Svenja Schloß

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In this study, we collected and analyzed DNA sequence data for 789 previously mapped RFLP probes from Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench. DNA sequences, comprising 894 non-redundant contigs and end sequences, were searched against three GenBank databases, nucleotide (nt), protein (nr) and EST (dbEST), using BLAST algorithms. Matching ESTs were also searched(More)
We describe here a new harmonic coil system for the field measurement of the superconducting, twin aperture LHC dipoles and the associated corrector magnets. Besides field measurements the system can be used as an antenna to localize the quench origin. The main component is a 16 m long rotating shaft, made up of 13 ceramic segments, each carrying two(More)
In superconducting particle accelerators a fast change of the magnetic field occurs during the first few seconds after the start of an energy ramp. Standard magnetic measurements using a coil rotating at 1 Hz do not have the time resolution required to completely resolve this phase, usually called snapback. For this reason we have developed a new and fast(More)
The hepatotoxin phomopsin A (PHO-A), a secondary metabolite mainly produced by the fungus Diaporthe toxica, occurs predominantly on sweet lupins. Along with the growing interest in sweet lupins for food and feed commodities, concerns have been raised about fungal infestations, and consequently, about the determination of PHO-A. High performance liquid(More)
A novel method for the determination of phomopsin A (1) in lupin flour, pea flour, and bean flour as well as whole lupin plants was established based on stable isotope dilution assay (SIDA) LC-MS/MS using (15)N6-1 as an isotopically labeled internal standard. Artificially infected samples were used to develop an optimized extraction procedure and sample(More)
Phomopsin A (PHO-A), produced by the fungus Diaporthe toxica, is a mycotoxin known to be responsible for fatal liver disease of lupin-fed sheep. The full spectrum of the toxic secondary metabolites produced by D. toxica is still unknown. PHO-A and the naturally occurring derivatives B-E have been subject to several studies to reveal their structures as well(More)
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