Publications

Original Publications

  • R.M. Hartmann, S. Schaepe, D. Nübel, A.C. Petersen, M. Bertolini, J. Vasilev, H. Küster, N. Hohnjec (2019) Insights into the complex role of GRAS transcription factors in the arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosisSci Rep 9: 3360 More Info
  • M. Uhe, C. Hogekamp, R.M. Hartmann, N. Hohnjec, H. Küster (2018) The mycorrhiza-dependent defensin MtDefMd1 of Medicago truncatula acts during the late restructuring stages of arbuscule-containing cellsPLoS ONE 13: e0191841 More Info
  • T.W. Kirchner, M. Niehaus, K.L. Rössig, T. Lauterbach, M. Herde, H. Küster, M.K. Schenk (2018) Molecular background of Pi deficiency-induced root hair growth in Brassica carinata - a fasciclin-like arabinogalactan protein is involvedFront Plant Sci 9: 1372 More Info
  • K. Klug, C. Hogekamp, A. Specht, S.S. Myint, D. Blöink, H. Küster, W.J. Horst (2015) Spatial gene expression analysis in tomato hypocotyls suggests cysteine as key precursor of vascular sulfur accumulation implicated in Verticillium dahliae defensePhysiol Plant 153(2): 253-268 More Info
  • M. Curto, F. Krajinski, H. Küster, D. Rubiales (2015) Plant defense responses in Medicago truncatula unveiled by microarray analysisPlant Mol Biol Report 33(3): 569-583
  • N. Hohnjec, L.F. Czaja-Hasse, C. Hogekamp, H. Küster (2015) Pre-announcement of symbiotic guests: transcriptional reprogramming by mycorrhizal lipochitooligosaccharides shows a strict co-dependency on the GRAS transcription factors NSP1 and RAM1BMC Genomics 16(1): 994 More Info
  • M. Bucher, B. Hause, F. Krajinski, H. Küster (2014) Through the doors of perception to function in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosesNew Phytol 204(4): 833-840 More Info
  • C. Hogekamp, H. Küster (2013) A roadmap of cell-type specific gene expression during sequential stages of the arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosisBMC Genomics 14(1): 306 More Info
  • E. Limpens, S. Moling, G. Hooiveld, P.A. Pereira, T. Bisseling, J.D. Becker, H. Küster (2013) Cell- and tissue-specific transcriptome analyses of Medicago truncatula root nodules PLoS One 8(5): e64377 More Info
  • H. Chen, D. Osuna, L. Colville, O. Lorenzo, K. Graeber, H. Küster, G. Leubner-Metzger, I. Kranner (2013) Transcriptome-wide mapping of pea seed ageing reveals a pivotal role for genes related to oxidative stress and programmed cell deathPLoS One 8(10): e78471 (2013) More Info
  • L. Ubayasena, P. Vijayan, K.E. Bett, G.R. Gray, H. Küster, T.D. Warkentin (2013) Gene expression profiles of seed coats and biochemical properties of seed coats and cotyledons of two field pea (Pisum sativum) cultivars contrasting in green cotyledon bleaching resistanceEuphytica 193(1): 49-65
  • E. Tisserant, A. Kohler, P. Dozolme-Seddas, R. Balestrini, K. Benabdellah, A. Colard, D. Croll, C. Da Silva, S.K. Gomez, R. Koul, N. Ferrol, V. Fiorilli, D. Formey, P. Franken, N. Helber, M. Hijri, L. Lanfranco, E. Lindquist, Y. Liu, M. Malbreil, E. Morin, J. Poulain, H. Shapiro, D. van Tuinen, A. Waschke, C. Azcón-Aguilar, G. Bécard, P. Bonfante, M.J. Harrison, H. Küster, P. Lammers, U. Paszkowski, N. Requena, S.A. Rensing, C. Roux, I.R. Sanders, Y. Shachar-Hill, G. Tuskan, J.P.W. Young, V. Gianinazzi-Pearson, F. Martin (2012) The transcriptome of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus intraradices (DAOM 197198) reveals functional tradeoffs in an obligate symbiontNew Phytol 193(3): 755-769 More Info
