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(1) Buchala, A.J. & Wilkie K.C.B. (1970): Non-endospermic -glucans from cereals. Naturwissenschaften, 57: 496.

(2) Buchala A.J., Fraser C.G. & Wilkie K.C.B. (1971): Quantitative studies on the polysaccharides in the non-endospermic tissues of the oat plant in relation to growth. Phytochemistry, 10: 1285-1291.

(3) Buchala A.J. & Wilkie K.C.B. (1971): The ratio of (13) to (14) glucosidic linkages in the non-endospermic hemicellulosic -glucans from oat plant (Avena sativa) tissues at different stages of maturity. Phytochemistry, 10: 2287-2291.

(4) Buchala A.J., Fraser C.G. & Wilkie K.C.B. (1972): Extraction of hemicellulose from oat tissue during the process of delignification. Phytochemistry, 11: 1249-1254.

(5) Buchala A.J., Fraser C.G. & Wilkie K.C.B. (1972): An acidic galactoarabinoxylan from the stem of Avena sativa. Phytochemistry, 11: 2803-2814.

(6) Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1972): Hemicelluloses from the stalk of Cyperus papyrus. Phytochemistry, 11: 3275-3278.

(7) Buchala A.J. & Wilkie K.C.B. (1973): Total hemicelluloses from wheat plants at different stages of growth. Phytochemistry, 12: 499-505.

(8) Buchala, A.J. & Wilkie K.C.B. (1973): Uronic acid residues in the total hemicelluloses of oats. Phytochemistry, 12: 655-659.

(9) Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1973): A hemicellulosic -glucan from maize stem. Carbohydrate Research, 26: 421-425.

(10) Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1973): -Glucanases and non-cellulosic -glucans in the developing oat plant. Planta, 111: 245-252.

(11) Buchala A.J. (1973): An arabino(4-O-methylglucurono)xylan from the leaves of of Hordeum vulgare. Phytochemistry, 12: 1373-1376.

(12) Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1973): A galactoglucomannan from the leaf and stem tissue of red clover (Trifolium pratense). Carbohydrate Research, 31: 87-89.

(13) Buchala A.J., Franz G. & Meier H. (1974): A glucomanan from the tubers of Orchis morio. Phytochemistry, 13: 163-166.

(14) Buchala A.J. & Wilkie K.C.B. (1974): Total hemicelluloses from Hordeum vulgare plants at different stages of maturity. Phytochemistry, 13: 1347-1351.

(15) Buchala A.J. & Franz G. (1974): A hemicellulosic -glucan from the hypocotyls of Phaseolus aureus. Phytochemistry, 13: 1887-1889.

(16) Buchala A.J. (1974): Xylans from the tropical grass Panicum maximum. Phytochemistry, 13: 2185-2188.

(17) Buchala A.J. & Schmid A. (1979): Vitamin D and its analogues as a new class of plant growth substances affecting rhizogenesis. Nature, 280: 230-231.

(18) Pillonel Ch., Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1980): Glucan synthesis by intact cotton fibres fed with different precursors at the stages of primary and secondary wall formation. Planta, 149: 306-312.

(19) Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1981): An arabinogalactan from the fibres of cotton (Gossypium arboreum L.). Carbohydrate Research, 89: 137-143.

(20) Meier H., Buchs L., Buchala A.J. & Homewood T. (1981): (13)--D-Glucan (callose) is a probable intermediate in the biosynthesis of cellulose of cotton fibres. Nature, 289: 821-822.

(21) Jaquet J.-P., Buchala A.J. & Meier, H. (1982): Changes in the non-structural carbohydrate content of cotton (Gossypium spp.) fibres at different stages of development. Planta, 156: 481-486.

(22) Bucheli P., Dürr M., Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1985): -Glucanases in developing cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) fibres. Planta, 166: 530-536.

