Publications from IOS-0923960

Journal articles:

2015

  1. Moore M, Ostry M, Hegeman AD, and Martin AC (2015) Inhibition ofOphiognomonia clavigignenti-juglandacearum by Juglans species bark extracts, Plant Dis99(3): 401-8.

2014

  1. Martin AC, Johnston E, Xing C, and Hegeman AD (2014a) Measuring the chemical and cytotoxic variability of commercially available kava (Piper methysticum G. Forster), PLOS One9(11): e111572.
  2. Kwak H, Hegeman AD, and Park S (2014) Seasonal changes in metabolic profiles of galls and leaves of Rhus chinensis using gas chromatography mass spectrometry and liquid chromatography quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry, J Plant Biol57:127-135.
  3. Martin AC, Pawlus AD, Jewett EM, Wyse DL, Angerhofer CK, Hegeman AD (2014b) Evaluating solvent extraction systems using metabolomics approaches, RSC Adv, 4: 26325-26334.
  4. Roe MR, Carlson JL, McManimon TM, Hegeman AD, and Tong CBS (2014a) Differential accumulation and degradation of anthocyanins in Red Norland periderm is dependent on soil type and tuber storage duration, Am J Potato Res91(6): 696-705.
  5. Roe MR, Cohen JD, and Hegeman AD (2014b) Regioselective solvent-phase deuteration of polyphenolic compounds informs their identification by mass spectrometry, Anal Biochem452:76-85.
  6. Unger L, Nicholson A, Jewitt EM, Gerber V, Hegeman A, Sweetman L, Valberg S (2014) Hypoglycin A concentrations in seeds of Acer pseudoplatanus trees growing on Atypical Myopathy-affected and control pastures, J of Vet Int Med, 28(4):1289–1293.
  7. Gillman JH, Hegeman AD, Sharp RG (2014) Clarifying the role of maples in atypical myopathy, Equine Vet J46(2):135-6. doi: 10.1111/evj.12176.
  8. Tivendale ND, Ross JJ, Cohen JD (2014) The shifting paradigms of auxin biosynthesis. Trends in Plant Science 19:44-51 doi: 10.1016/j.tplants.2013.09.012
  9. Roe MR, Cohen JD, and Hegeman AD (2014c) “Targeted deuteration of polyphenolics for their qualitative and quantitative metabolomic analysis in plant-derived extracts”, Sriram G. Ed., Methods in Molecular Biology1083:17-29. doi: 10.1007/978-1-62703-661-0_2.

2013

  1. Yerramsetty V, Roe MR, Cohen JD, Hegeman AD, Ismail B (2013) development of a simple, fast and accurate method for the direct quantification of selective estrogen receptor modulators using stable isotope dilution mass spectrometry, J Agric Food Chem61(29): 7028–7037.
  2. Wilson MB, Spivak M, Hegeman AD, Rendahl A, Cohen JD (2013) Metabolomics reveals the origins of antimicrobial plant resins collected by honey bees. PLOS One8(10): e77512.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0077512.
  3. DeMason DA, Chetty V, Barkawi LS, Liu X and Cohen JD (2013) Unifoliata-Afila interactions in pea leaf morphogenesis, Am J Bot,100(3): 478-495.
  4. Li W, Zhou Y, Liu X, Yu P, Cohen JD, Meyerowitz EM (2013) LEAFY controls auxin response pathways in floral primordium formation, Sci Signal6: ra23. DOI: 10.1126/scisignal.2003937
  5. Valberg S, Sponseller B, Hegeman AD, Earing J, Bender J, Martinson K, Patterson S, and Sweetman L (2013) Seasonal pasture myopathy/atypical myopathy in North America associated with ingestion of hypoglycin A within seeds of the box elder tree, Equine Vet J45(4): 419-26. DOI: 10.1111/j.2042-3306.2012.00684.x