  • F.J. Vorhölter, H.G. Wiggerich, H. Scheidle, V.K. Sidhu, K. Mrozek, H. Küster, A. Pühler, K. Niehaus (2012) Involvement of bacterial TonB-dependent signaling in the generation of an oligogalacturonide damage-associated molecular pattern from plant cell walls exposed to Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris pectate lyasesBMC Microbiology 12: 239 More Info
  • G. Ortu, R. Balestrini, P.A. Pereira, J.D. Becker, H. Küster, P. Bonfante (2012) Plant genes related to gibberellin biosynthesis and signaling are differentially regulated during the early stages of AM fungal interactionsMol Plant 5(4): 951-954 More Info
  • L.F. Czaja, C. Hogekamp, P. Lamm, F. Maillet, E. Andres Martinez, E. Samain, J. Dénarié, H. Küster, N. Hohnjec (2012) Transcriptional responses toward diffusible signals from symbiotic microbes reveal MtNFP- and MtDMI3-dependent reprogramming of host gene expression by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal lipochitooligosaccharidesPlant Physiol 159(4): 1671–1685 More Info
  • L.G. Kamphuis, A.H. Williams, H. Küster, R.D. Trengove, K.B. Singh, R.P. Oliver, S.R. Ellwood (2012) Phoma medicaginis stimulates the induction of the octadecanoid and phenylpropanoid pathways in Medicago truncatulaMol Plant Pathol 13(6): 593-603 More Info
  • W. Bintig, D. Begandt, B. Schlingmann, L. Gerhard, M. Pangalos, L. Dreyer, N. Hohnjec, P.O. Couraud, I.A. Romero, B.B. Weksler, A. Ngezahayo (2012) Purine receptors and Ca(2+) signalling in the human blood-brain barrier endothelial cell line hCMEC/D3.Purinergic Signal 8(1): 71-80 More Info
  • C. Hogekamp, D. Arndt, P.A. Pereira, J.D. Becker, N. Hohnjec, H. Küster (2011) Laser microdissection unravels cell-type-specific transcription in arbuscular mycorrhizal roots, including CAAT-box transcription factor gene expression correlating with fungal contact and spreadPlant Physiol 157(4): 2023-2043 More Info
  • S. Fondevilla, H. Küster, F. Krajinski, J.I. Cubero, D. Rubiales (2011) Identification of genes differentially expressed in a resistant reaction to Mycospherella pinodes in pea using microarray technologyBMC Genomics 12: 28 More Info
  • E. Riebeseel, R. E. Häusler, R. Radchuk, T. Meitzel, M.-R. Hajirezaei, R. J. Neil Emery, H. Küster, A. Nunes-Nesi, A. R. Fernie, W. Weschke, H. Weber (2010) The 2-oxoglutarate/malate translocator mediates amino acid and storage protein biosynthesis in pea embryosPlant J 61(2): 350-363 More Info
  • H. Kuhn, H. Küster, N. Requena (2010) Membrane steroid-binding protein 1 induced by a diffusible fungal signal is critical for mycorrhization in Medicago truncatulaNew Phytol 185(3): 716-733 More Info
  • K. Henckel, H. Küster, L.J. Stutz, A. Goesmann (2010) MediPlEx - a tool to combine in silico and experimental gene expression profiles of the model legume Medicago truncatula BMC Res Notes 3: 262 More Info
  • L. Schenkluhn, N. Hohnjec, K. Niehaus, U. Schmitz, F. Colditz (2010) Differential gel electrophoresis (DIGE) to quantitatively monitor early symbiosis- and pathogenesis-induced changes of the Medicago truncatula root proteome.J Proteom 73(4): 753-768 More Info
