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Journal Article (2170)

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    Annunziata, M. G.; Ciarmiello, L.; Woodrow, P.; Maximova, E.; Fuggi, A.; Carillo, P.: Durum wheat roots adapt to salinity remodelling the cellular content of nitrogen metabolites and sucrose. Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 2035 (2017)
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    Armbruster, U.; Correa Galvis, V.; Kunz, H.-H.; Strand, D.: The regulation of the chloroplast proton motive force plays a key role for photosynthesis in fluctuating light. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 37, pp. 56 - 62 (2017)
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    Arrivault, S.; Obata, T.; Szecówka, M.; Mengin, V.; Guenther, M.; Höhne, M.; Fernie, A. R.; Stitt, M.: Metabolite pools and carbon flow during C4 photosynthesis in maize: 13CO2 labeling kinetics and cell type fractionation. Journal of Experimental Botany 68, pp. 283 - 298 (2017)
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    Bareither, N.; Scheffel, A.; Metz, J.: Distribution of polyploid plants in the common annual Brachypodium distachyon (s.l.) in Israel is not linearly correlated with aridity. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences (2017)
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    Becker, S.; Scheffel, A.; Polz, M. F.; Hehemann, J.-H.: Accurate quantification of laminarin in marine organic matter with enzymes from marine microbes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2017)
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    Bolt, S.; Zuther, E.; Zintl, S.; Hincha, D. K.; Schmülling, T.: ERF105 is a transcription factor gene of Arabidopsis thaliana required for freezing tolerance and cold acclimation. Plant, Cell and Environment 40 (1), pp. 108 - 120 (2017)
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    Borghi, M.; Fernie, A. R.; Schiestl, F. P.; Bouwmeester, H. J.: The Sexual Advantage of Looking, Smelling, and Tasting Good: The Metabolic Network that Produces Signals for Pollinators. Trends in Plant Science (2017)
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    Bozek, K.; Khrameeva, E. E.; Reznick, J.; Omerbašić, D.; Bennett, N. C.; Lewin, G. R.; Azpurua, J.; Gorbunova, V.; Seluanov, A.; Regnard, P. et al.; Wanert, F.; Marchal, J.; Pifferi, F.; Aujard, F.; Liu, Z.; Shi, P.; Pääbo, S.; Schröder, F.; Willmitzer, L.; Giavalisco, P.; Khaitovich, P.: Lipidome determinants of maximal lifespan in mammals. Scientific Reports (2017)
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    Bremer, A.; Wolff, M.; Thalhammer, A.; Hincha, D. K.: Folding of intrinsically disordered plant LEA proteins is driven by glycerol-induced crowding and the presence of membranes. The FEBS Journal 284 (6), pp. 919 - 936 (2017)
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    Eisenhut, M.; Bräutigam, A.; Timm, S.; Florian, A.; Tohge, T.; Fernie, A. R.; Bauwe, H.; Weber, A. P.M.: Photorespiration is crucial to the dynamic response of photosynthetic metabolism and stomatal movement to altered \CO2\ availability. Molecular Plant 10 (1), pp. 47 - 61 (2017)
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    Erb, T. J.; Jones, P. R.; Bar-Even, A.: Synthetic metabolism: metabolic engineering meets enzyme design. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology 37, pp. 56 - 62 (2017)
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    Flores-Tornero, M.; Anoman, A. D.; Rosa-Tellez, S.; Toujani, W.; Weber, A. P. M.; Eisenhut, M.; Kurz, S.; Alseekh, S.; Fernie, A. R.; Munoz-Bertomeu, J. et al.; Ros, R.: Overexpression of the triose phosphate translocator (TPT) complements the abnormal metabolism and development of plastidial glycolytic glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase mutants. The Plant Journal 89 (6), pp. 1146 - 1158 (2017)
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    Geigenberger, P.; Thormählen, I.; Daloso, D. M.; Fernie, A. R.: The Unprecedented Versatility of the Plant‎ Thioredoxin System. Trends in Plant Science 22 (3), pp. 249 - 262 (2017)
