Publications of H. Hesse

Journal Article (52)

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Galili, G., Amir, R., Hoefgen, R. & Hesse, H. Improving the levels of essential amino acids and sulfur metabolites in plants. Journal of Biological Chemistry 386, 817–831 (2005).
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Hopkins, L., Parmar, S., Baszczyk, A., Hesse, H., Hoefgen, R. & Hawkesford, M. J. O-acetylserine and the regulation of expression of genes encoding components for sulfate uptake and assimilation in potato. Plant Physiology 138, 433–440 (2005).
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Nikiforova, V. J., Daub, C. O., Hesse, H., Willmitzer, L. & Hoefgen, R. Integrative gene-metabolite network with implemented causality deciphers informational fluxes of sulphur stress response. Journal of Experimental Botany 56, 1887–1896 (2005).
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Nikiforova, V. J., Kopka, J., Tolstikov, V., Fiehn, O., Hopkins, L., Hawkesford, M. J., Hesse, H. & Hoefgen, R. Systems rebalancing of metabolism in response to sulfur deprivation, as revealed by metabolome analysis of arabidopsis plants. Plant Physiology 138, 304–318 (2005).
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Riemenschneider, A., Riedel, K., Hoefgen, R., Papenbrock, J. & Hesse, H. Impact of reduced O-acetylserine(thiol)lyase isoform contents on potato plant metabolism. Plant Physiology 137, 892–900 (2005).
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Hesse, H. & Hoefgen, R. Molecular aspects of methionine biosynthesis. Trends in Plant Science 8, 259–262 (2003).
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Hesse, H., Trachsel, N., Suter, M., Kopriva, S., von Ballmoos, P., Rennenberg, H. & Brunold, C. Effect of glucose on assimilatory sulphate reduction in Arabidopsis thaliana roots. Journal of Experimental Botany 54, 1701–1709 (2003).
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Kreft, O., Hoefgen, R. & Hesse, H. Functional analysis of cystathionine gamma-synthase in genetically engineered potato plants. Plant Physiology 131, 1843–1854 (2003).
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Nikiforova, V., Freitag, J., Kempa, S., Adamik, M., Hesse, H. & Hoefgen, R. Transcriptome analysis of sulfur depletion in Arabidopsis thaliana: interlacing of biosynthetic pathways provides response specificity. Plant Journal 33, 633–650 (2003).
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Frankard, V., Ispas, G., Hesse, H., Jacobs, M. & Hoefgen, R. A defect in cystathionine beta-lyase activity causes the severe phenotype of a Nicotiana plumbaginifolia methionine auxotroph. Plant Science 162, 607–614 (2002).
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Kopriva, S., Suter, M., von Ballmoos, P., Hesse, H., Krahenbuhl, U., Rennenberg, H. & Brunold, C. Interaction of sulfate assimilation with carbon and nitrogen metabolism in Lemna minor. Plant Physiology 130, 1406–1413 (2002).
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Nikiforova, V., Kempa, S., Zeh, M., Maimann, S., Kreft, O., Casazza, A. P., Riedel, K., Tauberger, E., Hoefgen, R. & Hesse, H. Engineering of cysteine and methionine biosynthesis in potato. Amino Acids 22, 259–278 (2002).
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Zeh, M., Leggewie, G., Hoefgen, R. & Hesse, H. Cloning and characterization of a cDNA encoding a cobalamin-independent methionine synthase from potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). Plant Molecular Biology 48, 255–265 (2002).
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Hesse, H., Kreft, O., Maimann, S., Zeh, M., Willmitzer, L. & Hoefgen, R. Approaches towards understanding methionine biosynthesis in higher plants. Amino Acids 20, 281–289 (2001).
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Hoefgen, R., Kreft, O., Willmitzer, L. & Hesse, H. Manipulation of thiol contents in plants. Amino Acids 20, 291–299 (2001).
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Maimann, S., Hoefgen, R. & Hesse, H. Enhanced cystathionine beta-lyase activity in transgenic potato plants does not force metabolite flow towards methionine. Planta 214, 163–170 (2001).
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Zeh, M., Casazza, A. P., Kreft, O., Roessner, U., Bieberich, K., Willmitzer, L., Hoefgen, R. & Hesse, H. Antisense inhibition of threonine synthase leads to high methionine content in transgenic potato plants. Plant Physiology 127, 792–802 (2001).
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Casazza, A. P., Basner, A., Hoefgen, R. & Hesse, H. Expression of threonine synthase from Solanum tuberosum L. is not metabolically regulated by photosynthesis-related signals or by nitrogenous compounds. Plant Science 157, 43–50 (2000).
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Harms, K., von Ballmoos, P., Brunold, C., Hoefgen, R. & Hesse, H. Expression of a bacterial serine acetyltransferase in transgenic potato plants leads to increased levels of cysteine and glutathione. Plant Journal 22, 335–343 (2000).
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Maimann, S., Wagner, C., Kreft, O., Zeh, M., Willmitzer, L., Hoefgen, R. & Hesse, H. Transgenic potato plants reveal the indispensable role of cystathionine beta-lyase in plant growth and development. Plant Journal 23, 747–758 (2000).
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