Martin Roth

Martin Roth

Bio Pilot Plant +49 3641 532-1127 martin.roth@leibniz-hki.de

Publications

Schäberle TF, Schmitz A, Zocher G, Schiefer A, Kehraus S, Neu E, Roth M, Vassylyev DG, Stehle T, Bierbaum G, Hoerauf A, Pfarr K, König GM (2015) Insights into Structure–Activity Relationships of Bacterial RNA Polymerase Inhibiting Corallopyronin Derivatives J Nat Prod 78(10), 2505-2509.
Schieferdecker S, Domin N, Hoffmeier C, Bryant DA, Roth M, Nett M (2015) Structure and absolute configuration of auriculamide, a natural product from the predatory bacterium Herpetosiphon aurantiacus. Eur J Org Chem 14, 3057-3062.
Shabuer G, Ishida K, Pidot SJ, Roth M, Dahse HM, Hertweck C (2015) Plant pathogenic anaerobic bacteria use aromatic polyketides to access aerobic territory. Science 350(6261), 670-674.
van Dissel D, Claessen D, Roth M, van Wezel GP (2015) A novel locus for mycelial aggregation forms a gateway to improved Streptomyces cell factories Microbial Cell Factories 14:44,
Kroll K, Pähtz V, Hillmann F, Vaknin Y, Schmidt-Heck W, Roth M, Jacobsen ID, Osherov N, Brakhage AA, Kniemeyer O (2014) Identification of hypoxia-inducible target genes of Aspergillus fumigatus by transcriptome analysis reveals cellular respiration as important contributor to hypoxic survival. Eukaryot Cell 13(9), 1241-1253.
Lüdecke C, Jandt KD, Siegismund D, Kujau MJ, Zang E, Rettenmayr M, Bossert J, Roth M (2014) Reproducible biofilm cultivation of chemostat-grown Escherichia coli and investigation of bacterial adhesion on biomaterials using a non-constant-depth film fermenter. PLOS One 9(1), e84837.
Schieferdecker S, Exner TE, Gross H, Roth M, Nett M (2014) New myxothiazols from the predatory bacterium Myxococcus fulvus. J Antibiot 67(7), 519-525.
Schmitz A, Kehraus S, Schäberle TF, Neu E, Almeida C, Roth M, König GM (2014) Corallorazines from the myxobacterium Corallococcus coralloides. J Nat Prod 77(1), 159-163.
Schütze E, Ahmed E, Voit A, Klose M, Greyer M, Svatoš A, Merten D, Roth M, Holmström SJ, Kothe E (2014) Siderophore production by streptomycetes-stability and alteration of ferrihydroxamates in heavy metal-contaminated soil. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int 22(24), 19376-19383.
Schütze E, Klose M, Merten D, Nietzsche S, Senftleben D, Roth M, Kothe E (2014) Growth of streptomycetes in soil and their impact on bioremediation. J Hazard Mater 267, 128-135.