!! This is the archived website of Professor Andrew J. Millar's research group at the University of Edinburgh (to 2017) !!

Current work is linked from here: http://www.amillar.org


Andrew J. Millar – complete bibliography

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Jump to: 1991-1995, 1996-2000, 2001-2007, 2008-2013, 2014-present.

Present to 2014 (reverse chronological order)

  1. Hindle MM, Martin SF, Noordally ZB, van Ooijen G, Barrios-Llerena ME, Simpson TI, Le Bihan T, Millar AJ.(2014) The reduced kinome of Ostreococcus tauri: core eukaryotic signalling components in a tractable model species. BMC Genomics 15:640. doi:10.1186/1471-2164-15-640 + data in PRIDE
  2. Dixon LE, Hodge SK, Ooijen G, Troein C, Akman OE** and Millar AJ** (2014) Light and circadian regulation of clock components aids flexible responses to environmental signals New Phytol online 20 May. DOI: 10.1111/nph.12853. + data in BioDare and ten models in PlaSMo.
  3. Zielinski T.*, Moore A.M.*,Troup E., Halliday K.J., Millar A.J. (2014) Strengths and Limitations of Period Estimation Methods for Circadian Data PLoSone 9: e96462. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0096462. BioDare.
  4. Moore, A., Zielinski, T., Millar, A.J. (2014) Online Period Estimation and Determination of Rhythmicity in Circadian Data, Using the BioDare Data Infrastructure. Methods in Molecular Biology 1158: 13-44. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-0700-7_2 Full record is here in Edinburgh Research Explorer

  5. Seaton, D. D., Ebenhöh, O., Millar, A. J. & Pokhilko, A. (2014) Regulatory principles and experimental approaches to the circadian control of starch turnover. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 11, 91, p. 20130979. doi: 10.1098/rsif.2013.0979. SBML models in PlaSMo: 1, 2, 3.

2013 to 2008 (reverse chronological order)

  1. Macgregor, D. R., Gould, P., Foreman, J., Griffiths, J., Bird, S., Page, R., Stewart, K., Steel, G., Young, J., Paszkiewicz, K., Millar, A. J., Halliday, K. J., Hall, A. J. & Penfield, S. (2013) HIGH EXPRESSION OF OSMOTICALLY RESPONSIVE GENES1 Is Required for Circadian Periodicity through the Promotion of Nucleo-Cytoplasmic mRNA Export in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 25: 4391-4404. doi: 10.1105/tpc.113.114959
  2. van Ooijen, G., Martin, S. F., Barrios-Llerena, M. E., Hindle, M., Le Bihan, T., O'Neill, J. S. & Millar, A. J. (2013) Functional analysis of the rodent CK1tau mutation in the circadian clock of a marine unicellular alga. BMC Cell Biology 14: 46.
  3. Keily, J., MacGregor, D. R., Smith, R. W., Millar, A. J., Halliday, K. J. & Penfield, S. (2013) Model selection reveals control of cold signalling by evening-phased components of the plant circadian clock. The Plant Journal 76: 247-57
  4. Pokhilko, A., Mas, P. & Millar, A. J. 2013 Modelling the widespread effects of TOC1 signalling on the plant circadian clock and its outputs. BMC Systems Biology. 7: 23. doi: 10.1186/1752-0509-7-23. SBML model in PlaSMo