  • M.C. Baier, M. Keck, V. Gödde, K. Niehaus, H. Küster, N. Hohnjec (2010) Knockdown of the symbiotic sucrose synthase MtSucS1 affects arbuscule maturation and maintenance in mycorrhizal roots of Medicago truncatulaPlant Physiol 152(2): 1000-1014 More Info
  • R. Radchuk, U. Conrad, I. Saalbach, M. Giersberg, R.J. Neil Emery, H. Küster, A. Nunes-Nesi, A.R. Fernie, W. Weschke, H. Weber (2010) Abscisic acid deficiency of developing pea embryos achieved by immunomodulation attenuates developmental phase transition and storage metabolismPlant J 64(5): 715-730 More Info
  • C. Mrosk, S. Forner, G. Hause, H. Küster, J. Kopka, B. Hause (2009) Composite Medicago truncatula plants harbouring Agrobacterium rhizogenes-transformed roots reveal normal mycorrhization by Glomus intraradicesJ Exp Bot 60(13), 3797–3807 More Info
  • K. Henckel, K. J. Runte, T. Bekel, M. Dondrup, T. Jakobi, H. Küster, A. Goesmann (2009) TRUNCATULIX - a data warehouse for the legume communityBMC Plant Biol 9: 19 More Info
  • K. Weigelt, H. Küster, T. Rutten, A. Fait, A. R. Fernie, O. Miersch, C. Wasternack, R. J. Neil Emery, C. Desel, F. Hosein, M. Müller, I. Saalbach, H. Weber (2009) ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase deficient pea embryos reveal specific transcriptional and metabolic changes of C:N metabolism and stress responsesPlant Physiol 149(1): 395-411 More Info
  • M. A. Dita, J. V. Die, B. Román, F. Krajinski, H. Küster, M. T. Moreno, J. I. Cubero, D. Rubiales (2009) Gene expression profiling of Medicago truncatula roots in response to the parasitic plant Orobanche crenataWeed Res 49(Suppl. 1): 66-80 More Info
  • M. Dondrup, S. P. Albaum, T. Griebel, K. Henckel, S. Jünemann, T. Kahlke, C. K. Kleindt, H. Küster, B. Linke, D. Mertens, V. Mittard Runte, H. Neuweger, K. J. Runte, A. Tauch, F. Tille, A. Pühler, A. Goesmann (2009) EMMA 2 - A MAGE-compliant system for the collaborative analysis and integration of microarray dataBMC Bioinformatics 10: 50 More Info
  • N. Hohnjec, F. Lenz, V. Fehlberg, M.F. Vieweg, M.C. Baier, B. Hause, H. Küster (2009) The signal peptide of the Medicago truncatula modular nodulin MtNOD25 operates as an address label for the specific targeting of proteins to nitrogen-fixing symbiosomesMol Plant-Microbe Interact 22(1): 63-72 More Info
  • T. Bekel, K. Henckel, H. Küster, F. Meyer, V. Mittard Runte, H. Neuweger, D. Paarmann, O. Rupp, M. Zakrzewski, A. Pühler, J. Stoye, A. Goesmann (2009) The Sequence Analysis and Management System - SAMS-2.0: Data management and sequence analysis adapted to changing requirements from traditional sanger sequencing to ultrafast sequencing technologiesJ Biotechnol 140(1-2): 3-12 More Info
  • U. Grunwald, W. Guo, K. Fischer, S. Isayenkov, J. Ludwig-Müller, B. Hause, X. Yan, H. Küster, P. Franken (2009) Overlapping expression patterns and differential transcript levels of phosphate transporter genes in arbuscular mycorrhizal, P(i)-fertilised and phytohormone-treated Medicago truncatula rootsPlanta 229(5): 1023-1034 More Info
  • D. Marino, N. Hohnjec, H. Küster, J. F. Moran, E. M. González, C. Arrese-Igor (2008) Evidence for transcriptional and post-translational regulation of sucrose synthase in pea nodules by the cellular redox stateMol Plant-Microbe Interact 21(5): 622-630 More Info
