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Schmidt, J.L. Key. Specific heat shock proteins are transported into chloroplasts. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. 83:361-365 (1986). PMID: 16593647 5) Vierling, E., J.L. Key. Ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase synthesis during heat shock. Plant Physiol. 78:155-162 (1985). PMID: 16664190 4) Vierling, E., R.S. Alberte. P700 chlorophyll a-protein: purification, characterization, and antibody production. Plant Physiol. 72:625-633 (1983). PMID: 16663057 3) Vaughn, K.C., E. Vierling, S.O. Duke, R.S. Alberte. Immunocytochemical and cytochemical localization of photosystems I and II. Plant Physiol. 73:203-207 (1983). PMID: 16663195 2) Vierling, E., R.S. Alberte. Regulation of synthesis of the photosystem I reaction center. J. Cell Biol. 97:1806-1814 (1983). DOI: 10.1083/jcb.97.6.1806 1) Vierling, E., R.S. Alberte. Functional organization and plasticity of the photosynthetic unit of the cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans. Physiologia Plant. 50:93-98 (1980).

Other Invited reviews: (12 total)

12) Vierling, E. Mechanism of chaperone action of small heat shock proteins, in ed. W. Houry, Molecular Chaperones: Principles and Diseases (Henry Stewart Talks, London, 2007). Online at: 11) Kotak, S., J. Larkindale, U. Lee, P. von Koskull-Döring, E. Vierling, K-D. Scharf. Complexity of the heat stress response in plants. Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 10:310-316 (2007). PMID:17482504 10) Scharf, K-D., M. Siddique, E. Vierling. The expanding family of Arabidopsis thaliana small heat stress proteins (sHsps) and a new family of proteins containing α-crystallin domains (Acd proteins). Cell Stress & Chaperones 6:225-237 (2001). PMID: 11599564 9) Lee,G.J., E. Vierling. Expression, purification and molecular chaperone activity of recombinant plant small heat shock proteins. In: Protein Folding: Catalysts, accessory proteins, and chaperones. G. Lorimer and T.O. Baldwin, eds. Methods in Enzymology 290:350-365 (1998). PMID:7737977 8) E. Vierling. The small heat shock proteins in plants are members of an ancient family of heat induced proteins. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 19:539-547 (1997). 7) Gaestel, M., E. Vierling, J. Buchner. The small heat shock proteins – an overview. In: Handbook of molecular chaperones and protein folding catalysts. M.J. Gething, ed. Sambrook and Tooze Publications at Oxford University Press. pp.269-272 (1997). 6) Vierling, E. Plant HSP100/ClpB. In: Handbook of molecular chaperones and protein folding catalysts. M.J. Gething, ed. Sambrook and Tooze Publications at Oxford University Press. pp.253-255 (1997). 5) Vierling, E. Chloroplast-localized Clp proteins. In: Handbook of molecular chaperones and protein folding catalysts. M.J. Gething, ed. Sambrook and Tooze Publications at Oxford University Press. pp.255- 258 (1997). 4) Vierling, E., G.J. Lee. Plant small heat shock proteins. In: Handbook of molecular chaperones and protein folding catalysts. M.J. Gething, ed. Sambrook and Tooze Publications at Oxford University Press. pp.277-280 (1997). 3) Boston, R.S., P.V. Viitanen, E. Vierling. Molecular chaperones and protein folding in plants. In: Post-transcriptional control of gene expression in plants. W. Filipowicz and T. Hohn, eds. Plant Mol. Biology 32:191-222 (1996). PMID:8980480 2) Vierling, E., J.A. Kimpel. Plant responses to environmental stress. Curr. Opin. Biotechnology 3:164-179 (1992). DOI: 10.1016/0960-9822(92)90905-P 1) Vierling, E. The roles of heat shock proteins in plants. Ann. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 42:579-620 (1991).