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    Glaubitz, U.; Li, X.; Schaedel, S.; Erban, A.; Sulpice, R.; Kopka, J.; Hincha, D. K.; Zuther, E.: Integrated analysis of rice transcriptomic and metabolomic responses to elevated night temperatures identifies sensitivity- and tolerance-related profiles. Plant, Cell and Environment 40 (1), pp. 121 - 137 (2017)
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    Graf, A.; Coman, D.; Uhrig, R.G.; Walsh, S.; Flis, A.; Stitt, M.; Gruissem, W.: Parallel analysis of arabidopsis circadian clock mutants reveals different scales of transcriptome and proteome regulation. Open Biology 7 (3), 160333 (2017)
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    Guan, D.; Yan, B.; Thieme, C. J.; Hua, J.; Zhu, H.; Boheler, K. R.; Zhao, Z.; Kragler, F.; Xia, Y.; Zhang, S.: PlaMoM: a comprehensive database compiles plant mobile macromolecules. Nucleic Acids Research (2017)
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    Hochrein, L.; Machens, F.; Gremmels, J.; Schulz, K.; Messerschmidt, K.; Mueller-Roeber, B.: AssemblX: a user-friendly toolkit for rapid and reliable multi-gene assemblies. Nucleic Acids Research (2017)
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    Jin, M.; Zhang, X.; Zhao, M.; Deng, M.; Du, Y.; Zhou, Y.; Wang, S.; Tohge, T.; Fernie, A. R.; Willmitzer, L. et al.; Brotman, Y.; Yan, J.; Weiwei, W.: Integrated genomics-based mapping reveals the genetics underlying maize flavonoid biosynthesis. BMC Plant Biology 17 (1), 17 (2017)
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    Kopka, J.; Schmidt, S.; Dethloff, F.; Pade, N.; Berendt, S.; Schottkowski, M.; Martin, N.; Dühring, U.; Kuchmina, E.; Enke, H. et al.; Kramer, D.; Wilde, A.; Hagemann, M.; Friedrich, A.: Systems analysis of ethanol production in the genetically engineered cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. PCC 7002. Biotechnology for Biofuels 10 (1), 56 (2017)
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    Korkuc, P.; Walther, D.: Towards understanding the crosstalk between protein post-translational modifications: Homo- and heterotypic PTM pair distances on protein surfaces are not random. Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 85 (1), pp. 78 - 92 (2017)
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    Lah, L.; Löber, U.; Hsiang, T.; Hartmann, S.: A genomic comparison of putative pathogenicity-related gene families in five members of the Ophiostomatales with different lifestyles. Fungal Biology 121 (3), pp. 234 - 252 (2017)
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    Li, Q.; Bozek, K.; Xu, C.; Guo, Y.; Sun, J.; Pääbo, S.; Sherwood, C. C.; Hof, P. R.; Ely, J. J.; Li, Y. et al.; Willmitzer, L.; Giavalisco, P.; Khaitovich, P.: Changes in lipidome composition during brain development in humans, chimpanzees, and macaque monkeys. Molecular Biology and Evolution (accepted)
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    Liu, M.-Y.; Burgos, A.; Zhang, Q.; Tang, D.; Shi, Y.; Ma, L.; Yi, X.; Ruan, J.: Analyses of transcriptome profiles and selected metabolites unravel the metabolic response to NH4+ and NO3− as signaling molecules in tea plant (Camellia sinensis L.). Scientia Horticulturae 218, pp. 293 - 303 (2017)
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    Lo Presti, L.; Zechmann, B.; Kumlehn, J.; Liang, L.; Lanver, D.; Tanaka, S.; Bock, R.; Kahmann, R.: An assay for entry of secreted fungal effectors into plant cells. New Phytologist 213 (2), pp. 956 - 964 (2017)
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    Malinova, I.; Alseekh, S.; Feil, R.; Fernie, A. R.; Baumann, O.; Schöttler, M. A.; Lunn, J. E.; Fettke, J.: Starch synthase 4 and plastidal phosphorylase differentially affect starch granule number and morphology. Plant Physiology (2017)
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    Matthijs, M.; Fabris, M.; Obata, T.; Foubert, I.; Franco‐Zorrilla, J. M.; Solano, R.; Fernie, A. R.; Vyverman, W.; Goossens, A.: The transcription factor bZIP14 regulates the TCA cycle in the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum. EMBO Journal 36 (8), pp. 959 - 1116 (2017)
