Guus Bakkeren Pacific Agri-Food Research Centre, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Canada
1 protocol
Arsalan Daudi University of California
157 protocols

David Paul MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
45 protocols

Dennis Nürnberg Freie Universität Berlin
51 protocols

Emilia Krypotou Yale University
21 protocols

Vinay Panwar
  • Research Officer, Agriculture and Agri-Food
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • Plant-Pathogen Interactions, RNA Silencing, Crop Improvement, and Genetic Engineering
  • 1 Author merit




1. Panwar, V., Jordan, M., Mccallum, B. and Bakkeren, G. (2017). Host-induced silencing of essential genes in Puccinia triticina through transgenic expression of RNAi sequences reduces severity of leaf rust infection in wheat. Plant Biotechnology Journal.

2. Cuomo, C.A., Bakkeren, G., Khalil, H.B., Panwar, V., Joly, D., Linning, R., Sakthikumar, S., Song, X., Adiconis, X., Fan, L., Goldberg, J.M., Levin, J.Z., Young, S., Zang, Q., Anikster, Y., Bruce, M., Wang, M., Yin, C., McCallum, B., Szabo, L.J., Hulbert, S., Chen, X., and Fellers, J. (2017). Comparative analysis highlights variable genome content of wheat rusts and divergent of the mating loci. G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics. 7:361-376.

3. Panwar. V., and Bakkeren, G. (2017). Investigating gene function in cereal rust fungi by plant-mediated virus-induced gene silencing, in Periyannan.S. (eds.) – Methods in Molecular Biology, Springer New York. 1659:115-124.

4. Panwar, V., McCallum, B., Jordan, M., Loewen, M., Fobert, P., McCartney, C., and Bakkeren, G. (2016). RNA silencing approaches for identifying pathogenicity and virulence elements towards engineering crop resistance to plant pathogenic fungi. CAB Reviews. doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR201611027.

5. McCallum, B., Hiebert, C., Cloutier, S., Bakkeren, G., Rosa, S., Humphreys, D.G., Marais, G.F., McCartnet, C.A., Panwar, V., Rampitch, C., Saville, B.J., and Wang X. (2016). A review of wheat leaf rust research and the development of resistant cultivars in Canada. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology. 38(1): 1-18.

6. Panwar, V., McCallum, B., and Bakkeren, G. (2015). A functional genomics method for assaying gene function in phytopathogenic fungi through host-induced gene silencing mediated by Agroinfiltration, in Mysore, K.S. and Senthil-Kumar, M. (eds.) - Methods in Molecular Biology, Springer New York. 1287:179-189.

7. Panwar, V., McCallum, B. and Bakkeren, G. (2013). Host-induced gene silencing of wheat leaf rust fungus Puccinia triticina pathogenicity genes mediated by the Barley stripe mosaic virus. Plant Molecular Biology. 81(6): 595-608.

8. Panwar, V., McCallum, B. and Bakkeren, G. (2013). Endogenous silencing of Puccinia triticina pathogenicity genes through in-planta expressed sequences leads to suppression of rust diseases on wheat. Plant Journal. 73(3): 521-532.

9. Panwar, V., and Bakkeren, G. (2013). A high resolution short interfering RNA (siRNA) detection method from virus-infected Plants. Bio-protocol. 3(20): e940.

10. Bakkeren, G., Song, X., Panwar, V., Linning, R., Wang, X., Rammpitsch, C., McCallum, B., Fellers, J., and Saville, B (2012). Functional genomic approaches for the wheat leaf rust. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology. 34 (1):3-12.

11. Shelly, P., Panwar, V. and Ahlawat Y. S. (2003). Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in kinnow mandarin. Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 12:163-165.
1 Protocol published
A High Resolution Short Interfering RNA (siRNA) Detection Method from Virus-infected Plants
Authors:  Vinay Panwar and Guus Bakkeren, date: 10/20/2013, view: 11866, Q&A: 0
Plant viruses are strong inducers as well as targets of RNA silencing. In plants RNA silencing acts as a natural defense mechanism against viral infection and is associated with accumulation of virus-specific small interfering RNAs (siRNAs). The ...
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HIV-CRISPR: A CRISPR/Cas9 Screening Method to Identify Genes Affecting HIV Replication
Authors:  Ferdinand Roesch and Molly OhAinle, date: 05/05/2020, view: 6069, Q&A: 0
Screening with CRISPR/Cas9 technology has already led to significant discoveries in the fields of cancer biology, cell biology and virology. Because of the relatively low false discovery rates and the ability to perform high-throughput, pooled ...
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High-throughput Site-directed Scanning Mutagenesis Using a Two-fragment PCR Approach
Authors:  Franziska M. Heydenreich, Tamara Miljuš, Dalibor Milić and Dmitry B. Veprintsev, date: 01/05/2020, view: 4001, Q&A: 0
Site-directed scanning mutagenesis is a useful tool applied in studying protein function and designing proteins with new properties, such as increased stability or enzymatic activity. Creating a systematic library of hundreds of site-directed ...
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