Publications

  1. Ming-Mei Chang and Janice Lovett (2011) A laboratory exercise illustrating the sensitivity and specificity of Western blot analysis. Biochem & Mol Biol Education (in press).
  2. Ming-Mei Chang, Peter DiGennaro, and Anthony Macula (2009) PCR cloning partial nbs sequences from grape (Vitis aestivalis Michx). Biochem & Mol Biol Education 37 (6): 355-360.
  3. Ming-Mei Chang and G. M. Briggs (2007) An undergraduate laboratory exercise to study the effect of darkness on plant gene expression using DNA microarray. Biochem & Mol Biol Education 35 (6): 434 – 439.
  4. Ming-Mei Chang, S. K. Arrow and W. Liu (2005) Transferring a pea gene, Drr206, into Vitis x labruscana “Niagara” via Agrobacterium-mediated transformation. Proceedings International Grape Genomics Symposium pp.17- 19.
  5. Ming-Mei Chang, D. Culley, J. C. Choi and L. A. Hadwiger (2002) Agrobacteriummediated co-transformation of a pea beta-1,3-glucanase and chitinase genes in potato (Solanum tuberosum L. c.v. Russet Burbank) using a single selectable marker. Plant Sci. 163(1):83-89.
  6. David K Johnson, S.K. Schillinger, D.M. Kwait, C.V. Hughes, E. J. McNamara, F. Ishmael, R.W. O’Donnell, M-M Chang, M.G. Hogg, J.S. Dordick, L. Santhanam, L. M. Ziegler, J.A. Holland. (2002) Inhibition of NADPH Oxidase Activation in Endothelial Cells by ortho-Methoxy-Substituted Catechols. Endothelium 9 (3): 191- 203.
  7. Klosterman, S.J., J.J. Choi, M-M Chang, and L.A. Hadwiger. (2001). Is chitosan's defense response-inducing action mediated through the nuclear protein HMG-I (Y) in plants? In Chitin Enzymology 2001. Ed: R.A.A. Muzzarelli, Atec, Italy. pp. 4-11.
  8. James A. Holland, R. W. O’Donnell, M-M Chang, D. K. Johnson and L. M. Ziegler (2000) Endothelial Cell Oxidant Production: Effect of NADPH Oxidase Inhibitors. Endothelium 7(2):109-119.
  9. Jamie W Meyer, J. A. Holland, L. M. Ziegler, M.-M Chang, G. Beebe and M. E. Schmitt (1999) Identification of a functional leukocyte-type NADPH oxidase in human endothelial cells: A potential atherogenic source of reactive oxygen species . Endothelium 7 (1):11-22.
  10. James A. Holland, J. W. Meyer, M.- M Chang, R. W. O’Donnell, D. K. Johnson, L. M. Ziegler (1998) Thrombin stimulated reactive oxygen species production in cultured human endothelial cells. Endothelium 6 (2):113-121.
  11. Lee Hadwiger, S. Klosterman, M.-M Chang, P. Friel, and H. L. Hosick (1997) Chitosan heptamer alters DNA, induces defense genes in plants and induces the accumulation of gene p53 product in animal cells. In: Advances in Chitin Science, Vol II. Eds: A. Domard, G. A. F. Roberts and K. M. Varum. Jacques Andre Publisher. pp 102-107.
  12. Lee A. Hadwiger, M-M Chang, and M. A. Parsons (1995) Fusarium solani DNase is a signal for enhancing non-host disease resistance response genes, hypersensitivity, and pisatin production. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact 8: 871-879.
  13. Ming-Mei Chang, D. Horovitz, D. E. Culley and L. A. Hadwiger (1995) Molecular cloning and characterization of a pea chitinase gene induced by wounding, fungal infection and elicitor-chitosan. Plant Mol Biol 28:105-111.
  14. Ming-Mei Chang, C. C. Chiang and L. A. Hadwiger (1993) Expression of disease resistance response gene fusions in the potato cultivar Shepody. Am Potato J 70:635- 647.
  15. Ming-Mei Chang, D. E. Culley and L. A. Hadwiger (1993) Nucleotide sequence of a pea β-1,3-glucanase. Plant Physiol 101:1121-1122.
  16. Lee A. Hadwiger, C. C. Chiang, A. J. Pettiger and M-M Chang (1993) Strategy to improve disease resistance by transferring "non-host" disease resistance genes from peas to potatoes. In: Biotechnology and Food Safety. Eds: D. D. Bills and S. Kung. Butterworth-Heinemann pp. 241-245.
  17. Ming-Mei Chang, L. A. Hadwiger and D. Horovitz (1992) Induction of a β-1,3-glucanase in pea in response to chitosan and fungal challenges. Plant Mol Biol 20:609-618.
  18. Ming-Mei Chang and W. H. Loescher (1991) Effects of preconditioning and isolation condition on potato (Solanum tuberosum cv. Russet Burbank) protoplast yield for shoot regeneration and electroporation. Plant Sci 73:103-109.