Publications

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In both freshwater and marine ecosystems, phytoplankton are the most dominant primary producers, contributing substantially to aquatic food webs. Algicidal bacteria that can associate to microalgae ...

Authors: Nils Meyer, Arite Bigalke, A. Kaulfuss, Georg Pohnert

Date Published: 30th Sep 2017

Journal: FEMS Microbiol Rev

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The severity and course of inflammatory processes differ between women and men, but the biochemical mechanisms underlying these sex differences are elusive. Prostaglandins (PG) and leukotrienes (LT) ...

Authors: Simona Pace, A. Rossi, V. Krauth, F. Dehm, F. Troisi, R. Bilancia, C. Weinigel, S. Rummler, Oliver Werz, L. Sautebin

Date Published: 21st Jun 2017

Journal: Sci Rep

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Pharmacological interference with vacuolar-type H(+)-ATPase (V-ATPase), a proton-translocating enzyme involved in protein transport and pH regulation of cell organelles, is considered a potential ...

Authors: L. Thomas, Z. Rao, J. Gerstmeier, M. Raasch, C. Weinigel, S. Rummler, D. Menche, R. Muller, C. Pergola, A. Mosig, Oliver Werz

Date Published: 13th Feb 2017

Journal: Biochem Pharmacol

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Marine and lake snow is a continuous shower of mixed organic and inorganic aggregates falling from the upper water where primary production is substantial. These pelagic aggregates provide a niche for ...

Authors: J. F. Mori, Nico Ueberschaar, S. Lu, Rebecca Cooper, Georg Pohnert, Kirsten Küsel

Date Published: 1st Feb 2017

Journal: ISME J

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Insects develop efficient antimicrobial strategies to flourish in a bacterial world. It has long been proposed that native gut microbiota is an important component of host defense; however, the responsible ...

Authors: Y. Shao, B. Chen, C. Sun, K. Ishida, Christian Hertweck, Wilhelm Boland

Date Published: 21st Jan 2017

Journal: Cell Chem Biol

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Herbivore species sharing a host plant often compete. In this study, we show that host plant-mediated interaction between two insect herbivores - a generalist and a specialist - results in a sex ratio ...

Authors: N. Adam, T. Erler, M. Kallenbach, M. Kaltenpoth, G. Kunert, Ian T. Baldwin, Meredith Schuman

Date Published: 20th Nov 2016

Journal: J Integr Plant Biol

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Almost all life forms depend on iron as an essential micronutrient that is needed for electron transport and metabolic processes. Siderophores are low-molecular-weight iron chelators that safeguard the ...

Authors: Colette Kurth, H. Kage, Markus Nett

Date Published: 6th Aug 2016

Journal: Org Biomol Chem

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Diatoms are species-rich microalgae that often have a unique life cycle with vegetative cell size reduction followed by size restoration through sexual reproduction of two mating types (MT(+) and MT(-)). ...

Authors: K. G. Bondoc, C. Lembke, W. Vyverman, Georg Pohnert

Date Published: 5th Jun 2016

Journal: Microb Ecol

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Investigating microbial interactions from an ecological perspective is a particularly fruitful approach to unveil both new chemistry and bioactivity. Microbial predator-prey interactions in particular ...

Authors: J. Arp, S. Gotze, R. Mukherji, D. J. Mattern, M. Garcia-Altares, M. Klapper, D. A. Brock, Axel A. Brakhage, J. E. Strassmann, D. C. Queller, B. Bardl, K. Willing, G. Peschel, P. Stallforth

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Journal: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A

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Marine and lake snow is a continuous shower of mixed organic and inorganic aggregates falling from the upper water where primary production is substantial. These pelagic aggregates provide a niche for ...

Authors: J. F. Mori, N. Ueberschaar, S. Lu, R. E. Cooper, G. Pohnert, K. Kusel

Date Published: No date defined

Journal: ISME J

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