Dr. Maximilian Plach
Dr. Maximilian Plach
CSO 2bind GmbH
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TitleCited byYear
Conversion of Anthranilate Synthase into Isochorismate Synthase: Implications for the Evolution of Chorismate‐Utilizing Enzymes
MG Plach, P Löffler, R Merkl, R Sterner
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (38), 11270-11274, 2015
Long-term persistence of bi-functionality contributes to the robustness of microbial life through exaptation
MG Plach, B Reisinger, R Sterner, R Merkl
PLoS genetics 12 (1), e1005836, 2016
Evolutionary diversification of protein–protein interactions by interface add-ons
MG Plach, F Semmelmann, F Busch, M Busch, L Heizinger, VH Wysocki, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (40), E8333-E8342, 2017
MicroScale Thermophoresis as a tool to study protein-peptide interactions in the context of large eukaryotic protein complexes.
MG Plach, KD Grasser, T Schubert
Bio Protoc. 7, 2632e, 2017
AGeNNT: annotation of enzyme families by means of refined neighborhood networks
F Kandlinger, MG Plach, R Merkl
BMC bioinformatics 18 (1), 274, 2017
Biophysical Characterization of Aptamer-Target Interactions
M Plach, T Schubert
Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2019
Assessing in silico the recruitment and functional spectrum of bacterial enzymes from secondary metabolism
V Veprinskiy, L Heizinger, MG Plach, R Merkl
BMC evolutionary biology 17 (1), 36, 2017
Evolution of substrate specificity and protein-protein interactions in three enzyme superfamilies
M Plach
Umwandlung einer Anthranilatsynthase in eine Isochorismatsynthase: Implikationen für die Evolution von Chorismat‐umsetzenden Enzymen
MG Plach, P Löffler, R Merkl, R Sterner
Angewandte Chemie 127 (38), 11423-11427, 2015
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