(23) Pythoud F., Buchala A.J. & Schmid A. (1986): Adventitious root formation in green cuttings of Populus tremula L.: Characterisation of the effect of vitamin D3 and indolylbutyric acid. Physiologia Plantarum, 68: 93-99.

(24) Schmid A. & Buchala A.J. (1987): An examination of the growth substance activity of vitamin D3. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 5: 175-180.

(25) Buchala A.J. (1987): Acid -fructofuranoside fructohydrolase (invertase) in developing cotton (Gossypium arboreum L.) fibres and its relationship to -glucan synthesis from sucrose fed to the fibre apoplast. Journal of Plant Physiology, 127: 219-230.

(26) Buchala A.J. & Leisola M. (1987): Structure of the -glucan secreted by Phanerochaete chrysosporium in continuous culture. Carbohydrate Research, 165: 146-149.

(27) Bucheli P., Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1987): Autolysis in vitro of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) fibre cell walls. Physiologia Plantarum, 70: 633-638.

(28) Buchala A.J., Genoud T. and Meier H. (1987): Polysaccharides in the culture medium of cotton cells cultured in vitro. Food Hydrocolloids, 1: 359-363.

(29) Buchala A.J. & Pythoud F. (1988): Vitamin D and related compounds as plant growth substances. Physiologia Plantarum, 74, 391-396.

(30) Pythoud F. & Buchala A.J. (1989): Investigations on the mechanism of adventitious rooting promotion by vitamin D3 and indolylbutyric acid in Populus tremula L. Plant Cell and Environment, 12: 489-494.

(31) Pythoud F. & Buchala A.J. (1989). Peroxidase activity and adventitious rooting in cuttings of Populus tremula L. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 27: 503-510.

(32) Francey Y., Jaquet J.P., Cairoli S., Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1989): The biosynthesis of -glucans in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) fibres of ovules cultured in vitro. Journal of Plant Physiology, 134: 485-491.

(33) Buchala A.J., Roulin S. & Meier H. (1989): Polysaccharides in the culture medium of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) ovules cultured in vitro. Plant Cell Reports, 8: 25-28.

(34) Buchala A.J., Genoud T. Roulin S., & Summermatter K. (1993): Xyloglucans in different types of cotton (Gossypium sp) cells. Acta Botanica. Neerlandica, 42: 213-220.

(35) Roulin S. & Buchala A.J. (1995): The induction of (13)--glucanases and other enzymes upon infection of groundnut leaves with Cercospora arachidicola. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, 46: 471-489.

(36) Coquoz J.-L., Buchala A.J., Meuwly Ph. & Métraux J.P. (1995): Arachidonic acid treatment of potato plants induces local synthesis of salicylic acid and confers systemic resistance to Phytophthora infestans and Alternaria solani. Phytopathology, 85: 1219-1224.

(37) Meuwly P., Mölders W., Buchala A.J. & Métraux J.P. (1995): Local and systemic biosynthesis of salicylic acid in infected cucumber plants. Plant Physiology 109: 1107-1114.

(38) Schmutz A., Buchala A.J. & Ryser U. (1996): Changing the dimensions of suberin lamellae of green cotton fibers with a specific inhibitor of endoplasmic reticulum-associated fatty acid elongases. Plant Physiology 110: 403-411.

(39) Schweizer P., Felix G., Buchala A.J., Müller C. & Métraux J.-P. (1996): Perception of free cutin monomers by plant cells. The Plant Journal 10: 331-341.

(40) Mölders W., Buchala A.J. & Métraux J.P. (1996): Transport of salicylic acid in tobacco necrosis virus infected cucumber plants. Plant Physiology 112: 787-792.

(41) Penninckx, I.A.M.A., Eggermont K. Terras F.R.G., Thomma B.P.H.J., De Samblanx G.W., Manners J.M., Buchala A., Métraux J.-P. & Broekaert W.F. (1996): Pathogen-induced systemic activation of a plant defensin gene in Arabidopsis follows a salicylic acid-independent pathway. The Plant Cell 8: 2309-2323.