    Highly accessed article.
  5. van Ooijen, G., Hindle, M., Martin, S. F., Barrios-Llerena, M., Sanchez, F., Bouget, F-Y., O'Neill, J. S., Le Bihan, T. & Millar, A. J. (2013) Functional analysis of Casein Kinase 1 in a minimal circadian system PLoS One. 8, 7, p. e70021. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0070021
  6. Gould, P. D., Ugarte, N., Domijan, M., Costa, M., Foreman, J., Macgregor, D., Rose, K., Griffiths, J., Millar, A. J., Finkenstädt, B., Penfield, S., Rand, D. A., Halliday, K. J. & Hall, A. J. W. 2013 Network balance via CRY signalling controls the Arabidopsis circadian clock over ambient temperatures. Molecular Systems Biology. 9: 650. doi: 10.1038/msb.2013.7. SBML model in PlaSMo.
  7. Ocone, A., Millar, A.J., and Sanguinetti, G. (2013). Hybrid regulatory models: a statistically tractable approach to model regulatory network dynamics. Bioinformatics. doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btt069.
  8. Adams, R. , Clark, A. , Yamaguchi, A. , Hanlon, N. , Tsorman, N. , Ali, S. , Lebedeva, G. , Goltsov, A. , Sorokin, A. , Akman, O. E. , Troein, C. , Millar, A. J. , Goryanin, I. & Gilmore, S. SBSI: An extensible distributed software infrastructure for parameter estimation in systems biology (2013) Bioinformatics. doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btt023. Link
  9. Schaum, E. , Rost, B. , Millar, A. J. & Collins, S. (2013) Variation in plastic responses of a globally distributed picoplankton species to ocean acidification. Nature Climate Change 3, 298–302. Link
  10. van Ooijen G. and Millar A.J. (2012) Non-transcriptional oscillators in circadian timekeeping. Trends Biochem. Sci. . Online 20 August 2012. doi: 10.1016/j.tibs.2012.07.006 Link [review paper, peer-reviewed].
  11. Frank Dondelinger, Simon Rogers, Maurizio Filippone, Roberta Cretella, Tim M. Palmer, Robert W. Smith, Andrew J. Millar and Dirk Husmeier (2012) Parameter Inference In Mechanistic Models Of Cellular Regulation And Signalling Pathways Using Gradient Matching. WCSB 2012, Ninth International workshop on computational systems biology, Finland. (accepted).
  12. Gerben van Ooijen, Kirsten Knox, Katalin Kis, François-Yves Bouget, Andrew J. Millar (2012) Genomic transformation of the picoeukaryote Ostreococcus tauri. J. Vis. Exp. 65: e4074. doi:10.3791/4074. Link
  13. Adams, R. R. , Tsorman, N. , Stratford, K. , Akman, O. E. , Gilmore, S. , Juty, N. , Le Novčre, N. , Millar, A. J. & Millar, A. J. (2012) The Input Signal Step Function (ISSF), a Standard Method to Encode Input Signals in SBML Models with Software Support, Applied to Circadian Clock Models. Journal of Biological Rhythms. 27: 328-332. doi:10.1177/0748730412451077. Link
  14. Young Hun Song, Robert W. Smith, Benjamin J. To, Andrew J. Millar, Takato Imaizumi (2012) FKF1 conveys crucial timing information for CONSTANS stabilization in photoperiodic flowering. Science 336: 1045-1049. Online 25 May 2012. doi: 10.1126/science.1219644 Link

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  15. Edgar R.S.*, Green E.W.*, Zhao Y.*, van Ooijen G.*, Olmedo M.*, Qin X., Xu Y., Pan M., Valekunja E.K., Feeney K.A., Maywood E.S., Hastings M.H., Baliga N.S., Merrow M., Millar A.J., Johnson C.H., Kyriacou C.P., O’Neill J.S.**, Reddy A.B.** (2012) Peroxiredoxins are conserved markers of circadian rhythms. Nature 485: 459–464. Online 16 May 2012. doi: 10.1038/nature11088. Link. Corrigendum 8 Aug 2012. Link.

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    Ewen Callaway, A biological clock to wind them all, Nature News 16 May 2012.
    Debora MacKenzie, Biological clock began ticking 2.5 billion years ago, New Scientist 2865, 16 May 2012.
    Sarah Evert, Picking Apart Our Circadian Clock, Chemical & Engineering News, 90: 30. June 4, 2012.
    Andrew S.I. Loudon, Circadian Biology: A 2.5 Billion Year Old Clock, Current Biology 22: R570–R571.
  16. Ozgur E. Akman*, Steven Watterson, Andrew Parton, Nigel Binns, Andrew J. Millar** and Peter Ghazal** (2012) Digital clocks: simple Boolean models can quantitatively describe circadian systems. J R Soc Interface 9: 2365-82. Online 12 April. *corresponding author; **senior authors. doi: 10.1098/​rsif.2012.0080 Link
  17. Bénédicte Wenden, David L. K. Toner, Sarah K. Hodge, Ramon Grima, Andrew J. Millar (2012) Spontaneous spatiotemporal waves of gene expression from biological clocks in the leaf. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 109: 6757-62. online 10 April. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1118814109. Link

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  18. Huang W, Pérez-García P, Pokhilko A, Millar AJ, Antoshechkin I, Riechmann JL, Mas P. (2012) Mapping the Core of the Arabidopsis Circadian Clock Defines the Network Structure of the Oscillator. Science 336: 75-59. Online Mar 8. doi: 10.1126/science.1219075 Link

