Julian Oeljeklaus

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Cysteine proteases are an important class of enzymes implicated in both developmental and defense-related programmed cell death and other biological processes in plants. Because there are dozens of cysteine proteases that are posttranslationally regulated by processing, environmental conditions, and inhibitors, new methodologies are required to study these(More)
Many protein activities are driven by ATP binding and hydrolysis. Here, we explore the ATP binding proteome of the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana using acyl-ATP (AcATP)(1) probes. These probes target ATP binding sites and covalently label lysine residues in the ATP binding pocket. Gel-based profiling using biotinylated AcATP showed that labeling is(More)
Jasmonates are lipid-derived plant hormones that regulate plant defenses and numerous developmental processes. Although the biosynthesis and molecular function of the most active form of the hormone, (+)-7-iso-jasmonoyl-L-isoleucine (JA-Ile), have been unraveled, it remains poorly understood how the diversity of bioactive jasmonates regulates such a(More)
The AvrPphB effector of Pseudomonas syringae is a papain-like protease that is injected into the host plant cell and cleaves specific kinases to disrupt immune signaling. Here, we used the unique substrate specificity of AvrPphB to generate a specific activity-based probe. This probe displays various AvrPphB isoforms in bacterial extracts, upon secretion(More)
Several proteases like the high temperature requirement A (HtrA) protein family containing internal or C-terminal PDZ domains play key roles in protein quality control in the cell envelope of Gram-negative bacteria. While several HtrA proteases have been extensively characterized, many features of C-terminal processing proteases such as tail-specific(More)
Subfamily-specific Fluorescent Probes for Cys proteases Display Dynamic 1 Protease Activities During Seed Germination 2 3 Haibin Lu, Balakumaran Chandrasekar, Julian Oeljeklaus, Johana Misas-Villamil, 4 Zheming Wang, Takayuki Shindo, Matthew Bogyo, Markus Kaiser, Renier A. L. van der 5 Hoorn 6 7 1 The Plant Chemetics Laboratory, Department of Plant(More)
Plant growth regulating properties of brevicompanines (Brvs), natural products of the fungus Penicillium brevicompactum, have been known for several years, but further investigations into the molecular mechanism of their bioactivity have not been performed. Following chemical synthesis of brevicompanine derivatives, we studied their activity in the model(More)
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