(42) Schweizer P., Buchala A., Silverman P., Seskar M., Raskin I. & Métraux J.-P. (1997): Jasmonate-inducible genes are activated in rice by pathogen attack without a concomitant increase in endogenous jasmonate acid levels. Plant Physiology 114: 79-88.

(43) Schweizer P., Buchala A. & Métraux J.-P. (1997): Gene-expression patterns and levels of jasmonic acid in rice treated with the resistance inducer 2,6-dichloroisonicotinic acid. Plant Physiology 115, 61-70.

(44) Schweizer P., Buchala A., Dudler R. & Métraux J.-P. (1998): Induced systemic resistance in wounded rice plants. The Plant Journal 14: 475-481.

(45) Coquoz J.L., Buchala A.J. & Métraux J.P. (1998):The biosynthesis of salicylic acid in potato. Plant Physiology 117, 1095-1101.

(46) Fauth M., Schweizer P., Buchala A., Marstädter C., Riederer M., Kato T. & Kauss H. (1998): Cutin monomers and surface wax constituents elicit H2O2 in conditioned cucumber hypocotyl segments and enhance the activity of other H2O2 elicitors. Plant Physiology 117: 1373-1380

(47) Penninckx I.A.M.A., Thomma B.P.H.J., Buchala A., Métraux J.-P. & Broekaert W.F. (1998): Parallel but cooperative activation of jasmonate and ethylene response pathways is required for induction of a plant defensin gene in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 10: 2103-2114.

(48) Moire L., Schmutz A., Buchala A., Yan B., Stark R.E. & Ryser U. (1999): Glycerol is a suberin monomer: New experimental evidence for an old hypothesis. Plant Physiology 119: 1137-1146.

(49) DeMeyer G., Capieau K., Audenaert K., Buchala A.J., Métraux J.-P. & Höfte M. (1999): Nanogram amounts of salicylic acid produced by the rhizobacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa 7NSK2 activate the systemic acquired resistance pathway in bean. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 12: 450-458.

(50) Schafleitner R., Buchala A., &. Wilhelm E. (1999): Class III chitinase expression and salicylic acid accumulation in chestnut after challenge with hypovirulent and virulent Cryphonectria parasitica (murr.) barr. Phyton 39: 191-196.

(51) Kozlowski G., Buchala A.J. & Métraux J.-P. (1999): Methyl jasmonate protects Norway spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst] seedlings against Pythium ultimum Trow. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 55, 53-58.

(52) Sieber P., Schorderet M., Ryser U., Buchala A., Kolattukudy P., Métraux J.P. & Nawrath C. (2000): Transgenic arabidopsis plants expressing a fungal cutinase show alterations in the structure and properties of the cuticle and postgenital organ fusions. Plant Cell 12: 721-737.

(53) Pieterse C.M.J., van Pelt J.A., Ton J., Parchmann S., Mueller M.J., Buchala A.J., Métraux J.-P. & van Loon L.C. (2000): Rhizobacteria-mediated induced systemic resistance (ISR) in Arabidopsis requires sensitivity to jasmonate and ethylene but is not accompanied by an increase in their production. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 57: 123-134.

(54) Hilpert B., Bohlmann H., op den Camp R., Przybyla D., Miersch O., Buchala A. & Apel K. (2001): Isolation and characterization of signal transduction mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana that constituitively activate the octadecanoid pathway and form necrotic microlesions. The Plant Journal 26: 435-446.

(55) Ton J., De Vos M., Robben C., Buchala A., Métraux J.P., Van Loon L.C. & Pieterse C.M.J. (2002). Characterization of Arabidopsis enhanced disease susceptibility mutants that are affected in systemically induced resistance. The Plant Journal 29:11-21.

