Prof. Dr. Nico Dissmeyer
Prof. Dr. Nico Dissmeyer
University of Osnabrück, Dept. of Plant Physiology
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Cell cycle control across the eukaryotic kingdom
H Harashima, N Dissmeyer, A Schnittger
Trends in Cell Biology 23 (7), 345-356, 2013
2952013
Genetic framework of cyclin-dependent kinase function in Arabidopsis
MK Nowack, H Harashima, N Dissmeyer, XA Zhao, D Bouyer, AK Weimer, ...
Developmental Cell 22 (5), 1030-1040, 2012
1522012
Bypassing genomic imprinting allows seed development
MK Nowack, R Shirzadi, N Dissmeyer, A Dolf, E Endl, PE Grini, ...
Nature 447 (7142), 312-315, 2007
1162007
Control of cell proliferation, organ growth, and DNA damage response operate independently of dephosphorylation of the Arabidopsis Cdk1 homolog CDKA; 1
N Dissmeyer, AK Weimer, S Pusch, K De Schutter, CLA Kamei, ...
The Plant Cell 21 (11), 3641-3654, 2009
1082009
Plant cysteine oxidases are dioxygenases that directly enable arginyl transferase-catalysed arginylation of N-end rule targets
MD White, M Klecker, RJ Hopkinson, DA Weits, C Mueller, C Naumann, ...
Nature Communications 8, 14690, 2017
1072017
A general G1/S-phase cell-cycle control module in the flowering plant Arabidopsis thaliana
XA Zhao, H Harashima, N Dissmeyer, S Pusch, AK Weimer, J Bramsiepe, ...
PLoS Genetics 8 (8), e1002847, 2012
992012
T-loop phosphorylation of Arabidopsis CDKA; 1 is required for its function and can be partially substituted by an aspartate residue
N Dissmeyer, MK Nowack, S Pusch, H Stals, D Inze, PE Grini, ...
The Plant Cell 19 (3), 972-985, 2007
922007
Analysis of the subcellular localization, function, and proteolytic control of the Arabidopsis cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor ICK1/KRP1
MJ Jakoby, C Weinl, S Pusch, SJH Kuijt, T Merkle, N Dissmeyer, ...
Plant Physiology 141 (4), 1293-1305, 2006
902006
An improved workflow for quantitative N‐terminal charge‐based fractional diagonal chromatography (ChaFRADIC) to study proteolytic events in Arabidopsis thaliana
AS Venne, FA Solari, F Faden, T Paretti, N Dissmeyer, RP Zahedi
Proteomics 15 (14), 2458-2469, 2015
612015
Retinoblastoma related1 regulates asymmetric cell divisions in Arabidopsis
AK Weimer, MK Nowack, D Bouyer, XA Zhao, H Harashima, S Naseer, ...
The Plant Cell 24 (10), 4083-4095, 2012
612012
Ubiquitylation activates a peptidase that promotes cleavage and destabilization of its activating E3 ligases and diverse growth regulatory proteins to limit cell proliferation …
H Dong, J Dumenil, FH Lu, L Na, H Vanhaeren, C Naumann, M Klecker, ...
Genes & Development 31 (2), 197-208, 2017
562017
Use of phospho-site substitutions to analyze the biological relevance of phosphorylation events in regulatory networks
N Dissmeyer, A Schnittger
Methods Mol Biol 779, 93-138, 2011
512011
The age of protein kinases
N Dissmeyer, A Schnittger
Methods Mol Biol 779, 7-52, 2011
502011
Life and death of proteins after protease cleavage: protein degradation by the N‐end rule pathway
N Dissmeyer, S Rivas, E Graciet
New Phytologist 218 (3), 929-935, 2018
492018
Targeted proteomics analysis of protein degradation in plant signaling on an LTQ-Orbitrap mass spectrometer
P Majovsky, C Naumann, CW Lee, I Lassowskat, M Trujillo, N Dissmeyer, ...
Journal of Proteome Research 13 (10), 4246-4258, 2014
422014
Distinct branches of the N‐end rule pathway modulate the plant immune response
J Vicente, GM Mendiondo, J Pauwels, V Pastor, Y Izquierdo, C Naumann, ...
New Phytologist 221 (2), 988-1000, 2019
362019
Increases in activity of proteasome and papain-like cysteine protease in Arabidopsis autophagy mutants: back-up compensatory effect or cell-death promoting effect?
M Havé, T Balliau, B Cottyn-Boitte, E Dérond, G Cueff, F Soulay, A Lornac, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 69 (6), 1369-1385, 2018
362018
Phenotypes on demand via switchable target protein degradation in multicellular organisms
F Faden, T Ramezani, S Mielke, I Almudi, K Nairz, MS Froehlich, ...
Nature Communications 7, 12202, 2016
302016
Bimolecular-Fluorescence Complementation Assay to Monitor Kinase–Substrate Interactions In Vivo
S Pusch, N Dissmeyer, A Schnittger
Methods Mol Biol 779, 245-257, 2011
272011
The regulatory network of cell-cycle progression is fundamentally different in plants versus yeast or metazoans
N Dissmeyer, AK Weimer, L De Veylder, B Novak, A Schnittger
Plant Signaling & Behavior 5 (12), 1613-1618, 2010
272010
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