Publications

2017
Zhao, C, Wang P, Si T, Hsu C-C, Wang L, Zayed O, Yu Z, Zhu Y, Dong J, Tao AW et al..  2017.  MAP Kinase Cascades Regulate the Cold Response by Modulating ICE1 Protein Stability. Developmental Cell. 42:1-12.Website
Huang, Q, Zhong S, Bleckmann A, Huang J, Guo X, Lin Q, Gu H, Dong J, Dresslhaus T, Qu LJ.  2017.  Sperm cells are passive cargo of the pollen tube in plant fertilization.. Nature Plants. 3:17079
2016
Zhang, Y, Guo X, Dong J.  2016.  Phosphorylation of the Polarity Protein BASL Differentiates Asymmetric Cell Fate through MAPKs and SPCH. Current Biology. 26(21):2957-2965.Website
Pillitteri, LJ, Guo X, Dong J.  2016.  Asymmetric cell division in plants: mechanisms of symmetry breaking and cell fate determination.. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. DOI 10.1007/s00018-016-2290-2
Zhang, Y, Bergmann DC, Dong J.  2016.  Fine-scale dissection of the subdomains of polarity protein BASL in stomatal asymmetric cell division.. J. Exp. Bot.. doi:10.1093/jxb/erw274
Xue, X, Dong J.  2016.  The MAPK substrate MASS2 regulates stomatal patterning in Arabidopsis.. Mol. Reprod. Dev. . 83(2):93.
Hou, Y, Guo X, Cyprys P, Zhang Y, Bleckmann A, Cai L, Huang Q, Luo Y, Gu H, Dresselhaus T et al..  2016.  Maternal ENODLs Are Required for Pollen Tube Reception in Arabidopsis.. Curr. Biol.. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2016.06.053
Shao, W, Dong J.  2016.  Polarity in plant asymmetric cell division: Division orientation and cell fate differentiation.. Dev. Biol.. doi:10.1016/j.ydbio.2016.07.020
2015
Zhang, Y, Wang P, Shao W, Zhu J-K, Dong J.  2015.  The BASL Polarity Protein Controls a MAPK Signaling Feedback Loop in Asymmetric Cell Division.. Dev Cell. doi: 10.1016/j.devcel.2015.02.022.
2014
Yamamuro, C, Miki D, Zheng Z, Wang J, Dong J, Zhu JK.  2014.  Overproduction of stomatal lineage cells in Arabidopsis mutants defective in active DNA demethylation.. Nature Commun.. 5(5):4062.
Luo, C, Dong J, Zhang Y, Lam E.  2014.  Decoding the role of chromatin architecture in development: coming closer to the end of the tunnel.. Frontiers in Plant Science. 5 AbstractWebsite
Form and function in biology are intimately related aspects that are often difficult to untangle. While the structural aspects of chromatin organization were apparent from early cytological observations long before the molecular details of chromatin functions were deciphered, the extent to which genome architecture may impact its output remains unclear. A major roadblock to resolve this issue is the divergent scales, both temporal and spatial, of the experimental approaches for examining these facets of chromatin biology. Recent advances in high-throughput sequencing and informatics to model and monitor genome-wide chromatin contact sites provide the much-needed platform to close this gap. This mini-review will focus on discussing recent efforts applying new technologies to elucidate the roles of genome architecture in coordinating global gene expression output. Our discussion will emphasize the potential roles of differential genome 3-D structure as a driver for cell fate specification of multicellular organisms. An integrated approach that combines multiple new methodologies may finally have the necessary temporal and spatial resolution to provide clarity on the roles of chromatin architecture during development.
2013
Pillitteri LJ, DJ.  2013.  Stomatal development in Arabidopsis.. Arabidopsis Book. :10.1199/tab.0162.
2011
2010
Dong, J.  2010.  Stomatal patterning and development.. Curr Top Dev Biol.. 91:267-97.
2009
Dong, J, MacAlister CA, Bergmann DC.  2009.  BASL controls asymmetric cell division in Arabidopsis.. Cell. 137(7):1320-1330.