(56) Roulin S., Buchala A.J. & Fincher G.B. (2002): Induction of (13,14)--glucan hydrolases in dark-grown barley seedlings. Planta 215: 51-59.

(57) Genoud T., Buchala A.J., Chua N.-H. & Métraux J.-P. (2002). Phytochrome signaling modulates the SA-perceptive pathway in Arabidopsis.The Plant Journal 31: 87-95.

(58) Iavicoli A., Boutet E., Buchala A.J. & Métraux J.P. (2003). Induced systemic resistance in Arabidopsis thaliana in response to root inoculation with Pseudomonas fluorescens CHA0. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 16: 851-858.

(59) Spoel S.H., Koornneef A., Claessens S.M.C., Kolrzelius J.P., Van Pelt J.A., Mueller M.J., Buchala A.J., Métraux J.P., Brown R., Kazan K., Van Loon L.C., Dong X. & Pieterse C.M.J. (2003). NPR1 modulates cross talk between salicylate- and jasmonate-dependent defense pathways through a novel function in the cytosol. Plant Cell 15: 760-770.

(60) Heck S., Grau T., Buchala A.J., Metraux J.P. & Nawrath C. (2003): Genetic evidence that expression of NahG modifies defence pathways independent of salicylic acid biosynthesis in the Arabidopsis - Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato interaction. The Plant Journal 36: 342-352.

(61) Cruz Castillo M., Martínez C., Buchala A., Métraux J.P. & León J. (2004): Gene-specific involvement of beta-oxidation in wound-activated responses in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology 135: 85-94.

(62) De Vos M., Van Oosten V.R., Van Poecke R.M.P., Van Pelt J.A., Pozo M.J., Mueller M.J., Buchala A.J., Métraux J.-P., Van Loon L.C., Dicke M. & Pieterse C.M.J. (2005): Signal signature and transcriptome changes of Arabidopsis during pathogen and insect attack. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 18: 923-937.

(63) Parisy V., Poinssot B., Owsianowski L., Buchala A., Glazebrook J. & Mauch F. (2007): Identification of PAD2 as a -glutamylcysteine synthetase highlights the importance of glutathione in disease resistance of Arabidopsis. Plant Journal 49: 159-172.

(64) Hukkanen A.T., Kokko H.I., Buchala A.J., McDougal G.J., Stewart D., Kärenlampi S.O. & Karjalainen R.O. (2007). Benzthiadiazol induces the accumulation of phenolics and improves resistance to powdery mildew in strawberry. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55: 1862-1870.

(65) Schweighofer A., Kazanaviciute V., Scheikl E., Teige M., Doczi R., Hirt H., Schwanninger M., Kant, M., Schuurink R., Mauch F., Buchala A.J., Cardinale F. & Meskiene I. (2007). The PP2C-type Phosphatase AP2C1 Negatively Regulates MPK4 and MPK6, and Controls Innate Immunity, Jasmonic Acid and Ethylene Levels in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 19: 2213-2224.

(66) Catinot J, Buchala A., Abou-Mansour E. & Métraux J.P. (2008): Salicylic acid production in response to biotic and abiotic stress depends on isochorismate in Nicotiana benthamiana FEBS Letters 582: 473-478.

(67) Schlaeppi K, Bodenhausen N., Buchala A., Mauch F. & Reymond P. (2008): The glutathione-deficient mutant pad2-1 accumulates lower amounts of glucosinolates and is more susceptible to the insect herbivore Spodoptera littoralis. Plant Journal 55: 774-786.

(68) Chassot C., Buchala A., Schoonbeek H.J., Métraux J.P., & Lamotte O. (2008): Wounding of Arabidopsis leaves causes a powerful but transient protection against Botrytis infection. Plant Journal 55: 555-567.

(69) Garcion C., Lohmann A., Lamodière E., Catinot J., Buchala A., Doermann P. & Métraux J.-P. (2008): Characterization and biological function of the Isochorismate synthase2 gene of Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 147: 1279-1287.

