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Plant-Microbe Interactions
Publications of Dr.Subhadeep Chatterjee
  1. Pandey SS, Patnana PK, Lomada SK, Tomar A, and Chatterjee S.(2016). Co-regulation of iron metabolism and virulence associated functions by iron and XibR, a novel iron binding transcription factor, in the plant pathogen Xanthomonas. PLOS Pathogens (In press)

  2. S.S Pandey, P. Patnana, R. Rai,S. Chatterjee. (2016). Xanthoferrin, the a-hydroxy carboxylate type siderophore of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris is required for optimum virulence and growth inside cabbage. Molecular Plant Pathology (In press)

  3. Akanksha Kakkar,Narasimha Rao Nizampatnam, Anil Kondreddy, Binod Bihari Pradhan and Subhadeep Chatterjee (2015). Xanthomonas campestris cell- cell signalling molecule DSF (diffusible signal factor) elicts innate immunity in plants and is suppressed by exopolysacchride xanthon. Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.66,No.21 pp.6697-6714,2015.

  4. Rai, R., Javvadi, S. and Chatterjee, S. (2015) Cell.cell signalling promotes ferric iron uptake inXanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzicola that contribute to its virulence and growth inside rice. Molecular Microbiology. Vol. 96: 708-727.

  5. Pradhan B.B., and Chatterjee S. (2014) Reversible non-genetic phenotypic heterogeneity in bacterial quorum sensing. Molecular Microbiology. 92:557-69

  6. Lindow S, Newman K, Chatterjee S, Baccari C, Lavarone AT, Ionescu M. (2014) Production of Xylella fastidiosa diffusible signal factor in transgenic grape causes pathogen confusion and reduction in severity of Pierce's disease. Molecular Plant Microbe Interact. Vol. 27: 244-54.

  7. Beaulieu E.D., Ionescu M., Chatterjee S., Yokota K., Trauner D., Lindow S. (2013) Characterization of a Diffusible Signaling Factor (DSF) from Xylella fastidiosa. Mbio. Vol. 4: e00539-12. e00539-12. doi: 10.1128/mBio.00539-12.

  8. Chatterjee S., PandeyA. (2013). Signaling in plant-microbe interactions. Plant stress Vol. 7: 52-59.

  9. Pradhan B.B., Ranjan M., Chatterjee S. (2012). XadM, a novel adhesin of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae, exhibits similarity to Rhs family proteins and is required for optimum attachment, biofilm formation and virulence. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. Vol. 25: 1157-1170.

  10. Rai R., Pradhan B.B., Ranjan M., Chatterjee S. (2012). Atypical regulation of virulence associated functions by a Diffusible Signal Factor in Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. Vol. 25: 789-801.

  11. Almeida R.P.P., Killiny N., Newman K.L., Chatterjee S., Ionescu M., Lindow S.E. (2012). Contribution of rpfB to Cell-cell Signal Synthesis, Virulence, and Vector Transmission of Xylella fastidiosa. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. Vol. 25: 453-462.

  12. Li Y.R., Zou H.S., Che Y.Z., Cui Y.P., Guo W., Zou L.F., Chatterjee S., Biddle E.M., Yang C.H., Chen G.Y, (2011). A novel regulatory role of HrpD6 in regulating hrp-hrc-hpa genes in Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzicola. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. Vol. 24: 1086-101.

  13. Chatterjee S. (2010). Fatal attraction: bacteria exploit fungal heterokaryon incompatibility to obtain nutrients. Journal of Bioscience. Vol. 35: 329-330.

  14. Chatterjee S., Killiny S., Almeida R.P.P., Lindow S.E. (2010). Role of Cyclic di-GMP in Xylella fastidiosa Biofilm Formation, Plant Virulence and Insect Transmission. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. Vol. 23(10): 1356-1363.

  15. Chatterjee S., Karyn K.L,. Lindow S.E. (2008). Cell-cell signaling in Xylella fastidiosa suppresses movement and xylem vessel colonization in grape. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact.Vol. 21(10): 1309-1315.

  16. < strong>Chatterjee S., Almeida R.P.P., Lindow S.E. (2008). Living in two Worlds:The Plant and Insect Lifestyles of Xylella Fastidiosa. Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. Vol. 46: 243.271.

  17. < strong>Chatterjee S., Wistrom C., and Lindow S.E. (2008). A cell. cell signaling sensor is required for virulence and insect transmission of Xylella fastidiosa. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA.Vol.105(7): 2670.2675.* * (This article was highlighted in the perspective in Science Magazine - Signaling [Science Signaling 1 (21), pe23. [DOI: 10.1126/stke.121pe23])

  18. Newman K.L*., Chatterjee S*., Ho K.A., Lindow S.E. (2008). Virulence of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria Attenuated by Degradation of Fatty Acid Cell-to-Cell Signaling Factors. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact.Vol. 21(3): 326.334. (* Equal contribution first author)

  19. Chatterjee S* and Sonti R.V. (2005). Virulence deficiency caused by a transposon insertion in the purH gene of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae. Can. Journal of Microbiol. Vol. 51: 575-581. * (Corrosponding author).

  20. Chatterjee S., Sakaranarayan R., Sonti R.V. (2003). PhyA, a secreted protein of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae, is required for optimum virulence and growth under phytic acid as a sole phosphate source. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. Vol.16(11): 973-982.

  21. Chatterjee S., Sonti R.V. (2002). rpfF mutants of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae are deficient in virulence and growth under low iron conditions. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. Vol.15(5): 463-471.

  22. Singh P., Chatterjee S., Pathania R., Bhullar SS. (1999). Enhanced wheat germ agglutinin accumulation in the germinating embryos of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) appears to be a general stress response. Current Science. Vol.76(8): 1140-1142.

Books and Chapters

  • Book review on Annual Review of Microbiology, 2011. Susan Gottesman and Caroline S. Harwood (eds). Annual Reviews. Current Science Vol. 104: 653-654.
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