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Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology

Research publications

You can find more research publications messages on the website of the Institute:
http://www.mpi-marburg.mpg.de

Research publications 2016
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“We are trying to develop CO2 as a source of carbon”

November 25, 2016

Tobias Erb discusses a synthetic metabolic pathway that fixes carbon dioxide and synthetic biology [more]

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Using synthetic photosynthesis to combat climate change

November 21, 2016

A synthetic biological metabolic pathway fixes CO2 more efficiently than plants [more]

Research publications 2015
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A ‘frozen reaction’ as key to eco-friendly chemical catalysis

April 21, 2015

Novel tools to study enzyme catalysis [more]

Research publications 2013
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New insight into biochemical methane production

March 20, 2013

Cryo-electron microscopy images reveal the structure of a hydrogenase used by archaebacteria to split hydrogen to produce methane [more]

Research publications 2012
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Two species fused to give rise to plant pest

July 03, 2012

A fungal species native to Iran which attacks grasses is the result of natural hybridisation that occurred just a few hundred years ago [more]

Research publications 2011
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Smut fungus has found a new way to switch off plant immune defence

October 05, 2011

Fungal pathogen manipulates the plant's metabolism to promote the infection of maize plants [more]

Research publications 2010
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Evolutionary arms race between smut fungi and maize plants

December 09, 2010

Max Planck scientists decode maize parasite genome [more]

Research publications 2006
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Wielding the subtle weapons of a fungus

November 14, 2006

An international group of researchers has identified genes which enable the maize smut pathogen to live as a parasite [more]

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Sequencing the genome of a new kind of methane producer

August 03, 2006

Survival strategy of microorganisms responsible for the world-wide emission of methane from rice paddies uncovered [more]

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