(70) Hukkanen A., Kokko H., Buchala A., Häyrinen J. & Kärenlampi S. (2008): Benzothiadiazole affects the leaf proteome in arctic bramble (Rubus arcticus). Molecular Plant Pathology 9: 799-808.

(71) Stefanto F., Abou-Mansour E., Buchala A, Kretschmer M., Mosbach A., Hahn M., Bochet C., Métraux J-P. & Schoonbeek H.J. (2009): The ABC-transporter BcatrB from Botrytis cinerea exports camalexin and is a virulence factor on Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Journal 58: 499-510.

(72) Bartels S., Anderson J.C., Gonzalez Besteiro M., Carreri A., Hirt H., Buchala A., Métraux J.P., Peck S.C. & Ulm R. (2009): MAP KINASE PHOSPHATASE1 and PROTEIN TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE1 are repressors of salicylic acid synthesis and SNC1-mediated responses in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 21: 2884-2897.

(73) Schlaeppi K., Abou-Mansour E., Buchala A. & Mauch F. (2010): The sequential action of indole glucosinolates and camalexin determines disease resistance of Arabidopsis to Phytophthora brassicae. Plant Journal 62: 840-851

(74) Bruessow F., Gouhier-Darimont C., Buchala A., Métraux J.-P. & Reymond P. (2010): Insect eggs suppress plant defence against chewing herbivores. Plant Journal 62: 876-885.

(75) Parinthawong N, Cottier S, Buchala A, Nawrath C & Métraux JP (2015). Localization and expression of EDS5H a homologue of the SA transporter EDS5. BMC Plant Biology 15 (online).
Peer-reviewed publications (medical sciences)

(76) Buchala A.J. & Laszt L. (1975): Studies on an immunological method for the diagnosis of varicose veins. International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology, 49: 391-395.

(77) Buchala A.J. & Laszt L. (1975): Biochemical diagnosis of varicose veins. Phlebologie und Proktologie, 4: 101-107,

(78) Buchala A.J., Laszt L. & Corboud P. (1977): On the therapy of varicosis: some observations using an immunological method of diagnosis. Folia Angiologica, 12: 204-206.

(79) Mainieri D., Summermatter S., Seydoux J., Rusconi S., Russell A.P., Montani J.P, Boss O., Buchala A.J. &.  Dulloo A.G (2006): A role for skeletal muscle stearoyl-CoA desaturase 1 in adipose-specific control of thermogenesis. FASEB Journal, 20: 1751-1753.

(80) Summermatter S., Mainieri D., Russell A.P., Seydoux J., Montani J.P., Buchala A., Solinas G. & Dulloo A.G. (2008): Thrifty metabolism that favors fat storage after caloric restriction: a role for skeletal muscle phosphatidylinosoitol-3-kinase and AMP-activated protein kinase. FASEB Journal 22: 774-785.

(81) Summermatter S., Marcelino H., Arsenijevic D., Buchala A., Aprikian O., Assimacopoulos-Jeannet F., Seydoux J., Montani J.P., Solinas G. & Dulloo A.G. (2009). Adipose tissue plasticity during catch-up fat driven by thrifty metabolism: Relevance for muscle-adipose glucose redistribution during catch-up growth. Diabetes 58: 2228-2237.
Chapters in books

(1) Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1985): Biosynthesis of -glucans in growing cotton (Gossypium arboreum L. and Gossypium hirsutum L.) fibres. In "Biochemistry of Plant Cell Walls" eds. C.T. Brett & J.R. Hillman, Cambridge University Press, Society of Experimental Biology Seminar Series, 28, 221-241.

(2) Buchala A.J. (1999): Non-cellulosic carbohydrates in cotton fibers. Chap. 5 In Cotton Fibres Developmental Biology, Quality Improvement, and Textile Processing (ed. A.S. Basra) Haworth Press, pp 113-136.