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  19. Pokhilko A, Fernández AP, Edwards KD, Southern MM, Halliday KJ, Millar AJ. (2012) The clock gene circuit in Arabidopsis includes a repressilator with additional feedback loops. Mol Syst Biol. 8: 574. doi: 10.1038/msb.2012 Link

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  20. Kolmos E, Herrero E, Bujdoso N, Millar AJ, Tóth R, Gyula P, Nagy F, Davis SJ. (2011) A reduced-function allele reveals that EARLY FLOWERING 3 repressive action on the circadian clock is modulated by phytochrome signals in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 23: 3230-46. Link
  21. Guerriero ML, Pokhilko A, Fernández AP, Halliday KJ, Millar AJ, Hillston J. (2012) Stochastic properties of the plant circadian clock. J R Soc Interface 9: 744-56. Online 31 Aug 2011. Link
  22. Le Bihan T.*, Martin SF, Chirnside ES, van Ooijen G., Barrios-Llerena M., O’Neill JS, Schliaha PV, Kerr LE, Millar A.J. (2011) Shotgun proteomic analysis of the unicellular alga Ostreococcus tauri. J. Proteomics, 74: 2060-2070. Link. PDF. *corresponding author.

    Featured in: The Global Proteomic Machine, Data Set of the Week, rated 4*. “...This data holds the modern record for the shear volume of tryptic peptide sequences that had never been observed before these spectra became publicly available....” http://www.thegpm.org
  23. van Ooijen, G.*, Dixon, L.E.*, Troein, C., and Millar, A.J. (2011) Proteasome function is required for biological timing throughout the 24-hour cycle. Current Biology, 21: 869-875. Link * equal contribution.

    eatured in: McClung C.R. (2011) Circadian Rhythms: Lost in Post-Translation. Current Biology 21:R400-R402.
  24. Ashelford, K., Eriksson, M. M., Allen, C. E., D'Amore, L., Johansson, M., Gould, P., Kay, S., Millar, A. J., Hall, N., and Hall, A. (2011). Full genome re-sequencing reveals a novel circadian clock mutation in Arabidopsis. Genome Biol 12, R28. Link
  25. Sorokina, O., Corellou, F., Dauvillee, D., Sorokin, A., Goryanin, I., Ball, S., Bouget, F. Y., and Millar, A. J. (2011). Microarray data can predict diurnal changes of starch content in the picoalga Ostreococcus. BMC Syst Biol 5, 36. Link. PDF. PMID: 21352558.
  26. Johansson, M., McWatters, H. G., Bako, L., Takata, N., Gyula, P., Hall, A., Somers, D. E., Millar, A. J., and Eriksson, M. E. (2011). Partners in Time: EARLY BIRD Associates with ZEITLUPE and Regulates the Speed of the Arabidopsis Clock. Plant Physiol 155, 2108-2122. Link
  27. O'Neill, J. S., van Ooijen, G., Le Bihan, T., and Millar, A. J. (2011) Circadian clock parameter measurement: characterization of clock transcription factors using surface plasmon resonance. J Biol Rhythms 26: 91-98. Link. PDF. doi:10.1177/0748730410397465
  28. Wenden, B., Kozma-Bognár, L., Edwards, K.D., Hall, A.J.W., Locke, J.C.W., Millar, A.J. (2011) Light inputs shape the Arabidopsis circadian system. The Plant Journal, 66: 480-491. Link. PDF. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2011.04505.x
  29. Troein C.*, Corellou F.*, Dixon L.E., van Ooijen G., O’Neill J.S., Bouget F.-Y.**, Millar A.J.** (2011) Multiple light inputs to a simple clock circuit allow complex biological rhythms. The Plant Journal, 66: 375-385. Link. PDF. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2011.04489.x
  30. Pokhilko A.*, Ramos J.A., Holtan H., Maszle D.R., Khanna R., Millar A.J. (2011) Ubiquitin ligase switch in plant photomorphogenesis: A hypothesis. Journal of Theoretical Biology 270 (1), 31-41. *corresponding author. Link.

