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  1. Biosynthesis of chlorophyll c in a dinoflagellate and heterologous production in planta.
    Jinkerson†, Poveda-Huertes, Cooney, Cho, Ochoa-Fernandez, Keeling, Xiang†, Andersen-Ranberg
    Current Biology, 34:44938. (2024)📄

    Covered by: UCR; SynBioBeta; New Atlas;
  2. Cathepsin X is a conserved cell death protein involved in algal response to environmental stress.
    Mizrachi, Sadeh, Ben-Dor, Dym, Ku, Feldmesser, Zarfin, Brunson, Allen, Jinkerson, Schatz, Vardi
    bioRxiv, doi:10.1101/2024.05.15.594278. ()

  3. Engineering bacterial warriors: harnessing microbes to modulate animal physiology.
    Gao, Ruiz, Case, Jinkerson, Sun
    Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 87:103113. (2024)📄
  4. Identification of green lineage osmotic stress pathways.
    Vilarrasa-Blasi, Vellosillo, Jinkerson, Fauser, Xiang, Minkoff, Wang, Kniazev, Guzman, Osaki, Sussman, Jonikas, Dinneny
    In press, doi:10.1101/2021.07.19.453009. (2024)
  5. Chloroplast methyltransferase homolog RMT2 is involved in photosystem I biogenesis.
    Kim, Huang, Findinier, Bunbury, Redekop, Shrestha, Vilarrasa-Blasi, Jinkerson, Fakhimi, Fauser, Jonikas, Onishi, Xu, Grossman
    bioRxiv, doi:10.1101/2023.12.21.572672. (2023)

  6. Alternative carbon sources for the production of plant cellular agriculture: a case study on acetate.
    Hann, Harland-Dunaway, Garcia, Meuser†, Jinkerson†
    Frontiers in Plant Science, 14:1104751. (2023)📄
  7. Generation of Symbiodiniaceae mutants using UV mutagenesis.
    Russo, Xiang†, Jinkerson†
    STAR Protocols, 4:1-13. (2023)📄
  8. Cell wall digestion of the dinoflagellate Breviolum minutum.
    Pairs, Dundon, Narváez-Vásquez, Orozco-Cárdenas, Xiang, Jinkerson, Rao
    Journal of Applied Phycology, doi:10.1007/s10811-023-03140-7. (2023)📄
  9. DNA delivery by high aspect ratio nanomaterials to algal chloroplasts.
    Newkirk, Jeon, Kim, Sivaraj, De Allende, Castillo, Jinkerson†, Giraldo†
    Environmental Science: Nano, 10:2890-2903. (2023)📄
  10. A hybrid inorganic–biological artificial photosynthesis system for energy-efficient food production.
    Hann*, Overa*, Harland-Dunaway*, Narvaez, Le, Orozco-Cárdenas, Jiao†, Jinkerson†
    Nature Food, 3:461-471. (2022)📄

  11. Systematic characterization of gene function in the photosynthetic alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.
    Fauser*, Vilarrasa-Blasi*, Onishi, Ramundo, Patena, Millican, Osaki, Philp, Nemeth, Salomé, Li, Wakao, Kim, Kaye, Grossman, Niyogi, Merchant, Cutler, Walter, Dinneny†, Jonikas†, Jinkerson†
    Nature Genetics, 54:705–714. (2022)📄💾

  12. Cnidarian-Symbiodiniaceae symbiosis establishment is independent of photosynthesis.
    Jinkerson†*, Russo*, Newkirk, Kirk, Chi, Martindale, Grossman, Hatta, Xiang†
    Current Biology, 32:1-14. (2022)📄

  13. Engineered nanoceria alleviates thermally-induced oxidative stress in free-living Breviolum minutum (Symbiodiniaceae, formerly Clade B).
    Roger, Russo, Jinkerson, Giraldo, Lewinski
    Frontiers in Marine Science, 9:960173. (2022)📄

  14. Nanotechnology approaches for chloroplast biotechnology advancements.
    Newkirk, De Allende, Jinkerson, Giraldo
    Frontiers in Plant Science, doi:10.3389/fpls.2021.691295. (2021)📄
  15. Vision, challenges and opportunities for a Plant Cell Atlas.
    Plant Cell Atlas Consortium et al.
    eLife, 10:e6687. (2021)📄
  16. Symbiont population control by host-symbiont metabolic interaction in Symbiodiniaceae-cnidarian associations.
    Xiang, Lehnert, Jinkerson, Clowez, Kim, DeNofrio, Pringle, Grossman
    Nature Communications, 11:108. (2020)📄

