(bold text denotes undergraduate co-authors)

Lawrence, R, Kaplinsky, N. Arabidopsis Heat Shock Granules exhibit dynamic cellular behavior and can form in response to protein misfolding in the absence of elevated temperatures. microPublication Biology. 2020 10.17912/micropub.biology.000285.

Silverblatt-Buser, EW, Frick, MA, Rabeler, C, Kaplinsky, N. Genetic Interactions Between BOB1 and Multiple 26S Proteasome Subunits Suggest a Role for Proteostasis in Regulating Arabidopsis Development. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics. 2018 8:1379-1390.

Kudish, P, Schlag, E, Kaplinsky, N. An inquiry infused introductory biology laboratory which integrates Mendel's pea phenotypes with molecular mechanisms. Bioscene: The Journal of College Biology Teaching. 2015 41:10-15.

Kast, EJ, Nguyen, MT, Lawrence, RE, Rabeler, C, Kaplinsky, NJ. The RootScope: a simple high-throughput screening system for quantitating gene expression dynamics in plant roots. BMC Plant Biology. 2013 13:158.

Kaplinsky, NJ, Gilbert, SG, Cebra-Thomas, J, Lilleväli, K, Saare, M, Chang, EY, Edelman, HE, Frick, MA, Guan, Y, Hammond, RM, Hampilos, NH, Opoku, DSB, Sariahmed, K, Sherman, EA, Watson, R. The Embryonic Transcriptome of the Red-Eared Slider Turtle (Trachemys scripta). PLoS ONE. 2013 8(6):e66357.

Yeh, CH, Kaplinsky, NJ, Hu, C, Charng, YY. Some like it hot, some like it warm: Phenotyping to explore thermotolerance diversity. Plant Science. 2012 195:10-23.

Gu, Y, Kaplinsky, N, Bringmann, M, Cobb, A, Carroll, A, Sampathkumar, A, Baskin, TI, Persson, S, Somerville, CR. Identification of a cellulose synthase-associated protein required for cellulose biosynthesis. PNAS. 2010 107:12866-12871.

Kaplinsky, NJ. Temperature compensation of auxin dependent developmental patterning. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 2009 4(12):1157-1158.

Jurkuta, RJ, Kaplinsky, NJ, Spindel, JE, Barton, MK. Partitioning of the apical domain of the Arabidopsis embryo requires the BOBBER1 NudC domain protein. The Plant Cell. 2009 21:1957-1971.

Perez, DE, Hoyer, JS, Johnson, AI, Moody, ZR, Lopez, J, Kaplinsky, NJ. BOBBER1 is a non-canonical Arabidopsis small heat shock protein required for both development and thermotolerance. Plant Physiology. 2009 151:214-252.

Phillips, KA, Skirpan, AL, Kaplinsky, NJ, McSteen, P. Developmental disaster1: A novel mutation causing defects during vegetative and inflorescence development in maize. American Journal Of Botany. 2009 96(2):420-430.

Kaplinsky NJ, Barton MK. Plant acupuncture: sticking PINs in the right places. Science. 2004 306(5697):822-3.

Kaplinsky NJ, Freeling M. Combinatorial control of meristem identity in maize inflorescences. Development. 2003 130(6):1149-58.

Kaplinsky NJ, Braun DM, Penterman J, Goff SA, Freeling M. Utility and distribution of conserved noncoding sequences in the grasses. PNAS. 2002 99(9):6147-51.

Kaplinsky N, Braun D, Lisch D, Hay A, Hake S, Freeling M. Maize transgene results in Mexico are artefacts. Nature. 2002 416(6881):601-2.

Clement JQ, Qian L, Kaplinsky N, Wilkinson MF. The stability and fate of a spliced intron from vertebrate cells. RNA. 1999 5(2):206-20.

Kaplinsky N. Maize News Letter articles.