Jack Van't Hof
Brookhaven National Laboratory
The cell biology and cytogenetics of higher plants; specifically the
development of commercial fiber in the cotton plant. Currently, the
focus is on the relation between cell cycle kinetics, subpopulations of
cells, selective expression of regulating developmental factors and fiber
production. Methodology includes tissue culture, in situ
hybridization and single-cell and chromosomal analyses.
Van't Hof J. and Saha S.
Cotton fibers can undego cell division.
Amer. J. Botany, 84:1231-1237 (1997).
Burton S.K., Van't Hof J. and Bryant J.A.
Novel DNA-binding characteristics of a protein associated with DNA
polymerase-alpha in pea.
Plant J., 12:357-365 (1997).
Van't Hof J.
DNA replication in plants.
in: DNA replication in eukaryotic cells, M.L. DePamphilis, edt.,
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, New York, (1996).
Williams S., Zhang X., Jacobsen C., Kirz J., Lindaas S., Van't Hof J.
and Lamm S.S.
Measurements of wet metaphase chromosomes in the scanning transmission x-ray
J. Microscopy, 170:155-165 (1993).
Van't Hof, J. and Lamm, S.S.,
Site of initiation of replication of the ribosomal genes of pea (Pisum
sativum) detected by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis.
Plant Mol. Biol., 20:377-382 (1992).
Van't Hof J. and Lamm S.S.,
Single-stranded replication of intermediates of ribosomal DNA replicons
EMBO J., 10:1949-1953 (1991).
Van't Hof J.
Chromosomal replicons of higher plants.
in: Chromosome Structure and Function, J.P. Gustafson and R. Appels,
edts., Plenum Publishing Corp., NY, 75-89 (1988).
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