  • D. S. Floß, B. Hause, P. R. Lange, H. Küster, D. Strack, M. H. Walter (2008) Knock-down of the MEP pathway isogene 1-deoxy-D-xylulose 5-phosphate synthase 2 inhibits formation of arbuscular mycorrhiza-induced apocarotenoids, and abolishes normal expression of mycorrhiza-specific plant marker genesPlant Journal 56(1): 86-100 More Info
  • E. Peltzer Meschini, F. A. Blanco, M. E. Zanetti, M. P. Beker, H. Küster, A. Pühler, O. M. Aguilar (2008) Host genes involved in nodulation preference in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)-Rhizobium etli symbiosis revealed by suppressive subtractive hybridizationMol Plant-Microbe Interact 21(4): 459-468 More Info
  • J. Leclercq, J. Fliegmann, V. Tellström, A. Niebel, J. V. Cullimore, K. Niehaus, H. Küster, J. Ebel, A. Mithöfer (2008) Identification of a multigene family encoding putative beta-glucan-binding proteins in Medicago truncatulaJournal of Plant Physiology 165: 766-776 More Info
  • J. P. Combier, H. Küster, E. P. Journet, N. Hohnjec, P. Gamas, A. Niebel (2008) Evidence for the involvement in nodulation of the two small putative regulatory peptide-encoding genes MtRALFL1 and MtDVL1Mol Plant-Microbe Interact 21(8): 1118-1127 More Info
  • K. Weigelt, H. Küster, R. Radchuk, M. Müller, H. Weichert, A. Fait, A. R. Fernie, I. Saalbach, H. Weber (2008) Increasing amino acid supply in pea embryos reveals specific interactions of N and C metabolism, and highlights the importance of mitochondrial metabolismPlant Journal 55(6): 909-926 More Info
  • O. Repetto, H. Rogniaux, C. Firnhaber, H. Zuber, H. Küster, C. Larré, R. Thompson, K. Gallardo (2008) Exploring the nuclear proteome of Medicago truncatula at the switch towards seed fillingPlant Journal 56(3): 398-410 More Info
  • H. Küster, A. Becker, C. Firnhaber, N. Hohnjec, K. Manthey, A. M. Perlick, T. Bekel, M. Dondrup, K. Henckel, A. Goesmann, F. Meyer, D. Wipf, N. Requena, U. Hildebrandt, R. Hampp, U. Nehls, F. Krajinski, P. Franken, A. Pühler (2007) Development of bioinformatic tools to support EST-sequencing, in silico- and microarray-based transcriptome profiling in mycorrhizal symbiosesPhytochemistry 68(1): 19-32 More Info
  • H. Küster, M.F. Vieweg, K. Manthey, M.C. Baier, N. Hohnjec, A. M. Perlick (2007) Identification and expression regulation of symbiotically activated legume genesPhytochemistry 68(1): 8-18 More Info
  • K. Gallardo, C. Firnhaber, H. Zuber, D. Héricher, M. Belghazi, C. Henry, H. Küster, R. Thompson (2007) A combined proteome and transcriptome analysis of developing Medicago truncatula seeds: Evidence for metabolic specialization of maternal and filial tissuesMolecular & Cellular Proteomics 6(12): 2165-2179 More Info
  • M.C. Baier, A. Barsch, H. Küster, N. Hohnjec (2007) Antisense repression of the Medicago truncatula nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase leads to a handicapped nitrogen fixation mirrored by specific alterations in the symbiotic transcriptome and metabolomePlant Physiol 145(4): 1600-1618 More Info
  • O. Nyamsuren, C. Firnhaber, N. Hohnjec, A. Becker, H. Küster, F. Krajinski (2007) Suppression of the pathogen-inducible Medicago truncatula putative protease-inhibitor MtTi2 does not influence root infection by Aphanomyces euteiches but results in transcriptional changes from wildtype rootsPlant Sci 173(2): 84-95
  • U. Nehls, N. Grunze, M. Willmann, M. Reich, H. Küster (2007) Sugar for my honey: Carbohydrate partitioning in ectomycorrhizal symbiosisPhytochemistry 68(1): 82-91 More Info