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    Modde, K.; Timm, S.; Florian, A.; Michl, K.; Fernie, A. R.; Bauwe, a. H.: High serine:glyoxylate aminotransferase activity lowers leaf daytime serine levels, inducing the phosphoserine pathway in Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Botany 68 (3), pp. 643 - 656 (2017)
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    Poplawski, P.; Tohge, T.; Boguslawska, J.; Rybicka, B.; Tanski, Z.; Trevino, V.; Fernie, A. R.; Piekielko-Witkowska, A.: Integrated transcriptomic and metabolomic analysis shows that disturbances in metabolism of tumor cells contribute to poor survival of RCC patients. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular Basis of Disease 1863 (3), pp. 744 - 752 (2017)
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    Rahmoune, B.; Morsli, A.; Khelifi-Slaoui, M.; Khelifi, L.; Strueh, A.; Erban, A.; Kopka, J.; Prell, J.; van Dongen, J. T.: Isolation and characterization of three new PGPR and their effects on the growth of Arabidopsis and Datura plants. Journal of Plant Interaction 12 (1), pp. 1 - 6 (2017)
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    Romero-Munar, A.; Del-Saz, N. F.; Ribas-Carbó, M.; Flexas, J.; Baraza, E.; Florez-Sarasa, I. D.; Fernie, A. R.; Gulías, J.: Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis with Arundo donax decreases root respiration and increases both photosynthesis and plant biomass accumulation. Plant Cell Environment (2017)
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    Ruprecht, C.; Proost, S.; Hernandez-Coronado, M.; Ortiz-Ramirez, C.; Lang, D.; Rensing, S. A.; Becker, J. D.; Vandepoele, K.; Mutwil, M.: Phylogenomic analysis of gene co-expression networks reveals the evolution of functional modules. The Plant Journal (accepted)
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    Ruprecht, C.; Vaid, N.; Proost, S.; Persson, S.; Mutwil, M.: Beyond Genomics: Studying Evolution with Gene Coexpression Networks. Trends in Plant Science 22 (4), pp. 298 - 307 (2017)
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    Santelia, D.; Lunn, J. E.: Transitory starch metabolism in guard cells: unique features for a unique function. Plant Physiology (2017)
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    Schöttler, M. A.; Thiele, W.; Belkius, K.; Bergner, S.V.; Flügel, C.; Wittenberg, G.; Agrawal, S.; Stegemann, S.; Ruf, S.; Bock, R.: The plastid-encoded PsaI subunit stabilizes photosystem I during leaf senescence in tobacco. Journal of Experimental Botany 68 (5), pp. 1137 - 1155 (2017)
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    Shahnejat-Bushehri, S.; Allu, A. D.; Mehterov, N.; Thirumalaikumar, V. P.; Alseekh, S.; Fernie, A. R.; Mueller-Roeber, B.; Balazadeh, S.: Arabidopsis NAC Transcription Factor JUNGBRUNNEN1 Exerts Conserved Control Over Gibberellin and Brassinosteroid Metabolism and Signaling Genes in Tomato. Frontiers in Plant Science (2017)
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    Shubchynskyy, V.; Boniecka, J.; Schweighofer, A.; Simulis, J.; Kvederaviciute, K.; Stumpe, M.; Mauch, F.; Balazadeh, S.; Mueller-Roeber, B.; Boutrot, F. et al.; Zipfel, C.; Meskiene, I.: Protein phosphatase AP2C1 negatively regulates basal resistance and defense responses to Pseudomonas syringae. Journal of Experimental Botany (2017)
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    Shumbe, L.; D'Alessandro, S.; Shao, N.; Chevalier, A.; Ksas, B.; Bock, R.; Havaux, M.: METHYLENE BLUE SENSITIVITY 1 (MBS1) is required for acclimation of Arabidopsis to singlet oxygen and acts downstream of β-cyclocitral. Plant Cell Environment 40 (2), pp. 216 - 226 (2017)
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    Sklodowski, K.; Riedelsberger, J.; Raddatz, N.; Riadi, G.; Caballero, J.; Chérel, I.; Schulze, W. X.; Graf, A.; Dreyer, I.: The receptor-like pseudokinase MRH1 interacts with the voltage-gated potassium channel AKT2. Scientific Reports 7, 44611 (2017)
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    Stein, O.; Avin-Wittenberg, T.; Krahnert, I.; Zemach, H.; Bogol, V.; Daron, O.; Aloni, R.; Fernie, A. R.; Granot, D.: Arabidopsis fructokinases are important for seed oil accumulation and vascular development. Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 2047 (2017)
