Publications

Götze S, Arp J, Lackner G, Zhang S, Kries H, Klapper M, García-Altares M, Willing K, Günther M, Stallforth P (2019) Structure elucidation of the syringafactin lipopeptides provides insight in the evolution of nonribosomal peptide synthetases. Chem Sci 10(48), 10979-10990.
Herbst R, Günther M, Stallforth P (2019) Chemical Ecology of Dictyostelium discoideum. In: Comprehensive Natural Products III Elsevier. (Review)
Klapper M, Paschold A, Zhang S, Weigel C, Dahse HM, Götze S, Pace S, König S, Rao Z, Reimer L, Werz O, Stallforth P (2019) Bioactivity and mode of action of bacterial tetramic acids. ACS Chem Biol 14(8), 1693-1697.
Oberheide A, Pflanze S, Stallforth P, Arndt HD (2019) Solid-phase-based total synthesis and stereochemical assignment of the cryptic natural product aurantizolicin. Org Lett 21(3), 729-732.
Arp J, Götze S, Mukherji R, Mattern DJ, Garcia-Altares M, Klapper M, Brock DA, Brakhage AA, Strassmann JE, Queller DC, Bardl B, Willing K, Peschel G, Stallforth P (2018) Synergistic activity of co-secreted natural products from amoebae-associated bacteria. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 115(15), 3758-3763.
Barnett R, Stallforth, P (2018) Natural products from social amoebae. Chem Eur J 24(17), 4202-4214. (Review)
Broecker F, Götze S, Hudon J, Rathwell DCK, Pereira CL, Stallforth P, Anish C, Seeberger PH (2018) Synthesis, liposomal formulation, and immunological evaluation of a minimalistic carbohydrate-α-galCer vaccine candidate. J Med Chem 61(11), 4918-4927.
Heinrich D, Barnett R, Tweedy L, Insall R, Stallforth P, Winckler T (2018) The chemoattractant glorin is inactivated by ester cleavage during multicellular development of the social amoeba Polysphondylium pallidum. ACS Chem Biol 13(6), 1506-1513.
Klapper M, Arp J, Günther M, Stallforth P (2018) The role of bacterial natural products in predator defense. Synlett 29(5), 537-541. (Review)
Klapper M, Braga D, Lackner G, Herbst R, Stallforth P (2018) Bacterial alkaloid biosynthesis: Structural diversity via a minimalistic nonribosomal peptide synthetase. Cell Chem Biol 25(6), 659-665.