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  17. A peek in the micro-sized world: a review of design principles, engineering tools, and applications of engineered microbial community.
    Gao, Sabnis, Costantini, Jinkerson, Sun
    Biochemical Society Transactions, 48:399-409. (2020)📄
  18. A genome-wide algal mutant library reveals a global view of genes required for eukaryotic photosynthesis.
    Li, Patena, Fauser, Jinkerson, Saroussi, Ivanova, Robertson, Yue, Zhang, Vilarrasa-Blasi, Wittkopp, Ramundo, Blum, Goh, Laudon, Lefebvre, Grossman, Jonikas
    Nature Genetics, 1:1-12. (2019)📄

  19. Glucose-induced trophic shift in an endosymbiont dinoflagellate with physiological and molecular consequences.
    Xiang, Jinkerson, Clowez, Tran, Krediet, Onishi, Cleves, Pringle, Grossman
    Plant Physiology, 176:1793-1807. (2018)📄
    Highlighted in: Plant Physiology
  20. Modulation of medium-chain fatty acid synthesis in Synechococcus sp. PCC 7002 by replacing FabH with a Chaetoceros ketoacyl-ACP synthase.
    Gu, Jinkerson, Davies, Sisson, Schneider, Posewitz
    Frontiers in Plant Science, 7:690. (2016)📄
  21. Effectiveness of cationically modified cellulose polymers for dewatering algae.
    Liberatore, Peterson, Nottoli, McCulloch, Jinkerson, Boyle, Posewitz
    Separation Science and Technology, 51:892-898. (2016)
  22. Molecular techniques to interrogate and edit the Chlamydomonas nuclear genome.
    Jinkerson and Jonikas
    The Plant Journal, 82:393-412. (2015)📄
  23. A fluorescence‐activated cell sorting-based strategy for rapid isolation of high-lipid Chlamydomonas mutants.
    Terashima, Freeman, Jinkerson, Jonikas
    The Plant Journal, 81:147-159. (2015)
  24. Ultrastructure and composition of the Nannochloropsis gaditana cell wall.
    Scholz, Weiss, Jinkerson, Jing, Roth, Goodenough, Posewitz, Gerken
    Eukaryotic Cell, 13:1450-1464. (2014)
  25. Evolutionary and biotechnological implications of robust hydrogenase activity in halophilic strains of Tetraselmis.
    D’Adamo, Jinkerson, Boyd, Brown, Baxter, Peters, Posewitz
    PLoS ONE, 9:e85812. (2014)
  26. Draft genome sequence of the filamentous cyanobacterium Leptolyngbya Heron Island strain J exhibiting chromatic acclimation.
    Paul, Jinkerson, Buss, Steel, Mohr, Hess, Chen, Fromme
    Genome Announcement, 2:e01166-13. (2014)
  27. Towards a photosynthetic microbial platform for terpenoid engineering.
    Davies, Jinkerson, Posewitz
    Photosynthesis Research, 123:265-284. (2014)
  28. Genomic insights from the oleaginous model alga Nannochloropsis gaditana.
    Jinkerson, Radakovits, Posewitz
    Bioengineered, 4:37-43. (2013)📄
  29. Biocommodities from photosynthetic microorganisms.
    Work, Bentley, Scholz, D’Adamo, Gu, Vogler, Franks, Stanish, Jinkerson, Posewitz
    Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, 32:989-1001. (2013)
  30. Draft genome sequence and transformation of the oleaginous alga Nannochloropsis gaditana.
    Radakovits*, Jinkerson*, Fuerstenberg, Tae, Settlage, Boore, Posewitz
    Nature Communications, 3:686. (2012) (* equal contribution)
  31. Improving photosynthesis and metabolic networks for the competitive production of phototroph-derived biofuels.
    Work, D’Adamo, Radakovits, Jinkerson, Posewitz
    Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 23:290-297. (2012)
  32. Genetic disruption of both Chlamydomonas reinhardtii [FeFe]-hydrogenases: insight into the role of HYDA2 in H2 production.
    Meuser, D’Adamo, Jinkerson, Mus, Yang, Ghirardi, Seibert, Grossman, Posewitz
    Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 417:704-709. (2012)
  33. Improving biofuel production in phototrophic microorganisms with systems biology tools.
    Jinkerson, Subramanian, Posewitz
    Biofuels, 2:125-144. (2011)📄
  34. The production of the sesquiterpene β-caryophyllene in a transgenic strain of the cyanobacterium Synechocystis.
    Reinsvold, Jinkerson, Radakovits, Posewitz, Basu
    Journal of Plant Physiology, 168:848-852. (2011)
  35. Increased lipid accumulation in the Chlamydomonas reinhardtii sta7-10 starchless isoamylase mutant and increased carbohydrate synthesis in complemented strains.
    Work*, Radakovits*, Jinkerson*, Meuser, Elliott, Vinyard, Laurens, Dismukes, Posewitz
    Eukaryotic Cell, 9:1251-1261. (2010) (* equal contribution)
  36. Genetic engineering of algae for enhanced biofuel production.
    Radakovits, Jinkerson, Darzins, Posewitz
    Eukaryotic Cell, 9:486-501. (2010)