Qiudeng Que
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Chalcone synthase cosuppression phenotypes in petunia flowers: comparison of sense vs. antisense constructs and single-copy vs. complex T-DNA sequences
RA Jorgensen, PD Cluster, J English, Q Que, CA Napoli
Plant molecular biology 31, 957-973, 1996
The frequency and degree of cosuppression by sense chalcone synthase transgenes are dependent on transgene promoter strength and are reduced by premature nonsense codons in the …
Q Que, HY Wang, JJ English, RA Jorgensen
The Plant Cell 9 (8), 1357-1368, 1997
One-step genome editing of elite crop germplasm during haploid induction
T Kelliher, D Starr, X Su, G Tang, Z Chen, J Carter, PE Wittich, S Dong, ...
Nature biotechnology 37 (3), 287-292, 2019
Trait stacking in transgenic crops: challenges and opportunities
Q Que, MDM Chilton, CM de Fontes, C He, M Nuccio, T Zhu, Y Wu, ...
GM crops 1 (4), 220-229, 2010
Targeted integration of T-DNA into the tobacco genome at double-stranded breaks: new insights on the mechanism of T-DNA integration
MDM Chilton, Q Que
Plant physiology 133 (3), 956-965, 2003
Generation of paternal haploids in wheat by genome editing of the centromeric histone CENH3
J Lv, K Yu, J Wei, H Gui, C Liu, D Liang, Y Wang, H Zhou, R Carlin, R Rich, ...
Nature Biotechnology 38 (12), 1397-1401, 2020
Homology‐based control of gene expression patterns in transgenic petunia flowers
Q Que, RA Jorgensen
Developmental Genetics 22 (1), 100-109, 1998
Maize transformation technology development for commercial event generation
Q Que, S Elumalai, X Li, H Zhong, S Nalapalli, M Schweiner, X Fei, ...
Frontiers in plant science 5, 379, 2014
Distinct patterns of pigment suppression are produced by allelic sense and antisense chalcone synthase transgenes in petunia flowers
Q Que, HY Wang, RA Jorgensen
The Plant Journal 13 (3), 401-409, 1998
Expanding the scope of plant genome engineering with Cas12a orthologs and highly multiplexable editing systems
Y Zhang, Q Ren, X Tang, S Liu, AA Malzahn, J Zhou, J Wang, D Yin, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 1944, 2021
Do unintended antisense transcripts contribute to sense cosuppression in plants?
RA Jorgensen, Q Que, M Stam
Trends in genetics 15 (1), 11-12, 1999
Corn event MIR162
N Long, J Bottoms, M Meghji, H Hart, Q Que, D Pulliam
US Patent 8,232,456, 2012
Lambda integrase mediated recombination in plants
JL Suttie, MD Chilton, Q Que
US Patent 7,351,877, 2008
A paragenetic perspective on integration of RNA silencing into the epigenome and its role in the biology of higher plants
RA Jorgensen, N Doetsch, A Müller, Q Que, K Gendler, CA Napoli
Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology 71, 481-485, 2006
Acetosyringone treatment duration affects large T-DNA molecule transfer to rice callus
J Xi, M Patel, S Dong, Q Que, R Qu
BMC biotechnology 18, 1-8, 2018
Plant DNA repair pathways and their applications in genome engineering
Q Que, Z Chen, T Kelliher, D Skibbe, S Dong, MD Chilton
Plant Genome Editing with CRISPR Systems: Methods and Protocols, 3-24, 2019
Repurposing macromolecule delivery tools for plant genetic modification in the era of precision genome engineering
Q Que, MDM Chilton, S Elumalai, H Zhong, S Dong, L Shi
Transgenic plants: methods and protocols, 3-18, 2019
Targeted integration and stacking of DNA through homologous recombination
Q Que
US Patent 7,935,862, 2011
Advances in Agrobacterium-mediated Maize Transformation
H Zhong, S Elumalai, S Nalapalli, L Richbourg, A Prairie, D Bradley, ...
Maize: Methods and Protocols, 41-59, 2017
Research note: Maternally-controlled ovule abortion results from cosuppression of dihydroflavonol-4-reductase or flavonoid-3′, 5′-hydroxylase genes in Petunia hybrida
RA Jorgensen, Q Que, CA Napoli
Functional plant biology 29 (12), 1500-1506, 2002
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