Karin Martin

Karin Martin

Biotechnikum +49 3641 532-1125 karin.martin@leibniz-hki.de

Publikationen

Schäfer J, Martin K, Kämpfer P (2010) Citricoccus parietis sp. nov., isolated from a mould-colonized wall and emended description of Citricoccus alkalitolerans Li et al. 2005. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 60(Pt 2), 271-274.
Schäfer J, Martin K, Kämpfer P (2010) Prauserella muralis sp. nov., from the indoor environment. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 60(Pt 2), 287-290.
Funfak A , Cao J, Wolfbeis OS, Martin K, Köhler J-M (2009) Monitoring cell cultivation in microfluidic segments by optical pH sensing with a micro flow-through fluorometer using dye-doped polymer particles Microchimica Acta 164(3-4), 279-286.
Funfak A, Hartung R, Cao J, Martin K, Wiesmüller K-H, Wolfbeis OS, Köhler JM (2009) Highly resolved dose–response functions for drug-modulated bacteria cultivation obtained by fluorometric and photometric flow-through sensing in microsegmented flow Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 142(1), 66-72.
Kämpfer P, Martin K, Schäfer J, Schumann P (2009) Kytococcus aerolatus sp. nov., isolated from indoor air in a room colonized with moulds. Syst Appl Microbiol 32(5), 301-305.
Schäfer J, Trautmann C, Dill I, Fischer G, Gabrio T, Groth I, Jäckel U, Lorenz W, Martin K, Miljanic T, Szewzyk R, Weidner U, Kämpfer P (2009) Vorkommen von Actinomyceten in Innenräumen. Gefahrstoffe-Reinhaltung der Luft 9, 335-341.
Schroeckh V, Scherlach K, Nützmann HW, Shelest E, Schmidt-Heck W, Schuemann J, Martin K, Hertweck C, Brakhage AA (2009) Intimate bacterial-fungal interaction triggers biosynthesis of archetypal polyketides in Aspergillus nidulans. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 106(34), 14558-14563.
Köhler JM, Henkel T, Grodrian A, Kirner T, Roth M, Martin K, Metze J (2004) Digital reaction technology by micro segmented flow—components, concepts and applications Chemical Engineering Journal 101, 201-216.
Martin K, Henkel T, Baier V, Grodrian A, Schön T, Roth M, Michael Köhler J, Metze J (2003) Generation of larger numbers of separated microbial populations by cultivation in segmented-flow microdevices. Lab Chip 3(3), 202-207.