Kiani Arkus Gardner

Kiani Arkus Gardner

Undergraduate, NSF-REU Intern, ACS-PRF SUMR Fellow, 2004-2007
• NIH-NRSA Graduate Fellow, Erickson Lab, Cell Biology Program, Duke University
• Instructor, Guilford Technical Community College

Schroeder AC, Zhu C, Yanamadala SR, Cahoon RE, Arkus KAJ, Wachsstock L, Bleeke J, Krishnan HB, Jez JM (2010) Threonine-insensitive homoserine dehydrogenase from soybean: genomic organization, kinetic characterization, and in vivo activity.  J Biol Chem 285, 827-34

Galant A, Arkus KAJ, Zubieta C, Cahoon RE, Jez JM (2009) Structural basis for evolution of product diversity in soybean glutathione synthesis.  Plant Cell 21, 3450-8

Arkus KAJ, Jez JM (2008) An integrated protein chemistry lab module: choloropyll and chlorophyllase.  Biochem Mol Biol Educ 36, 125-8

Zubieta C, Arkus KAJ, Cahoon RE, Jez JM  (2008) A single amino acid change is responsible for evolution of acyltransferase specificity in bacterial methionine biosynthesis.  J Biol Chem  283, 7561-7

Arkus KAJ, Jez JM (2006) Development of a high-throughput purification method and a continuous assay for chlorophyllase.  Anal Biochem 353, 93-8

Arkus KAJ, Cahoon EB, Jez JM (2005) Mechanistic analysis of wheat chlorophyllase.  Arch Biochem Biophys 438, 146-55