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Liu H, Stone SL (2014) Regulation of ABI5 turnover by reversible post-translational modifications. Plant Signal Behav. 2014 Jan 7;8(12). pii: e27577. [Epub ahead of print]

Chen YT, Liu H, Stone S, Callis J. (2013) ABA and the ubiquitin E3 ligase KEEP ON GOING affect proteolysis of the Arabidopsis thaliana transcription factors ABF1 and ABF3. Plant J.75(6):965-76.

Liu H, Stone SL (2013) Cytoplasmic Degradation of the Arabidopsis Transcription Factor ABSCISIC ACID INSENSITIVE 5 is Mediated by the RING-type E3 Ligase KEEP ON GOING. J. Biol. Chem. 288(28):20267-79. 

Lyzenga WJ, Liu H, Schofield A, Muise-Hennessey A, Stone SL. (2013) Arabidopsis CIPK26 interacts with KEG, components of the ABA signalling network and is degraded by the ubiquitin-proteasome system. J Exp Bot. 64(10):2779-91.

Lyzenga W, Stone SL. (2012) Regulation of ethylene biosynthesis through protein degradation. Plant Signal Behav. 18;7(11).

Lyzenga WJ, Booth JK, Stone SL. (2012) The Arabidopsis RING-type E3 ligase XBAT32 mediates the proteasomal degradation of the ethylene biosynthetic enzyme, 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate synthase 7. Plant J. 71(1):23-34.

Lyzenga WJ and Stone SL.(2012) Abiotic stress tolerance mediated by protein ubiquitination. J Exp Bot., 63(2):599-616.

Liu H, Stone SL (2011) E3 ubiquitin ligases and abscisic acid signaling. Plant Signal Behav., 6(3).[Epub ahead of print]

Lyzenga WJ, Booth JK, Stone SL. (2011) Protein ubiquitination: An emerging theme in Plant abiotic stress tolerance. The Americas Journal of Plant Science and Biotechnology 5(Special Issue 2), 1-11

Berrocal-Lobo M, Stone S, Yang X, Antico J, Callis J, Ramonell KM, Somerville S. (2010) ATL9, a RING zinc finger protein with E3 ubiquitin ligase activity implicated in chitin- and NADPH oxidase-mediated defense responses. PLoS One. 5(12):e14426

Prasad ME, Stone SL. (2010) Further analysis of XBAT32, an Arabidopsis RING E3 ligase, involved in ethylene biosynthesis. Plant Signal Behav. 5(11). [Epub ahead of print]

Liu H, Stone SL. (2010) Abscisic acid increases Arabidopsis ABI5 transcription factor levels by promoting KEG E3 ligase self-ubiquitination and proteasomal degradation. Plant Cell 22(8):2630-41.

Prasad ME, Schofield A, Lyzenga W, Liu H, Stone SL. (2010) Arabidopsis RING E3 ligase XBAT32 regulates lateral root production through its role in ethylene biosynthesis. Plant Physiol. 153(4):1587-96.

Samuel MA, Chong YT, Haasen KE, Aldea-Brydges MG, Stone SL, Goring DR. (2009) Cellular pathways regulating responses to compatible and self-incompatible pollen in Brassica and Arabidopsis stigmas intersect at Exo70A1, a putative component of the exocyst complex. Plant Cell 21(9):2655-71.

Stone SL and Callis J.(2007) Ubiquitin ligases mediate growth and development by promoting protein death. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 10(6):624-32.

Stone SL, Williams LA, Farmer L, Vierstra RD and Callis J (2006) KEEP ON GOING, a RING E3 Ligase Essential for Arabidopsis Growth and Development is involved in Abscisic Acid Signaling. Plant Cell 18(12):3415-28

Kraft E, Stone SL, Ma L, Su N, Gao Y, Lau O-S, Deng XW and Callis J (2005) Genome Analysis and Functional Characterization of the E2 and RING domain E3 ligase Ubiquitination Enzymes of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiol. 139: 1597-1611.

Stone SL, Hauksdottir H, Troy A, Herschleb J, Kraft E, and Callis J (2005) Functional analysis of the RING-type ubiquitin ligase family of Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 137: 13-30.

Mudgil Y, Shiu S, Stone SL, Salt JN and Goring DR (2004) A large complement of the predicted Arabidopsis ARM repeat proteins are members of the U-box E3 ubiquitin ligase family. Plant Physiol. 134: 59-66.

Stone SL, Anderson EA, Mullen RT and Goring DR (2003) ARC1 is an E3 ubiquitin ligase and promotes the ubiquitination of proteins during the rejection of self-incompatible Brassica pollen. Plant Cell 15: 885-898.

Silva NF, Stone SL, Christie LN, Sulaman W, Nazarian KA, Burnett LA, Arnoldo MA, Rothstein SJ and Goring DR (2001) Expression of the S receptor Kinase in Self-compatible Brassica napus cv. Westar Leads to the Allele-specific Rejection of Self-incompatible Brassica napus Pollen. Mol. Gen. Gen. 265: 552-559.

Stone SL and Goring DR (2001) The Molecular Biology of Self incompatibility Systems in Flowering Plants. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture 67(2): 93-114.

Stone SL, Arnoldo M and Goring DR (1999) A Breakdown in Brassica napus Self-incompatibility in ARC1 Antisense Transgenic Plants. Science 286: 1729-1731.