Daniel Cosgrove

Eberly Chair and Professor of Biology

Daniel Cosgrove

Research Summary

Mechanism of plant growth. Function and evolution of expansins. Biochemistry and rheology of plant cell walls. Growth responses to light, hormones, and water stress and other stimuli.

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Cellulose Cell Wall Arabidopsis Plant Cells Cells Polysaccharides Cell Walls Pectins Lignin Microtubules Cell Growth Growth Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Microfibrils Biomass Cellulose Microfibrils Mechanics Spectroscopy Xyloglucan Gels Xyloglucans Biosynthesis Atomic Force Microscopy Cellulose Synthase Mutation

Most Recent Papers

Mutations in the Pectin Methyltransferase QUASIMODO2 influence cellulose biosynthesis and wall integrity in arabidopsis

Juan Du, Alex Kirui, Shixin Huang, Lianglei Wang, William J. Barnes, Sarah N. Kiemle, Yunzhen Zheng, Yue Rui, Mei Ruan, Shiqian Qi, Seong H. Kim, Tuo Wang, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Charles T. Anderson, Chaowen Xiao, 2020, Plant Cell on p. 3576-3597

Distinguishing Mesoscale Polar Order (Unidirectional vs Bidirectional) of Cellulose Microfibrils in Plant Cell Walls Using Sum Frequency Generation Spectroscopy

Mohamadamin Makarem, Yoshiharu Nishiyama, Xiaoran Xin, Daniel M. Durachko, Ying Gu, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Seong H. Kim, 2020, Journal of Physical Chemistry B on p. 8071-8081

Plant Cell Growth: Do Pectins Drive Lobe Formation in Arabidopsis Pavement Cells?

Daniel J. Cosgrove, Charles T. Anderson, 2020, Current Biology on p. R660-R662

Cellulose synthase interactive1- and microtubule-dependent cell wall architecture is required for acid growth in Arabidopsis hypocotyls

Xiaoran Xin, Lei Lei, Yunzhen Zheng, Tian Zhang, Sai Venkatesh Pingali, Hugh O'neill, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Shundai Li, Ying Gu, Bruno Moulia, 2020, Journal of Experimental Botany on p. 2982-2994

Global cellulose biomass, horizontal gene transfers and domain fusions drive microbial expansin evolution

William R. Chase, Olga Zhaxybayeva, Jorge Rocha, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Lori R. Shapiro, 2020, New Phytologist on p. 921-938

Anisotropic Motions of Fibrils Dictated by Their Orientations in the Lamella

Sriramvignesh Mani, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Gregory A. Voth, 2020, Journal of Physical Chemistry B on p. 3527-3539

Expansin gene loss is a common occurrence during adaptation to an aquatic environment

Nathan Hepler, Alexa Bowman, Robert Carey, Daniel Cosgrove, 2020, PLANT JOURNAL on p. 666-680

Pectin methylesterase selectively softens the onion epidermal wall yet reduces acid-induced creep

Xuan Wang, L Wilson, Daniel Cosgrove, 2020, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY on p. 2629-2640

Lignin-polysaccharide interactions in plant secondary cell walls revealed by solid-state NMR

Xue Kang, Alex Kirui, Malitha C. Dickwella Widanage, Frederic Mentink-Vigier, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Tuo Wang, 2019, Nature Communications

Disentangling loosening from softening

Tian Zhang, Haosu Tang, Dimitrios Vavylonis, Daniel J. Cosgrove, 2019, Plant Journal on p. 1101-1117

Most-Cited Papers

A revised architecture of primary cell walls based on biomechanical changes induced by substrate-specific endoglucanases

Yong Bum Park, Daniel J. Cosgrove, 2012, Plant Physiology on p. 1933-1943

Changes in cell wall biomechanical properties in the xyloglucan-deficient xxt1/xxt2 mutant of Arabidopsis

Yong Bum Park, Daniel J. Cosgrove, 2012, Plant Physiology on p. 465-475

Sensitivity-enhanced solid-state NMR detection of expansin's target in plant cell walls

Tuo Wang, Yong Bum Park, Marc A. Caporini, Melanie Rosay, Linghao Zhong, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Mei Hong, 2013, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 16444-16449

Cellulose-pectin spatial contacts are Inherent to never-dried Arabidopsis primary cell walls

Tuo Wang, Yong Bum Park, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Mei Hong, 2015, Plant Physiology on p. 871-884

Spatial organization of cellulose microfibrils and matrix polysaccharides in primary plant cell walls as imaged by multichannel atomic force microscopy

Tian Zhang, Yunzhen Zheng, Daniel J. Cosgrove, 2016, Plant Journal on p. 179-192

Structural basis for entropy-driven cellulose binding by a type-A cellulose-binding module (CBM) and bacterial expansin

Nikolaos Georgelis, Neela H. Yennawar, Daniel J. Cosgrove, 2012, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 14830-14835

Lignin-polysaccharide interactions in plant secondary cell walls revealed by solid-state NMR

Xue Kang, Alex Kirui, Malitha C. Dickwella Widanage, Frederic Mentink-Vigier, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Tuo Wang, 2019, Nature Communications

Structure-function analysis of the bacterial expansin EXLX1

Nikolaos Georgelis, Akira Tabuchi, Nikolas Nikolaidis, Daniel Cosgrove, 2011, Journal of Biological Chemistry on p. 16814-16823

Xyloglucan deficiency disrupts microtubule stability and cellulose biosynthesis in arabidopsis, altering cell growth and morphogenesis<sup>1[OPEN]</sup>

Chaowen Xiao, Tian Zhang, Yunzhen Zheng, Daniel J. Cosgrove, Charles T. Anderson, 2016, Plant Physiology on p. 234-249

Visualization of the nanoscale pattern of recently-deposited cellulose microfibrils and matrix materials in never-dried primary walls of the onion epidermis

Tian Zhang, Sahar Mahgsoudy-Louyeh, Bernhard R. Tittmann, Daniel J. Cosgrove, 2014, Cellulose on p. 853-862