2012

  1. Boswell PG, Carr PW, Cohen JD, Hegeman AD (2012) Easy and accurate calculation of programmed temperature gas chromatographic retention times by back-calculation of temperature and hold-up time profiles, J Chromatogr A1263:179-188.
  2. Liu X, Barkawi L, Gardner G, Cohen JD (2012a) Transport of indole-3-butyric acid and indole-3-acetic acid in Arabidopsis hypocotyls using stable isotope labeling, Plant Phys158: 1988-2000.
  3. Dal Bosco C, Dovzhenko A, Liu X, Wörner N, Rensch T, Eismann M, Eimer S, Hegermann J, Paponov IA, Ruperti B, Heberle-Bors E, Touraev A, Cohen JD, Palme K (2012) The endoplasmic reticulum localized PIN8 is a pollen specific auxin carrier involved in intracellular auxin homeostasis. Plant J71: 860–870.
  4. De Rybel B, Audenaert D, Xuan W, Overvoorde PJ, Strader L, Kepinski S, Hoye R, Brisbois R, Parizot B, Vanneste S, Liu X, Gilday A, Graham I, Nguyen L, Jansen L, Njo M, Inze D, Bartel B, and Beeckman T (2012) A Role for the Root Cap in Root Branching Revealed by the Non-Auxin Probe Naxillin. Nat Chem Biol8: 798-805.
  5. Liu X, Hegeman AD, Gardner G, and Cohen, JD (2012b) Protocol: High-throughput and quantitative assays of auxin and auxin precursors from minute tissue samples, Plant Methods8(1): 31.
  6. Menzel WI, Chen W-P, Hegeman AD, and Cohen JD (2012) “Qualitative and quantitative screening of amino acids in plant tissues”, High Throughput Phenotyping in Plants: Methods and Protocols, Normanly J. Ed. Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 918, 165-178.

2011

  1. Justen VL, Fritz VA, Cohen JD, Gardner GM (2011) Seasonal variation in glucosinolate accumulation in turnip cultivars grown with colored plastic mulches. HortScience46(12): 1608-1614.
  2. Charve, J., Chen, C., Hegeman, A. D., and Reineccius, G. A. (2011) Evaluation of instrumental methods for the untargeted analysis of chemical stimuli of orange juice flavour, Flavour Fragr J26(6): 429-440.
  3. Nonhebel H, Yuan Y, Al-Amier H, Pieck M, Akor E, Ahamed A, Cohen JD, Celenza JL, Normanly J (2011) Redirection of tryptophan metabolism in tobacco by ectopic expression of an Arabidopsis indolic glucosinolate biosynthetic gene. Phytochemistry 72: 37-48.
  4. Strader LC, Wheeler DL, Christensen SE, Berens JC, Cohen JD, Rampey RA and Bartel B (2011) Multiple facets of Arabidopsis seedling development require indole-3-butyric acid-derived auxin. Plant Cell 23: 984–999.
  5. Phillips KA, Skirpan AL, Liu X, Christensen A, Slewinski TL, Hudson C, Barazesh S, Cohen JD Malcomber S and McSteen P (2011) vanishing tassel2 encodes a grass-specific tryptophan aminotransferase required for vegetative and reproductive development in maize. Plant Cell 23: 550–566.
  6. Estrada AER, Hegeman AD, Kistler HC, and May G (2011) In vitro interactions between Fusarium verticillioides and Ustilago maydisthrough real-time PCR and metabolic profiling, Fungal Genetics and Biology48: 874–885.
  7. Cheng N, Liu JZ, Liu X, Wu Q, Thompson SM, Lin J, Chang J, Whitham SA, Park S, Cohen JD, Hirschi KD (2011) Arabidopsis monothiol glutaredoxin, AtGRXS17, is essential for temperature-dependent postembryonic growth and development via modulating auxin response. J Biol Chem 286: 20398-20406.
  8. Chen W-P, Yang X-Y, Harms GL, Gray WM, Hegeman AD, Cohen JD (2011) An automated growth enclosure for metabolic labeling ofArabidopsis thaliana with 13C-carbon dioxide – an in vivo labeling system for proteomics and metabolomics research. Proteome Science9: 9.
  9. Boswell PG, Schellenberg JR, Carr PW, Cohen JD, Hegeman AD (2011) A study on retention “projection” as a supplementary means for compound identification by liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry capable of predicting retention with different gradients, flow rates, and instruments. J Chromatogr A 1218: 6732-6741.
  10. Boswell PG, Schellenberg JR, Carr PW, Cohen JD, Hegeman AD (2011) Easy and accurate high-performance liquid chromatography retention prediction with different gradients, flow rates, and instruments by back-calculation of gradient and flow rate profiles. J Chromatogr A1218: 6742-6749.
  11. Liu X, Cohen JD, Gardner G (2011) Low fluence red light increases the transport and biosynthesis of auxin. Plant Physiology 157: 891-904.

