Erich Grotewold PhD


Erich Grotewold PhD
ProfessorCollege of Arts and Sciencesgrotewold.1@osu.edu
232 Rightmire Hall 1060 Carmack Road Columbus Ohio 43210
Phone:614-292-2483Fax: (614) 292-5379
  • Molecular Biology and Cancer Genetics

Research Description

Dr. Grotewold's research focuses on the control of gene expression and architecture of regulatory networks, using transcription factors as tools for plant metabolic engineering, sub-cellular trafficking of phytochemicals and other small molecules.

Current Publications

  • Burdo B, Gray J, Goetting-Minesky MP, Wittler B, Hunt M, Li T, Velliquette D, Thomas J, Gentzel I, Brito MD, Mejía-Guerra MK, Connolly LN, Qaisi D, Li W, Casas MI, Doseff AI, Grotewold EThe Maize TFome - development of a transcription factor open reading frame collection for functional genomics.Plant J in press 7/23/2014
  • Kovinich N, Kayanja G, Chanoca A, Riedl K, Otegui MS, Grotewold ENot all anthocyanins are born equal: distinct patterns induced by stress in Arabidopsis.Planta in press 6/6/2014
  • Zhiponova MK, Morohashi K, Vanhoutte I, Machemer-Noonan K, Revalska M, Van Montagu M, Grotewold E, Russinova EHelix-loop-helix/basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor network represses cell elongation in Arabidopsis through an apparent incoherent feed-forward loop.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 111 2824-9 2/18/2014
  • Casas MI, Duarte S, Doseff AI, Grotewold EFlavone-rich maize: an opportunity to improve the nutritional value of an important commodity crop.Front Plant Sci 5 440 1/1/2014
  • Li D, Dreher K, Knee E, Brkljacic J, Grotewold E, Berardini TZ, Lamesch P, Garcia-Hernandez M, Reiser L, Huala EArabidopsis database and stock resources.Methods Mol Biol 1062 65-96 1/1/2014
  • Rivero L, Scholl R, Holomuzki N, Crist D, Grotewold E, Brkljacic JHandling Arabidopsis plants: growth, preservation of seeds, transformation, and genetic crosses.Methods Mol Biol 1062 3-25 1/1/2014
  • Falcone Ferreyra ML, Rodriguez E, Casas MI, Labadie G, Grotewold E, Casati PIdentification of a bifunctional maize C- and O-glucosyltransferase.J Biol Chem 288 31678-88 11/1/2013
  • Emiliani J, Grotewold E, Falcone Ferreyra ML, Casati PFlavonols protect Arabidopsis plants against UV-B deleterious effects.Mol Plant 6 1376-9 7/1/2013
  • Arango D, Morohashi K, Yilmaz A, Kuramochi K, Parihar A, Brahimaj B, Grotewold E, Doseff AIMolecular basis for the action of a dietary flavonoid revealed by the comprehensive identification of apigenin human targets.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 110 E2153-62 6/11/2013
  • Pourcel L, Irani NG, Koo AJ, Bohorquez-Restrepo A, Howe GA, Grotewold EA chemical complementation approach reveals genes and interactions of flavonoids with other pathways.Plant J 74 383-97 5/1/2013
  • Pomeranz M, Campbell J, Siegal-Gaskins D, Engelmeier J, Wilson T, Fernandez V, Brkljacic J, Grotewold EHigh-resolution computational imaging of leaf hair patterning using polarized light microscopy.Plant J 73 701-8 2/1/2013
  • Caccamo M, Grotewold ETurning over a new leaf in plant genomics.Genome Biol 14 403 1/1/2013
  • Arango D, Parihar A, Villamena FA, Wang L, Freitas MA, Grotewold E, Doseff AIApigenin induces DNA damage through the PKCδ-dependent activation of ATM and H2AX causing down-regulation of genes involved in cell cycle control and DNA repair.Biochem Pharmacol 84 1571-80 12/15/2012
  • Umeda M, Grotewold E, Sugimoto K, Breuer C, Morohashi K, Kawamura A, Takahashi N, Ishida TTranscriptional repression of the APC/C activator CCS52A1 promotes active termination of cell growth.EMBO J 31 4488-501 12/12/2012

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