Sona Pandey, PhD

Assistant Member
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Honorary Adjunct Professor

Plant and Microbial Biosciences Program

  • 314-587-1471

  • Danforth Plant Science Center



  • heterotrimeric G-proteins, abscisic acid, G-proteins, molecular genetics, biochemistry, genomics, proteomics, protein-protein interactions

  • To understand how plants perceive and respond to abiotic stress

Research Abstract:

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Selected Publications:

Roy Choudhury S, Bisht NC, Thompson R, Todorov O, Pandey S. Conventional and novel G-protein families constitute the heterotrimeric G-protein signaling network in soybean. PLoS One. 2011 10.1371/journal.pone.0023361.

Alvarez S, Hicks L, Pandey S. ABA-dependent and -independent G-protein signaling in Arabidopsis roots revealed through an iTRAQ proteomics approach. Journal of Proteome Research 2011 10: 3107-3122.

Wang R, Pandey S, Li S, Gookin TE, Zhao Z, Albert R, Assmann SM. Common and unique elements of the ABA-regulated transcriptome of Arabidopsis guard cells. BMC Genomics 2011 12:216.

Bisht NC, Jez JM Pandey S. An elaborate heterotrimeric G-protein family from soybean expands the diversity of plant G-protein networks. New Phytologist 2011 190: 35-48.

Pandey S,* Wang RS,* Wilson L, Li S, Zhao Z, Gookin TE, Assmann SM, Albert R. Boolean modeling of transcriptome data reveals novel modes of heterotrimeric G-protein action. Molecular Systems Biology 2010 6:372. (* Equal first authors).

Last Updated: 1/18/2012 8:07:15 AM

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