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  31. Dixon L.E., Knox K., Kozma-Bognar L., Southern M.M., Pokhilko A., Millar A.J. (2011) Temporal repression of core circadian genes is mediated through EARLY FLOWERING 3 in Arabidopsis. Current Biology 21: 120-125. Link

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  32. O’Neill J.S.*, Van Ooijen G.*, Dixon L.E., Troein C., Corellou F., Bouget F-Y, Reddy A.B.**, Millar A.J.** (2011) Circadian rhythms persist without transcription in a eukaryote. Nature, 469:554-558. *joint first authorship; ** corresponding authors. Link. PDF. doi:10.1038/nature09654
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  33. Saithong T., Painter K.J., Millar A.J. (2010) Consistent Robustness Analysis (CRA) Identifies Biologically Relevant Properties of Regulatory Network Models. PLoS ONE 5(12):e15589. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0015589. Link
  34. Saithong T., Painter K.J., Millar A.J. (2010) The Contributions of Interlocking Loops and Extensive Nonlinearity to the Properties of Circadian Clock Models. PLoS ONE, 5(11): e13867. Link
  35. Edwards K.D., Akman O.E., Knox K., Lumsden P.J., Thomson A.W., Brown P.E., Pokhilko A., Kozma-Bognar L., Nagy F., Rand D.A., Millar, A.J. (2010) Quantitative analysis of regulatory flexibility under changing environmental conditions. Molecular Systems Biology 6:424. Link. doi:10.1038/msb.2010.81.

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  36. Pokhilko A., Hodge S.K., Stratford K., Knox K., Edwards K.D., Thomson A.W., Mizuno T., Millar A.J. (2010) Data assimilation constrains new connections and components in a complex, eukaryotic circadian clock model. Molecular Systems Biology 6:416. Link. doi:10.1038/msb.2010.69.
  37. Akman O.E., Rand D.A., Brown P.E., Millar A.J. (2010) Robustness from flexibility in the fungal circadian clock. BMC Systems Biology, 4:88. Link.

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  38. Akman O.E., Guerriero M.L., Loewe L., Troein C. (2010) Complementary approaches to understanding the plant circadian clock. International workshop "From Biology To Concurrency" FBTC2010, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science, 19:1-19. Link. This work was conducted in the Millar and Hillston labs. .
  39. Salazar J.D., Saithong T., Brown P.E., Foreman J., Locke J.C.W., Halliday K.J., Carré I.A.Rand D.A., Millar A.J. (2009) Prediction of Photoperiodic Regulators from Quantitative Gene Circuit Models. Cell, 139: 1170-1179. Link. PDF. Model and data from PlaSMo database.
  40. Troein C.*, Locke J.C.W.*, Turner M.S., Millar A.J. (2009) Weather and seasons together demand complex biological clocks. Current Biology, 19: 1961-1964.*joint first authorship. Link. PDF.

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  41. Akman O.E., Ciocchetta F., Degasperi A., Guerriero M.L. (2009) Modelling biological clocks with Bio-PEPA: stochasticity and robustness for the Neurospora crassa circadian network. Lect. Notes Comput. Sci., 5688: 52-67. Link. This work was conducted in the Millar and Hillston labs.
  42. Sorokina O.*, Kapus A.*, Terecskei K., Dixon L.E., Kozma-Bognar L., Nagy F., Millar A.J. (2009) A switchable light-input, light-output system modelled and constructed in yeast. Journal of Biological Engineering, 3: 15. Link. *joint first authorship

        Highly-accessed article.
  43. Liverani S., Anderson P.E., Edwards K.D., Millar A.J. and Smith J.Q. (2009) Efficient Utility-based Clustering over High Dimensional Partition Spaces. Journal of Bayesian Analysis, 04(03): 539 - 572. Link. PDF
  44. Daly R., Edwards K.D., O'Neill J.S., Aitken S., Millar A.J. and Girolami, M. (2009) Using Higher-Order Dynamic Bayesian Networks to Model Periodic Data from the Circadian Clock of Arabidopsis thaliana. Pattern Recognition in Bioinformatics, PRIB 2009, Lecture notes in computer science 5780: 67-78. doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-04031-3_7
  45. A.M. Davis, A. Hall, A.J. Millar, C. Darrah and S.J. Davis (2009) Protocol: Streamlined sub-protocols for floral-dip transformation and selection of transformants in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Methods 5:3. Link.
  46. J.D. Salazar, J. Foreman, I.A. Carré, D.A. Rand and A.J. Millar (2008). Mathematical Model of the Epigenetic Control of Vernalisation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Acta Horticulturae Number 803, November 2008. Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium of Modelling in Fruit Research and Orchard Management. Editor J. Samietz. International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS). ISBN 978-90-66056-81-7; ISSN 0567-7572. Link.
  47. Finkenstadt, B., Heron, E.A., Komorowski, M., Edwards, K., Tang, S., Harper, C.V., Davis, J.R., White, M.R., Millar, A.J. and Rand, D.A. (2008) Reconstruction of transcriptional dynamics from gene reporter data using differential equations, Bioinformatics 24: 2901-2907. Link.
  48. Grzegorczyk, M.**, Husmeier, D.**, Edwards, K.D., Ghazal, P., and Millar, A.J. (2008). Modelling non-stationary gene regulatory processes with a non-homogeneous Bayesian network and the allocation sampler. Bioinformatics 24, 2071-2078. **corresponding authors. PDF. Link.
  49. Akman O.E., Locke J.C.W., Tang S., Carré I.A., Millar A.J. & Rand D.A. (2008) Isoform switching facilitates period control in the Neurospora crassa circadian clock. Molecular Systems Biology, 4: 164. Online 12 Feb 2008, doi: 4100210. Corrigendum.
  50. J. Aleksic, F. Bizzari, Y. Cai, B. Davidson, K. de Mora, S. Ivakhno, S.L. Seshasayee, J. Nicholson, J. Wilson, A. Elfick, C. French, L. Kozma-Bognar, H. Ma and A. Millar (2007) Development of a novel biosensor for the detection of arsenic in drinking water. IET Synthetic Biology 1, 87–90. Online

