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Fungi have the capability to produce a tremendous number of so-called secondary metabolites, which possess a multitude of functions, e.g., communication signals during coexistence with other microorganisms, ...

Authors: J. Macheleidt, D. J. Mattern, Juliane Fischer, Tina Netzker, J. Weber, Volker Schroeckh, V. Valiante, Axel A. Brakhage

Date Published: 13th Oct 2016

Journal: Annu Rev Genet

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Pyoverdine is a substance which is excreted by fluorescent pseudomonads in order to scavenge iron from their environment. Due to specific receptors of the bacterial cell wall, the iron loaded pyoverdine ...

Authors: S. Pahlow, S. Stockel, S. Pollok, D. Cialla-May, Petra Rösch, K. Weber, Jürgen Popp

Date Published: 8th Jan 2016

Journal: Anal Chem

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Raman spectroscopy is a label-free method that measures quickly and contactlessly, providing detailed information from the sample, and has proved to be an ideal tool for medical and life science research. ...

Authors: U. Neugebauer, Petra Rösch, Jürgen Popp

Date Published: 6th Nov 2015

Journal: Int J Antimicrob Agents

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Raman microspectroscopy has increased in popularity in the field of microbiology because it allows a spectral fingerprinting of bacterial pathogens at an unrivaled speed, which is important for the ...

Authors: S. Stockel, A. S. Stanca, J. Helbig, Petra Rösch, Jürgen Popp

Date Published: 21st Sep 2015

Journal: Anal Bioanal Chem

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Green Ulvophyte macroalgae represent attractive model systems for understanding growth, development, and evolution. They are untapped resources for food, fuel, and high-value compounds, but can also ...

Authors: E. F. Vesty, R. W. Kessler, Thomas Wichard, J. C. Coates

Date Published: 26th Jan 2015

Journal: Front Plant Sci

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