  • V. Tellström, B. Usadel, O. Thimm, M. Stitt, H. Küster, K. Niehaus (2007) The lipopolysaccharide of Sinorhizobium meliloti suppresses defense-associated gene expression in cell cultures of the host plant Medicago truncatulaPlant Physiol 143(2): 825-837 More Info
  • A. Barsch, V. Tellström, T. Patschkowski, H. Küster, K. Niehaus (2006) Metabolite profiles of nodulated alfalfa plants indicate that distinct stages of nodule organogenesis are accompanied by global physiological adaptationsMol Plant-Microbe Interact 19(9): 998-1013 More Info
  • C. Domoney, G. Duc, T. H. N. Ellis, C. Ferradiz, C. Firnhaber, K. Gallardo, J. Hofer, J. Kopka, H. Küster, P. Madueño, N. G. Munier-Jolain, K. Mayer, R. Thompson, M. Udvardi, C. Salon (2006) Genetic and genomic analysis of legume flowers and seedsCurr Opin Plant Biol 9(2): 133-141 More Info
  • H. Küster, M. Dondrup (2006) Integration of gene expression profiling in European projects on legumesGrain Legumes 46: 14-15
  • J. Buitink, J. J. Leger, I. Guisle, B. Ly Vu, S. Wuillème, G. Lamirault, A. Le Bars, N. Le Meur, A. Becker, H. Küster, O. Leprince (2006) Transcriptome profiling uncovers metabolic and regulatory processes occurring during the transition from desiccation-sensitive to desiccation-tolerant stages in Medicago truncatula seedsPlant Journal 47(5): 735-750 More Info
  • N. Hohnjec, K. Henckel, T. Bekel, J. Gouzy, M. Dondrup, A. Goesmann, H. Küster (2006) Transcriptional snapshots provide insights into the molecular basis of arbuscular mycorrhiza in the model legume Medicago truncatulaFunctional Plant Biology 33(8): 737-748 More Info
  • A. Frenzel, K. Manthey, A. M. Perlick, F. Meyer, A. Pühler, H. Küster, F. Krajinski (2005) Combined transcriptome profiling reveals a novel family of arbuscular mycorrhizal-specific Medicago truncatula lectin genesMol Plant-Microbe Interact 18( 8): 771-782 More Info
  • C. Firnhaber, A. Pühler, H. Küster (2005) EST sequencing and time course microarray hybridizations identify more than 700 Medicago truncatula genes with developmental expression regulation in flowers and podsPlanta 222(2): 269-283 More Info
  • M. F. Vieweg, N. Hohnjec, H. Küster (2005) Two genes encoding different truncated hemoglobins are regulated during root nodule and arbuscular mycorrhiza symbioses of Medicago truncatulaPlanta 220(5): 757-766 More Info
  • N. Hohnjec, M. F. Vieweg, A. Pühler, A. Becker, H. Küster (2005) Overlaps in the transcriptional profiles of Medicago truncatula roots inoculated with two different Glomus fungi provide insights into the genetic program activated during arbuscular mycorrhizaPlant Physiol 137(4): 1283-1301 More Info
  • R. Thompson, P. Ratet, H. Küster (2005) Identification of gene functions by applying TILLING and insertional mutagenesis strategies on microarray-based expression dataGrain Legumes 41: 20-22
  • V. Fehlberg, M. F. Vieweg, E. M. N. Dohmann, N. Hohnjec, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick, H. Küster (2005) The promoter of the leghaemoglobin gene VfLb29: Functional analysis and identification of modules necessary for its activation in the infected cells of root nodules and in the arbuscule-containing cells of mycorrhizal rootsJ Exp Botany 56(413): 799-806 More Info
