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Rosenwasser, S., Graff, van Creveld, S., Schatz, M., Malitsky, S., Tzfadia, O., Aharoni, A., Levin, J., Gabashvili, A., Feldmesser, E., Vardi, A. (2014) Mapping the diatom redox-sensitive proteome provides insights into response to nitrogen stress in the marine environment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111(7):2740-5.

Huysman, M., Martens, C., Vandepoele, K., Gillard, J., Rayko, E., Heijde, M., Bowler, C., Inzé, D., Van de Peer, Y., De Veylder, L., Vyverman, W. (2010) Genome-wide analysis of the diatom cell cycle unveils a novel type of cyclins involved in environmental signalling. Genome Biol. 11(2):R17.

Bowler, C., * Allen, A., * Badger, J., * Grimwood, J., * Jabbari, K., * Kuo, Y.-C., * Maheswari, U., * Martens, C., * Maumus, F., * Otillar, R., * Rayko, E., * Salamov, A., * Vandepoele, K., Beszteri, B., Gruber, A., Heijde, M., Katinka, M., Mock, T., Valentin, K., Vérret, F., Berges, J., Brownlee, C., Cadoret, J., Chiovitti, A., Jae Choi, C., Coesel, S., Martino, A., Detter, J., Durkin, C., Falciatore, A., Fournet, J., Haruta, M., Huysman, M., Jenkins, B., Jiroutova, K., Jorgensen, R., Joubert, Y., Kaplan, A., Kroeger, N., Kroth, P., Roche, J., Lindquist, E., Lommer, M., Martin-Jézéquel, V., Lopez, P., Lucas, S., Mangogna, M., McGinnis, K., Medlin, L., Montsant, A., Oudot-Secq, M., Napoli, C., Obornik, M., Petit, J., Porcel, B., Poulsen, N., Robison, M., Rychlewski, L., Rynearson, T., Schmutz, J., Schnitzler Parker, M., Shapiro, H.J., Siaut, M., Stanley, M., J.Sussman, M., Taylor, J.S., Vardi, A., von Dassow, P., Vyverman, W., Willis, A., Wyrwicz, L., Rokhsar, D., Weissenbach, J., Armbrust, V., Green, P.J., Van de Peer, Y., Grigoriev, I. (2008) The Phaeodactylum genome reveals the dynamic nature and multi-lineage evolutionary history of diatom genomes. Nature 456(7219):239-44. *contributed equally

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