2001 to 2007 (chronological order)

  1. Davis S.J. and Millar A.J. (2001) Watching the hands of the Arabidopsis biological clock. Genome Biology, 2, R1008.1-1008.4. PDF
  2. Tóth R., Kevei E., Hall A., Millar A.J., Nagy F., Kozma-Bognár, L. (2001) Circadian clock-regulated expression of phytochrome and cryptochrome genes in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology, 127, 1607-1616. PDF
  3. Hall A., Kozma-Bognár L., Tóth R., Nagy F. and Millar A.J. (2001) Conditional circadian regulation of PHYTOCHROME A gene expression. Plant Physiology, 127, 1808-1818. PDF
  4. Millar A.J. (2001) Light responses of a plastic plant. Nature Genetics, 29, 357-358. PDF
  5. Salathia N., Edwards K. and Millar A.J. (2002) QTL for timing: a natural diversity of clock genes. Trends in Genetics, 18, 115-118. PDF
  6. Thain S.C., Murtas G., Lynn J.R., McGrath R.B. and Millar A.J. (2002) The circadian clock that controls gene expression in Arabidopsis is tissue-specific. Plant Physiology, 130, 102-110. PDF
  7. Doyle M.R.*, Davis S.J.*, Bastow R.M., McWatters H.G., Kozma-Bognár L., Nagy F., Millar A.J.** and Amasino R.M.** (2002) ELF4, a gene controlling circadian rhythms and flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana. Nature, 419, 74-77. *joint first authorship, **corresponding authors. PDF

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  8. Hall A., Kozma-Bognár L., Bastow R.M., Nagy F. and Millar A.J. (2002) Distinct regulation of CAB and PHYB gene expression by similar circadian clocks. Plant Journal, 32, 529-537. PDF
  9. Staiger D., Allenbach L., Salathia N., Fiechter V., Davis S.J., Millar A.J., Chory J., and Fankhauser C. (2003) The Arabidopsis SRR1 gene mediates phyB signaling and is required for normal circadian clock function. Genes & Development, 17, 256–268. PDF
  10. Eriksson ME, Millar AJ (2003) The Circadian Clock. A Plant's Best Friend in a Spinning World. Plant Physiol 132:732-738. PDF
  11. Millar AJ (2003) A suite of photoreceptors entrains the plant circadian clock. J Biol Rhythms 18:217-226. PDF
  12. Eriksson M.E.*, Hanano S.*, Southern M.M.*, Hall A., Millar A.J. (2003) Response regulator homologues have complementary, light-dependent functions in the Arabidopsis circadian clock. Planta 218:159-162. *joint first authorship. PDF
  13. Hall A.*, Bastow R.M.*, Davis S.J., Hanano S., McWatters H.G., Hibberd V., Doyle M.R., Sung S., Halliday K.J., Amasino R.M., Millar A.J. (2003) The TIME FOR COFFEE (TIC) gene maintains the amplitude and timing of Arabidopsis circadian clocks. Plant Cell 15: 2719-2729. *joint first authorship. PDF
  14. Millar AJ (2004) Input signals to the plant circadian clock. J Exp Bot 55: 277-283. Full text link PDF
  15. Bain EL, Millar AJ, Turner MS. (2004) The wild type circadian period of Neurospora is encoded in the residual network of the null frq mutants. J Theor Biol 229: 413-420. PDF
  16. Rand DA, Shulgin BV, Salazar D, Millar AJ. (2004) Design principles underlying circadian clocks. J Roy Soc Interface 1: 119-130. doi:10.1098/rsif.2004.0014. Full-text link PDF
  17. Thain S.C.*, Vandenbussche F.*, Laarhoven LJJ, Dowson-Day M.J., Wang Z-Y, Tobin E.M., Harren F.J.M., Millar A.J. and Van der Straeten D. (2004) Circadian rhythms of ethylene emission in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 136: 3751-3761. *joint first authorship PDF