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    Stein, O.; Avin-Wittenberg, T.; Krahnert, I.; Zemach, H.; Bogol, V.; Daron, O.; Aloni, R.; Fernie, A. R.; Granot, D.: Corrigendum: Arabidopsis Fructokinases Are Important for Seed Oil Accumulation and Vascular Development. Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 303 (2017)
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    Strand, D.; Livingston, A.; Satoh-Cruz, M.; Koepke, T.; Enlow, H.; Fisher, N.; Froehlich, J.; Cruz, J.; Minhas, D.; Hixson, K. et al.; Kohzuma, K.; Lipton, M.; Dhingra, A.; Kramer, D.: Defects in the Expression of Chloroplast Proteins Leads to H2O2 Accumulation and Activation of Cyclic Electron Flow around Photosystem I. Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 2073 (2017)
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    Svetaz, L. A.; Bustamante, C. A.; Goldy, C.; Rivero, N.; Müller, G. L.; Valentini, G. H.; Fernie, A. R.; Drincovich, M. F.; Lara, M. V.: Unraveling early events in the Taphrina deformans – Prunus persica interaction: an insight into the differential responses in resistant and susceptible genotypes. Plant, Cell and Environment (accepted)
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    Swiadek, M.; Proost, S.; Sieh, D.; Yu, J.; Todesco, M.; Jorzig, C.; Cubillos, A.; Plötner, B.; Nikoloski, Z.; Chae, E. et al.; Giavalisco, P.; Fischer, A.; Schröder, F.; Kim, S.-T.; Weigel, D.; Laitinen, R.: Novel allelic variants in ACD6 cause hybrid necrosis in local collection of Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytologist 213 (2), pp. 900 - 915 (2017)
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    Tabatabaei, I.; Ruf, S.; Bock, R.: A bifunctional aminoglycoside acetyltransferase/phosphotransferase conferring tobramycin resistance provides an efficient selectable marker for plastid transformation. Plant Molecular Biology 93 (3), 10.1007/s11103-016-0560-x, pp. 269 - 281 (2017)
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    Thormählen, I.; Zupok, A.; Rescher, J.; Leger, J.; Weissenberger, S.; Groysman, J.; Orwat, A.; Chatel-Innocenti, G.; Issakidis-Bourguet, E.; Armbruster, U. et al.; Geigenberger, P.: Thioredoxins Play a Crucial Role in Dynamic Acclimation of Photosynthesis in Fluctuating Light. Molecular Plant (2017)
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    Todaka, D.; Zhao, Y.; Yoshida, T.; Kudo, M.; Kidokoro, S.; Mizoi, J.; Kodaira, K.-S.; Takebayashi, Y.; Kojima, M.; Sakakibara, H. et al.; Toyooka, K.; Sato, M.; Fernie, A. R.; Shinozaki, K.; Yamaguchi-Shinozaki, K.: Temporal and spatial changes in gene expression, metabolite accumulation and phytohormone content in rice seedlings grown under drought stress conditions. The Plant Journal 90 (1), pp. 61 - 78 (2017)
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    Tohge, T.; Fernie, A. R.: Leveraging Natural Variance towards Enhanced Understanding of Phytochemical Sunscreens. Trends in Plant Science 22 (4), pp. 308 - 315 (2017)
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    Veyel, D.; Kierszniowska, S.; Kosmacz, M.; Sokolowska, E.; Michaelis, A.; Luzarowski, M.; Szlachetko, J.; Willmitzer, L.; Skirycz, A.: System-wide detection of protein-small molecule complexes suggests extensive metabolite regulation in plants. Scientific Reports (2017)
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    Vidal-Meireles, A.; Neupert, J.; Zsigmond, L.; Rosado-Souza, L.; Kovács, L.; Nagy, V.; Galambos, A.; Fernie, A. R.; Bock, R.; Tóth, S. Z.: Regulation of ascorbate biosynthesis in green algae has evolved to enable rapid stress-induced response via the VTC2 gene encoding GDP-l-galactose phosphorylase. New Phytologist (2017)
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    Wittenberg, G.; Järvi, S.; Hojka, M.; Toth, S. Z.; Meyer, E. H.; Aro, E.-M.; Schöttler, M. A.; Bock, R.: Identification and characterization of a stable intermediate in photosystem I assembly in tobacco. The Plant Journal (accepted)
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