and P. Barlow (eds) Actin: A Dynamic Framework for Multiple Plant Cell Functions. Kluwer Acad. Pub., Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp 323-345. 

  8. Tominaga, M., Yokota, E., Vidali, L., Sonobe, S., Hepler, P.K., and Shimmen, T. (2000) The role of plant villin in the organization of the actin cytoskeleton, cytoplasmic streaming and the architecture of the transvacuolar strand in root hair cells of Hydrocharis. Planta. 210: 836-843.
  7. Guillén,G., Valdés-López, V., Noguez, R., Olivares, J., Rodríguez-Zapata, L.C., Pérez, H., Vidali, L., Villanueva, M.A., andSánchez, F. (1999) Profilin in Phaseolus vulgaris is encoded by two genes (only one expressed in root nodules) but multiple isoforms are generated in vivo by phosphorylation on tyrosine residues. Plant J. 19: 497-508.
  6. Igarashi,H., Vidali, L., Yokota, E., Sonobe,S., Hepler, P.K., and Shimmen, T. (1999) Actin filaments purified from tobacco cultured BY-2 cells can be translocated by plant myosin. Plant Cell Physiol. 40: 1167-1171.
 

5. Vidali, L., Yokota, E., Cheung, A.Y., Shimmen, T., and Hepler, P.K. (1999) The 135 kDa actin-bundling protein from Lilium longiflorum pollen is the plant homologue of villin. Protoplasma. 209: 283-291.

 

4. Cárdenas, L., Vidali, L., Domínguez, J., Pérez, H., Sánchez, F., Hepler, P., and Quinto, C. (1998) Rearrangement of actin microfilaments in plant root hairs responding to Rhizobium nodulation signals. Plant Physiol. 116:871-877.

 

3. Vidali, L., and Hepler, P.K. (1997) Characterization and localization of profilin in pollen grains and tubes of Lilium longiflorum. Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton. 36:323-338.

 

2. Vidali, L., Pérez, H.E., Valdés, V., Noguez, R., Zamudio, F., and Sánchez, F. (1995) Purification, characterization and cDNA cloning of profilin from Phaseolus vulgaris. Plant Physiol. 108:115-123.

  1. Pérez,HE., Sánchez, N., Vidali, L.,Hernández, J.M., Lara, M., and Sánchez, F. (1994) Actin isoforms in non-infectedroots and symbiotic root-nodules of Phaseolus vulgaris L. Planta. 193:51-56.
   



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