Carlos Takeshi Hotta
Carlos Takeshi Hotta
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, Universidade de São Paulo
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Modulation of environmental responses of plants by circadian clocks
CT Hotta, MJ Gardner, KE Hubbard, SJ Baek, N Dalchau, D Suhita, ...
Plant, cell & environment 30 (3), 333-349, 2007
2162007
The Arabidopsis circadian clock incorporates a cADPR-based feedback loop
AN Dodd, MJ Gardner, CT Hotta, KE Hubbard, N Dalchau, J Love, ...
Science 318 (5857), 1789, 2007
1992007
How plants tell the time
MJ Gardner, KE Hubbard, CT Hotta, AN Dodd, AAR Webb
Biochemical Journal 397 (1), 15-24, 2006
1842006
Calcium-dependent modulation by melatonin of the circadian rhythm in malarial parasites.
CT Hotta, ML Gazarini, FH Beraldo, FP Varotti, C Lopes, RP Markus, ...
Nature Cell Biology 2 (7), 466, 2000
1622000
Building the sugarcane genome for biotechnology and identifying evolutionary trends
N De Setta, CB Monteiro-Vitorello, CJ Metcalfe, GMQ Cruz, LE Del Bem, ...
BMC genomics 15 (1), 540, 2014
932014
Sugarcane improvement: how far can we go?
M Dal-Bianco, MS Carneiro, CT Hotta, RG Chapola, HP Hoffmann, ...
Current opinion in biotechnology 23 (2), 265-270, 2012
932012
Distinct light and clock modulation of cytosolic free Ca2+ oscillations and rhythmic CHLOROPHYLL A/B BINDING PROTEIN2 promoter activity in Arabidopsis
X Xu, CT Hotta, AN Dodd, J Love, R Sharrock, YW Lee, Q Xie, ...
The Plant Cell 19 (11), 3474-3490, 2007
802007
The biotechnology roadmap for sugarcane improvement
CT Hotta, CG Lembke, DS Domingues, EA Ochoa, GMQ Cruz, ...
Tropical Plant Biology 3 (2), 75-87, 2010
662010
Correct biological timing in Arabidopsis requires multiple light-signaling pathways
N Dalchau, KE Hubbard, FC Robertson, CT Hotta, HM Briggs, GB Stan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (29), 13171-13176, 2010
622010
Melatonin and N-acetyl-serotonin cross the red blood cell membrane and evoke calcium mobilization in malarial parasites
CT Hotta, RP Markus, CRS Garcia
Brazilian journal of medical and biological research 36 (11), 1583-1587, 2003
382003
Co-expression network analysis reveals transcription factors associated to cell wall biosynthesis in sugarcane
SS Ferreira, CT Hotta, VG de Carli Poelking, DCC Leite, MS Buckeridge, ...
Plant molecular biology 91 (1-2), 15-35, 2016
332016
Circadian entrainment in Arabidopsis by the sugar-responsive transcription factor bZIP63
A Frank, CC Matiolli, AJC Viana, TJ Hearn, J Kusakina, FE Belbin, ...
Current Biology 28 (16), 2597-2606. e6, 2018
302018
NO-mediated [Ca2+] cyt increases depend on ADP-ribosyl cyclase activity in Arabidopsis
SM Abdul-Awal, CT Hotta, MP Davey, AN Dodd, AG Smith, AAR Webb
Plant Physiology 171 (1), 623-631, 2016
172016
Circadian rhythms of sense and antisense transcription in sugarcane, a highly polyploid crop
CT Hotta, MY Nishiyama Jr, GM Souza
PLoS One 8 (8), e71847, 2013
162013
Functional genomics: transcriptomics of sugarcane
RE Casu, CT Hotta, GM Souza
Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Sugarcane, 167-191, 2010
132010
Response to comment on “The Arabidopsis circadian clock incorporates a cADPR-based feedback loop”
AN Dodd, MJ Gardner, CT Hotta, KE Hubbard, N Dalchau, FC Robertson, ...
Science 326 (5950), 230-230, 2009
132009
Circadian oscillations of cytosolic free calcium regulate the Arabidopsis circadian clock
MCM Ruiz, KE Hubbard, MJ Gardner, HJ Jung, S Aubry, CT Hotta, ...
Nature plants 4 (9), 690, 2018
102018
The SUCEST-FUN regulatory network database: designing an energy grass
MY Nishiyama-Jr, FFR Vicente, CG Lembke, PM Sato, ML Dal-Bianco, ...
Proc. Int. Soc. Sugar Cane Technol 27, 1-10, 2010
102010
Desynchronizing Plasmodium cell cycle increases chloroquine protection at suboptimal doses
P Bagnaresi, RP Markus, CT Hotta, T Pozzan, CRS Garcia
Open Parasitol. J 2, 55-58, 2008
102008
Are there multiple circadian clocks in plants?
CT Hotta, X Xu, Q Xie, AN Dodd, CH Johnson, AAR Webb
Plant signaling & behavior 3 (5), 342-344, 2008
62008
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