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    Chair of Pharmaceutical Biology

    Publikationen PD Dr. Berger

    A.Oenel, A. Fekete, M. Krischke, S.C. Faul, G. Gresser, M. Havaux, M.J. Mueller, S. Berger (2017) Enzymatic and non-enzymatic mechanisms contribute to lipid oxidation during seed aging.
    Plant Cell Physiol. In Press

    J. Awad, HU. Stotz, A. Fekete, M. Krischke, C. Engert, M. Havaux, S. Berger, MJ. Mueller (2015) 2-Cys peroxiredoxins and thylakoid ascorbate peroxidase create a water-water cycle that is essential to protect the photosynthetic apparatus under high light stress conditions.
    Plant Physiology 167, 1592-1603

    HU. Stotz, S. Findling, E. Nukarinen, W. Weckwerth, MJ. Mueller & S. Berger (2014) A tandem affinity purification tag of TGA2 for isolation of interacting proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    Plant signaling & behavior 9 (10): e972794

    S. Findling, A. Fekete , H. Warzecha, M. Krischke , H. Brandt , E. Blume , MJ. Mueller, S. Berger (2014) Manipulation of methyl jasmonate esterase activity renders tomato more susceptible to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.
    Func. Plant Biology 41(2), 133-143

    W. Grebner, NE. Stingl, A. Oenel, MJ. Mueller, S. Berger (2013) Lipoxygenase6-dependent oxylipin synthesis in roots is required for abiotic and biotic stress resistance of Arabidopsis.
    Plant Physiology 161(4), 2159-70

    HU. Stotz, S. Mueller, M. Zoeller, MJ. Mueller, S. Berger (2013) TGA transcription factors and jasmonate-independent COI1 signalling regulate specific plant responses to reactive oxylipins.
    J Exp Bot. 64(4), 963-75

    MA. Seltmann, S. Berger (2013) Phenotyping Jasmonate Regulation of Senescence.
    Methods in Molecular Biology 101, 3-11

    M. Zoeller, NE. Stingl, M. Krischke, A. Fekete, F. Waller, S. Berger, MJ. Mueller (2012) Lipid profiling of the Arabidopsis hypersensitive response reveals specific lipid peroxidation and fragmentation processes: biogenesis of pimelic and azelaic acid.
    Plant Physiology 160, 365-378

    M. Seltmann, W. Hussels, S. Berger (2010) Jasmonates during senescence: signals or products of metabolism?
    Plant signaling & behavior 5, 1493-1496

    K. Bonfig; A. Gabler; U. Simon; N. Luschin-Ebengreuth; M. Hatz; S. Berger; N. Muhammad; J. Zeier; A. Sinha; T. Roitsch (2010) Post-translational derepression of invertase activity in source leaves via down-regulation of invertase inhibitor expression is part of the plant defense response.
    Molecular Plant 3, 1037-1048

    D. Ellinger, N. Stingl, I. Kubigsteltig, T. Bals, M. Juenger, S. Pollmann, S. Berger, D. Schuenemann, M.J. Mueller (2010) DONGLE and DEFECTIVE IN ANTHER DEHISCENCE1 lipases are not essential for wound- and pathogen-induced jasmonate biosynthesis: redundant lipases contribute to jasmonate formation.
    Plant Physiology 153, 114-127

    M. Seltmann, N. Stingl, J. Lautenschläger, M. Krischke, M.J. Mueller, S. Berger (2010) Differential impact of lipoxygenase 2 and jasmonates on natural and stress-induced senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    Plant Physiology 152, 1940-1950

    M.J. Mueller, S. Berger (2009) Reactive electrophilic oxylipins: pattern recognition and signaling.
    Phytochemistry 70, 1511-1521

    T. Durand, V. Buitel-Ponce´, A. Guy, S. Berger, M.J. Mueller, J-M. Durand (2009) New bioactive oxylipins formed by non-enzymatic free-radical-catalyzed pathways: the phytoprostanes.
    Lipids 44, 875-888

    S. Müller, B. Hilbert, K. Dückershoff, T. Roitsch, M. Krischke, M.J. Müller, S. Berger (2008) General detoxification and stress responses are mediated by oxidized lipids through TGA transcription factors. The Plant Cell 20, 768-785

    K. Bonfig, S. Berger, T. Fatima, M. Gonzalez, T. Roitsch (2007) Metabolic control of seedling development by invertases.
    Funct. Plant Biology 34, 508-516

    S. Berger, Z. Benediktyova, K. Matous, L. Nedbal, K. Bonfig, T. Roitsch (2007) Visualization of plant-pathogen interaction prior to symptom development by novel chlorophyll fluorescence imaging parameters: differential effects of virulent and avirulent strains of P. syringae and oxylipins on A. thaliana.
    J. Experimental Botany 58, 797-806