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  18. Locke J.C., Millar A.J., Turner, M.S. (2005) Modelling genetic networks with noisy and varied experimental data: the circadian clock in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Theor Biol 234: 383-393. PDF
  19. Edwards K.D., Lynn J.R., Gyula P., Nagy F., Millar, A.J. (2005) Natural allelic variation in the temperature compensation mechanisms of the Arabidopsis thaliana circadian clock. Genetics 170: 387-400. doi: 10.1534/genetics.104.035238. PDF
  20. Southern, M.M., Millar, A.J. (2005) Circadian genetics in the model higher plant, Arabidopsis thaliana. Methods Enzymol 393, 23-35. 
  21. Locke J.C.W., Southern M.M., Kozma-Bognar L., Hibberd V., Brown P.E., Turner M.S., Millar A.J. (2005) Extension of a genetic network model by iterative experimentation and mathematical analysis. Molecular Systems Biology, 1:13. doi: 10.1038/msb4100018. PDF

    Featured in: Mol. Syst. Biol. featured article,
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        Genome Biology 2005, 6(8):340, featured F1000 article.
  22. Dodd A.N., Salathia N., Hall A., Kévei E., Tóth R., Nagy F., Hibberd J.M., Millar A.J., Webb A.A.R. (2005) Plant circadian clocks increase photosynthesis, growth, survival and competitive advantage. Science, 309:630-633. PDF

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  23. Rand DA, Shulgin BV, Salazar D, Millar AJ. (2006) Uncovering the design principles of circadian clocks: mathematical analysis of flexibility and evolutionary goals. J Theor Biol, 238:616-635. Published online August 2005. PDF.
  24. Viczián A, Kircher S, Fejes E, Millar AJ, Schäfer E, Kozma-Bognár L, Nagy F (2005) Functional characterisation of PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTOR 3 for the Arabidopsis thaliana circadian clockwork. Plant Cell Physiol, 46:1591-602. doi:10.1093/pcp/pci175. PDF.
  25. Edwards KD, Anderson PE, Hall A, Salathia NS, Locke JCW, Lynne JR, Straume M, Smith JQ, Millar AJ (2006) FLOWERING LOCUS C mediates natural variation in the high temperature response of the Arabidopsis circadian clock. Plant Cell, 18: 639-650. doi:10.1105/tpc.105.038315. Full PDF. Array data.

    Faculty of 1000 Biology: evaluations for Edwards KD et al Plant Cell 2006 Feb 10. F1000 article factor (FFa) 6. http://www.f1000biology.com/article/16473970/evaluation.
  26. Kevei E, Gyula P, Hall A, Kozma-Bognár L, Kim WY, Eriksson ME, Tóth R, Hanano S, Fehér B, Southern MM, Bastow RM, Viczián A, Hibberd V, Davis SJ, Somers DE, Nagy R, Millar AJ (2006) Forward genetic analysis of the circadian clock separates the multiple functions of ZEITLUPE. Plant Physiol 140: 933-945. PDF
  27. Gould PD, Locke JCW, Larue C, Southern MM, Davis SJ, Hanano S, Moyle R, Milich R, Putterill J, Millar AJ**, Hall A** (2006) The molecular basis of temperature compensation in the Arabidopsis circadian clock. Plant Cell, 18:1177-1187. Main PDF. **corresponding authors.

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  28. Salathia N, Davis SJ**, Lynn JR, Michaels SD, Amasino RM and Millar AJ** (2006) FLOWERING LOCUS C dependent and independent interactions in autonomous and vernalization regulation of the circadian clock. BMC Plant Biology, 6:10. Open Access article - Link. Main PDF. Supplementary data. **corresponding authors.

    BMC “Highly Accessed” article (>850 accesses in first 30 days), featured article.