2010

  1. Barkawi, L. S., and Cohen, J. D. (2010) A method for concurrent diazomethane synthesis and substrate methylation in a 96-sample format, Nat Protoc5(10), 1619-26.
  2. Strader, L. C., Culler, A. H., Cohen, J. D., and Bartel, B. (2010) Conversion of endogenous indole-3-butyric acid to indole-3-acetic acid drives cell expansion in Arabidopsis seedlings. Plant Physiol, 153,1577-1586.
  3. Qi, Y., Tsuda, K., Joe, A., Sato, M., Nguyen, L. V., Glazebrook, J., Alfano, J. R., Cohen, J. D., and Katagiri, F. A. (2010) A putative RNA-binding protein positively regulates salicylic acid-mediated immunity in Arabidopsis. Mol Plant Microbe Interact23(12), 1573-83.
  4. Chen, W.-P., Yang, X.-Y., Hegeman, A. D., Gray, W. M., and Cohen, J. D. (2010) Microscale analysis of amino acids using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry after methyl chloroformate derivatization, J. Chromatogr B, 878, 2199-2208.
  5. Ge L, Peer W, Robert S, Swarup R, Ye S, Cohen JD, Friml J, Murphy A, Prigge M, Estelle M (2010) The Arabidopsis WAR1 (Weak Auxin Response 1) gene is required for polar auxin transport. Plant Cell 22, 1749-1761.

Poster and Oral Presentations at National and International Meetings:

2014

  1. Martin AC, Freund DM, Hegeman AD, Masujima T (2014) “Real-time chemical profiling and direct localization of living plant cell chemical contents by live single-cell mass spectrometry”, JSPS Summer Program Orientation, Hayama, Kanagawa Japan and RIKEN Quantitative Biology Center Retreat, Wakayama, Japan, (poster).
  2. Carlson J, Roe M, McManimon T, Hegeman AD, and Tong CBS (2014) “Anthocyanin degradation in red Norland potatoes”, The FASEB Journal28 (1 Supplement), 259.2 (poster).
  3. Cohen JD, Yu P, Kreiser M, Chen J, Hegeman A (June 29 – July 4, 2014) “Targeted metabolomics in auxin research” (Abstract 01-2, page 19), International Symposium on Auxins and Cytokinins in Plant Development – ACPD 2014, Prague, (invited oral).
  4. Brockman SA, Strauss M, Freund DM, Cohen JD, and Hegeman AD (2014) “Identification of potential chemical giraffe-feeding deterrents inAcacia robusta using untargeted metabolomics with LC-ESI-HRMS”, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 25(S1), Baltimore, MD, (poster).

2013

  1. Cohen JD (June18-22, 2013) the 21st Conference of the International Plant Growth Substances Association (IPGSA), “Toward single cell targeted metabolomics in plant hormone research”, Shanghai, China, (invited speaker).
  2. Martin AC, Pawlus AD, Jewet E, Brockman S, Wyse DL, Hegeman AD (2013) Optimized plant extractions for phytochemical library construction: Evaluating solvent systems using metabolomics approaches, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 24(S1), Minneapolis, MN, (poster).
  3. Roe MR, Cohen JD, Hegeman AD (2013) Solvent- and gas-phase deuteration of polyphenolics informs their identification by mass spectrometry, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 24(S1), Minneapolis, MN, (oral).
  4. Gentle C, Roe MR, Hegeman AD, Cohen, JD (2013) Mild Base Catalyzed Deuteration of Polyphenolics for Improving their Quantification in Cold Hardy Wines by Multiple Reaction Monitoring Mass Spectrometry, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 24(S1), Minneapolis, MN, (poster).

