Britney Moss Department of Biology, University of Washington, USA
1 protocol

Jessica Guseman Department of Biology, University of Washington, USA
1 protocol

Jennifer L. Nemhauser
  • Department of Biology, University of Washington, USA
Research focus
  • Cell biology
  • 1 Author merit


Ph. D. in Plant Biology, University of California, 2000

Current position

Member, Molecular and Cellular Biology Program, Univ. of Washington
Professor, Dept. of Biology, Univ. of Washington
Faculty Member, Faculty of 1000
Paul G. Allen Family Foundation Distinguished Investigator


  1. Khakhar, A., Bolten, N. J., Nemhauser, J. and Klavins, E. (2016). Cell-Cell Communication in Yeast Using Auxin Biosynthesis and Auxin Responsive CRISPR Transcription Factors. ACS Synth Biol 5(4): 279-286.

  2. Moss, B. L., Mao, H., Guseman, J. M., Hinds, T. R., Hellmuth, A., Kovenock, M., Noorassa, A., Lanctot, A., Villalobos, L. I., Zheng, N. and Nemhauser, J. L. (2015). Rate Motifs Tune Auxin/Indole-3-Acetic Acid Degradation Dynamics. Plant Physiol 169(1): 803-813.

  3. Guseman, J. M., Hellmuth, A., Lanctot, A., Feldman, T. P., Moss, B. L., Klavins, E., Calderon Villalobos, L. I. and Nemhauser, J. L. (2015). Auxin-induced degradation dynamics set the pace for lateral root development. Development 142(5): 905-909.

  4. Galli, M., Liu, Q., Moss, B. L., Malcomber, S., Li, W., Gaines, C., Federici, S., Roshkovan, J., Meeley, R., Nemhauser, J. L. and Gallavotti, A. (2015). Auxin signaling modules regulate maize inflorescence architecture. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 112(43): 13372-13377.

  5. Yu, H., Zhang, Y., Moss, B. L., Bargmann, B. O., Wang, R., Prigge, M., Nemhauser, J. L. and Estelle, M. (2015). Untethering the TIR1 auxin receptor from the SCF complex increases its stability and inhibits auxin response. Nat Plants 1(3).

  6. Pierre-Jerome, E., Jang, S. S., Havens, K. A., Nemhauser, J. L. and Klavins, E. (2014). Recapitulation of the forward nuclear auxin response pathway in yeast. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 111(26): 9407-9412.

  7. Yu, H., Moss, B. L., Jang, S. S., Prigge, M., Klavins, E., Nemhauser, J. L. and Estelle, M. (2013). Mutations in the TIR1 auxin receptor that increase affinity for auxin/indole-3-acetic acid proteins result in auxin hypersensitivity. Plant Physiol 162(1): 295-303.

  8. Stewart Lilley, J. L., Gan, Y., Graham, I. A. and Nemhauser, J. L. (2013). The effects of DELLAs on growth change with developmental stage and brassinosteroid levels. Plant J 76(1): 165-173.

  9. Havens, K. A., Guseman, J. M., Jang, S. S., Pierre-Jerome, E., Bolten, N., Klavins, E. and Nemhauser, J. L. (2012). A synthetic approach reveals extensive tunability of auxin signaling. Plant Physiol 160(1): 135-142.

  10. Lilley, J. L., Gee, C. W., Sairanen, I., Ljung, K. and Nemhauser, J. L. (2012). An endogenous carbon-sensing pathway triggers increased auxin flux and hypocotyl elongation. Plant Physiol 160(4): 2261-2270.

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Authors:  Jessica M. Guseman, Jennifer L. Nemhauser and Britney L. Moss, date: 08/05/2016, view: 8432, Q&A: 0
An emerging theme in biology is the importance of cellular signaling dynamics. In addition to monitoring changes in absolute abundance of signaling molecules, many signal transduction pathways are sensitive to changes in temporal properties of ...
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