Simon Santa Cruz
Simon Santa Cruz
Progenika Biopharma SA, Proteomika SL
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Stacks on tracks: the plant Golgi apparatus traffics on an actin/ER network
P Boevink, K Oparka, SS Cruz, B Martin, A Betteridge, C Hawes
The Plant Journal 15 (3), 441-447, 1998
Jellyfish green fluorescent protein as a reporter for virus infections
DC Baulcombe, S Chapman, S Santa Cruz
The Plant Journal 7 (6), 1045-1053, 1995
Simple, but not branched, plasmodesmata allow the nonspecific trafficking of proteins in developing tobacco leaves
KJ Oparka, AG Roberts, P Boevink, S Santa Cruz, I Roberts, KS Pradel, ...
Cell 97 (6), 743-754, 1999
Bax-induced cell death in tobacco is similar to the hypersensitive response
C Lacomme, S Santa Cruz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (14), 7956-7961, 1999
Phloem unloading in sink leaves of Nicotiana benthamiana: comparison of a fluorescent solute with a fluorescent virus.
AG Roberts, SS Cruz, IM Roberts, DAM Prior, R Turgeon, KJ Oparka
The Plant Cell 9 (8), 1381-1396, 1997
THE GREAT ESCAPE: Phloem Transport and Unloading of Macromolecules
KJ Oparka, SS Cruz
Annual review of plant biology 51 (1), 323-347, 2000
Assembly and movement of a plant virus carrying a green fluorescent protein overcoat.
SS Cruz, S Chapman, AG Roberts, IM Roberts, DA Prior, KJ Oparka
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (13), 6286-6290, 1996
Gating of epidermal plasmodesmata is restricted to the leading edge of expanding infection sites of tobacco mosaic virus (TMV)
KJ Oparka, DAM Prior, SS Cruz, HS Padgett, RN Beachy
The Plant Journal 12 (4), 781-789, 1997
The Movement Protein of Cucumber Mosaic Virus Traffics into Sieve Elements in Minor Veins of Nicotiana clevelandii
LM Blackman, P Boevink, SS Cruz, P Palukaitis, KJ Oparka
The Plant Cell 10 (4), 525-537, 1998
Molecular analysis of a resistance-breaking strain of potato virus X
T Kavanagh, M Goulden, S Santa Cruz, S Chapman, I Barker, ...
Virology 189 (2), 609-617, 1992
Virus‐mediated delivery of the green fluorescent protein to the endoplasmic reticulum of plant cells
P Boevink, S Santa Cruz, C Hawes, N Harris, KJ Oparka
The Plant Journal 10 (5), 935-941, 1996
Cell-to-cell and phloem-mediated transport of potato virus X: the role of virions
S Santa Cruz, AG Roberts, DAM Prior, S Chapman, KJ Oparka
Plant Cell 10 (4), 495-510, 1998
Fibroblast growth factor receptor 3 is overexpressed in urinary tract carcinomas and modulates the neoplastic cell growth
JJ Gómez-Román, P Saenz, J Cuevas González, K Escuredo, ...
Clinical Cancer Research 11 (2), 459-465, 2005
A feature of the coat protein of potato virus X affects both induced virus resistance in potato and viral fitness
MG Goulden, BA Köhm, S Santa Cruz, TA Kavanagh, DC Baulcombe
Virology 197 (1), 293-302, 1993
The TGB1 Movement Protein of Potato virus X Reorganizes Actin and Endomembranes into the X-Body, a Viral Replication Factory
J Tilsner, O Linnik, KM Wright, K Bell, AG Roberts, C Lacomme, ...
Plant physiology 158 (3), 1359-1370, 2012
Transport of virally expressed green fluorescent protein through the secretory pathway in tobacco leaves is inhibited by cold shock and brefeldin A
P Boevink, B Martin, K Oparka, S Santa Cruz, C Hawes
Planta 208, 392-400, 1999
Perspective: phloem transport of viruses and macromolecules–what goes in must come out
S Santa Cruz
Trends in Microbiology 7 (6), 237-241, 1999
Analysis of the N Gene Hypersensitive Response Induced by a Fluorescently Tagged Tobacco Mosaic Virus
KM Wright, GH Duncan, KS Pradel, F Carr, S Wood, KJ Oparka, SS Cruz
Plant physiology 123 (4), 1375-1386, 2000
Viral coat protein is targeted to, but does not gate, plasmodesmata during cell‐to‐cell movement of potato virus X
KJ Oparka, AG Roberts, IM Roberts, DAM Prior, S Santa Cruz
The Plant Journal 10 (5), 805-813, 1996
Intracellular location of two groundnut rosette umbravirus proteins delivered by PVX and TMV vectors
EV Ryabov, KJ Oparka, S Santa Cruz, DJ Robinson, ME Taliansky
Virology 242 (2), 303-313, 1998
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