Meeting reports in publications with ISBN or ISSN
(1) Buchala, A.J. & Laszt, L. (1980): Ueber die Möglichkeiten der medikamentösen Therapie bei varicosis und Ihre biochemishe Kontrolle. Anthologica Medica Santoriana, 22-24.

(2) Buchala A.J., Roulin S., Coquoz J.L. & Meier H. (1991). Host-pathogen interactions in the system Arachis hypogaea-Cercospora arachidicola. In Advances in Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Vol. 1, (eds. H. Hennecke & D.P.S. Verma) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp. 284-287.

(3) Roulin S. & Buchala A.J. (1993): Partial purification and characterisation of three extracellular (13)--glucanases induced upon infection of groundnut leaves with Cercospora arachidicola. In Mechanisms of Plant Defense Responses (eds B. Fritig & M. Legrand) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, p 362.

(4) Meuwly Ph., Sticher L., Mölders W., Summermatter K., Coquoz J.-L., Buchala A.J. & Métraux J.-P. (1993): Salicylic acid and systemic acquired resistance in cucumber and potato”. In Plant Signals in Interactions with other Organisms (eds. J. Schulz & I. Raskin) American Society of Plant Physiologists, pp. 54-64.

(5) Coquoz J.-L., Buchala A.J. & Meuwly P. (1994): Salicylic acid: a signal substance produced upon eliciting potato leaves with arachidonic acid? Acta Horticulturae, 381: 379-382.

(6) Schmutz A., Buchala A., Ryser U. & Jenny T. (1994): The phenols in the wax and in the suberin polymer of green cotton fibres and their functions. Acta Horticulturae, 381: 269-275.

(7) Schweizer P., Bindschedler L., Meuwly P., Mölders W., Coquoz J.-L., Buchala A. & Métraux J.-P. (1995): Approaches to identify genes for disease resistance in plants. In Eighth International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry Options 2000 (eds. N.N. Ragsdale, P.C. Kearney, & J.R. Plimmer) American Chemical Society, pp 225-235.

(8) Schweizer P., Buchala A. & Métraux J.P. (1997): Acquired resistance of rice to the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe grisea . In Chataigner J. (ed.). Maladies du riz en région méditerranéenne et les possibilités d'amélioration de sa résistance = Rice diseases in the Mediterranean region and breeding for resistance. Montpellier: CIHEAM-IAMM, pp. 131-135.

(9) Métraux J.-P., Buchala A. & Nawrath C. (2000): Salicylic acid as a signal for systemic acquired resistance. In Polyphenols 98 (ed. A. Scalbert) INRA, pp xx-xx.

(10) Schlaeppi K., Abou-Mansour E., Buchala A. & Mauch F. (2010): Glucosinolates are an important first layer defence in Arabidopsis against Phytophthora brassicae. In "Biology of Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions" Vol. 7 (CD-ROM), 2009 IS-MPMI Symposium Proceedings, eds. H. Antoun, T. Avis, L. Bresson, D. Prévost & M. Trepanier, APS Press.



Meeting abstracts in publications with ISBN or ISSN

(1) Pythoud F., Buchala A.J. and Schmid A. (1986): Adventitious rooting in Populus tremula: characterisation of the synergy between vitamin D3 and indolylbutyric acid. Experientia, 42: 655.

(1) Ryser U., Buchala A.J. and Meier H. (1986): Cotton fibres: a model to study differentiation in plant cells. Experientia, 42: 655.

(3) Bucheli P., Buchala A.J. and Meier H. (1987): Autolysis in vitro of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) fibre cell walls. Experientia, 43: 659.

(4) Roulin S., Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1989): Understanding the interaction of groundnut plants with the pathogen Cercospora arachidicola. Experientia, 45: A76.