  • A. Becker, H. Berges, E. Krol, C. Bruand, S. Rüberg, D. Capela, E. Lauber, E. Meilhoc, F. Ampe, F. J. de Bruijn, J. Fourment, A. Francez-Charlot, D. Kahn, H. Küster, C. Liebe, A. Pühler, S. Weidner, J. Batut (2004) Global changes in gene expression in Sinorhizobium meliloti 1021 under microoxic and symbiotic conditionsMol Plant Microbe Interact 17(3): 292-303 More Info
  • F. El Yahyaoui, H. Küster, B. Ben Amor, N. Hohnjec, A. Pühler, A. Becker, J. Gouzy, T. Vernie, C. Gough, A. Niebel, L. Godiard, P. Gamas (2004) Expression profiling in Medicago truncatula identifies more than 750 genes differentially expressed during nodulation, including many potential regulators of the symbiotic programPlant Physiol 136(2): 3159-3176 More Info
  • H. Küster, A. Bendahmane (2004) New genomics tools and resources. Dijon 2004 HighlightsGrain Legumes 40: 15
  • H. Küster, N. Hohnjec, F. Krajinski, F. El Yahyaoui, K. Manthey, J. Gouzy, M. Dondrup, F. Meyer, J. Kalinowski, L. Brechenmacher, D. van Tuinen, V. Gianinazzi-Pearson, A. Pühler, P. Gamas, A. Becker (2004) Construction and validation of cDNA-based Mt6k-RIT macro- and microarrays to explore root endosymbioses in the model legume Medicago truncatulaJournal of Biotechnology 108(2): 95-113 More Info
  • K. Manthey, F. Krajinski, N. Hohnjec, C. Firnhaber, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick, H. Küster (2004) Transcriptome profiling in root nodules and arbuscular mycorrhiza identifies a collection of novel genes induced during Medicago truncatula root endosymbiosesMol Plant-Microbe Interact 17(10): 1063-1077 More Info
  • M. F. Vieweg, M. Frühling, H. J. Quandt, U. Heim, H. Bäumlein, A. Pühler, H. Küster, A. M. Perlick (2004) The promoter of the Vicia faba L. leghemoglobin gene VfLb29 is specifically activated in the infected cells of root nodules and in the arbuscule-containing cells of mycorrhizal roots from different legume and nonlegume plantsMol Plant Microbe Interact 17(1): 62-69 More Info
  • A. Wulf, K. Manthey, J. Doll, A. M. Perlick, B. Linke, T. Bekel, F. Meyer, P. Franken, H. Küster, F. Krajinski (2003) Transcriptional changes in response to arbuscular mycorrhiza development in the model plant Medicago truncatulaMol Plant Microbe Interact 16(4): 306-314 More Info
  • H. Küster (2003) Using DNA arrays for expression profiling and identification of candidate genesGrain Legumes 38: 23
  • H. Zhu, D. J. Kim, J. M. Baek, H. K. Choi, L. C. Ellis, H. Küster, W. R. McCombie, H. M. Peng, D. R. Cook (2003) Syntenic relationships between Medicago truncatula and Arabidopsis reveal extensive divergence of genome organizationPlant Physiology 131(3): 1018-1026 More Info
  • N. Hohnjec, A. M. Perlick, A. Pühler, H. Küster (2003) The Medicago truncatula sucrose synthase gene MtSucS1 is activated both in the infected region of root nodules and in the cortex of roots colonized by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungiMol Plant Microbe Interact 16(10): 903-915 More Info
  • S. Weidner, A. Pühler, H. Küster (2003) Genomics insights into symbiotic nitrogen fixationCurr Opin Biotechnol 14(2): 200-205 More Info
  • M. Frühling, G. Schroder, N. Hohnjec, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick, H. Küster (2000) The promoter of the Vicia faba L. gene VfEnod12 encoding an early nodulin is active in cortical cells and nodule primordia of transgenic hairy roots of Vicia hirsuta as well as in the prefixing zone II of mature transgenic V. hirsuta root nodulesPlant Sci 160(1): 67-75 More Info
