Jozef Samaj
Jozef Samaj
Professor of Botany, Palacky University Olomouc
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Root hair formation: F-actin-dependent tip growth is initiated by local assembly of profilin-supported F-actin meshworks accumulated within expansin-enriched bulges
F Baluška, J Salaj, J Mathur, M Braun, F Jasper, J Šamaj, NH Chua, ...
Developmental Biology 227 (2), 618-632, 2000
Endocytosis, actin cytoskeleton, and signaling
J Sˇamaj, F Baluska, B Voigt, M Schlicht, D Volkmann, D Menzel
Plant physiology 135 (3), 1150-1161, 2004
Cytoskeleton-plasma membrane-cell wall continuum in plants. Emerging links revisited
F Baluska, J Sˇamaj, P Wojtaszek, D Volkmann, D Menzel
Plant physiology 133 (2), 482-491, 2003
Aluminum-induced 1→ 3-β-D-glucan inhibits cell-to-cell trafficking of molecules through plasmodesmata. A new mechanism of aluminum toxicity in plants
M Sivaguru, T Fujiwara, J Šamaj, F Baluška, Z Yang, H Osawa, T Maeda, ...
Plant Physiology 124 (3), 991-1006, 2000
F-actin-dependent endocytosis of cell wall pectins in meristematic root cells. Insights from brefeldin A-induced compartments
F Baluška, A Hlavacka, J Sˇamaj, K Palme, DG Robinson, T Matoh, ...
Plant Physiology 130 (1), 422-431, 2002
Endocytosis of cell surface material mediates cell plate formation during plant cytokinesis
P Dhonukshe, F Baluška, M Schlicht, A Hlavacka, J Šamaj, J Friml, ...
Developmental cell 10 (1), 137-150, 2006
Mrs2p is an essential component of the major electrophoretic Mg2+ influx system in mitochondria
M Kolisek, G Zsurka, J Samaj, J Weghuber, RJ Schweyen, M Schweigel
The EMBO journal, 2003
Characterization of the unconventional myosin VIII in plant cells and its localization at the post‐cytokinetic cell wall
S Reichelt, AE Knight, TP Hodge, F Baluska, J Samaj, D Volkmann, ...
The Plant Journal 19 (5), 555-567, 1999
Crosstalk between secondary messengers, hormones and MAPK modules during abiotic stress signalling in plants
V Smékalová, A Doskočilová, G Komis, J Šamaj
Biotechnology advances 32 (1), 2-11, 2014
Transient plant transformation mediated by Agrobacterium tumefaciens: Principles, methods and applications
P Krenek, O Samajova, I Luptovciak, A Doskocilova, G Komis, J Samaj
Biotechnology Advances 33 (6), 1024-1042, 2015
The LETM1/YOL027 gene family encodes a factor of the mitochondrial K+ homeostasis with a potential role in the Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome
K Nowikovsky, EM Froschauer, G Zsurka, J Samaj, S Reipert, M Kolisek, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (29), 30307-30315, 2004
Vesicular trafficking, cytoskeleton and signalling in root hairs and pollen tubes
J Šamaj, J Müller, M Beck, N Böhm, D Menzel
Trends in Plant Science 11 (12), 594-600, 2006
The endocytic network in plants
J Šamaj, ND Read, D Volkmann, D Menzel, F Baluška
Trends in cell biology 15 (8), 425-433, 2005
A Membrane Microdomain-Associated Protein, Arabidopsis Flot1, Is Involved in a Clathrin-Independent Endocytic Pathway and Is Required for Seedling …
R Li, P Liu, Y Wan, T Chen, Q Wang, U Mettbach, F Baluška, J Šamaj, ...
The Plant Cell 24 (5), 2105-2122, 2012
GFP-FABD2 fusion construct allows in vivo visualization of the dynamic actin cytoskeleton in all cells of Arabidopsis seedlings
B Voigt, ACJ Timmers, J Šamaj, J Müller, F Baluška, D Menzel
European journal of cell biology 84 (6), 595-608, 2005
Involvement of the mitogen‐activated protein kinase SIMK in regulation of root hair tip growth
J Šamaj, M Ovecka, A Hlavacka, F Lecourieux, I Meskiene, I Lichtscheidl, ...
The EMBO journal, 2002
Signaling toward reactive oxygen species-scavenging enzymes in plants
P Dvořák, Y Krasylenko, A Zeiner, J Šamaj, T Takáč
Frontiers in Plant Science 11, 618835, 2021
Actin-based motility of endosomes is linked to the polar tip growth of root hairs
B Voigt, ACJ Timmers, J Šamaj, A Hlavacka, T Ueda, M Preuss, E Nielsen, ...
European journal of cell biology 84 (6), 609-621, 2005
Maize calreticulin localizes preferentially to plasmodesmata in root apex
F Baluška, J Šamaj, R Napier, D Volkmann
The Plant Journal 19 (4), 481-488, 1999
Arabidopsis Homologs of Nucleus- and Phragmoplast-Localized Kinase 2 and 3 and Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase 4 Are Essential for Microtubule Organization
M Beck, G Komis, J Müller, D Menzel, J Šamaj
The Plant Cell 22 (3), 755-771, 2010
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