Book Chapters: (7 total)

7) Santhanagopalan, I., E. Basha, K. N. Ballard, N. E. Bopp, E. Vierling. Model Chaperones: Small Heat Shock Proteins from Plants. in: The Big Book of Small Heat Shock Proteins, Ed. R.M. Tanguay and L. Hightower, Stuart Calderwood Series, Springer Verlag, pp 119-153 (2015). 6) Larkindale, J., M. Mishkind, E. Vierling. Plant responses to high temperature: In: Plant Abiotic Stress. Matthew A. Jenks and P.M. Hasegawa, eds. Blackwell Publishing (2005). 5) van Montfort, R., C. Slingsby, E. Vierling. Structure and function of the small heat shock protein/α-crystallin family of molecular chaperones. In: Protein Folding in the Cell. Advances in Protein Chemistry Series. A. Horwich, ed. Academic Press. Vol 59:105-156 (2002). 4) Vierling, E. Heat shock protein function and expression in plants. In: Stress Responses in Plants: Adaptation Mechanisms. Ruth Alscher, ed. Alan R. Liss, Inc. N.Y. pp.357-375 (1990). 3) Nagao, R.T., J.A. Kimpel, E. Vierling, J.L. Key. The heat shock response: A comparative analysis. In: Oxford Surveys of Plant Molecular and Cell Biology. B. Miflin, ed. Oxford Univ. Press, pp. 384-438 (1986). 2) Key, J.L., J. Kimpel, E. Vierling, C.-Y. Lin, R.T. Nagao, E. Czarnecka, F. Schöffl. Physiological and molecular aspects of the heat shock response in plants. In: Changes in Gene Expression in Response to Environmental Stress. B. Atkinson & D.Walden, eds. Academic Press (1985). 1) Key, J.L., J.A. Kimpel, C.Y. Lin, R.T. Nagao, E. Vierling, et al. The heat shock response in soybean. In: Cellular and Molecular Biology of Plant Stress. J.L. Key & T. Kosuge, eds. Alan R. Liss, N.Y. (1985).

Symposium Articles – invited: (7 total)

7) Carra, S., S. Alberti, P.A. Arrigo, J. L. Benesch, I. J. Benjamin, W. Boelens, B. Bartelt-Kirbach, B. J. J. M. Brundel, J. Buchner, B. Bukau, J. A. Carver, H. Ecroyd, C. Emanuelsson, S. Finet, N. Golenhofen, P. Goloubinoff, N. Gusev, M. Haslbeck, L. E. Hightower, H. H. Kampinga, R. E. Klevit, K. Liberek, H. S. Mchaourab, K. A. McMenimen, A. Poletti, R. Quinlan. S. V. Strelkov, M. E. Toth, E. Vierling, R. M. Tanguay. The growing world of small heat shock proteins: from structure to functions. Cell Stress Chaperones. DOI 10.1007/s12192-017-0787-8 March (2017). 6) Waters, E.R., E. Vierling. Molecular adaptation: A phylogenetic approach to the evolution of the small heat shock proteins in plants. Proceedings of the US-Japan Binational Workshop in Molecular Evolution. The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Hayama, Japan. (1995). 5) Osteryoung, K.W., B. Pipes, N. Wehmeyer, E. Vierling. Studies of a chloroplast-localized small heat shock protein in Arabidopsis. In: Biochemical and Cellular Mechanisms of Stress Tolerance in Plants. J. Cherry, ed. NATO ASI Series. Vol H 86: 97-113. Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1994). 4) Osteryoung, K., E. Vierling. Genetic approaches to the function of the chloroplast low molecular weight heat shock proteins. In: Research in Photosynthesis, Norio Murata, ed. Vol IV, pp.129-136. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (1992). 3) Vierling, E., A. Sun. Developmental regulation of heat shock proteins in higher plants. NATO ASI Series. Environmental Stress in Plants. J. Cherry, ed. Vol. G19: 343-354. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. (1989). 2) Vierling, E. Characterization of chloroplast-localized heat shock proteins. In: Plant Gene Systems and their Biology, L. McIntosh, J.L. Key, eds. A.R. Liss, Inc., pp. 99-108 (1987). 1) Vierling, E., J.K. Roberts, R.T. Nagao, J.L. Key. A chloroplast heat shock protein has homology to cytoplasmic heat shock proteins. In: Progress in Photosynthesis Research. J. Biggins, ed. Vol IV: 143-145 (1987).