  • M. Frühling, N. Hohnjec, G. Schroder, H. Küster, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick (2000) Genomic organization and expression properties of the VfENOD5 gene from broad bean (Vicia faba L.)Plant Sci 155(2): 169-178 More Info
  • M. Frühling, U. Albus, N. Hohnjec, G. Geise, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick (2000) A small gene family of broad bean codes for late nodulins containing conserved cysteine clusters. Plant Sci 152(1): 67-77 More Info
  • N. Hohnjec, H. Küster, U. Albus, S. C. Frosch, J. D. Becker, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick, M. Frühling (2000) The broad bean nodulin VfENOD18 is a member of a novel family of plant proteins with homologies to the bacterial MJ0577 superfamilyMol Gen Genet 264(3): 241-250 More Info
  • H. Küster, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick (1999) Analysis of genes encoding modular nodulins from Vicia hirsuta and Vicia fabaPlant Sci 149(1): 1-11
  • N. Hohnjec, J. D. Becker, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick, H. Küster (1999) Genomic organization and expression properties of the MtSucS1 gene, which encodes a nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase in the model legume Medicago truncatulaMol Gen Genet 261(3): 514-522 More Info
  • A. Becker, S. Rüberg, H. Küster, A. A. Roxlau, M. Keller, T. Ivashina, H. P. Cheng, G. C. Walker, A. Pühler (1997) The 32-kilobase exp gene cluster of Rhizobium meliloti directing the biosynthesis of galactoglucan: genetic organization and properties of the encoded gene productsJ Bacteriol 179(4): 1375-1384 More Info
  • C. Jacq, J. AltMorbe, B. Andre, W. Arnold, A. Bahr, J. P. G. Ballesta, M. Bargues, L. Baron, A. Becker, N. Biteau, H. Blocker, C. Blugeon, J. Boskovic, P. Brandt, M. Bruckner, M. J. Buitrago, F. Coster, T. Delaveau, F. delRey, B. Dujon, L. G. Eide, J. M. GarciaCantalejo, A. Goffeau, A. GomezPeris, C. Granotier, V. Hanemann, T. Hankeln, J. D. Hoheisel, W. Jäger, A. Jimenez, J. L. Jonniaux, C. Kramer, H. Küster, P. Laamanen, Y. Legros, E. Louis, S. MollerRieker, A. Monnet, M. Moro, S. MullerAuer, B. Nussbaumer, N. Paricio, L. Paulin, J. Perea, M. PerezAlonso, J. E. PerezOrtin, T. M. Pohl, H. Prydz, B. Purnelle, S. W. Rasmussen, M. Remacha, J. L. Revuelta, M. Rieger, D. Salom, H. P. Saluz, J. E. Saiz, A. M. Saren, M. Schafer, M. Scharfe, E. R. Schmidt, C. Schneider, P. Scholler, S. Schwarz, A. SolerMira, L. A. Urrestarazu, P. Verhasselt, S. Vissers, M. Voet, G. Volckaert, G. Wagner, R. Wambutt, E. Wedler, H. Wedler, S. Wolfl, D. E. Harris, S. Bowman, D. Brown, C. M. Churcher, R. Connor, K. Dedman, S. Gentles, N. Hamlin, S. Hunt, L. Jones, S. McDonald, L. Murphy, D. Niblett, C. Odell, K. Oliver, M. A. Rajandream, C. Richards, L. Shore, S. V. Walsh, B. G. Barrell, F. S. Dietrich, J. Mulligan, E. Allen, R. Araujo, E. Aviles, O. Berno, J. Carpenter, E. Chen, J. M. Cherry, E. Chung, M. Duncan, S. HunickeSmith, R. Hyman, C. Komp, D. Lashkari, H. Lew, D. Lin, D. Mosedale, K. Nakahara, A. Namath, P. Oefner, C. Oh, F. X. Petel, D. Roberts, S. Schramm, M. Schroeder, T. Shogren, N. Shroff, A. Winant, M. Yelton, D. Botstein, R. W. Davis, M. Johnston, L. Hillier, L. Riles, K. Albermann, J. Hani, K. Heumann, K. Kleine, H. W. Mewes, A. Zollner, P. Zaccaria (1997) The nucleotide sequence of Saccharomyces cerevisiae chromosome IVNature 387(6632): 75-78 More Info