    C. Grun, S. Berger, D. Matthes, M.J. Müller (2007) Early accumulation of non-enzymatically synthesized oxylipins in Arabidopsis thaliana after infection with Pseudomonas syringae.
    Funct. Plant Biology 34, 65-71

    K. Bonfig, U. Schreiber, A. Gabler, T. Roitsch, S. Berger (2006) Infection with virulent or avirulent P. syringae leads to kinetically but not qualitatively different effects on photosynthesis.
    Planta 225, 1-12

    I. Raacke, M.J. Müller, S. Berger (2006) Defects in allene oxide synthase and 12-oxo-phytodienoic acid reductase alter the resistance to Pseudomonas syringae and Botrytis cinerea.
    J Phytopathology 154, 740-744

    I. Raacke, U. von Rad, M.J. Müller, S. Berger (2006) Yeast increases resistance in Arabidopsis against Pseudomonas syringae and Botrytis cinerea by salicylic acid-dependent as well as -independent mechanisms.
    Mol. Plant-Microbe Interact. 19, 1138-1146

    C. Loeffler, S. Berger, A. Guy, T. Durand, G. Bringmann, M. Dreyer, U. von Rad, J. Durner M.J. Mueller (2005) B1-phytoprostanes trigger plant defence and detoxification responses.
    Plant Physiology 137, 328-340

    J. Zeier, B. Pink, M.J. Müller, S. Berger (2004) Light conditions influence specific defense responses in incompatible plant-pathogen interactions: uncoupling systemic resistance from salicylic acid and PR-1 accumulation.
    Planta 219, 673-683

    A. Nickstadt, B. Thomma, I. Feussner, J. Kangasjärvi, J. Zeier, C. Löffler, D. Scheel, S. Berger (2004) The jasmonate-insensitive mutant jin1 shows increased resistance to biotrophic as well as necrotrophic pathogens.
    Molec. Plant Pathol. 5, 425-434

    S. Berger, M. Papadopoulos, U. Schreiber, W. Kaiser, T. Roitsch (2004) Complex regulation of gene expression, photosynthesis and sugar levels by pathogen infection in tomato.
    Physiol. Plantarum 122, 419-428


    2003 und früher


    G. Schüler, A. Mithöfer, I.T. Baldwin, S. Berger, J. Ebel, J. Santos, G. Herrmann, D. Hölscher, R. Kramell, T.M. Kutchan, H. Maucher, B. Schneider, I. Stenzel, C. Wasternack, W. Boland (2004) Coronalon: a powerful tool in plant stress physiology.
    FEBS Lett. 563, 17-22

    R. K. Proels, B. Hause, S. Berger, T. Roitsch (2003) Novel Mode of Hormone Induction of Tandem Tomato Invertase Genes in Floral Tissues.
    Plant Mol. Biology 52, 191-201

    S. Berger (2002) Jasmonate-related mutants of Arabidopsis as tools for studying stress-signaling.
    Planta 214, 497-504

    S. Berger, T. Mitchell-Olds, H.U. Stotz (2002) Local and differential control of vegetative storage protein expression in response to herbivore damage in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    Physiol. Plantarum 114, 85-91

    S. Berger, H. Weichert, A. Porzel, C. Wasternack, H. Kühn, I. Feussner (2001) Enzymatic and non-enzymatic lipid peroxidation in leaf development.
    BBA 1533, 266-276

    E. Rojo, E. Titarenko, J. Leon, S. Berger, G. Vancanneyt, J.J. Sanchez-Serrano (1998) Reversible protein phosphorylation regulates jasmonic acid-dependent and -independent wound signal transduction pathways in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    Plant Journal 13(2), 153-165

    S. Berger, E. Bell, J.E. Mullet (1996) Two methyl jasmonate-insensitive mutants show altered expression of Atvsp in response to methyl jasmonate and wounding.
    Plant Physiol. 111, 525 – 531

    S. Berger, E. Bell, A. Sadka, J.E. Mullet (1995) Arabidopsis thaliana Atvsp is homologous to soybean VspA and VspB, genes encoding vegetative storage protein acid phosphatases, and is regulated similarly by methyl jasmonate, wounding, sugars, light and phosphate.
    Plant Mol. Biol. 27, 933-942

    S. Berger, U. Ellersiek, P. Westhoff, K. Steinmüller (1993) Studies on the expression of NDH-H, a subunit of the NAD(P)H-plastochinone-oxidoreductase of higher plant chloroplasts.
    Planta 190, 25-31

    S. Berger, U. Ellersiek, D. Kinzelt, K. Steinmüller (1993) Isolation of a subcomplex of the NAD(P)H-plastochinone-oxidoreductase from the unicellular cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803.
    FEBS Lett. 326, 246-250

    S. Berger, U. Ellersiek, K. Steinmüller (1991) Cyanobacteria contain a mitochondrial complex I-homologous NADH-dehydrogenase.
    FEBS Lett. 286, 129-132

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