Elaine Jaeger Botanical Institute and Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences (CEPLAS), University of Cologne, Germany, Germany,
1 protocol

Amey Redkar Department of Genetics, University of Cordoba
3 protocols

Gunther Doehlemann
  • Botanical Institute and Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences (CEPLAS), University of Cologne, Germany, Germany,
  • 3 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Phytopathology, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany, 2006

Current position

Professor of Terrestrial Microbiology, CEPLAS, University of Cologne, Germany

Publications (since 2009)

  1. Redkar, A., Hoser, R., Schilling, L., Zechmann, B., Krzymowska, M., Walbot, V. and Doehlemann, G. (2015). A Secreted Effector Protein of Ustilago maydis Guides Maize Leaf Cells to Form Tumors. Plant Cell 27(4): 1332-1351.
  2. Schilling, L.*, Matei, A.*, Redkar, A., Walbot, V. and Doehlemann, G. (2014). Virulence of the maize smut Ustilago maydis is shaped by organ-specific effectors. Mol Plant Pathol 15(8): 780-789.
  3. Mueller, A. N., Ziemann, S., Treitschke, S., Assmann, D. and Doehlemann, G. (2013). Compatibility in the Ustilago maydis-maize interaction requires inhibition of host cysteine proteases by the fungal effector Pit2. PLoS Pathog 9(2): e1003177.
  4. Hemetsberger, C., Herrberger, C., Zechmann, B., Hillmer, M. and Doehlemann, G. (2012). The Ustilago maydis effector Pep1 suppresses plant immunity by inhibition of host peroxidase activity. PLoS Pathog 8(5): e1002684.
  5. van der Linde, K., Hemetsberger, C., Kastner, C., Kaschani, F., van der Hoorn, R. A., Kumlehn, J. and Doehlemann, G. (2012). A maize cystatin suppresses host immunity by inhibiting apoplastic cysteine proteases. Plant Cell 24(3): 1285-1300.
  6. Skibbe, D. S.*, Doehlemann, G.*, Fernandes, J. and Walbot, V. (2010). Maize tumors caused by Ustilago maydis require organ-specific genes in host and pathogen. Science 328(5974): 89-92.
  7. Doehlemann, G., van der Linde, K., Assmann, D., Schwammbach, D., Hof, A., Mohanty, A., Jackson, D. and Kahmann, R. (2009). Pep1, a secreted effector protein of Ustilago maydis, is required for successful invasion of plant cells. PLoS Pathog 5(2): e1000290.
3 Protocols published
Visualization of Growth and Morphology of Fungal Hyphae in planta Using WGA-AF488 and Propidium Iodide Co-staining
Authors:  Amey Redkar, Elaine Jaeger and Gunther Doehlemann, date: 07/20/2018, view: 711, Q&A: 0
Fungal pathogens colonizing plants show a varying degree of symptoms. Microscopy techniques have been used to study the infection and proliferation of fungal hyphae inside the host. One of the best optimized and commonly used method is the ...
EdU Based DNA Synthesis and Cell Proliferation Assay in Maize Infected by the Smut Fungus Ustilago maydis
Authors:  Amey Redkar and Gunther Doehlemann, date: 03/20/2016, view: 3755, Q&A: 0
The basidiomycetous smut fungus Ustilago maydis (U. maydis) infects all aerial parts of its host plant maize (Zea mays L.). Infection is seen in the form of prominent tumorous symptoms after the establishment of a ...
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