Sarah Niehs

Sarah Niehs

Biomolekulare Chemie · Doktorandin

Telefon: +49 3641 532-1727 Telefax: +49 3641 532-2727 E-Mail: sarah.niehs@leibniz-hki.de

Publikationen

Niehs SP, Dose B, Richter S, Pidot SJ, Dahse HM, Stinear TP, Hertweck C. (2020) Mining symbionts of spider-transmitted fungus illuminates uncharted biosynthetic pathways to cytotoxic benzolactones. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. [In press] Details PubMed

Niehs SP, Dose B, Scherlach K, Pidot SJ, Stinear TP, Hertweck C (2019) Genome mining reveals endopyrroles from a nonribosomal peptide assembly line triggered in fungal-bacterial symbiosis. ACS Chem Biol 14(8), 1811-1818. Details PubMed

Dose B, Niehs SP, Scherlach K, Flórez LV, Kaltenpoth M, Hertweck C (2018) Unexpected bacterial origin of the antibiotic icosalide: Two-tailed depsipeptide assembly in multifarious Burkholderia symbionts. ACS Chem Biol 13(9), 2414-2420. Details PubMed

Niehs S, Dose B, Scherlach K, Roth M, Hertweck C (2018) Genomics-driven discovery of a symbiont-specific cyclopeptide from bacteria residing in the rice seedling blight fungus. ChemBioChem 19(20), 2167-2172. Details PubMed

Niehs SP, Scherlach K, Hertweck C (2018) Genomics-driven discovery of a linear lipopeptide promoting host colonization by endofungal bacteria. Org Biomol Chem 16(37), 8345-8352. Details PubMed