Publications of N. Tiller

Journal Article (8)

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Caroca, R., Howell, K. A., Malinova, I., Burgos, A., Tiller, N., Pellizzer, T., Annunziata, M. G., Hasse, C., Ruf, S., Karcher, D. & Bock, R. Knock-down of the plastid-encoded acetyl-CoA carboxylase gene uncovers functions in metabolism and development. Plant Physiology 185, 1091–1110 (2021).
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Hölscher, M., Tiller, N., Teh, A. Y.-H., Wu, G., Ma, J. K.-C. & Bock, R. High-level expression of the HIV entry inhibitor griffithsin from the plastid genome and retention of biological activity in dried tobacco leaves. Plant Molecular Biology 97, 357–370 (2018).
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Moreno, J. C., Tiller, N., Diez, M., Karcher, D., Tillich, M., Schöttler, M. A. & Bock, R. Generation and characterization of a collection of knock-down lines for the chloroplast Clp protease complex in tobacco. Journal of Experimental Botany 68, 2199–2218 (2017).
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Tiller, N. & Bock, R. The Translational Apparatus of Plastids and Its Role in Plant Development. Molecular Plant 7, 1105–1120 (2014).
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Krech, K., Ruf, S., Masduki, F. F., Thiele, W., Bednarczyk, D., Albus, C. A., Tiller, N., Hasse, C., Schöttler, M. A. & Bock, R. The plastid genome-encoded Ycf4 protein functions as a non-essential assembly factor for photosystem I in higher plants. Plant Physiology 159, 579–591 (2012).
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Tiller, N., Weingartner, M., Thiele, W., Maximova, E., Schöttler, M. A. & Bock, R. The plastid-specific ribosomal proteins of Arabidopsis thaliana can be divided into non-essential proteins and genuine ribosomal proteins. The Plant Journal 69, 302–316 (2012).
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Walter, M., Piepenburg, K., Schöttler, M. A., Petersen, K., Kahlau, S., Tiller, N., Drechsel, O., Weingartner, M., Kudla, J. & Bock, R. Knockout of the plastid RNase E leads to defective RNA processing and chloroplast ribosome deficiency. The Plant Journal 64, 851–863 (2010).
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Frenzel, A., Tiller, N., Hause, B. & Krajinski, F. The conserved arbuscular mycorrhiza-specific transcription of the secretory lectin MtLec5 is mediated by a short upstream sequence containing specific protein binding sites. Planta 224, 792–800 (2006).
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