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Hesse, H.; Hoefgen, R.: On the way to understand biological complexity in plants: S-nutrition as a case study for systems biology. Cellular & Molecular Biology Letters 11 (1), pp. 37 - 55 (2006)
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Nikiforova, V. J.; Bielecka, M.; Gakiere, B.; Krueger, S.; Rinder, J.; Kempa, S.; Morcuende, R.; Scheible, W.-R.; Hesse, H.; Hoefgen, R.: Effect of sulfur availability on the integrity of amino acid biosynthesis in plants. Amino Acids 30 (2), pp. 173 - 183 (2006)
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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 (9), pp. 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 (1), pp. 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 (417), pp. 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 (1), pp. 304 - 318 (2005)
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Riemenschneider, A.; Nikiforova, V.; Hoefgen, R.; De Kok, L. J.; Papenbrock, J.: Impact of elevated H2S on metabolite levels, activity of enzymes and expression of genes involved in cysteine metabolism. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 43 (5), pp. 473 - 483 (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 (3), pp. 892 - 900 (2005)
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Hesse, H.; Hoefgen, R.: Molecular aspects of methionine biosynthesis. Trends in Plant Science 8 (6), pp. 259 - 262 (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 (4), pp. 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 (4), pp. 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 (4), pp. 607 - 614 (2002)
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Galili, G.; Hoefgen, R.: Metabolic engineering of amino acids and storage proteins in plants. Metabolic Engineering 4 (1), pp. 3 - 11 (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 (3), pp. 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 (3), pp. 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 (3), pp. 281 - 289 (2001)
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Hoefgen, R.; Kreft, O.; Willmitzer, L.; Hesse, H.: Manipulation of thiol contents in plants. Amino Acids 20 (3), pp. 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 (2), pp. 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 (3), pp. 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 (1), pp. 43 - 50 (2000)
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