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Publications by Vothknecht, Ute C.

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Sello, Simone; Moscatiello, Roberto; Mehlmer, Norbert; Leonardelli, Manuela; Carraretto, Luca; Cortese, Enrico; Zanella, Filippo G.; Baldan, Barbara; Szabo, Ildiko; Vothknecht, Ute C.; Navazio, Lorella (2018): Chloroplast Ca2+ Fluxes into and across Thylakoids Revealed by Thylakoid-Targeted Aequorin Probes. In: Plant Physiology, Vol. 177, No. 1: pp. 38-51

Parvin, Nargis; Carrie, Chris; Pabst, Isabelle; Lässer, Antonia; Laha, Debabrata; Paul, Melanie V.; Geigenberger, Peter; Heermann, Ralf; Jung, Kirsten; Vothknecht, Ute C.; Chigri, Fatima (2017): TOM9.2 Is a Calmodulin-Binding Protein Critical for TOM Complex Assembly but Not for Mitochondrial Protein Import in Arabidopsis thaliana. In: Molecular Plant, Vol. 10, No. 4: pp. 575-589

Sello, Simone; Perotto, Jennifer; Carraretto, Luca; Szabò, Ildikò; Vothknecht, Ute C.; Navazio, Lorella (2016): Dissecting stimulus-specific Ca2+ signals in amyloplasts and chloroplasts of Arabidopsis thaliana cell suspension cultures. In: Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 67, No. 13: pp. 3965-3974

Ruge, Henning; Flosdorff, Sandra; Ebersberger, Ingo; Chigri, Fatima; Vothknecht, Ute C. (2016): The calmodulin-like proteins AtCML4 and AtCML5 are single-pass membrane proteins targeted to the endomembrane system by an N-terminal signal anchor sequence. In: Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 67, No. 13: pp. 3985-3996

Lorenz, Andre; Lorenz, Melanie; Vothknecht, Ute C.; Niopek-Witz, Sandra; Neuhaus, H. Ekkehard; Haferkamp, Ilka (2015): In vitro analyses of mitochondrial ATP/phosphate carriers from Arabidopsis thaliana revealed unexpected Ca2+-effects. In: BMC Plant Biology 15:238 [PDF, 1MB]

Vothknecht, Ute C.; Soll, Jürgen (2007): The endosymbiotic origin of organelles: an ancient process still very much in fashion. In: Biological Chemistry, Vol. 388, No. 9: p. 877 [PDF, 44kB]

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