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Involvement of siderophores in the reduction of metal-induced inhibition of auxin synthesis in Streptomyces spp.
Heavy metal resistance mechanisms in actinobacteria for survival in AMD contaminated soils
Genetic and biochemical characterization of carotenoid biosynthesis mutants of Rhodobacter capsulatus.
Heavy metal resistance to the extreme: Streptomyces strains from a former uranium mining area
Analysis of mating-dependent transcription of Blakeslea trispora carotenoid biosynthesis genes carB and carRA by quantitative real-time PCR
- A. Schmidt, T. Heinekamp, M. Matuschek, Burghard Liebmann, C. Bollschweiler, A. Brakhage
- BiologyApplied Microbiology and Biotechnology
- 3 March 2005
Data suggest that β-carotene production in B. trispora is due to increased transcription of the biosynthesis genes carB and carRA, which results in the production of the pheromone trisporic acid, which in turn stimulates enhanced β- carotene biosynthesis.
Two‐dimensional proteome reference maps for the human pathogenic filamentous fungus Aspergillus fumigatus
The filamentous fungus Aspergillus fumigatus has become the most important airborne fungal pathogen causing life‐threatening infections in immunosuppressed patients and an established protocol for the isolation of mitochondria and developed a mitochondrial proteome reference map.
In silico analysis of nickel containing superoxide dismutase evolution and regulation
- A. Schmidt, M. Gube, A. Schmidt, E. Kothe
- Chemistry, BiologyJournal of basic microbiology
- 1 February 2009
First evidence for putative regulatory nucleotide sequences which will be useful in future studies on nickel uptake and incorporation are presented, in order to address regulation by nickel availability and incorporation into the mature protein.
Superoxide dismutases of heavy metal resistant streptomycetes
- A. Schmidt, A. Schmidt, Götz Haferburg, E. Kothe
- ChemistryJournal of basic microbiology
- 1 February 2007
Heavy metal tolerant and resistant strains of streptomycetes isolated from a former uranium mining site were screened for their superoxide dismutase expression and this strain, Streptomyces acidiscabies E13, was chosen for its tolerance of concentrations of heavy metals.
GC content‐independent amino acid patterns in Bacteria and Archaea
- A. Schmidt, Michael Rzanny, A. Schmidt, Matthias Hagen, E. Schütze, E. Kothe
- BiologyJournal of basic microbiology
- 1 April 2012
It is found that phylogenetic groups within bacteria and archaea generally can be discriminated from other groups due to their amino acid composition, and it is recommended that information about amino acid compositions should be provided in databases, comparable to the GC content of genomes.