(5) Merckelbach C., Buchala A.J., Schmid A. & Meier H. (1989): Aventitious root formation in Populus tremula; a comparison between IAA and IBA. Experientia, 45: A76.

(6) Coquoz J.-L., Palladino T., Schneider M., Buchala A.J. & Métraux J.-P. (1995): Systemic acquired resistance in potato. Experientia, 51: A13.

(7) Schweizer P. Buchala A.J. & Métraux J.-P. (1995): The octadecanoid signalling pathway mediates defence responses against pathogen attack in rice. Experientia, 51: A13.

(8) Schweizer P., Buchala A.J. & Métraux J.-P. (1995): The octadecanoid signalling pathway mediates defence responses against pathogen attack in rice. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry, Suppl. 21A: 490.

(9) Coquoz J.L., Buchala A.J. & Métraux J.P. (1996): The synthesis of salicylic acid and systemic acquired resistance in potato. Experientia, 52: A24.

(10) Summermatter S., Mainieri D., Russell A.P., Seydoux J., Montani J.P., Buchala A., Solinas G. & Dulloo A. (2006): Skeletal muscle insulin and leptin resistance during early catch-up fat driven by suppressed thermogenesis: a role for impaired PI3K and AMPK signalling. International Journal of Obsesity, 30: S70.

(11) Meskiene I., Buchala A., Schuurink R. & Schweighofer A. (2007): Stress hormone jasmonate production is controlled by a PP2C phosphatase. FEBS Journal, 274: 202.

(12) Summermatter S., Arsenijevic D., Marcelino H., Buchala A., Aprikan O., Assimacopoulos-Jeannet F., Montani J.P. & Dulloo A.G. (2008): Enhanced adipose tissue PI3K activity and lipogenic capacity during catch-up growth: relevance to muscle-adipose glucose redistribution. International Journal of Obsesity, 32: S16.
Meeting reports or abstracts in publications without ISBN or ISSN*
(1) Buchala A.J. (1983): Note on the cover illustration. In The Third Cell Wall Meeting (ed. A.J.Buchala), Université de Fribourg, 9-10.

(2) Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1993). Acid invertase in cotton (Gossypium arboreum L.) fibres In The Third Cell Wall Meeting (ed. A.J. Buchala), Université de Fribourg, 17.

(3) Bucheli P., Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1993). -Glucanases in developing cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) fibres In The Third Cell Wall Meeting (ed. A.J.Buchala), Université de Fribourg, 18.

(4) Buchala A.J., Roulin S. & Meier H. (1986): Polysaccharides secreted into the culture medium from cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) ovules cultured in vitro. In "Cell Walls '86" eds. B. Vian, D. Reis & R. Goldberg, Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, pp 344-345.

(5) Bucheli P., Buchala A.J. & Meier H. (1986): -Glucanases in developing cotton fibres can function as transglucosylases. In "Cell Walls '86" eds. B. Vian, D. Reis & R. Goldberg, Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, pp 368-369.

(6) Meier H., Buchala A.J., Allenbach A., Buchs L. & Christ U. (1986): Products from UDP-glucose after incubation with damaged cells, homogenates or fractions thereof. In "Cell Walls '86" eds. B. Vian, D. Reis & R. Goldberg, Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, pp 306-307.

(7) Buchala A.J., Roulin S., Coquoz J.L. & Meier H. (1989): Understanding the pathogenesis of the early leaf spot disease in groundnut. Abstracts of the Fifth Cell Wall Meeting (eds. Fry, S.C., Brett, C.T. & Reid J.S.G.) 55.

(8) Schweizer P., Buchala A., Müller C., Felix G., & Métraux J.-P. (1996). Perception of cutin monomers by plants. 8th Int. Symposium on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, Knoxville TN/USA,.



(9) Moire L., Buchala A. & Ryser U. (1998). Differential display method used to clone genes involved in suberin biosynthesis. In Proceedings of the 8th International Cell Wall Meeting, Norwich.

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