Zachary Lippman
Zachary Lippman
Professor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
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Role of transposable elements in heterochromatin and epigenetic control
Z Lippman, AV Gendrel, M Black, MW Vaughn, N Dedhia, ...
Nature 430 (6998), 471-476, 2004
Vernalization requires epigenetic silencing of FLC by histone methylation
R Bastow, JS Mylne, C Lister, Z Lippman, RA Martienssen, C Dean
Nature 427 (6970), 164-167, 2004
The role of RNA interference in heterochromatic silencing
Z Lippman, R Martienssen
Nature 431 (7006), 364-370, 2004
Efficient gene editing in tomato in the first generation using the clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats/CRISPR-associated9 system
C Brooks, V Nekrasov, ZB Lippman, J Van Eck
Plant physiology 166 (3), 1292-1297, 2014
Heterosis: revisiting the magic
ZB Lippman, D Zamir
Trends in genetics 23 (2), 60-66, 2007
Engineering quantitative trait variation for crop improvement by genome editing
D Rodríguez-Leal, ZH Lemmon, J Man, ME Bartlett, ZB Lippman
Cell 171 (2), 470-480. e8, 2017
Dependence of heterochromatic histone H3 methylation patterns on the Arabidopsis gene DDM1
AV Gendrel, Z Lippman, C Yordan, V Colot, RA Martienssen
Science 297 (5588), 1871-1873, 2002
Profiling histone modification patterns in plants using genomic tiling microarrays
AV Gendrel, Z Lippman, R Martienssen, V Colot
Nature methods 2 (3), 213-218, 2005
Distinct mechanisms determine transposon inheritance and methylation via small interfering RNA and histone modification
Z Lippman, B May, C Yordan, T Singer, R Martienssen, P Becker
PLoS biology 1 (3), e67, 2003
The flowering gene SINGLE FLOWER TRUSS drives heterosis for yield in tomato
U Krieger, ZB Lippman, D Zamir
Nature genetics 42 (5), 459-463, 2010
Epigenetic natural variation in Arabidopsis thaliana
MW Vaughn, M Tanurdžić, Z Lippman, H Jiang, R Carrasquillo, ...
PLoS biology 5 (7), e174, 2007
Overdominant quantitative trait loci for yield and fitness in tomato
Y Semel, J Nissenbaum, N Menda, M Zinder, U Krieger, N Issman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (35), 12981-12986, 2006
Variation in the flowering gene SELF PRUNING 5G promotes day-neutrality and early yield in tomato
S Soyk, NA Müller, SJ Park, I Schmalenbach, K Jiang, R Hayama, ...
Nature Genetics 49 (1), 162-168, 2017
RaGOO: fast and accurate reference-guided scaffolding of draft genomes
M Alonge, S Soyk, S Ramakrishnan, X Wang, S Goodwin, FJ Sedlazeck, ...
Genome biology 20 (1), 1-17, 2019
A cascade of arabinosyltransferases controls shoot meristem size in tomato
C Xu, KL Liberatore, CA MacAlister, Z Huang, YH Chu, K Jiang, C Brooks, ...
Nature genetics 47 (7), 784-792, 2015
Dissecting the genetic pathway to extreme fruit size in tomato using a cross between the small-fruited wild species Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium and L. esculentum var. Giant …
Z Lippman, SD Tanksley
Genetics 158 (1), 413-422, 2001
Rapid improvement of domestication traits in an orphan crop by genome editing
ZH Lemmon, NT Reem, J Dalrymple, S Soyk, KE Swartwood, ...
Nature plants 4 (10), 766-770, 2018
Major impacts of widespread structural variation on gene expression and crop improvement in tomato
M Alonge, X Wang, M Benoit, S Soyk, L Pereira, L Zhang, H Suresh, ...
Cell 182 (1), 145-161. e23, 2020
Bypassing negative epistasis on yield in tomato imposed by a domestication gene
S Soyk, ZH Lemmon, M Oved, J Fisher, KL Liberatore, SJ Park, A Goren, ...
Cell 169 (6), 1142-1155. e12, 2017
An integrated view of quantitative trait variation using tomato interspecific introgression lines
ZB Lippman, Y Semel, D Zamir
Current opinion in genetics & development 17 (6), 545-552, 2007
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