Martin Roth

Dr. Martin Roth

Biotechnikum +49 3641 532-1127 martin.roth@leibniz-hki.de

Publikationen

Lüdecke C, Bossert J, Roth M, Jandt KD (2013) Physical vapor deposited titanium thin films for biomedical applications: Reproducibility of nanoscale surface roughness and microbial adhesion properties. Applied Surface Science 280, 578-589.
Schütze E, Miltner A, Nietzsche S, Achtenhagen J, Klose M, Merten D, Greyer M, Roth M, Kästner M, Kothe E (2013) Live and death of streptomycetes in soil - what happens to the biomass? Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 176, 665-673.
Zang E*, Brandes S*, Tovar M, Martin K, Mech F, Horbert P, Henkel T, Figge MT, Roth M (2013) Real-time image processing for label-free enrichment of Actinobacteria cultivated in picolitre droplets. Lab Chip 13(18), 3707-3713, *authors contributed equally.
Graupner K, Scherlach K, Bretschneider T, Lackner G, Roth M, Gross H, Hertweck C (2012) Imaging mass spectrometry and genome mining reveal highly antifungal virulence factor of mushroom soft rot pathogen. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 51(52), 13173-13177.
Moebius N, Ross C, Scherlach K, Rohm B, Roth M, Hertweck C (2012) Biosynthesis of the respiratory toxin bongkrekic acid in the pathogenic bacterium Burkholderia gladioli. Chem Biol 19(9), 1164-1174.
Roth M, Martin K, Zang E, Nett M, Henkel T (2012) A microfluidics-based approach to drug discovery. Biomed Tech (Berl) 57(SI-1 Track-B), 270.
Sarkar A, Funk AN, Scherlach K, Horn F, Schroeckh V, Chankhamjon P, Westermann M, Roth M, Brakhage AA, Hertweck C, Horn U (2012) Differential expression of silent polyketide biosynthesis gene clusters in chemostat cultures of Aspergillus nidulans. J Biotechnol 160(1-2), 64-71.
Scharf DH, Chankhamjon P, Scherlach K, Heinekamp T, Roth M, Brakhage AA, Hertweck C (2012) Epidithiol formation by an unprecedented twin carbon-sulfur lyase in the gliotoxin pathway. Angew Chem Int Ed 51(40), 10064-10068.
Scherlach K, Sarkar A, Schroeckh V, Dahse HM, Roth M, Brakhage AA, Horn U, Hertweck C (2011) Two induced fungal polyketide pathways converge into antiproliferative spiroanthrones. Chembiochem 12(12), 1836-1839.
Vödisch M, Scherlach K, Winkler R, Hertweck C, Braun HP, Roth M, Haas H, Werner ER, Brakhage AA, Kniemeyer O (2011) Analysis of the Aspergillus fumigatus proteome reveals metabolic changes and the activation of the pseurotin A biosynthesis gene cluster in response to hypoxia. J Proteome Res 10(5), 2508-2524.