Regine Kahmann
Regine Kahmann
Professor of Genetics, Philipps Universitaet Marburg
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The Top 10 fungal pathogens in molecular plant pathology
R Dean, JAL Van Kan, ZA Pretorius, KE Hammond‐Kosack, A Di Pietro, ...
Molecular plant pathology 13 (4), 414-430, 2012
Insights from the genome of the biotrophic fungal plant pathogen Ustilago maydis
J Kämper, R Kahmann, M Bölker, LJ Ma, T Brefort, BJ Saville, F Banuett, ...
Nature 444 (7115), 97-101, 2006
Fungal effectors and plant susceptibility
L Lo Presti, D Lanver, G Schweizer, S Tanaka, L Liang, M Tollot, ...
Annual review of plant biology 66, 513-545, 2015
The b alleles of U. maydis, whose combinations program pathogenic development, code for polypeptides containing a homeodomain-related motif
B Schulz, F Banuett, M Dahl, R Schlesinger, W Schäfer, T Martin, ...
Cell 60 (2), 295-306, 1990
Metabolic priming by a secreted fungal effector
A Djamei, K Schipper, F Rabe, A Ghosh, V Vincon, J Kahnt, S Osorio, ...
Nature 478 (7369), 395-398, 2011
The a mating type locus of U. maydis specifies cell signaling components
M Bölker, M Urban, R Kahmann
Cell 68 (3), 441-450, 1992
A two-component regulatory system for self/non-self recognition in Ustilago maydis
B Gillissen, J Bergemann, C Sandmann, B Schroeer, M Bölker, ...
Cell 68 (4), 647-657, 1992
Green fluorescent protein (GFP) as a new vital marker in the phytopathogenic fungus Ustilago maydis
T Spellig, A Bottin, R Kahmann
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 252 (5), 503-509, 1996
Ustilago maydis as a Pathogen
T Brefort, G Doehlemann, A Mendoza-Mendoza, S Reissmann, A Djamei, ...
Annual review of phytopathology 47, 423-445, 2009
Pep1, a secreted effector protein of Ustilago maydis, is required for successful invasion of plant cells
G Doehlemann, K Van Der Linde, D Aßmann, D Schwammbach, A Hof, ...
PLoS Pathog 5 (2), e1000290, 2009
Pathogenicity determinants in smut fungi revealed by genome comparison
J Schirawski, G Mannhaupt, K Münch, T Brefort, K Schipper, ...
Science 330 (6010), 1546-1548, 2010
Reprogramming a maize plant: transcriptional and metabolic changes induced by the fungal biotroph Ustilago maydis
G Doehlemann, R Wahl, RJ Horst, LM Voll, B Usadel, F Poree, M Stitt, ...
The Plant Journal 56 (2), 181-195, 2008
Multiallelic recognition: nonself-dependent dimerization of the bE and bW homeodomain proteins in Ustilago maydis
J Kämper, M Reichmann, T Romeis, M Bölker, R Kahmann
Cell 81 (1), 73-83, 1995
Identification of genes in the bW/bE regulatory cascade in Ustilago maydis
A Brachmann, G Weinzierl, J Kämper, R Kahmann
Molecular microbiology 42 (4), 1047-1063, 2001
G proteins in Ustilago maydis: transmission of multiple signals?
E Regenfelder, T Spellig, A Hartmann, S Lauenstein, M Bölker, ...
The EMBO journal 16 (8), 1934-1942, 1997
Comparative genomics of MAP kinase and calcium–calcineurin signalling components in plant and human pathogenic fungi
N Rispail, DM Soanes, C Ant, R Czajkowski, A Grünler, R Huguet, ...
Fungal Genetics and Biology 46 (4), 287-298, 2009
Pheromones trigger filamentous growth in Ustilago maydis.
T Spellig, M Bölker, F Lottspeich, RW Frank, R Kahmann
The EMBO journal 13 (7), 1620-1627, 1994
The pheromone response factor coordinates filamentous growth and pathogenicity in Ustilago maydis.
HA Hartmann, R Kahmann, M Bölker
The EMBO journal 15 (7), 1632-1641, 1996
Tagging pathogenicity genes in Ustilago maydis by restriction enzyme-mediated integration (REMI)
M Bölker, HU Böhnert, KH Braun, J Görl, R Kahmann
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 248 (5), 547-552, 1995
An Ustilago maydis gene involved in H2O2 detoxification is required for virulence
L Molina, R Kahmann
The Plant Cell 19 (7), 2293-2309, 2007
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