Agnes Rodler

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Soil microbial communities mediate the decomposition of soil organic matter (SOM). The amount of carbon (C) that is respired leaves the soil as CO(2) (soil respiration) and causes one of the greatest fluxes in the global carbon cycle. How soil microbial communities will respond to global warming, however, is not well understood. To elucidate the effect of(More)
For BSA and beta-lactoglobulin adsorption to hydrophobic interaction chromatography (HIC) stationary phases leads to conformational changes. In order to study the enthalpy (DeltaH(ads)), entropy (DeltaS(ads)), free energy (DeltaG(ads)) and heat capacity (Deltac(p,ads)) changes associated with adsorption we evaluated chromatographic data by the non-linear(More)
LysM motifs are carbohydrate-binding modules found in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. They have general N-acetylglucosamine binding properties and therefore bind to chitin and related carbohydrates. In plants, plasma-membrane-bound proteins containing LysM motifs are involved in plant defence responses, but also in symbiotic interactions between plants and(More)
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