  • H. Küster, U. Albus, M. Frühling, S. A. Tchetkova, I. A. Tikhonovitch, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick (1997) The asparagine synthetase gene VfAS1 is strongly expressed in the nitrogen-fixing zone of broad bean (Vicia faba L) root nodulesPlant Sci 124(1): 89-95
  • A. M. Perlick, U. Albus, T. Stavridis, M. Frühling, H. Küster, A. Pühler (1996) The Vicia faba lipoxygenase gene VfLOX1 is expressed in the root nodule parenchymaMol Plant Microbe Interact 9(9): 860-863 More Info
  • H. Küster, M. Frühling, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick (1996) The modular nodulins Nvf-28/32 of broad bean (Vicia faba L.): alternative exon combinations account for different modular structuresMol Gen Genet 252(6): 648-657 More Info
  • A. Becker, H. Küster, K. Niehaus, A. Pühler (1995) Extension of the Rhizobium meliloti succinoglycan biosynthesis gene cluster: identification of the exsA gene encoding an ABC transporter protein, and the exsB gene which probably codes for a regulator of succinoglycan biosynthesisMol Gen Genet 249(5): 487-497 More Info
  • H. Küster, G. Schroder, M. Frühling, U. Pich, M. Rieping, I. Schubert, A. M. Perlick, A. Pühler (1995) The nodule-specific VfENOD-GRP3 gene encoding a glycine-rich early nodulin is located on chromosome I of Vicia faba L. and is predominantly expressed in the interzone II-III of root nodulesPlant Mol Biol 28(3): 405-421 More Info
  • H. Küster, H. J. Quandt, I. Broer, A. M. Perlick, A. Pühler (1995) The promoter of the Vicia faba L. VfENOD-GRP3 gene encoding a glycine-rich early nodulin mediates a predominant gene expression in the interzone II-III region of transgenic Vicia hirsuta root nodulesPlant Mol Biol 29(4): 759-772 More Info
  • H. Küster, A. M. Perlick, A. Pühler (1994) Members of a broadbean nodulin family with partial homologies to the alfalfa nodulin 25 are composed of two types of amino acid repeats flanked by unique amino acid sequence terminiPlant Mol Biol 24(1): 143-157 More Info
  • A. Becker, A. Kleickmann, H. Küster, M. Keller, W. Arnold, A. Pühler (1993) Analysis of the Rhizobium meliloti genes exoU, exoV, exoW, exoT, and exoI involved in exopolysaccharide biosynthesis and nodule invasion: exoU and exoW probably encode glucosyltransferasesMol Plant Microbe Interact 6(6): 735-744 More Info
  • H. Küster, M. Frühling, A. M. Perlick, A. Pühler (1993) The sucrose synthase gene is predominantly expressed in the root nodule tissue of Vicia fabaMol Plant Microbe Interact 6(4): 507-514 More Info

Book Articles

  • H. Küster (2013) Medicago truncatulaIn S. Maloy, K. Hughes K (eds): Brenner’s Encyclopedia of Genetics, 2nd edition, p. 335-337. Academic Press, San Diego
  • H. Küster, M. Frühling, U. Albus, J. D. Becker, N. Hohnjec, A. Pühler, A. M. Perlick, S. Böhner, S. G. Frosch, G. Geise, J. Krüger, V. A. Pham, M. Rieping, G. Schröder, T. Stavridis, M. Strangmann, S. Tchetkova (2001) The Rhizobium-legume symbiosis: Characterization of marker genes for the organogenesis and functioning of nitrogen-fixing root nodules in the grain legume broad bean (Vicia faba L.)In: Pandalai SG (ed): Recent Research Developments in Plant Physiology volume 2, Research Signpost : 1-12