Publikationen

Partida-Martinez LP, Bandemer S, Rüchel R, Dannaoui E, Hertweck C (2008) Lack of evidence of endosymbiotic toxin-producing bacteria in clinical Rhizopus isolates. Mycoses 51(3), 266-269.
Schmitt I, Partida-Martinez LP, Winkler R, Voigt K, Einax E, Dölz F, Telle S, Wöstemeyer J, Hertweck C (2008) Evolution of host resistance in a toxin-producing bacterial-fungal alliance. ISME J 2(6), 632-641.
Werneburg M, Hertweck C (2008) Chemoenzymatic total synthesis of the antiproliferative polyketide (+)-(R)-aureothin. Chembiochem 9(13), 2064-2066.
Ziemert N, Ishida K, Liaimer A, Hertweck C, Dittmann E (2008) Ribosomal synthesis of tricyclic depsipeptides in bloom-forming cyanobacteria. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 47(40), 7756-7759.
Ziemert N, Ishida K, Quillardet P, Bouchier C, Hertweck C, de Marsac NT, Dittmann E (2008) Microcyclamide biosynthesis in two strains of Microcystis aeruginosa: from structure to genes and vice versa. Appl Environ Microbiol 74(6), 1791-1797.
Bergmann S, Schümann J, Scherlach K, Lange C, Brakhage AA, Hertweck C (2007) Genomics-driven discovery of PKS-NRPS hybrid metabolites from Aspergillus nidulans. Nat Chem Biol 3(4), 213-217.
Brendel N, Partida-Martinez LP, Scherlach K, Hertweck C (2007) A cryptic PKS-NRPS gene locus in the plant commensal Pseudomonas fluorescens Pf-5 codes for the biosynthesis of an antimitotic rhizoxin complex. Org Biomol Chem 5(14), 2211-2213.
Gebhardt P, Dornberger K, Gollmick FA, Gräfe U, Härtl A, Görls H, Schlegel B, Hertweck C (2007) Quercinol, an anti-inflammatory chromene from the wood-rotting fungus Daedalea quercina (Oak Mazegill). Bioorg Med Chem Lett 17(9), 2558-2560.
Hertweck C, Luzhetskyy A, Rebets Y, Bechthold A (2007) Type II polyketide synthases: gaining a deeper insight into enzymatic teamwork. Nat Prod Rep 24(1), 162-190.
Ishida K, Christiansen G, Yoshida WY, Kurmayer R, Welker M, Valls N, Bonjoch J, Hertweck C, Börner T, Hemscheidt T, Dittmann E (2007) Biosynthesis and structure of aeruginoside 126A and 126B, cyanobacterial peptide glycosides bearing a 2-carboxy-6-hydroxyoctahydroindole moiety. Chem Biol 14(5), 565-576.