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Harrison, Mark D., Zhang, Zhanying, Shand, Kylie, Chong, Barrie Fong, Nichols, Jason, Oeller, Paul, et al. (2014) The combination of plant-expressed cellobiohydrolase and low dosages of cellulases for the hydrolysis of sugar cane bagasse. Biotechnology for Biofuels, 7(131).
Kinkema, Mark, Geijskes, Jason, deLucca, Paulo, Palupe, Anthony, Shand, Kylie, Coleman, Heather D., et al. (2014) Improved molecular tools for sugar cane biotechnology. Plant Molecular Biology, 84(4-5), pp. 497-508.
Kinkema, Mark, Geijskes, R. Jason, Shand, Kylie, Coleman, Heather D., De Lucca, Paulo C., Palupe, Anthony, et al. (2014) An improved chemically inducible gene switch that functions in the monocotyledonous plant sugar cane. Plant Molecular Biology, 84(4-5), pp. 443-454.
Harrison, Mark D., Zhang, Zhanying, Shand, Kylie, O'Hara, Ian M., Doherty, William O.S., & Dale, James L. (2013) Effect of pretreatment on saccharification of sugarcane bagasse by complex and simple enzyme mixtures. Bioresource Technology, 148, pp. 105-113.
Harrison, Mark D., Geijskes, Robert J., Coleman, Heather D., Shand, Kylie, Kinkema, Mark, Palupe, Anthony, et al. (2011) Accumulation of recombinant cellobiohydrolase and endoglucanase in the leaves of mature transgenic sugar cane. Plant Biotechnology Journal, 9(8), pp. 884-896.
Shand, Kylie, Theodoropoulos, Christina, Stenzel, Deborah J., Dale, James L., & Harrison, Mark D. (2009) Expression of Potato virus Y cytoplasmic inclusion protein in tobacco results in disorganization of parenchyma cells, distortion of epidermal cells, and induces mitochondrial and chloroplast abnormalities, formation of membrane whorls and atypical lipid accumulation. Micron, 40(7), pp. 730-736.