  29. Locke JCW, Kozma-Bognar L, Gould PD, Fehér B, Kevei E, Nagy F, Turner MS, Hall A**, Millar AJ** (2006) Experimental validation of a predicted feedback loop in the multi-oscillator clock of Arabidopsis thaliana. Molecular Systems Biology, 2:59. **corresponding authors. Open Access article - Link. Full PDF. Model SBML.

    Featured in News and Views article "Systems biology flowering in the plant clock field" by Hiroki R Ueda. Open Access article - Link. PDF.
  30. Salathia N, Lynn JR, Millar AJ** and King GJ** (2007). Detection and resolution of genetic loci affecting circadian period in Brassica oleracea. Theor Appl Genet. 114: 683-92. Online 13 Dec 2006. Link. PDF. **corresponding authors.

    Featured in: Faculty of 1000 Biology: evaluations for Salathia N et al Theor Appl Genet 2007 Feb 114 (4) :683-92. F1000 article factor (FFa) 6. http://www.f1000biology.com/article/id/1064879/evaluation
  31. Edwards K.D. and Millar A.J. (2007) Analysis of Circadian Leaf Movement Rhythms in Arabidopsis thaliana. In 'Circadian Rhythms Methods and Protocols',  Series: Methods in Molecular Biology, 362:103-114. Humana Press ISBN13: 978-1-59745-257-1 Link
  32. McWatters H.G., Kolmos E., Hall A., Doyle M.R., Amasino R.M., Gyula P., Nagy F., Millar A.J., Davis S.J. (2007)  ELF4 Is Required for Oscillatory Properties of the Circadian Clock. Plant Physiology, 144:391-401. Full PDF.
  33. Ding Z., Millar A.J., Davis A.M., Davis S.J. (2007) TIME FOR COFFEE Encodes a Nuclear Regulator in the Arabidopsis thaliana Circadian Clock. Plant Cell, 19:1522-1536. Link.
  34. Kevei E, Gyula P, Feher B, Toth R, Viczian A, Kircher S, Rea D, Dorjgotov D, Schafer E, Millar AJ, Kozma-Bognar L, Nagy F (2007) Arabidopsis thaliana circadian clock is regulated by the small GTPase LIP1. Curr Biol 17: 1456-64. PDF. Link

    Featured in: Dispatch "Circadian Rhythms: Rho-Related Signals in Time-Specific Light Perception" E. Kolmos and S.J. Davis. Current Biology, 17, R808-R810.

    Faculty of 1000 Biology: evaluations for Kevei E et al Curr Biol 2007 Sep 4 17:1456-64. F1000Prime 1*. http://www.f1000biology.com/article/id/1091171/evaluation


