Neha Vaid
Neha Vaid
Post-doctorate, University of Calgary
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Knights in action: lectin receptor-like kinases in plant development and stress responses
N Vaid, A Macovei, N Tuteja
Molecular plant 6 (5), 1405-1418, 2013
Genome-wide analysis of lectin receptor-like kinase family from Arabidopsis and rice
N Vaid, PK Pandey, N Tuteja
Plant molecular biology 80 (4-5), 365-388, 2012
Elucidating gene function and function evolution through comparison of co-expression networks of plants
BO Hansen, N Vaid, M Musialak-Lange, M Janowski, M Mutwil
Frontiers in plant science 5, 394, 2014
Expression atlas and comparative coexpression network analyses reveal important genes involved in the formation of lignified cell wall in Brachypodium distachyon
R Sibout, S Proost, BO Hansen, N Vaid, FM Giorgi, S Ho‐Yue‐Kuang, ...
New Phytologist 215 (3), 1009-1025, 2017
A new DEAD-box helicase ATP-binding protein (OsABP) from rice is responsive to abiotic stress
A Macovei, N Vaid, S Tula, N Tuteja
Plant signaling & behavior 7 (9), 1138-1143, 2012
Pea lectin receptor-like kinase promotes high salinity stress tolerance in bacteria and expresses in response to stress in planta
A Joshi, HQ Dang, N Vaid, N Tuteja
Glycoconjugate journal 27 (1), 133-150, 2010
Beyond genomics: studying evolution with gene coexpression networks
C Ruprecht, N Vaid, S Proost, S Persson, M Mutwil
Trends in plant science 22 (4), 298-307, 2017
Pea lectin receptor-like kinase functions in salinity adaptation without yield penalty, by alleviating osmotic and ionic stresses and upregulating stress-responsive genes
N Vaid, P Pandey, VK Srivastava, N Tuteja
Plant molecular biology 88 (1-2), 193-206, 2015
Genome wide analysis of Cyclophilin gene family from rice and Arabidopsis and its comparison with yeast
DK Trivedi, S Yadav, N Vaid, N Tuteja
Plant signaling & behavior 7 (12), 1653-1666, 2012
Isolation of high salinity stress tolerant genes from Pisum sativum by random overexpression in Escherichia coli and their functional validation
A Joshi, HQ Dang, N Vaid, N Tuteja
Plant signaling & behavior 4 (5), 400-412, 2009
In-silico analysis and expression profiling implicate diverse role of EPSPS family genes in regulating developmental and metabolic processes
B Garg, N Vaid, N Tuteja
BMC research notes 7 (1), 58, 2014
Chlorosis caused by two recessively interacting genes reveals a role of RNA helicase in hybrid breakdown in Arabidopsis thaliana
B Plötner, M Nurmi, A Fischer, M Watanabe, K Schneeberger, S Holm, ...
The Plant Journal 91 (2), 251-262, 2017
Diverse paths to hybrid incompatibility in Arabidopsis
N Vaid, RAE Laitinen
The Plant Journal, 2018
Ensemble gene function prediction database reveals genes important for complex I formation in Arabidopsis thaliana
BO Hansen, EH Meyer, C Ferrari, N Vaid, S Movahedi, K Vandepoele, ...
New Phytologist 217 (4), 1521-1534, 2018
Abiotic stress response in plants
N Tuteja, SS Gill
John Wiley & Sons, 2016
Overexpression of a pea DNA helicase 45 in bacteria confers salinity stress tolerance
MM Tajrishi, N Vaid, R Tuteja, N Tuteja
Plant signaling & behavior 6 (9), 1271-1275, 2011
Versatile and multifaceted CRISPR/Cas gene editing tool for plant research
PK Pandey, TD Quilichini, N Vaid, P Gao, D Xiang, R Datla
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 96, 107-114, 2019
Plasticity of rosette size in response to nitrogen availability is controlled by an RCC1-family protein
G Duarte, P Pandey, N Vaid, S Alseekh, AR Fernie, Z Nikoloski, ...
Authorea Preprints, 2021
Leaf chlorosis in Arabidopsis thaliana hybrids is associated with transgenerational decline and imbalanced ribosome number
N Vaid, H Ishihara, B Plötner, K Sageman‐Furnas, A Wiszniewski, ...
New Phytologist, 2020
Plasticity in metabolism underpins local responses to nitrogen in Arabidopsis thaliana populations
PK Pandey, J Yu, N Omranian, S Alseekh, N Vaid, AR Fernie, Z Nikoloski, ...
Plant direct 3 (11), e00186, 2019
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