Publications

Armin Djamei

2017

Bosch J, Djamei A (2017) Isolation of Ustilago bromivora Strains from Infected Spikelets through Spore Recovery and Germination. Bio Protoc 7(14):e2392.

Czedik-Eysenberg A, Rabe F, ... Djamei A (2017) Overrepresentation Analyses of Differentially Expressed Genes in the Smut Fungus Ustilago bromivora during Saprophytic and in planta Growth. Bio Protoc 7(5):e2426.

2016

Rabe F, Bosch J, Stirnberg A, et al. (2016) A complete toolset for the study of Ustilago bromivora and Brachypodium sp. as a fungal-temperate grass pathosystem. eLife 2016;5:e20522.

Rabe F, Seitner D,..., Djamei A (2016) Phytohormone sensing in the biotrophic fungus Ustilago maydis- the dual role of the transcription factor Rss1. Mol Microbiol 102(2):290-305.

Stirnberg A, Djamei A (2016) Characterization of ApB73, a virulence factor important for colonization of Zea mays by the smut Ustilago maydis. Mol Plant Pathol 17(9):1467-79.

2015

Tanaka S, Djamei A, Presti LL (2015) Experimental approaches to investigate effector translocation into host cells in the Ustilago maydis/maize pathosystem. Eur J Cell Biol 94(7-9):349.58.

2014

Schweighofer A, Shubchynskyy V, Kazanaviciute V et al. (2014) Bimolecular fluorescent complementation (BiFC) by MAP kinases and MAPK phosphatases. Methods Mol Biol 1171:147-58.

Stanko V, Giuliani C, Retzer K, et al. (2014)  Timing Is Everything: Highly Specific and Transient Expression of a MAP Kinase Determines Auxin-Induced Leaf Venation Patterns in Arabidopsis. Mol Plant 7(11):1637-52.

Tanaka S, Brefort T, Neidig N, et al. (2014) A secreted Ustilago maydis effector promotes virulence by targeting anthocyanin biosynthesis in maize. Elife 2014(3):e01355.

2013

Rabe F, Ajami-Rashidi Z, ..., Djamei A (2013) Degradation of the plant defense hormone salicylic acid by the biotrophic fungus Ustilago maydisMol Microbiol 89(1):179-88.

Wawra S, Djamei A, Küfner I, et al. (2013) In vitro translocation experiments with RxLR-reporter fusion proteins of Avr1b from Phytophthora sojae and AVR3a from Phytophthora infestans fail to demonstrate specific autonomous uptake in plant and animal cells. Mol Plant Microbe Interact 26(5):528-36.

2012

Djamei A, Kahmann R (2012) Ustilago maydis: dissecting the molecular interface between pathogen and plant. PLoS Pathogens 8(11):e1002955.

2011

Djamei A, Schipper K, Rabe F, et al. (2011) Metabolic priming by a secreted fungal effector. Nature 478(7369):395-8.

2009

Pitzschke A, Djamei A, Teige M, et al. (2009) VIP1 response elements mediate mitogen-activated protein kinase 3-induced stress gene expression. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 106(43):18414-9.

Pitzschke A, Djamei A, Bitton F, et al. (2009) A major role of the Mekk1-MKK1/2-MPK4 pathway in ROS signalling. Mol Plant 2(1):120-37.

Brefort T, Doehlemann G, Mendoza-Mendoza A,  et al. (2009) Ustilago maydis as a Pathogen. Annu Rev Phytopathol 47:423-45.

Mendoza-Mendoza A, Berndt P, Djamei A, et al. (2009) Physical-chemical plant-derived signals induce differentiation in Ustilago maydis. Mol Microbiol 71(4):895-911.

2007

Djamei A, Pitschke A, Nakagami H, et al. (2007) Trojan horse strategy in Agrobacterium transformation: abusing MAPK defence signalling. Science 318(584):453-6.

Doczi R, Brader G, Pettko-Szandtner A, et al. (2007) The Arabidopsis mitogen-activated protein kinase MKK3 is upstream of group C mitogen-activated protein kinases and participates in pathogen signalling. Plant Cell 19(10):3266-79.

Brader G, Djamei A, Teige M, et al. (2007) The MAP Kinase Kinase MKK2 affects resistance in Arabidopsis. Mol Plant Microbe Interact 20:589-96

2006

de la Fuente van Bentem S, Anrather D, Rotinger E, et al. (2006) Phosphoproteomics reveals extensive in vivo phosphorylation of Arabidopsis proteins involved in RNA metabolism. Nucleic Acids Res 34(11):3267-78.

2003

Bouly JP, Giovani B, Djamei A, et al. (2003) Novel ATP-binding and autophosphorylation activity associated with Arabidopsis and human cryptochrome-1. Eur J Biochem 270(14):2921-8.

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