2012

  1. Hegeman AD (October 5-9, 2012) American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Asilomar Conference on Mass Spectrometry in Food Safety and Quality, “Stable Isotopic Labeling Approaches for Food Quality Analysis”, Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove, CA, (invited speaker).
  2. Yu P, Adrian D. Hegeman AD, and Cohen JD (2012) A tandem MS strategy for identifying novel indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) conjugates in plant extracts, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 23(S1), Vancouver, Canada, (poster).
  3. Martin AC, Roe MR, Wilson MB, and Hegeman AD (2012) Evaluation of MS instrumentation and feature detection software for metabolic fingerprinting of plant extracts, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 23(S1), Vancouver, Canada, (poster).
  4. Menzel W, Wen-Ping Chen W-P, Hendrickson-Culler A, Harrigan GG, Drury S, Jensen P, Doom J, Cohen JD, and Hegeman AD (2012) Automated and modular growth chambers for in vivo labeling of plant metabolomes and proteomes with 13C-carbon dioxide, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 23(S1), Vancouver, Canada, (poster).
  5. Boswell P, Carr P, Cohen JD, and Hegeman AD (2012) Extremely Accurate Prediction of Gas Chromatographic Retention by Back-Calculation of Temperature and Hold-up Time Profiles, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 23(S1), Vancouver, Canada, (poster).
  6. Roe MR, Cohen JD, and Hegeman AD (2012) Towards Structure Elucidation of Phenolic Compounds in Complex Mixtures by Heated Electrospray Ionization (HESI) Induced Deuteration, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 23(S1), Vancouver, Canada, (poster).

2011

  1. Hegeman AD (2011) “Approaches for Improving the Quantity and Quality of LC- and GC-MS Data for Plant Metabolomics”, the Phytochemical Society of North America, 50th Annual Meeting, Kona HI (invited talk).
  2. Wilson, MW, Hegeman, AD, Spivak, M, and Cohen, JD (2011) Determining the botanical origins of plant resins collected by honey bees (Apis mellifera) using metabolic fingerprinting analysis, in American Society of Plant Biologists, Annual Meeting Plant Biology 2011, Minneapolis, MN, (mini symposium talk).
  3. Liu X, Gardner G, Cohen JD (2011) Low fluence red light exposure alters polar transport and biosynthesis of auxin in etiolated tomato hypocotyls, in American Society of Plant Biologists, Annual Meeting Plant Biology 2011, Minneapolis, MN, (mini symposium talk).
  4. Yu P, Roe MR., Hegeman AD, and Cohen JD (2011) Development of methods to detect and analyze IAA peptide conjugates using Orbitrap mass spectrometry, in American Society of Plant Biologists, Annual Meeting Plant Biology 2011, Minneapolis, MN, (poster).
  5. Martin AC, Donald WL and Hegeman AD (2011) Characterization of biologically active Rhus typhina extract using a bioassay-linked-metabolomics method, in American Society of Plant Biologists, Annual Meeting Plant Biology 2011, Minneapolis, MN, (poster).
  6. Liu X, Cohen JD, Gardner G (2011) Evaluation of IBA transport in Arabidopsis hypocotyls by stable isotope labeling and GC-MS/MS, 22nd International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Madison, WI, (poster)
  7. Boswell PG, Schellenberg JR, Carr PW, Cohen JD, Hegeman AD (2011) HPLC Retention as an Ancillary Tool for Compound Identification: Easy and Accurate Cross-Platform Retention Prediction by Back-Calculation of Gradient and Flow Rate Profiles, 36th International Symposium on High-Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques, Budapest, Hungary, June 19-23 (oral presentation).
  8. Boswell, P, Schellenberg, JR, Carr, PW, Cohen, JD, Hegeman, AD (2011) Improved Metabolite Identification Using Cross-Platform LC-MS Retention Prediction By Flow Rate and Gradient Profile Back-Calculation, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 22(5S), Denver, CO, (poster).
  9. Wilson, MW, Hegeman, AD, Spivak, M, and Cohen, JD. (2011) Determining the botanical origins of plant resins collected by honey bees (Apis mellifera) using LC-TOF fingerprint analysis, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 22(5S), Denver, CO, (poster).
  10. Roe, M, Cohen, JD, Hegeman, AD (2011) Deuterium labeling of polyphenolic compounds in complex mixtures for improving their identification and quantification by mass spectrometry, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 22(5S), Denver, CO, (poster).
  11. Roe, M, Cohen, JD, Hegeman, AD (2011) Towards Structure Elucidation of Flavonoid Compounds in Complex Mixtures by Higher-energy Induced Collisional Dissociation (HCD) on an LTQ-Orbitrap, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 22(5S), Denver, CO, (poster).
  12. Martin AC, Donald WL and Hegeman AD (2011) Characterization of biologically active Rhus typhina extract using a bioassay-linked metabolomics method, at American Society for Horticultural Science 108th Annual Conference, Waikoloa, HI, (poster).

