Matthias Brock School of Life Sciences, University of Nottingham, UK
1 protocol

Markus Gressler
  • Department of Mycology, Pasteur Institute, France
Research focus
  • Microbiology
  • 1 Author merit


Dr. rer. nat. in Biochemistry, Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, 2015

Current position

Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Mycology (Unit Aspergillus), Pasteur Institute, Paris, France


  1. Gressler, M., Meyer, F., Heine, D., Hortschansky, P., Hertweck, C. and Brock, M. (2015). Phytotoxin production in Aspergillus terreus is regulated by independent environmental signals. Elife 4.
  2. Gressler, M., Hortschansky, P., Geib, E. and Brock, M. (2015). A new high-performance heterologous fungal expression system based on regulatory elements from the Aspergillus terreus terrein gene cluster. Front Microbiol 6: 184.
  3. Zaehle, C., Gressler, M., Shelest, E., Geib, E., Hertweck, C. and Brock, M. (2014). Terrein biosynthesis in Aspergillus terreus and its impact on phytotoxicity. Chem Biol 21(6): 719-731.
  4. Slesiona, S., Gressler, M., Mihlan, M., Zaehle, C., Schaller, M., Barz, D., Hube, B., Jacobsen, I. D. and Brock, M. (2012). Persistence versus escape: Aspergillus terreus and Aspergillus fumigatus employ different strategies during interactions with macrophages. PLoS One 7(2): e31223.
  5. Gressler, M., Zaehle, C., Scherlach, K., Hertweck, C. and Brock, M. (2011). Multifactorial induction of an orphan PKS-NRPS gene cluster in Aspergillus terreus. Chem Biol 18(2): 198-209.
1 Protocol published
Aspergillus terreus Infection of Fruits and Terrein Quantification by HPLC Analysis
Authors:  Markus Gressler and Matthias Brock, date: 06/20/2016, view: 6357, Q&A: 0
The opportunistic fungal human and plant pathogen Aspergillus terreus (A. terreus) can be isolated from sea water, soil or decaying organic matter such as rotting leaves and fruits. While growing on fruits A. terreus ...
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