1996 through 2000

  1. White M.R.H., Wood C.D. and Millar A.J. (1996) Real-time imaging of transcription in living cells and tissues. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 24, 411S.
  2. Hicks K.A., Millar A.J., Carré I.A., Somers D.E., Straume M., Meeks-Wagner D. R. and Kay S.A. (1996) Conditional circadian dysfunction of the Arabidopsis early-flowering 3 mutant. Science, 274, 790-792.
  3. **Millar A.J. and Kay S.A. (1996). Integration of circadian and phototransduction pathways in the network controlling CAB gene transcription in Arabidopsis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 93, 15491-15496. **corresponding author PDF
  4. Millar A.J. and Kay S.A. (1997). The genetics of phototransduction and circadian rhythms in Arabidopsis. BioEssays, 19 (3) 209-214.
  5. Millar A.J. (1997). PASsing time. Current Biology, 7, R474-R476.
  6. Bischoff F., Millar A.J., Furuya M. and Kay S.A. (1997). Phytochrome-induced intercellular signalling activates CAB:luciferase gene expression. Plant J., 12, 839-849.
  7. Anderson S.L., Somers D.E., Millar A.J., Hanson K., Chory J. and Kay S.A (1997). Attenuation of phytochrome A and B signaling pathways by the Arabidopsis circadian clock. Plant Cell, 9, 1727-1743.
  8. Lumsden P.J. and Millar A.J. (eds.) (1998) "Biological Rhythms and Photoperiodism in Plants". 284 pages. BIOS Scientific: Oxford; including …
  9. Millar A.J. (1998) The cellular organisation of circadian rhythms in plants: Not one but many clocks.
  10. Millar A.J. (1998) Molecular intrigue between phototransduction and the circadian clock. Annals of Botany 81: 581-587.
  11. Whitelam G.C. and Millar A.J. (1998) Light Regulation and Biological Clocks. "Arabidopsis", Eds. Roberts J.A. and Anderson M.L. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.
  12. Genoud T., Millar A.J., Nishizawa N., Kay S.A., Schafer E., Nagatani A. and Chua N.-H. (1998). An Arabidopsis mutant hypersensitive to red and far-red light signals. Plant Cell 10: 889-904.
  13. Dowson-Day M.J. and Millar A.J. (1999). Circadian dysfunction causes aberrant hypocotyl elongation patterns in Arabidopsis. Plant Journal 17, 63-71. PDF
  14. Millar A. J. (1999) Tansley Review: Biological clocks in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytologist 141, 175-197. PDF
  15. Swarup K., Alonso-Blanco C., Lynn, J.R., Michaels, S.D., Amasino, R.M., Koornneef, M.and Millar A.J. (1999) Natural  allelic variation identifies new genes in the Arabidopsis circadian system. Plant Journal 20, 67-77. PDF
  16. McWatters H., Dunlap J.C. and Millar A.J. (1999) Circadian rhythms: clocks for the real world. Current Biology 9, R633-R635. PDF
  17. *Bognár L.K., *Hall A., Ádám É., Thain S.C., **Nagy F. and **Millar A.J. (1999) The circadian clock controls the expression pattern of the circadian input photoreceptor, phytochrome B. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 96, 14652-14657. *joint first authorship, **corresponding authors. PDF
  18. Murtas G. and Millar A.J. (2000) How plants tell the time. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 3, 43-47.
  19. Reed J.W.**, Nagpal P., Bastow R.M., Solomon K.S., Dowson-Day M.J., Elumalai R.P. and Millar A.J. (2000) Independent action of ELF3 and phyB to control hypocotyl elongation and flowering time. Plant Physiology 122, 1149-1160. **corresponding author. PDF
  20. Millar A.J. Clock proteins: Turned over after hours? (2000) Current Biology 10, R529-R531.
  21. Thain S.C., Hall A. and Millar A.J. (2000) Functional independence of circadian clocks that regulate plant gene expression. Current Biology, 10, 951-956. PDF

    Featured in: Science STKE Editors' Choice. CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS: Leaves Have More Than One Clock (24 September 2002) Sci. STKE 2002 (151), tw347. [DOI: 10.1126/stke.2002.151.tw347]
  22. *McWatters H.G., *Bastow R.M., Hall A., Millar A.J. (2000) The ELF3 zeitnehmer regulates light signalling to the circadian clock. Nature, 408, 716-720. *joint first authorship PDF

1991 through 1995

  1. Millar A.J. and Kay S.A. (1991). Circadian control of CAB gene transcription and mRNA accumulation in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 3, 541-550. PDF
  2. Millar A.J., Short S.R., Chua N.-H. and Kay S.A. (1992). A novel circadian phenotype based on firefly luciferase expression in transgenic plants. Plant Cell 4, 1075-1084. PDF
  3. Kay S.A. and Millar A.J. (1992). Circadian-regulated gene transcription in Arabidopsis thaliana. Disc. Neurosci. 3, 103-105.
  4. Millar A.J., Short S.R., Hiratsuka K., Chua N.-H. and Kay S.A. (1992). Firefly luciferase as a reporter of regulated gene expression in plants. Plant Mol. Biol. Rep. 10, 324-337. PDF
  5. Kay S.A. and Millar A.J. (1993). Circadian regulated CAB gene expression in higher plants. "The Molecular Genetics of Biological Rhythms", Ed. Young, M. New York: Marcel Dekker.
  6. Kay S.A., Millar A.J., Smith K.W., Anderson S.L., Brandes C., Hall J.C. (1994). Video Imaging of Regulated Firefly Luciferase Activity in Transgenic Plants and Drosophila. Promega Notes, 49, 22-27.
  7. Millar A.J., McGrath R. and Chua N.-H. (1994). Phytochrome phototransduction pathways. Annu. Rev. Genet., 28, 325-349.
  8. Millar A.J., Straume M., Chory J., Chua N.-H. and Kay S.A. (1995) The regulation of circadian period by phototransduction pathways in Arabidopsis. Science, 267, 1163-1166.
  9. Millar A.J., Carré I.A., Strayer C.A., Chua N.-H. and Kay S.A. (1995) Circadian clock mutants in Arabidopsis identified by luciferase imaging. Science, 267, 1161-1163.
  10. Millar A.J. and Kay S.A. (1995). New models in vogue for circadian clocks. Cell, 83, 361-365.

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