2010

  1. Menzel W, Quiram G, and Hegeman AD, (November 2010) “Exploring Molecular Determinants of Invasion in Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) using Metabolomics” Oral Presentation Abstract, Minnesota-Wisconsin Invasive Species Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota, November 8-10, 2010, (oral).
  2. Koeritz E, Ehlke N, Watkins E, and Hegeman AD, (October 2010) “Development of Metabolomics-Assisted Selection Methods for Improving Rust Resistance in Perennial Ryegrass,” Poster Abstract 76-6, American Society of Agronomy, Long Beach, California, October 31-November 3, 2010, (poster).
  3. Wilson MB, Hegeman AD, Spivak M, Cohen JD, “Metabolic fingerprinting of plant resins collected by the European honey bee, Apis mellifera”, (June 2010). Poster abstract, Published Bibliography: Abstract P5B-007, International Metabolomics Society; Plant Metabolomics Platform; Metabolic Profiling Forum, 1st joint meeting (6th International Conference of the Metabolomics Society) Metabolomics 2010, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 27-July 1, 2010, (poster).
  4. Martin AC, Hegeman AD, Wyse DL, Gillitzer P, Kantar M (July 2010) Bioactive compound identification from native and naturalized Minnesota plants for incorporation into multi-functional landscapes American Society of Plant Biologists annual meeting, Montreal, Ontario, Canada (poster).
  5. Roe MR, Meyer JG, Rokke EL, and Hegeman AD (June 2010) Towards quantitative mass spectral profiling of polyphenolic compounds in red wines from vineyards exposed to varying degrees of UV-B, IPGSA, Tarragona, Spain, (poster).
  6. Roe MR, Meyer JG, Rokke EL, and Hegeman AD (May 2010) Towards quantitative mass spectral profiling phenolic compounds in red wine via selective solid-phase enrichment and isotope dilution analysis, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 21(5S), American Society for Mass Spectrometry Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, (poster).
  7. Meyer JG, Roe MR, and Hegeman AD (May 2010) An analysis of anthocyanins and resveratrol in cold-hardy grapes using UPLC-DAD-MS and LDI-MS J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 21(5S), American Society for Mass Spectrometry Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, (poster).

Invited seminars:

2014

  1. Hegeman AD (October 1, 2014) Department of Botany and Plant Pathology Seminar Series, “Stable isotopes and mass spectrometry for the analysis of plant metabolites”, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, (invited seminar).
  2. Hegeman AD (August 21, 2014) 31st annual Mid-Atlantic Plant Molecular Biology Society Meeting, “Stable isotopes and mass spectrometry for the analysis of plant metabolites”, USDA, Beltsville, MD, (invited seminar).
  3. Cohen JD (July 8, 2014) Norwegian University of Life Science, “Targeted metabolomics in plant hormone research”, Graduate Program in Plant Sciences, (invited seminar).
  4. Cohen JD (February 13, 2014) Plant Biology Graduate Program Seminar Series, “Targeted metabolomics in plant hormone research”, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MS (invited seminar).

2013

  1. Cohen JD (October 29, 2013) The Center for Genome Biology, Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, “Targeted metabolomics in plant hormone research”, Beijing, China, (invited seminar, ‘Forum on Plant Genome Biology and Beyond’ series).
  2. Cohen JD (October 30, 2013) Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, “Regulation of auxin levels in plants”, Beijing, China (invited seminar)
  3. Hegeman AD (May 23, 2013) Institute of Biological Chemistry Seminar Series, “Improving Methodology for Plant Metabolomics”, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, (invited seminar).

2012

  1. Hegeman AD (August 23, 2012) Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, “Improving Methodology for Plant Metabolomics” Ardmore, OK, (invited seminar).
  2. Hegeman AD (August 2012) Microbial and Plant Genetics Institute retreat, “Improving Methodology for Plant Metabolomics”, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN, (invited seminar).
  3. Hegeman AD (April 12, 2012) Winona State University, “Approaches for Improving the Quantity and Quality of LC- and GC-MS Data for Plant Metabolomics”, Winona, MN, (invited seminar).

Hegeman Publications/Citations

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