Cynthia Holland

Cynthia Holland

Graduate Student - Plant & Microbial Biosciences Program, NSF Graduate Research Fellow, William H. Danforth Plant Science Fellow, 2014-2018
• NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Jander Lab, Boyce Thompson Institute/Cornell University
• Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Williams College (Jan 2020)

Holland CK, Jez JM (2018) Arabidopsis: the original plant chassis organism.  Plant Cell Rep 37, 1359-66

Holland CK, Jez JM (2018) Structural biology of jasmonic acid metabolism and responses in plants.  In Plant Structural Biology:  Hormonal Regulators (Hejatko J and Takoshima T, eds), pp 67-82, Springer-Verlag, NY

Holland CK, Jez JM (2018) Examining the reaction mechanism of prephenate dehydrogenase from the alternate tyrosine biosynthesis pathway in plants.  ChemBioChem 19, 1132-6

Holland CK, Berkovich DA, Kohn ML, Maeda H, Jez JM (2018) Structural basis for substrate recognition and inhibition of prephenate aminotransferase from Arabidopsis.  Plant J 94, 304-14

Holland CK*, Kroll K*, Starks CM, Jez JM (2017) Evolution of allosteric regulation in chorismate mutases from early plants.  Biochem J 474, 3705-17

Holland CK*, Schenck CA*, Schneider MR, Men Y, Lee SG, Jez JM, Maeda HA (2017) Molecular basis of the evolution of alternative tyrosine biosynthesis pathways in plants.  Nature Chem Biol 13, 1029-35

Augustin MM, Shukla AK, Starks CM, O'Neil-Johnson M, Han L, Holland CK, Kutchan TM (2017) Biosynthesis of Veratrum californicum specialty chemicals in Camelina sativa seed.  Plant Biotech Rep 11, 29-41

Holland CK, Cascella B, Jez JM (2016) Dissonance strikes a chord in stilbene synthesizers. Cell Chem Biol 23, 1440-1

Kilgore MB, Holland CK, Jez JM, Kutchan TM (2016) Identificaiton of a noroxomartidine reductase with Amaryllidaceae alkaloid biosynthesis related activities.  J Biol Chem 291, 16740-52